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Atlantis is real: Official discovery of Atlantis, language and migrations

Atlantis is the Sardo Corso Graben Horst underwater continental block submerged by the Meltwater Pulses and destroyed by a subduction zone, Capital is Sulcis

Atene 9600 a.C. circa, sommersa insieme al blocco sardo corso atlantideoAtene 9600 a.C. circa, sommersa insieme al blocco sardo corso atlantideo
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Athens 9600 BC : if Atlantis is the Sardinian Corsican Atlantean semi-submerged geological block , then this could be the first city of Athens mentioned by the Egyptian priest in Solon in the Timaeus and in the Critias, two works by Plato written in ancient Greek. The priest states that the first Athens had managed to free all the nations and peoples on this side of the Pillars of Hercules (perhaps located in Birsa Bank, my other potential submarine discovery). In 9600 BC a catastrophe occurred, whereby in the short span of a day and a night the Corsican Sardinian geological block was suddenly submerged, exterminating the Mesolithic Atlantean population that inhabited the coasts of Atlantis, which are now called with the name of “Corsican Sardinian continental shelf” and which have been swept by about 11,000 years of sea currents, and already scoured far and wide by the nuclear submarines of the NSA which had set up a military base in La Maddalena in Sardinia, after making secret agreements with the Andreotti government .

To prevent others from taking advantage of my discovery, I have published a book that recounts it , even if it contains errors. This is the first edition ever, it is normal that it contains some oversights or possible errors.

Some Data/Information used in this website was made available by the EMODnet Human Activities project and Emodnet, www.emodnet-humanactivities.eu, funded by the European Commission Directorate General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries.

On the basis of current legislation, considering the animus derelinquendi towards the corpus derelictionis, I declare the find and/or the objects present therein Res Nullius and Res Derelicta, except for different regulatory provisions which will be evaluated from time to time with the competent Authorities.

                        

                         

Malta Plateau hidden secret sunken city.

               

Discovered in Sicily in the Sicily-Malta Escarpment mysterious submerged and forgotten underwater city
Discovered in Sicily in the Sicily-Malta Escarpment mysterious submerged and forgotten underwater city

Rewriting History: Incredible Discovery of an Unknown Underwater Civilization at the Bottom of the Mediterranean  Paperback – 13 Jan. 2022

Product details

  • ASIN : B09Q8WN1KK
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Independently published (January 13, 2022)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ Italian
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 92 pages
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 979-8401431714
  • Item weight ‏ : ‎ 191 g
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 15.24 x 0.56 x 22.86 cm
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The incredible discovery of an unknown underwater civilization on the bottom of the Mediterranean , in what is currently known by geographers as the Sicily-Malta Escarpment ( Sicily-Malta Escarpment ) opens up brand new and unprecedented scenarios never imagined before in the historical, geological and oceanographic fields , tectonic, religious, cultural, anthropological, geopolitical… This discovery brings about many changes in the way man perceives himself and his origins .
This volume presents the bathymetric material that shows and tries to clarify this incredible archaeological novelty.
After this book, it will be necessary to rewrite part of Ancient History.

Luigi Usai discovered what appears to be a submerged civilization off the coast of Sicily in the Sicily-Malta continental slope
Luigi Usai discovered what appears to be a submerged civilization off the coast of Sicily in the Sicily-Malta continental slope

In the Sicilian-Maltese continental slope I found a submerged and currently unknown civilization. There seems to be a sort of immense rectangular city network, with a long side of about 20 km; what appears to be an ancient amphitheater appears to be present on the outside, but the semicircle is almost 15 km! Simply, mammoth, megalithic and incredible, out of the ordinary. However, this immediately brings to mind the Pyramids of Egypt and other works, such as those of the phenomenon called Megalithism (which I call Sardinian-Corsican-Atlantean megalithism).

There is what appears to be an incredibly vast port structure: 15 km along the coast, and from which apparently cubic structures emerge that seem to guard the port: perhaps it was guarded by warriors to select the accesses to the city.

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The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope
The Sicilian-Maltese Sicily-Malta continental slope