I was having my car fixed a few weeks ago, telling my auto tech about my research and writing about the submerged clearly Bronze Age megalithic ruins found in various parts of the world, and he told me that he dove off Alonissos Island, about five years ago, and saw huge sculpted megalithic columns and blocks from ancient walls and buildings, I presume they are the ruins of ancient Ikos, now submerged off the southern coast of Alonissos Island, off Kokkoniskastro Beach.
He said that his buddy and he came up after marveling at the underwater ruins, to be greeted by a Greek government boat, whereupon, they were plucked from the water, beaten, stripped, and then thrown back in. They struggled back to the island to live another day, so much for the feasibilty of diving and taking pictures.
But perhaps the Greek authorities will provide pictures of the submerged ruins found in many locations around Greece, about fifty kilometers east of these submerged ruins are some off Psathoura Island, but we’ve not seen photos of these either?
And there are submerged ruins reported off Plytra, Abdera, Epidaros, Platygiali, Astakos, and Elafonisi, and little doubt, many other locations of which I’ve yet to read, or which have yet to be reported. Now why do you suppose so few people are aware of these submerged ruins, and why are not Discovery Channel and National Geographic all over these ruins? Wouldn’t you like to see them do shows about these ancient cities consumed by the sea when the Ice Age ended?
The submerged ruins are avoided like the plague by the mainstream scientific outfits, because they reveal that the Ice Age actually ended much later than is popularly advertised by those mainstream outfits, so they don’t want to present this powerful evidence which undermines their timeline for ancient history. It’s that simple.