Cyclopean Ruins of Pelasgians Submerged Off Anapa Russia to Mycenae & Tiryns in Greece Then Italy On to Andes


When you look at the amazing submerged megalithic structures off Anapa, Russia, and those of Tiryns and Mycenae in Greece, also in central Italy for instance at Alatri, Arpino, Segni, Ferentino, Korba, and Circeli, and in the Andes at Cuzco and Machu Picchu, can there be any doubt that they were built by the same people group, all built within about a thousand years from circa 2000 b. c. to 1000 b. c.? Roberto Mortari has established that those ancient builders, the Pelasgians (Peleg a son of Heber), used a length measure which he calls the Pelasgian Finger, apparently .6 of an olympic inch (1/12th of 12.16 modern inches) used to measure the stones for some of the buildings in Italy as well in the Andes, so it will be interesting to see if the same metric was used for the fantastic “cyclopean” ruins submerged in the Black Sea off Anapa, Russia, since circa 1400 b. c., and the ruins in Greece built around the same time.