Mauritius | How is it possible that the same mysterious structures are located all over the world? It’s like all the ancient builders were at the same school. These extraordinary monuments seem to emit powerful energy, the result of extraordinary intelligence.
Scientists around the world consider the unlikely option that the ancients built the pyramids to serve as tombs, with up to 2.5 million blocks of stone. The idea is that they were built to fulfil a much deeper goal. Scientists claim that those who have supervised the construction of this vast pyramid network must be a very advanced, superior, perhaps extraterrestrial civilization. Millions of people around the world are on the premise that we were once visited by extraterrestrial beings, and that they have played an important role in shaping our history. If this is true it means there might be a connection between the aliens and the secrets of our pyramids.
These are found in Shaanxi province in central China in the 250th, we have several dozens of pyramids in the middle of the Indian Ocean on the island of Mauritius in the Canary Islands in northern Sudan, Tenerife, Bosnia, of course in Egypt we encounter 155 pyramids, 300 pyramids in Peru, in Bolivia and Central America in an exceptional number of 10,000 pyramids, so it is a global phenomenon. The ancient astronaut theorists claim that the pyramids were built by the same builders, who possessed the same advanced knowledge of mathematics, astronomy, and Earth’s geophysical properties.
The pyramids found in Montevecchia, Milan, Italy have a similar location to Giza. Candi Sukuh Temple in Indonesia has several design elements that resemble the pyramids of Chichen Itza. Scientists also support these similarities of others that all these civilizations have learned how to build pyramids from the same professors.
The Pyramids of Mauritius
Seven pyramids have been identified on the African island of Mauritius. Remarkably, they are identical in construction to the ones found on the island of Tenerife, an island on the opposite side of the continent.
This underlines the likelihood that one civilization travelled to various islands off the coast of Africa and built all these structures. The seven small pyramids that have been identified are located on the south side of the island, on a plain known as the Plaine Magnien, between the Indian Ocean and Mont des Créoles and Mont du Lion, at 20°26′.8.15″S and 57° 39’2.60″E. Their foundation is rectangular and in height, they do not exceed 12 metres; they have between 6 and 11 terraced steps.
In appearance, they are similar to the pyramids located on another volcanic island off the western coast of Africa, Tenerife; similar structures also exist on the Mediterranean island of Sicily, which is also volcanic in origin. There are many parallels between the pyramids of Mauritius and Tenerife. On both islands, the pyramids are part of a complex, grouped together in one location. On both islands, they are made from lava stone without the use of any mortar or other binding agent. Some of the structures on Mauritius have been partially dismantled and the stones reused nearby. On some, an outer layer of basalt stones overlies blocks of an unusual type of limestone, no doubt of coral origin.
Tenerife Pyramids: Heyerdahl
In 1991, the renowned explorer Thor Heyerdahl spoke of the existence of pyramids on the Canary Islands. He had come across these monuments while he was trying to find further evidence of transoceanic contacts “BC” – Before Columbus. Of course, many immediately jumped to a “logical” conclusion: pyramids in Egypt, pyramids in Mesoamerica, and now pyramids on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, in the Canary Islands, discovered by a man who had shown that primitive boats could cross the Atlantic Ocean; connect the dots, and you have “clear evidence” of transoceanic contacts, in which the Old World apparently had told the New World to start building pyramids, stopping over on Tenerife and drop off some blueprints.
The best-known complex of the islands is the six-step pyramids on the island of Tenerife. They are located in the town of Güímar, on the eastern shore, about 40 kilometres (24 miles) south of the capital Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The pyramids reach a maximum height of twelve metres and are part of a larger complex, that incorporates platforms and enclosures, the latter apparently used to house goats, which were offered in sacrifice and apparently smeared on sections of the complex. The pyramids were first described by the Bethencourt family and were reported on by Francisco Padron Hernandez, through which it came to the attention of Thor Heyerdahl.
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