In-depth studies of the ancient Egyptian pyramids and other grandiose structures suggest that they were built much earlier than was commonly believed.
Moreover, some archaeologists claim that hieroglyphs, frescoes, symbols and drawings were applied to buildings in the 2-3 millennium BC, whereas the structures themselves can be about 20 thousand years old.
Water-wind erosion helped to draw such conclusions, which could not be formed in modern climatic conditions. Once upon a time, the territory of northern Africa was a blooming paradise, with huge cities scattered across the land.
Herodotus and Ptolemy mentioned its uniqueness, Lawrence of Arabia wanted to find it, but did not have time to fulfill his dream. It was claimed that it was beautiful and immersive, like “a piece of heaven on Earth.” Wise men and astrologers, Aesculapius and alchemists lived and worked in it.
Indirect confirmation of this can be found in the Arabic collections of ancient legends. For example, in Libya until 2013, there was a treatise describing the life of local imams who lived in the 12th millennium BC. Due to hostilities in the country, this and many other relics were destroyed or stolen.
A similar picture was observed in Iraq, and in Syria, and in other countries of this region. Purposeful carving of ancient artifacts was observed during the fighting in these countries. Some of them were saved, and some were lost forever. It is believed that a powerful Arab state once existed on the territory of the Arabian Peninsula and northern Africa.
According to various sources, it was here that humanity first learned metallurgy, jewelry and blacksmithing, and medicine was ahead of its time by several millennia. No wonder they find 6-10 thousand-year-old burials of people with prosthetic limbs, skulls with obvious signs of trepanation, as well as sealed teeth.
The Arabian Atlantis was inhabited by Adites, descendants of Hell, who, according to the legends, were direct descendants of Noah.
The entire ancient world knew that there was no other place where such wonderful aromatic resins and incense were made. The life of the townspeople seemed extraordinary and mysterious. It was said that they knew the mysterious rites of resurrection from the dead. Like the legendary Atlanteans, they knew how to fly, they knew the secret of eternal youth.
In addition, the inhabitants of this region were engaged in the extraction and trade of amber, and products from it, which were found in large quantities only in these places and were in great demand among ancient peoples. According to its value, amber in those days was valued more than gold.
Photographs taken from NASA artificial satellites confirmed that there really were cities among the Arabian sands. Archaeologists studying satellite images noticed thin lines converging, as well as signs of structures hidden under sand dunes.
In the early 1990s, the front pages of the largest newspapers in the world were full of reports about the most important archaeological discovery “a majestic Arab city was found”, “a legendary city of the Arabs was discovered”, “Atlantis of the sands”.
A Canadian research team has come to the conclusion that deserts don’t just form from scratch. This is the result of a powerful explosion. That is, one can imagine that once there was a real cultural center here, the richest and most advanced state in various industries.
If we take into account such a theory, then we can assume that this civilization was not the only one on Earth and the appearance of one or more other strong competitors leads to inevitable rivalry. The Arabian paradise was destroyed by a powerful weapon.
Dozens of the most beautiful cities instantly turned into dust. The gardens became a lifeless wasteland. The sands have hidden the riches of a once great civilization. After several thousand years, people returned to these lands and founded new countries. The most persistent structures of Arab Atlantis (the term was introduced by US researchers) turned out to be pyramids. It was they who were first dug up by the Egyptians in order to revive the lost greatness.
This version is very interesting. In addition, the Arabs are very sensitive to their relics and few Europeans have read them. Orientalists and researchers of the Arab world, who managed to study a little the primary sources and materials of antiquity, come to the conclusion that there was once a powerful state in the territories described above.
What they managed to dig up and restore is no more than one percent of that grandiose civilization, which now rests under millions of tons of sand.
And maybe somewhere there, under a layer of sand, they will again find one day the spring of eternal youth, which, according to the Arab legends and the ubiquitous Herodotus, was owned by the Adites. This is just the beginning of a huge work that awaits scientists in the future. There are still many mysteries, and the mystery is only slightly ajar.