What do we really know about the history and past of the human race? Has our species been on planet Earth only a couple of thousand years as mainstream researchers suggest? Or is it possible that ancient advanced civilizations inhabited our planet hundreds of thousands of years ago?
Recently, several discoveries seem to point to the possibility that ancient civilizations called the planet Earth “home” much earlier than previously thought. Why mainstream researchers choose to ‘ignore’ details and clues pointing to the existence of civilizations that are much older than previously thought remain a riddle to many people.
Evidence of civilizations that inhabited our planet before recorded history “can be found in every corner of the world. In Ancient Egypt, Mesoamerica and Sumer we find written texts that speak of great civilizations, great rulers, and a ‘golden age’ that lasted for thousands of years.
Advanced civilizations inhabited Africa more than 100,000 years ago
One of the best examples of these “100,000-year-old civilizations” can be found in Africa. The incredible discovery came true in South Africa, about 150 km west of the port of Maputo. There, they are the remains of a great metropolis whose area, according to the tests, covers about 1500 square kilometers.
This ancient city is, according to researchers, part of an even larger community with about 10,000 square kilometers and is believed to have been built between 160,000 and 200,000 BC BC The geology of the surrounding area is interesting due to the numerous gold mines Located in the vicinity.
Researchers have proposed that a civilization that disappeared in the distant past may have lived and settled in that part of the world while mining for gold. Researchers point to the ancient Anunnaki.
Amazonas: Civilization previously unknown discovered
In the Amazon was discovered other civilizations that could be very prior to the Incas and their ancestors. No one could have imagined that somewhere in remote parts of the Amazon there would be a lost civilization.
The rapid deforestation in combination with Google Earth has allowed the detection of 210 geoglyphs in 200 different sites, in a strip of 250 kilometers by 10 kilometers wide in the Amazon. Like the Nazca lines, the incredible geometric, zoomorphic and anthropomorphic designs of the Amazon can only be truly appreciated from the air. The question remains, why?
Numerous remains of what is obviously part of an ancient civilization and unknown until now have appeared under the trees of the Amazon jungle. According to the researchers, 260 enormous avenues, extensive irrigation canals, and livestock fences have been seen from the air.
The discovery was made near the border between Bolivia and Brazil. The Lost Pyramids of the Amazon: The Traces of a Prehistoric Civilization. In the tangled and dense jungles of the Amazon, there are numerous mysteries that could probably help you understand how ancient civilizations live in the distant past.
Several researchers believe that the Paratoari pyramids are truncated crest foothills, which can take the form of a natural pyramid, there are many other researchers who firmly believe that these structures were built in the distant past by a civilization that has never been seen before.
Excursions to the region found plenty of evidence of Inca habitability in the area, such as petroglyphs, paved roads, and platforms. The mysterious pyramidal structures were first identified through NASA’s satellite photo number C-S11-32W071-03, published in 1976.
The images caused numerous investigators to venture into the Manu area, a dense rainforest in southeastern Peru, hoping to find out if these structures were actually built by an ancient civilization, lost in time.
Watch this interesting youtube video explaining the origin of the Anunnaki.
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