more Yonaguni evidence from the personal website of
– Professor Masaaki Kimura –
University of the Ryukyus
The controversy that has erupted in archaeological circles around the world since the discovery of an enigmatic
structure, described by some as ‘pyramid-like’, at Iseki Point, just off the coast of the southernmost
Japanese island of Yonaguni-Jima, some 15 years ago, looks set to get even hotter as news
emerges that the so-called ‘Yonaguni Monument’ is just one of a number of
underwater megalithic structures in a ‘complex’ stretching for
many hundreds of miles northeast of Taiwan.
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Following the great cataclysms and mass extinctions of 11,500 years ago, land that once lay between the Chinese mainland
Okinawa and Japan was inundated. Only in the last 15 years or so has the attention of marine scientists been
drawn to the existence of ‘undersea walls’ off Taiwan, ‘stepped-pyramid-like structures’, and
very ‘unusual artifacts’ that have been discovered underwater in the East China Sea.
Needless to say, archaeologists and prehistorians studiously ignore them.
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