Satellite Archaeology and Anomaly Remote Research

SOURCE FOR THIS PICTURE: Satellite Discoveries – Eye in the Sky

This picture shows some very unusual underwater patterns detected near the coast of Scotland.

Using remote sensing technology and satellite imaging, more areas previously inaccessible to public scrutiny are being revisited and open to new discoveries… The Lost City of Ubar (or Uqbar), Paititi, Angkor Watt – these have been famous targets of this new field of research. Indeed, the game to uncover archaeological anomalies from the skies is clearly afoot. Some hot anomalies worth of attention: some odd grid-like formation in the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico, courtesy of the National Geophysical Data Center, a NOAA Satellite and Information Service and of course the no less atypical Bosnian ‘pyramid’.


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