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Submerged city on the western coast of Cuba

Archaeological finds on the coast of Cuba

About a decade ago, explorers were conducting a study on the western coast of Cuba and found what appears to be a submerged city, within which pyramids can be observed, as well as sculpture and architectural designs.

This event occurred in 2001 by Canadian scientists, Pauline Zalitzki and her husband Paul Weinzweig, owners of a Canadian company called Advanced Digital Communications (ADC), which were working on a joint study mission with the Cuban government in a region near the coast of Cuba and at one end of what is known as the Bermuda triangle. This company along with four others were working for the Cuban government of Fidel Castro in search of treasures of sunken ships of the Spanish colonial era. This was done by an advanced sonar team to scan an area of 2 square kilometers of seabed.

When studying the sonar images Zalitzki observed what appeared to be smooth block formations, ridges, and geometric shapes. Some of the blocks seemed to be built in pyramidal shapes, others circular. Zalinski said the images seem to reflect ruins of a submerged city, but it was absurd to draw conclusions without further evidence. Then, Manuel Ituralde, geologist, and principal investigator of the Museum of Natural History of Cuba, returned to the site and this time equipped with a vehicle operated by remote control to examine and film the structures. The images revealed large blocks carved in granite stone, with a measurement of close to 2.44 to 3.05 meters and some seemed to be stacked on top of each other.


Different reactions regarding the parallelism with Atlantis

Atlantis was described and mentioned by Plato, which according to the legend disappeared by flood after a great earthquake or volcanic eruption. In the media storm, they rushed to draw parallels with the legendary lost city of Atlantis with the finds on the eastern coast of Cuba. However, Zelitsky and Weinzweig were not willing to accept such comparisons. On the contrary, Zelitzky said that history is a myth and that what is found are the most probable remains of a local culture, which was once the 100-mile “land bridge” that united the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico with Cuba.

Within all the theories related to these structures discovered at the bottom of the sea and close to Cuba, there is another one not related to sinking events or previous civilizations of advanced technology. It infers that nature is capable of creating unimaginable things and that this is a product of mother nature. Ituralde, on the other hand, points out that there are legends about native Mayans and Yucatecans on an island of their ancestors that sank in the sea. But it does not rule out the possibility that these formations are just a product of nature itself.

Keith Fitzpatrick-Mattew, of the website Mala Arqueología, questions the fact that it is Atlantis, since it alludes to that if it is assumed that Atlantis was a historical place, the violence of its collapse makes it unlikely that an entire city could have survived the sinking more than 600 meters into the abyss. He adds that during the Pleistocene sea levels were significantly reduced, but the maximum drop was around 100 meters.

Suppression on Finding?

From those last investigations, everything has been paralyzed and this topic is not mentioned and eventually, it is being forgotten. This raises suspicions that they may have suppressed the finding. According to Fitzpatrick-Mattews there is no suppression but it is because scientists were not convinced that Zelitzki had discovered a submerged city. If we assume that Keith Fitzpatrick-Mattew’s opinion is reasonable, it is questionable why the promises of the government, the National Museum, National Geographic and other scientists to carry out investigations were forgotten and there was only silence about it. They did nothing to investigate deeply and really determine what they found on the coasts of Cuba.

A partir de esas últimas investigaciones todo ha quedado paralizado y dicho tema no se menciona y eventualmente  va quedando en el olvido. Esto ocasiona sospechas de que pueden haber suprimido el hallazgo. Según Fitzpatrick-Mattews no existe supresión sino que se debe a que los científicos no estuvieron convencidos de que Zelitzki hubiera descubierto una ciudad sumergida. Si asumimos que la opinión de Keith Fitzpatrick- Mattew es razonable, es cuestionable  la razón por la cual las promesas del gobierno, el Museo Nacional, National Geographic y otros científicos de llevar a cabo investigaciones quedaron en el olvido y solo hubo silencio al respecto. No hicieron nada por investigar profundamente y determinar realmente que fue lo que encontraron en las costas de Cuba.

In short, the universe is full of mysteries that challenge our intellect. Those are the data, judge yourself based on the photos and findings provided.


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