Ice Age Trade Center Mid-Pacific Malden Island Megaliths Temples Roads Into the Sea Navigational Sighting Stones


Malden Island (about 1.700 miles south of Honolulu and 4,000 miles west of South America) was a trade and ceremonial center during the Ice Age, with stone temples, stone foundation housing, step pyramids, and basalt-rock paved roads which when discovered by Europeans entered the sea, proving it was an Ice Age gathering place Pacific mariners where perhaps a thousand lived full-time, when much more rain fell (during the Ice Age) such that there was a water table tapped by wells.