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    Megalith Expert Roberto Mortari Says Bronze Implements Made Cyclopean Ruins Like Off Anapa

    Roberto Mortari (discoverer of the “Pelasgian Finger” length for ancient constructions) says that only by bronze tools could the structures such as off Yonaguni (photo above) and in the Andes (for instance at Cusco) have been sculpted out of very hard rock such as andesite, so that obviously also applies to the magnificent “cyclopean” ruins submerged a mile from shore, a hundred feet down, off Anapa, Russia, in the Black Sea. We all know that bronze is thought not to have been made until circa 2000 b. c. (certainly not 10000 b. c.), so the Ice Age ended much later than the uniformitarians are willing to admit.

     

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