At the bottom of Lake Fuxian—rising 1,720 meters above sea level and encompassing an area of 212 square kilometers—experts discovered the remains of a massive city, and several pyramids-shaped structures believed to be the remains of an advanced ancient pre-flood civilization
There is sufficient evidence to suggest the existence of very ancient pyramids buried under layers of soil and vegetation in Bosnia, China and Ukraine. In turn, under Fuxian Lake in China, was made a few years ago one of the most important discoveries in all of history, more than 30 submerged buildings such as pyramids.
Is it possible that the ancient structure located beneath Lake Fuxian are the remnants of an ancient culture that flourished before Earth’s last Ice Age? And is it possible—as author and researcher Graham Hancock argues—it was around 13,000 years ago when a cataclysmic event wiped out advanced civilizations from the surface of the planet?
After over thirty dives and aid from submarines, experts discovered the remains of massive stone slabs, stairs, and walled structures. However, that was not enough to understand what exactly was located at the bottom of the lake.
Then, in 2001, archaeologists from the Hunan Provincial Museum used advanced sonar equipment and cameras to survey the bottom of the lake for the first time ever.
The results convinced experts in the field that the remains at the bottom of the lake once belonged to an extremely complex and advanced ancient culture that inhabited the region in the distant past, capable of building massive structure and more importantly, PYRAMIDS.