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Lost city of Atlantis FOUND in Antarctica? Bizarre structure exposed by melting ice
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(04-14-2018, 06:59 PM)Guest Wrote: My link on post#14 volcano discovery - the Thera volcano has had previous catastrophic eruptions I am inclined to believe that it was such an eruption 9500BC (approx) that destroyed a previous Athens (the present day Athens being built on the same site). Atlantis was never rebuilt as far as I can surmise.

It's interesting information.

We all need more information though. I certainly do. So far my research points me to the mid Atlantic theory being correct and I have not seen enough to sway from that. While the information you present is interesting, it's not conclusive. Then again, neither is mine and I'm constantly seeking more.

It's this sort of debate that enhances our knowledge. I have a theory, you have a theory, we both present evidence and talk it through. We pick up the dialog as more information comes out and eventually there will be enough to make a clear determination. Either your theory is proven right or mine is and there is enough evidence that one of us will accept that.

But that is not this day... Wink

I'd love to keep going but I have some writing and editing that needs to get done so I'm going into 'scan mode' for problems. PMs and reports get noticed but not much else as I refresh the front page.
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(04-14-2018, 07:24 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote:
(04-14-2018, 06:59 PM)Guest Wrote: My link on post#14 volcano discovery - the Thera volcano has had previous catastrophic eruptions I am inclined to believe that it was such an eruption 9500BC (approx) that destroyed a previous Athens (the present day Athens being built on the same site). Atlantis was never rebuilt as far as I can surmise.

It's interesting information.

We all need more information though. I certainly do. So far my research points me to the mid Atlantic theory being correct and I have not seen enough to sway from that. While the information you present is interesting, it's not conclusive. Then again, neither is mine and I'm constantly seeking more.

It's this sort of debate that enhances our knowledge. I have a theory, you have a theory, we both present evidence and talk it through. We pick up the dialog as more information comes out and eventually there will be enough to make a clear determination. Either your theory is proven right or mine is and there is enough evidence that one of us will accept that.

But that is not this day...   Wink

I'd love to keep going but I have some writing and editing that needs to get done so I'm going into 'scan mode' for problems. PMs and reports get noticed but not much else as I refresh the front page.

Could someone link up the youboob video of the reading of the Mountains of Madness?

It is public domain. A libravox recording..



If you like. Masterful story telling.. You won't want to miss it. It centers on an Antarctic expedition that discovers something under the ice... Cyclopean ruins strange geometry and materials...

Yes it is long but so worth it, especially for those afraid of reading actual books.

I would link it if I could.
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(04-14-2018, 04:30 PM)Frigg Wrote: Have any of you read "The Mountains of Madness" by H.P. Lovecraft?

It is about this very subject..

One of my all time favorite stories of his.


Ohhhhhh yes! I've been an Antarctitard ever since I read it as a youngun'. Shoggoths!

Lovecraft helped warp me into the creature I am today. Yeah3
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(04-14-2018, 07:40 PM)Frigg Wrote:
(04-14-2018, 07:24 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote:
(04-14-2018, 06:59 PM)Guest Wrote: My link on post#14 volcano discovery - the Thera volcano has had previous catastrophic eruptions I am inclined to believe that it was such an eruption 9500BC (approx) that destroyed a previous Athens (the present day Athens being built on the same site). Atlantis was never rebuilt as far as I can surmise.

It's interesting information.

We all need more information though. I certainly do. So far my research points me to the mid Atlantic theory being correct and I have not seen enough to sway from that. While the information you present is interesting, it's not conclusive. Then again, neither is mine and I'm constantly seeking more.

It's this sort of debate that enhances our knowledge. I have a theory, you have a theory, we both present evidence and talk it through. We pick up the dialog as more information comes out and eventually there will be enough to make a clear determination. Either your theory is proven right or mine is and there is enough evidence that one of us will accept that.

But that is not this day...   Wink

I'd love to keep going but I have some writing and editing that needs to get done so I'm going into 'scan mode' for problems. PMs and reports get noticed but not much else as I refresh the front page.

Could someone link up the youboob video of the reading of the Mountains of Madness?

It is public domain. A libravox recording..



If you like. Masterful story telling.. You won't want to miss it. It centers on an Antarctic expedition that discovers something under the ice... Cyclopean ruins strange geometry and materials...

Yes it is long but so worth it, especially for those afraid of reading actual books.

I would link it if I could.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2iSmE129uQ
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(04-14-2018, 07:40 PM)Frigg Wrote:
(04-14-2018, 07:24 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote:
(04-14-2018, 06:59 PM)Guest Wrote: My link on post#14 volcano discovery - the Thera volcano has had previous catastrophic eruptions I am inclined to believe that it was such an eruption 9500BC (approx) that destroyed a previous Athens (the present day Athens being built on the same site). Atlantis was never rebuilt as far as I can surmise.

It's interesting information.

We all need more information though. I certainly do. So far my research points me to the mid Atlantic theory being correct and I have not seen enough to sway from that. While the information you present is interesting, it's not conclusive. Then again, neither is mine and I'm constantly seeking more.

It's this sort of debate that enhances our knowledge. I have a theory, you have a theory, we both present evidence and talk it through. We pick up the dialog as more information comes out and eventually there will be enough to make a clear determination. Either your theory is proven right or mine is and there is enough evidence that one of us will accept that.

But that is not this day...   Wink

I'd love to keep going but I have some writing and editing that needs to get done so I'm going into 'scan mode' for problems. PMs and reports get noticed but not much else as I refresh the front page.

Could someone link up the youboob video of the reading of the Mountains of Madness?

It is public domain. A libravox recording..



If you like. Masterful story telling.. You won't want to miss it. It centers on an Antarctic expedition that discovers something under the ice... Cyclopean ruins strange geometry and materials...

Yes it is long but so worth it, especially for those afraid of reading actual books.

I would link it if I could.

4 hours, 11 minutes, 15 seconds.

At the Mountains of Madness (by H. P. Lovecraft) Audiobook



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(04-14-2018, 07:40 PM)Frigg Wrote:
(04-14-2018, 07:24 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote:
(04-14-2018, 06:59 PM)Guest Wrote: My link on post#14 volcano discovery - the Thera volcano has had previous catastrophic eruptions I am inclined to believe that it was such an eruption 9500BC (approx) that destroyed a previous Athens (the present day Athens being built on the same site). Atlantis was never rebuilt as far as I can surmise.

It's interesting information.

We all need more information though. I certainly do. So far my research points me to the mid Atlantic theory being correct and I have not seen enough to sway from that. While the information you present is interesting, it's not conclusive. Then again, neither is mine and I'm constantly seeking more.

It's this sort of debate that enhances our knowledge. I have a theory, you have a theory, we both present evidence and talk it through. We pick up the dialog as more information comes out and eventually there will be enough to make a clear determination. Either your theory is proven right or mine is and there is enough evidence that one of us will accept that.

But that is not this day...   Wink

I'd love to keep going but I have some writing and editing that needs to get done so I'm going into 'scan mode' for problems. PMs and reports get noticed but not much else as I refresh the front page.

Could someone link up the youboob video of the reading of the Mountains of Madness?

It is public domain. A libravox recording..



If you like. Masterful story telling.. You won't want to miss it. It centers on an Antarctic expedition that discovers something under the ice... Cyclopean ruins strange geometry and materials...

Yes it is long but so worth it, especially for those afraid of reading actual books.

I would link it if I could.

Or if you prefer the written word, Amazon has several complete Lovecraft collections for 99 cents for Kindle, probably free e-books somewhere. Of course, my preferred version is the yellowed, brittle-paged paperback from the 1960s - probably had some lurid Cthulhu art on the long-gone cover.
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(04-14-2018, 05:00 PM)Mike Ehrmantraut Wrote:
(04-14-2018, 04:49 PM)Fallingdown Wrote: Here's some perspective on what glaciers due to rock through Glacial striation.
[Image: IMG_2798.jpg]

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So you think these structures are the work of glaciers?

It's certainly plausible. But I'm wondering about all the trips that have been made there by big name world leaders in the last couple of years.

I'm speculating that they found something Earth shaking. Perhaps the ruins of an ancient civilization that was far more technologically advanced.


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(04-14-2018, 05:36 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote: It's an interesting find but I doubt it's Atlantis. Maybe an outpost or precursor civilization. It could also be something completely unknown.

IMO Atlantis is right where Plato said it was. About half way between the Straits of Gibraltar and the New World.

We just forgot about it because of the cataclysmic events surrounding the end of the last ice age.

The arrow on this image is roughly where I estimate we'll find the real thing.

[Image: ?u=http%3A%2F%2Fslideplayer.com%2F706216...ge.jpg&f=1]

The time of Atlantis was roughly the time that the last ice age lasted. There was the first strike that caused the ice age. The ice built and revealed the island chain that eventually became known as Atlantis. Then another cataclysmic strike ended the ice age dropping Atlantis under the seas.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/artic...years-ago/

This ended all of the equatorial civilizations and what we know in history is from people picking at the ruins to rebuild something.

[Image: ?u=https%3A%2F%2Ftse2.mm.bing.net%2Fth%3...3D15.1&f=1]

[Image: ?u=https%3A%2F%2Ftse4.mm.bing.net%2Fth%3...3D15.1&f=1]

What happens when you push one end of a chunk of floating ice? The other end tips up.

You had trillions of tons of ice pushing down on the top portion of the North American and Eurasian plates. This ice also locked up trillions of gallons of water which lowered sea levels around the world. Not only was that mountain chain under less water but the end closer  to the equator was being pushed up due to the massive pressure on the north end of the two continental plates that meet along the Mid Atlantic Ridge.

Then along comes the big sky Kabooms.

The North American zone is scrubbed clean. Europe gets devastated. The ice melts and drops the equatorial ends back down under water. The civilizations in the Yucatan, Mediterranean and across the Pacific are suddenly getting flooded as more water floods in just as their elevations drop.




I saw a video a while back about a formation under/by the Azores which fit the dimensions which Plato described. I couldn't find it again, but I think it would be pretty darn cool if someone found it.

Then again, it would no longer be one of those things people like us daydream about. Maybe it's better to remain a mystery.

PS - Freaking amazing and well thought out research. :)
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(04-14-2018, 01:53 PM)~hannah~ Wrote:
(04-14-2018, 01:52 PM)Mike Ehrmantraut Wrote: No doubt.... there's something there.

And it would explain all the big-wigs traveling there.... and why John Glenn had a heart attack on his way back.

All very short videos.  Did I miss something?  I expected a hour and a half dissertation complete with fascinating imagery.   Chuckle

I think I missed something too!
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(04-14-2018, 09:37 PM)FoShizzle Wrote:
(04-14-2018, 05:36 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote: It's an interesting find but I doubt it's Atlantis. Maybe an outpost or precursor civilization. It could also be something completely unknown.

IMO Atlantis is right where Plato said it was. About half way between the Straits of Gibraltar and the New World.

We just forgot about it because of the cataclysmic events surrounding the end of the last ice age.

The arrow on this image is roughly where I estimate we'll find the real thing.

[Image: ?u=http%3A%2F%2Fslideplayer.com%2F706216...ge.jpg&f=1]

The time of Atlantis was roughly the time that the last ice age lasted. There was the first strike that caused the ice age. The ice built and revealed the island chain that eventually became known as Atlantis. Then another cataclysmic strike ended the ice age dropping Atlantis under the seas.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/artic...years-ago/

This ended all of the equatorial civilizations and what we know in history is from people picking at the ruins to rebuild something.

[Image: ?u=https%3A%2F%2Ftse2.mm.bing.net%2Fth%3...3D15.1&f=1]

[Image: ?u=https%3A%2F%2Ftse4.mm.bing.net%2Fth%3...3D15.1&f=1]

What happens when you push one end of a chunk of floating ice? The other end tips up.

You had trillions of tons of ice pushing down on the top portion of the North American and Eurasian plates. This ice also locked up trillions of gallons of water which lowered sea levels around the world. Not only was that mountain chain under less water but the end closer  to the equator was being pushed up due to the massive pressure on the north end of the two continental plates that meet along the Mid Atlantic Ridge.

Then along comes the big sky Kabooms.

The North American zone is scrubbed clean. Europe gets devastated. The ice melts and drops the equatorial ends back down under water. The civilizations in the Yucatan, Mediterranean and across the Pacific are suddenly getting flooded as more water floods in just as their elevations drop.




I saw a video a while back about a formation under/by the Azores which fit the dimensions which Plato described.  I couldn't find it again, but I think it would be pretty darn cool if someone found it.

Then again, it would no longer be one of those things people like us daydream about.  Maybe it's better to remain a mystery.

PS - Freaking amazing and well thought out research. :)

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