South American Pyramids similar to Bahamas Linear Features- Possible Connection?

I remembering seeing these South American possible pyramid images awhile back and I'm amazed at how similar they look to the recent Bahamas mound features that also appear to be laid out in a linear fashion.
http://www.satellitediscoveries.com/disc...

http://www.rickrichards.com/ac/ac_2.htm

"On December 30, 1975, this photograph was taken by the Landsat II satellite at an altitude of 500 miles over the jungles of southeastern Peru at 71 degrees, 30 minutes west longitude in the Madre de Dios region of the Amazon. The photo shows eight symmetrical structures on the edge of the Amazon jungle. These pyramids are only slightly smaller in height than the Great Pyramid of Egypt!

A closer view reveals pyramid-shaped structures with "washouts," which are the result of trees failing to get a firm hold onto the side of the structure. This is a strong indication that the structures are of artificial construction.

But let us assume for just a moment that the mound in Photo A is indeed a natural feature. It's very smooth slope may still have been shaved/shaped in the form of a pyramid structure by the hands of a once thriving civilization. And what about the other pyramid structures? What do they look like up close and personal in the eyes and hands of an archaeologist and geologist? Are all their slopes equally smooth on all sides? Is the angle the same on all the structures? What is the composition of the rock? What could have created these eight, cone-shaped, out-of-the-ordinary symetrical mounds? Are they nothing more than eight, prehistoric volcanoes in a row?

1000s of years of vegetation and ground cover would need to be removed and a serious excavation (digging) of the area would need to be undertaken to prove conclusively that no ancient civilization once thrived here. For these reasons, IMO this area remains a
mystery."

Interestingly enough one of the first explorers in South America was Colonel Percy Fawcett and he disappeared in the region of the Xingu tributary very close to the area of the South American ruins image study at the SD site.
http://www.satellitediscoveries.com/disc...

Could there be a possible connection between the Great Bahama Bank linear features and the South American linear pyramid area?
Hopefully, someday, someone will find out.

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earthling's picture
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I looked at the photographs, is there any information about the size of these features? The photos of underwater objects near the Bahamas.

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They are around 600 feet to my guesstimation at almost 100 feet per pixel, Landsat resolution. I'm not sure if they were once the actual line that has been washed away in places or if they are really possible mound features. Need someone who can fly over that area and check it out. Also need field information before full conclusions can be made.

Bahamas researchers are not sure what the line features near Florida could be. However there are features near Bimini that are man-made, these are much larger than what's been found at Bimini. They are quite large and definitely worthy of someone's vacation time, if they can afford it.

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The lines appear to be a minimum of 100 feet wide, could be about the size of an 8 lane freeway approximately. They stretch in places for several miles and can be seen quite easily from Landsat imagery. They are whiter than the surrounding underwater terrain suggesting an artifical origin. They do look similar to modern day freeways from space, probably a bit bigger than above approximation. You could be right on top of one in a boat and would probably never know it due to scale.

The angles in the layouts ie. 90 degrees, perpendicular areas also suggest artificiality. Whether that is the case or not remains to be seen.

Where's Laura Croft when you need her? hehe

Sincerely,
Angie
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All those are in fairly shallow water, right? Maybe there are other satellite pics of the same area, to see if the features change over time. Fun to speculate:) And as you say, it's relatively easy to go and check, just need someone with a little money.

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I had to edit this and put this on top. I just reread your article again and realized you were talking about South America......never mind....but maybe some one has heard about what I am talking about down below.

Are these images near the coast of Bimini in the Bahamas? I remember as a young adult when my father lived in the Bahamas. He would tell me about the formations off of an area from the shallow beaches that would drop off way far down and it seemed that once scuba divers were down there, it was once thought to be large steps to monuments. Perhaps this is similar to the sitaution in the Yonaguni Islands as well. Check up at John Anthony West Site and then over at Robert Schoch site. There are some articles posted there . Also, Alternative Archaeologoly has some articles on underwater monuments.

Are these near the island of Bimini?

Do you know the size as Earthing asked? What makes you think they are man made?

I may be spelling the name of Bimini wrong. I am not sure.

OK, Thanks.........

Dr. Colette M. Dowell ND
Circular Times
Moving Forward Publications

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The closest lines I've seen to Bimini are around Orange Cay. They are quite large to be seen on Landsat imagery. The lines West of Andros HAVE NOT been explored by any Bahamas researchers to my knowledge. They are still unexplainable and worthy of investigation.

I didn't say I thought they were man made, they appear to be possibly made by man due to the fact that know one knows about the large lines and no one has explored them, therefore I can only suggest that they appear to be man made and hope that in the future someone will take a look.

The fact that they look similar to the South American pyramids that have yet to be explored fully, suggests they could be man-made primarily because the sizing is very similar. This may not be a coincidence, hopefully someone will take a look one day.

My message in a bottle so to speak.

:-)
Sincerely,
Angie
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