New Pyramid may have been found, not hoax

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PostMon Sep 23, 2013 8:07 pm » by godnodog


Good day to all Disclose.tv members and visitors.

I just want to inform that on Portuguese State TV RTP (therfor mainstream) this new came out today 23September 2013, the link is at the end though its in portuguese language.
The text within () is of my responsability and it´s only intended as an observation.
The new translated is:

It has been discovered an underwater pyramid with 60 meters high and 8000 meters square base near the Bank (Sand Bank maybe, not sure about this) "D. João de Castro", between the islands of Terceira and São Miguel (Azores Arquipelag, Portugal, Middle Of The Atlantic).

The structure was identified by the sailor Diocleciano Smith, using bathymetry (maybe hydrometry) reading means.

The author's discovery does not believe that the pyramid is of natural origin.


The Government says that the matter is already being investigated with the support of the Portuguese Navy.

The Regional Secretary of Education, Luiz Fagundes Duarte believes that, taking into account the location is in investigated and monitored area, one should not treat it as human work (meaning natural formations).

News, RTP / Azores


http://www.rtp.pt/acores/index.php?article=33709&visual=3&layout=10&tm=10

If an anything else comes up I´ll try to post it here.

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PostMon Sep 23, 2013 8:15 pm » by mexpex


Nice ! Thats no natural structure at all!

60 meters deep ...i wonder how old that could be.

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PostMon Sep 23, 2013 8:18 pm » by godnodog


Forgot to mention, the "discoveror" is a veterinarium searching for fish banks, so this was an accidental discovery.

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PostMon Sep 23, 2013 8:38 pm » by The57ironman


godnodog wrote:Forgot to mention, the "discoveror" is a veterinarium searching for fish banks, so this was an accidental discovery.

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..glad to see you posting... :hiho: :cheers:


keep on this story and update the thread... :cheers:

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PostMon Sep 23, 2013 8:40 pm » by *WillEase*


Interesting discovery. :flop:

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PostMon Sep 23, 2013 8:40 pm » by godnodog


I´m not exacly new, I´ve been visiting for 2 years now, but only registered recently, I was among those who were "lost" in the data crash some months ago., but thanks for d welcome.

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PostMon Sep 23, 2013 9:20 pm » by Spikey


Interesting thread, thanks for posting and letting us know godnodog.

I'll be checking back into this thread to read any developments on this story.

Nice one.

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PostMon Sep 23, 2013 10:33 pm » by Slith


Nice post. Can't wait to see images
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PostWed Sep 25, 2013 7:46 pm » by godnodog


Someone posted some stuff on the video that showed up on DTV main page.

Here is my reply:

Hello,
I am the person that posted the thread a few days ago and also gave the new to Disclose.tv
As for the discovery itself the question was if it was natural or artificial, in other words if it is a pyramid or a natural underwater hill /mountain. Remember that a island/rock just appeared days ago in Pakistan (if I am not misstaken) after an hearthquake.
I personally think it´s a natural occurrence, but the thing exists and is not a hoax.
If any one has a portuguese speanking friend ask them to translate the video for you.
Here is my original post, if you are interested:
new-pyramid-may-have-been-found-not-hoax-t8...
As to been busted already, I sincerely doubt it, has this is still in mainstream news, today was a big distribution newspaper with the same news.
http://www.dn.pt/inicio/ciencia/interio ... id=3440421
And also mainstream media:
http://sol.sapo.pt/inicio/Sociedade/Int ... t_id=86338
In the last link a Navy Admiral (Counter-Admiral, dont know the name in englush) said that the charts of 2 years ago didnt have this formation, nevertheless they are examining data to see if it constitutes a potencial hazard to navigation and they are also waiting for information to what equipmente was used .
The area is also a vulcanic area.


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PostWed Sep 25, 2013 7:56 pm » by godnodog


And even more links

And more links from mainstream media:
http://expresso.sapo.pt/arqueologos-rev ... es-da-il...
http://www.destakes.com/redir/d737934a1 ... 92c476b7eb
And more links available
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These are links from mainstream media discusses the possibility of already existing piramids in the Azores, when Portuguese sailors arrived at the uninhabited islands.
http://www.publico.pt/cultura/noticia/s ... inha-do-...
http://expresso.sapo.pt/arqueologos-rev ... es-da-il...
http://www.jornalacores9.net/cultura/um ... s-pre-hi...
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Mathmatical science website
http://gd-geometriadescritiva.blogspot. ... uatica-n...
Science website:
http://www.ciencia-online.net/2013/09/p ... cores.html
And it has arrived to mainstream in Brazil:
http://noticias.terra.com.br/ciencia/ve ... -encontr...
And finally more links usinf google search
https://www.google.pt/search?q=piramide ... piramide+a%...


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