1.7 million-year-old Ancient Artificial Bridge Challenges Mainstream History

Recently, a surprising discovery was uncovered that appears to indicate that humans ruled the planet as we know it as long as 1.7 million years ago. This discovery comes in the form of an old bridge that connects India and Sri Lanka.

As previously said, Dr. S. Badrinarayanan, the former director of the Geological Survey of India, brought it up, stating that it is a man-made structure that indicates that we can travel back 1.7 million years, as opposed to the commonly held belief that we can only go back 200,000 years.

The length-to-width ratio of the structure is 10:1, and experts believe that this is the perfect measurement that modern bridges will follow.

The bridge is thought to be the one mentioned in the Hindu epic Ramayana. According to the legend, Monarch Rama, the avatar of Lord Vishnu himself, built the bridge a million years ago to save her wife Sita from the clutches of Ravana, the king of Sri Lanka, and demons in general.

After drilling ten boreholes inside Adam’s Bridge, as it was dubbed, the crew discovered that the surface appeared to be constructed entirely of sandstone, corals, and boulder-like elements. Hard rock formations can be found five meters below that.

Some believe this is a natural bridge that formed over time. But what are your thoughts?


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