The underwater ruins near the Japanese island of Okinawa are defined by archeologists as natural
deposits and erosion. It is once more clear how difficult it is for the "elite" how much cumbersome
it is to separate man's history and finally recognize the facts that are encountered
all over the world. First discovered in 1985, the formations, located 30 meters below the
water surface have been dated back to 12,000 years BC by Japanese scientists.
In the same category, "impossible" are the ruins near Cuba that are located 600m deep.
The age of the underwater city near the Indian coast
is also doubted. Mahabalipuram is dataed back up to 6000 BC.

Yonaguni Underwater Pyramids