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Director of Lockheed, Ben Rich Discloses Existence of UFO Technology

Ben Rich Source: Humans Are Free | by Arjun Walia To be honest, it's overwhelming, and when you put all of those statements together wi...

Monday, April 25, 2016

9,000-Year-Old Lost Unknown Civilization Discovered In Lake Huron

MessageToEagle.com – Archaeologists exploring Lake Huron, one of the five Great Lakes of North America have found traces of an ancient lost civilization that is twice as old as Stonehenge and the Great Pyramids of Egypt.

Many ancient secrets are buried beneath the waters. We still know very little about submerged ancient civilizations that once existed in the distant past.

This time underwater archaeologists have another exiting opportunity to search for an ancient society that no-one suspected ever existed. It all started when U.S. radar suddenly detected an odd structure at the bottom of Lake Huron. This was the first piece in a puzzle that led to a 9,000 year old discovery.

O’Shea, a professor of anthropology at the University of Michigan, noticed the peculiarity and through a leap of innovative thinking concluded that the structure was perfect for caribou hunting corridors. He then assembled a team to explore the ridge and what he found was groundbreaking.

The Weather Network reports that “underwater archaeologists have seemingly found what was once a dry land corridor connecting northeast Michigan and southern Ontario. The Weather Network reports that “underwater archaeologists have seemingly found what was once a dry land corridor connecting northeast Michigan and southern Ontario.


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