Legend of Atlantis (Full Episode) | Drain the Oceans [VIDEO]

Legend of Atlantis (Full Episode) | Drain the Oceans

Exciting evidence emerges of civilizations lost for centuries under the waves, from mysterious underwater pyramids off the coast of Japan to the fabled city of Atlantis itself. Using cutting-edge graphics to reveal what’s actually lying on the seafloor, and insight from the world’s top marine archaeologists, Drain the Oceans finds the answers.

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  1. The Japanese monument could have been occupied 8-12k years ago. The ice age coastline was different due to ice. Google ice age maps of Japan. They could have occupied that geological structure right next to the sea just to have it sunk over 2k years and the people slowly moved to another site.

  2. Gobekli Tepe is proof that ancient humans were far more advanced than what modern history would have us believe, it’s absolutely plausible that there was an advanced civilization like Atlantis and it was wiped out by a great flood.

  3. the seafloor ruins off japan are submerged japanese buildings that were above sea level pre 12k yrs ago, the sealevels pre 12k yrs ago were over 2miles, below sea levels today.

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