In the middle of the Pacific Ocean are the ruins of Nan Madol, an A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ city that can be seen on the east coast of the island of Pohnpei, between Honolulu and Manila, in Micronesia. Is it possible that it is the remains of the Lost Continent? ?
For thousands of years it is believed that a Lost Continent existed . Many historians mention it in their stories and different researchers have taken on the task of finding its remains .
Now, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean , there seems to be proof of their existence.
William Ayres of the University of Oregon asserts that Nan Madol was the capital of the Saudeleur dynasty, which ruled the area between 500 and 1500 . Currently only the remains of large temples and buildings built with basalt can be seen.
The complexity of the buildings has surprised historians. How did they manage to transport such heavy slabs from the north coast of Ponape? This being the only deposit of this stone.
Nan Madol Evidence of a Lost Continent?
The history of these ruins is totally unknown . Its origins, its inhabitants, everything is a great mystery.
Obviously the theories and legends about its origin abound. Local stories mention a “wizard” who flew in from far away, carrying the huge slabs with which the buildings were built.
Other stories mention large rafts made of coconut palm wood, something totally impossible due to the geography of the island.
There are some blocks that exceed 14 meters in diameter , so there is no logical explanation as to how they were moved.
Another mystery is the workforce . Where did the human capital come from to build an infrastructure like that? Pohnpei, the closest inhabited place, even today, has no more than 35,000 inhabitants .
The mining of precious metals in Pohnpei since World War II, after the expulsion of the Japanese, also uncovered more modern legends .
The workers and soldiers assured that they witnessed some native legends. The most surprising is the one that says that Nan Mandol is only the “gateway” of a colossal submerged city .
Thus, this will be the only visible part of Kanimeiso, “The City of Nobody”. Place where the kings of the Sun lived.
Possible evidence that there is something more
There are a large number of filed complaints where divers in the area sighted colossal buildings , streets, monoliths covered with corals and algae.
Irrefutable evidence that Nan Madol could be just the tip of the iceberg, and that the remains of a Lost Continent may exist at the bottom of the Pacific.
Did they want to build a city next to the A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ city of the gods ? The legends of magic and wizards speak for themselves, while science cannot explain their construction.
In addition, we must also remember that this way of “levitating” objects is not the first time that it has been mentioned in A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ cultures.
Egypt, Easter Island, Tibet, Tihuanaco, Stonehenge, among many other monuments have levitation as a potential way of moving colossal rocks to their current position.
Furthermore, the sophisticated technology that was needed to construct such buildings does not appear to be from a c̳i̳v̳i̳l̳i̳z̳a̳t̳i̳o̳n̳ close to the time of Christ.