Mu Yonaguni Ruins

The ancient ruins of Yonaguni , close to Okinawa Islands ,

could be the proves of the legendary existenz of Mu .


Mu Yonaguni Ruins

In the 1980s, local divers discovered a striking underwater rock formation off the southernmost point of the island. This so-called Yonaguni Monument has staircase-like terraces with flat sides and sharp corners. Although the majority of the academic society regard the rock formation as natural joint, Masaaki Kimura, a professor of seismology in University of the Ryukyus and some media believe it is an artificial (or artificially modified) structure engraved or built 2,000 to 3,000 years ago.
Patrick D. Nunn, Professor of Oceanic Geoscience at the University of the South Pacific, has studied these structures extensively and notes that the structures below the water continue above and are slate that “has been fashioned solely by natural processes” and that “there seems no reason to suppose that they are artificial.”

Japan site reference of Yonagumi ruins :

Bihou Jap 

Agartha is “buried” at :

Gobi desert (open with Google Earth appl.)

The Yonaguni Monument (与那国島海底地形 Yonaguni-jima Kaitei Chikei?, lit. “Yonaguni Island Submarine Topography”) is a massive underwater rock formation off the coast of Yonaguni, the southernmost of the Ryukyu Islands, in Japan. There is a debate about whether the site is completely natural, is a natural site that has been modified, or is a human-made artifact.[1][2] For these reasons, the site is also known in Japanese as the “Yonaguni (Island) Submarine Ruins” (与那国(島)島海底遺跡 Yonaguni(-jima) Kaitei Iseki?).

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