Gigantic Oval Shaped Fortress Submerged Five Miles East of Heligoland in North Sea West of Ice Age Mouth of Elbe River


Jurgen Spanuth discovered a submerged stone fortress five miles east of the island of Heligoland in the North Sea, about thirty miles north of Cuxhaven, Germany, the stone wall oval-shaped, about 3,000 feet by 1,000 in areal dimension. The ice age fortress is on a hump of the seafloor which during the Ice Age was a hillock perhaps overlooking the mouth of the ice age Elbe river just to the east, where legendary Fosite became known as a god, probably the same as Posidon (Sidon, a son of Canaan), of the land named Atland consumed by the sea says the frisian Bok Oera Linda and Plato’s Atlantis.