Skip to comments.Atlantis expedition reveals structures
Posted on 08/16/2005 2:42:44 PM PDT by jb6
The sonar scans of manmade structures one mile below water off the southeast coast of Cyprus were presented here Thursday by Robert Sarmast, head of the Cyprus/Atlantis Expedition project for the first time.
Announcing the results of last years expedition to find one of humankinds greatest mysteries, the legendary Atlantis, Sarmast presented three dimension underwater side-scan sonar pictures of structures 1.5 km below sea level, 80 km off the southeast coast of Cyprus in the Eastern Mediterranean.
He said it was no coincidence that his team discovered a 3km long straight wall intersected at right angles by another wall, adding that this will silence any remaining skepticism about his longstanding claims that modern Cyprus is what remains of a much larger and now partly sunken mass which fits Platos description of the ancient land of Atlantis.
Sarmast said he is "dedicated to making this discovery a part of something that will benefit Cyprus for decades to come", and announced that he is working with the Cyprus government and has the full support of the Cyprus Tourism Organisation.
In addition, he also announced a partnership with TMC Entertainment group[ (Los Angeles/USA) that will undertake a two-hour Atlantis documentary for the second expedition with the last half hour of it being a live broadcast from the ship.
If Cyprus wants to help their tourism they should evaluate their airplanes.
Someone should evaluate whether this right-angled-object is a sunken rail-shipping crate.
Pictures! We need pictures!
OT - I don't care what anyone says, but those huge square blocks and roadways out in the middle of the ocean are man made.
Dang! They have found one of the ancient Freemason treasure caches. THEY will have to take action... :-)
When will everyone learn? Atlantis has not yet occured!
Well, that's a new twist.
What do they mean that they're looking for Atlantis? It's on every Friday night on the Sci Fi Channel. All they have to do is check their local listings.
Wake up, wake up, wake up, wake up, oh yeah
Oh glub glub, down down, yeah
My antediluvian baby, oh yeah yeah yeah yeah
Funny, I don't remember that part, the haze you know.
No, we moved it just in time.
jb6 -- you've been posting some interesting archeology related articles lately. Please ping SunkenCiv, the keeper of the GodsGravesGlyphs (GGG) archeology and more... ping list, so he can ping all those interested in this topic, when you post similar articles.
proof that aliens seeded the race or what?
the sixties are over.
Good, so The Plan remains unchanged.
Had a lot of down time at work today, waiting for contractors to fix their frigging code so I can do my work...wasted day basically, but hay, I'm getting paid. So ran across this site that had some interesting stuff.
Oh come on....and I suppose you never smoked an E-lec- trical Banana....
(yup dead and buried...at least a chunk of it...this one should be dead and buried....but there was some good stuff too.)
You beat me to it and said it better.
If you run into any more of similar stuff, be sure to post it.
They are a nice and interesting break from all the frustrations of current events.
I'm calling my realtor. Maybe nobody's put in a bid for it yet...
We had that record on a 45.
(Wonder what became of it)
I agree with all this except the Atlantis part. I believe the Mediterranean was blocked off during the Ice Age and it's waters were much, much lower. There's probably a lot of villages, etc. down there.
mellow yellow, baby. the very next phase.
Thanks Q5 for the ping, and JB6 for the topic. I think we've got one or two on this, but as they're old, I may wind up pingin' the list when I get home.
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I agree with Blam.
The Search For Atlantis 'Ends At Ayia Napa' (Cyprus)
The Telegraph (UK) | 9-28-2003 | Fiona Govan
Posted on 09/27/2003 5:01:50 PM PDT by blam
The Holy Grail Of Archaeology (Another Search For Atlantis)
Cyprus Mail | 4-30-2004 | Alex Mitra
Posted on 04/30/2004 12:51:34 PM PDT by blam
The Atlantis between Spain and Morocco. The Expedition Revealing discoveries.
"Scientific society for the Origins of the Civilizations"
02-09-2003 | María Fdez-Valmayor
Posted on 10/30/2003 12:36:28 PM PST by Maria Fdez-Valmayor
Archaeologists to seek Kyrgyz Atlantis
Big News Network.com | Saturday 31st July, 2004 | Editorial Staff
Posted on 07/30/2004 8:53:01 PM PDT by vannrox
Will We Ever Find Atlantis?
The New York Times | November 11, 2003 | JOHN NOBLE WILFORD
Posted on 11/16/2003 10:59:39 AM PST by sarcasm
Search For "Lost" Atlantis Centers On Strait Of Gibraltar
National Geographic | 0104-2001
Posted on 01/04/2002 4:45:18 PM PST by blam