Unmistakable Proof That Lemuria, The Lost Continent, Really Existed In Antiquity
For decades, scientists offered wild theories about the fabled lost continent of Lemuria in the Indian Ocean. And now we have evidence that it existed?
Lemuria, a continent that once stretched from India to Australia, is the subject of numerous myths. Similar to Atlantis, this ancient land disappeared tens of thousands of years ago for unknown reasons.
According to geological data, this continent split around the end of the Mesozoic era as a result of rising sea levels.
Indian researchers found that 14,000 years ago, the water level was 100 meters lower. As a result of global warming, the water level progressively rose until it covered a significant piece of the landmass, wiping out several coastal civilizations including Lemuria and Kumari Kandam.
With modern technology at our disposal, discovering ruins on this continent appears to be a straightforward task; yet, the ocean floor is a hospital that undergoes regular changes brought on by volcanic activity, earthquakes, and erosion.
Even if we may never visit the ancient Lemurian ruins, stories about them will live on in this new knowledge of age.
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