ATLANTIS IS THE SARDINIAN CORSICAN CONTINENTAL BLOCK SUBMERGED BY THE VARIOUS MELTWATER PULSES

ATLANTIS IS THE SARDINIAN CORSICAN CONTINENTAL BLOCK SUBMERGED BY THE VARIOUS MELTWATER PULSES

ATLANTIS IS THE SARDINIAN CORSICAN CONTINENTAL BLOCK SUBMERGED BY THE VARIOUS MELTWATER PULSES

After the Würm glaciation probably the Sardinian Corsican continental block and platform was submerged by the various Meltwater Pulses. Probably that piece of land was known as Atlantis. Probably the Mediterranean Sea was known with the name of “Atlantic Ocean”, because of the King Atlas, son of Poseidon, was the owner of Atlantis, that is what is now called Sardinia, Corse and the underwater continental platform, which probably about 11.400 years ago was the Atlantidean Plain. Right in the middle of this plain, if you use Google Maps, you can see that Santadi City in nowaday Sardinia is the starting point of some circles. In normal condition, cities don’t grow in circular way.

Poseidon trident found in Laconi, Sardinia (Italy):



 

Masso di Bornio (2800-2400 a.C.)




 
                       

la dea di Sardara
Masso di Bornio (2800-2400 a.C.)
Arte rupestre della Valle Camonica
coccio di Sardara
Ceramics - La mia ceramica preistorica, di Silvia Piras
la dea di Sardara
En enero de 2021, Luigi Usai (es decir, yo), un investigador independiente, lanzó una demostración según la cual Atlantis es el bloque geológico corso sardo sumergido bajo el Mediterráneo, y la capital de Atlantis es Sulcis en la actual Cerdeña: con un mapa satelital Es posible notar que el Sulcis está hecho para ranuras concéntricas, tal como se indica en el mito de la Atlántida. El hundimiento de Atlantis se debe al repentino derretimiento del hielo después de la glaciación llamada Würm y a varios choques tectónicos causados ​​por una falla que pasa justo debajo del Sulcis, bajo el fondo del Mediterráneo. Los científicos solo ahora están considerando esta hipótesis, después del informe de Luigi Usai. Los geólogos saben que el nivel del mar Mediterráneo alcanzó -120 metros por debajo del nivel actual hace unos 14.000 años. También se conoce la llamada

The Atlanteans, as reported by the Platonic texts, were the first people at that time known, in that particular geographical area of the world known at that time, to know about navigation. I am collecting documentation that can prove that the Atlanteans were perhaps the first people to visit the Americas, the Canaries, Ireland. This is why we can find these concentric circles not only in Atlantis, i.e. Corsica and Sardinia, but also all over the world, for example in the Bahamas:Bahamas |

Santadi,  sito nuragico di Barrancu Mannu

https://www.lanuovasardegna.it/regione/2016/01/19/news/santadi-scoperti-disegni-geometrici-nel-sito-nuragico-di-barrancu-mannu-1.12806510

Mesu e Montes tomba II
Barrancu Mannu
Fonte: http://www.luniversoeluomo.org/geolog/sardegna/geo_sard.htm
GIganti di Mont'e Prama, Sardinia, Italy

At this address, BBC published a documentary about Guanches. They picted the walls with concentric cirles:

Bentayga Mountain, Las Canarias: Guanches people were Atlantideans. They used light to trace the two equinoxes, exactly as the Nuraghe people of Sardinia. Exactly as it happens in Nuraghe Santa Barbara (click here to read the article), Villanova Truschedu, Sardinia.

Now that you now where to look for information, you can gather lots of correct information.

You can even see that Guanches put a Tanit God symbol in Pozo San Marcial, Pozo de la Cruz, Lanzarote, exactly as Sardinian did in the past. You can see that Bentayga Mountain tell the autumn equinox. The Guanches were agro-pastoral society, exactly as Sardinian were. Now it’s starting to become clear. The Guanches used to color the walls with PINTADERAS, exactly as Sardinians marked the bread with pintaderas. Same artifacts. You can see that the Molinos de piedra are identical to the Sardinian “Sa Mola Sarda” (the Sardinian Millstone): take a look at it.

And you can see that the Sardinian Domus de Janas

Domus de Janas Su Crucifissu Mannu

are very similar to Lanzarote’s

Lanzarote
Cenobio de Valerón
Ogliastra: le Domus de Janas

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