The recently discovered underwater pyramid found in the Azores may be 28 million years old. A sailor, Dioleciano Smith reported discovering a pyramid 60 meters tall off the island of Terceira in the Azores. Given current research, that pyramid may very well be ancient beyond belief.
How do we come to this conclusion? Well, we have to combine the recent announcement made by South African researchers about a comet impact over Egypt with plate tectonic movement and a discovery I made about an ancient lost moon of earth.
Let’s see how this all comes together.
South African researchers Jan Kramers and David Block claim that Egypt was struck by a comet 28 million years ago. They claim that a pebble, when chemically analyzed, show signs of argon and carbon typical of comets. Furthermore, the large amount of yellow silicon glass residue in the desert demonstrates that something exploded above ground at a temperature of 2,000 degrees Centigrade.
Now, we connect the two discoveries, the pyramid and the comet. How do we do this? Well, I’ve been researching impact craters as part of my ancient earth studies. This is what I found. When I tried to “fit a curve”, a mathematical linear equation, to the plot of the ancient earth impacts I found a line that can best be described as the projection of the orbit of a lost moon of earth. This line could also be the trajectory of the comet that exploded over Egypt.
This line now becomes our datum or reference line. The distance from this line to the pyramid in the Azores is a little over 700 miles. Plate tectonic movement away from the orbital line to the pyramid in the Azores would require 28 million years. These numbers should be considered approximate since more precise measurements need to be taken.
In any event, this analysis indicates that the ancients built pyramids to record the position of this orbital object and that this occurred millions of years ago. Furthermore, depending on the location of the Giza plateau, the great Egyptian Pyramids may be equally old.
My work acts as a kind of independent verification of the comet impact theory date because all three, the comet impact, the Azores’ Pyramid, and my orbital line, converge on a date of 28 million years ago.
Intelligent life on Earth is far older than anyone has ever imaged.