Tripin 2019 - page 37

Historians, archeologists and researchers
in our distant past insist that civilized life
began on the Earth about 5,000 years
ago. They point to the fact that there is
no hard evidence to support the existence
of a preexisting culture prior to the rise of
the Sumerians and the Egyptians. When
alternative historians such as John Anthony
West, Robert Schoch and Graham Hancock,
proposed that structures on the Giza plateau
in Egypt may be far older than currently
accepted, their claims were quickly dismissed.
Unfortunately for us, no written record
exists which documents the date of their
construction so these complex masterpieces
are placed in the generally accepted timeline
of human development and culture.
But what if there was evidence? What if a
structure that was clearly identified in our
written and oral traditions were to be found?
And what if the stories associated with that
site put it unmistakably outside the generally
accepted timeline? If an analysis of both the
structure and the associated myths were
done and they were both supported by
modern science, could it change the face of
history, a history we held so dearly?
This just might be what has happened at a
discovered site in India. Located in the Palk
Strait off the Southeastern edge of India is a
chain of limestone shoals. A shoal or sandbar
is characterized by a long and narrow strip
of land typically composed of sand, silt and
small pebbles that have been deposited over
time. This strip of land was once believed
to be a natural formation, however, images
taken by a NASA satellite has shown this land
formation to be a long broken bridge under
the ocean’s surface. Now called “Adam’s
Bridge”, it extends 18 miles from mainland
India to modern day Sri Lanka.
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