This Mysterious 1.7 Million-Year-Old Man-Made Bridge May Rewrite Our Official History

In India, a bridge has been unearthed that calls into question all of our preconceptions about human history. Experts think humans just came on Earth 60-70 thousand years ago, but this find reveals otherwise: it’s 1.7 million years old!

A prominent geologist has uncovered what may be the most important piece of evidence for humanity’s existence millions of years ago.

Dr. K Vijaya Bhat, the head of India’s Geological Survey, says he discovered relics of an old constructed bridge, indicating that our species was able to construct buildings that could withstand natural calamities like earthquakes and tsunamis before they were even built!

The bridge, which spans an ocean, is a wonderful construction. The 10:1 ratio corresponds to current measurements, with the supposed visible facility occupying a rather broad region in length and width from India to Sri Lanka.

It’s hard to realize that our forefathers built bridges with identical dimensions a million years ago. One such bridge is the K R (I-Pronoun), which was built over ten thousand years before building on this new project began!

The supposed bridge was built by the Hindu deity Rama, according to Hinduism. King Rama is claimed to represent the consciousness and spirit of Hinduism, which is also known as Sanatan Dharma and is one of the world’s oldest and longest-lasting faiths.

Some name the bridge the Rama Setu, although it’s most frequently known as Adams Bridge. The phrase “Rava Adi” or easily crossing over can be heard many times throughout India’s epic Ramayana–which tells of how Prince Ravendev’s incarnation found a land bridge between Sri Lanka and India that became his coronation seat after vanquishing an evil demon king named Mahiravana with help from Hanuman The Monkey God who helped him build this structure during one chapter in particular– These words may appear to be identical at first look, yet they have very distinct meanings!

Many individuals are enthralled by the subject of humanity’s prehistory. Dr. S Badrinarayanan, former director and coordinator for geological survey at NIOOT, discovered an unexpected structure in ocean strata off the coast using carbon dating techniques he invented!

He is sure, after researching core samples from the bridge, that we are not dealing with a natural formation, as some experts have indicated, but with a manmade construction erected more than one million years ago.

Dr. Badrinarayanan and his colleagues dug 10 boreholes along Adam’s Bridge’s alignment, with worrisome finds around 6 meters below surface level: an even layer of calcareous sandstone made up largely of corals, as well as boulder-like objects.

Underwater, the divers were shocked to discover a deeper layer with additional stones. This proved that they had come from both sides of the causeway bridge! According to Dr. Badrinarayanan, there is evidence of historic quarrying in these places.

Dr. Badrinarayanan disclosed in a Rediff discussion board that he believes the causeway was built by people rather than nature. “It is artificial,” he said, “and there is evidence of human influence in its upper half.”

“To grasp what I’m saying from a geological standpoint, you must first learn a few things.”

“Adam’s Bridge was formerly a natural grade separation that separated the Bay of Bengal from the Indian Ocean to the south. As a result, the geological characteristics on both sides are distinct.”

Dr. Badrinarayanan went on to say:

“On top of the marine sands, we discovered a heterogeneous assemblage of corals, calcareous sandstones, and boulder-like objects,” says the researcher.

“Surprisingly, we discovered loose sand again below that, up to 4–5 meters (13–16 feet), and then hard formations.”

“We’re getting loose sand behind the corals and rocks, which suggests it’s not natural.”

According to the Ramayana, the bridge was erected on top of an elevation covered with huge and tiny stones. When placed in water, these rocks float, allowing them to not only utilize these materials but also build their foundation on this solid basis!

Suvrat Kher is not one of those who disagrees with Dr. Badrinarayanan! The geologist, who specializes in marine formations, is convinced that the claimed bridge was formed gradually over time by nature—a process he refers to as “sedimentation.”

Dr. Kher has this to say about the bridge:

“During the Pleistocene ‘ice age,’ glacier building and melting caused tens of meters of sea-level changes, allowing for many periods of coral reef and sand shoal creation.”

“There would have been a land link between India and Sri Lanka during periods of substantial sea-level decreases in the Pleistocene.”

“However, after the conclusion of the last Wisconsin glacier, the world’s sea level began to rise.”

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