On the eastern side of the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of the southern-most Japanese Island of Yanaguni, the remaining of a civilization has been recently found under the sea. It is known to have been submerged by the melting of the last Ice Age.
About ten years ago, a local fisherman, looking for sharks, found a massive structure under the sea. Few geologists actually know of this site and as such, articles on the findings are rare. The structure has the height of a six storied building and the length of the Great Pyramid in Egypt. It is very well designed and organized showing the work of intelligence. Professor Masaaki Kimura, a Marine Biologist of Okinawa University who has been studying the monument for six years, confirms that the monument is man-made. Based on his tests, he is able to proclaim that the monument is about nine to ten thousand years old. The last time the sea level was that low was during the last Ice Age. However, the monument itself could be around 13 to 14 thousand years old. The structure points south and a major east-west feature runs through it suggesting of an astronomical value.
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