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The Ruins of Teotihuacan

These sunken ruins could also provide the key to the origin of the mysterious structure of Teotihuacán in central Mexico. According to Collins: “The Teotihuacán culture, which thrived in Central Mexico from around 400 BC through until around AD 500, remains an enigma to archaeologists. Its origin is unclear. What we do know is that […]

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The Bay of Batabanó

When it was pointed out that other underwater ruins had been discovered in neighboring areas such as the Bay of Batabanó, he replied: “We have not explored these other areas yet but we intend to in the future.” And when asked if there was any geological evidence to suggest that the islands that exist in […]

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Megalithic Ruins on the Sea Bed

These megalithic structures are situated on a plateau that forms the bottom of what is thought to be a mud volcano, along a geological fault line. As Dr. Weinzweig explained, “It’s well known that ancient civilizations liked to build at the base of volcanoes, because the land is fertile. One tantalizing possibility, entirely speculative for […]

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The Sunken Cities of Tolemac

According to the Oracle, before the cities of Tolemac sank beneath the waves many thousands of years ago, they were located in the central Caribbean close to the island that we know today as Cuba. If the Oracle is correct, then the sunken ruins of these ancient cities should still exist on the ocean bed […]

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The Oracle of Tolemac

In the book “The Last Days of Tolemac”, the Oracle indicated that the earth, together with the solar system of which it is a part, has reached a climactic point in history. The Piscean Age of the last two millennia has come to an end and the New Age of Aquarius is about to begin. […]

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