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    Bronze Age Stonecutting Tools Required for Cyclopean Ruins Also Submerged Megaliths Yonaguni

    Italian megalithic expert Roberto Mortari rightly notes that the “cyclopean” stone ruins, cut and fitted perfectly without mortar, for instance at Mycenae (Greece), Alatri (Italy), and Cusco (Peru), must have been hewn by bronze implements, also the submerged monument off Yonaguni (Japan) of andesite rock (pictured above), so you can see why he, as a uniformitarian, feels compelled to say that the bronze age extended back to at least circa 10000 b. c., the truth however that the Ice Age ended circa 1500 b. c.

     

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