Ancient Underwater Wall That Circles Our Planet Found on Google Earth – Who Were The Builders? (video)

Fans of strange discoveries, along with the great conspirators, always come up with new discoveries of countless hard-to-explain things, discoveries they make on Google Earth.

According to a video published on YouTube, our planet has a huge wall surrounding it. This wall is located on the ocean floor of our planet.

Various things have put people’s imagination to attempt, discovering from huge holes in the oceans to pyramids in unknown islands with the help of this application.

And, being an easy-to-use application, even a teenager was able to find on Google Earth some remnants of an unknown city that is believed to belong to the Mayan civilization.

In the same way, researchers have continued to search for structures or ruins long lost, and among the remarkable discoveries is that of researcher Angela Micol.

She is an American researcher who discovered some pyramids bigger than the pyramids of Giza.

And as people’s progress, imagination or curiosity does not stop at a single discovery, the research continued and led to the discovery of this underwater wall.

Taking us by the shape, size, and linearity that it has, they clearly suggest that this was not a construction made only by the power of nature.

The discovery of inexplicable things has become so popular lately that some of us certainly believe that it is almost time for history to be rewritten. And not only that, as we discover more evidence, we also start to believe that the Earth has not always been inhabited only by the people we know as a race and maybe it is not only 1 million years old.

Another possibility would be that this wall was actually a display error from Google Earth.

As we all know, this application uses many other distinct images to create a link, so there is a chance that this wall will actually be it was just an erroneous production and in fact, did not exist in reality.

All we can say is that each person can build their own ideology about the possibility of an error or even the existence of such an underwater wall.


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