Puerto Rico - Mysterious
Underwater Ruins Uncovered

From Scott Corrales
INEXPLICATA - The Journal of Hispanic Ufology
Source: Lucy Guzmán and Orlando Pla
A small group of professional researchers spearheaded by Andrew Alvarez and Aldo Acosta are currently taking the first steps toward identifying a mysterious underwater formation on the shores of Puerto Rico which are reminiscent of the "Bimini Road" in the Bahamas, which were associated in the 1970's with the possible existence of the lost continent of Atlantis.
The new formation in Puerto Rico was identified through the use of reconnaissance flights and aerial photography. The group has investigated and located certain anomalies on the surface of the Caribbean island, visiting the site to evaluate if whether the anomalies are natural, produced by some optical illusion, or manmade. Although the vast majority of the identified anomalies have been satisfactorily explained, it has not been possible until now -- and following repeated visits to the new point of study -- to ascertain if the mysterious underwater formation located near the La Parguera tourist complex and ecological preserve is a natural or artificial phenomenon.
Dr. Alvarez has gathered experts in underwater geology and archaeology in an effort to identify if this discovery could be possibly valuable for Puerto Rico's archaeological history. The apparent structure measures over 250 feet long and is located a depth of less than 20 feet. A nearby hill contains other structures that appear to be the ruins of an ancient stone wall. Although this discovery is not being associated with another trace of the existence of lost Atlantis, the imagination of many will eventually make such a connection.
Translation (c) 2005, S. Corrales, IHU. Special Thanks to Orlando Pla.



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