The humungous scale of
many of these sub-aquatic features of an antediluvian high
civilization remain classified as National Security Secrets to this
Yonaguni Monument, Japan (24.26°N 123.0°E) is 5,514 miles from the Great Pyramid, a distance that comprises 22.15% of the Earth's mean circumference distance of 24,892 miles.
Yonaguni is also situated 1,464 miles from the megalithic temples of Angkor Wat, Cambodia (13.43°N 103.83°E), long a great circle alignment of ancient temples at the resonant 5.9% distance interval from Angkor that includes the world-renowned sacred temple sites of,
...where dozens of pyramids have been effectively censored from public awareness.
This 5.9% distance alignment from Angkor also incorporates Indonesian megalithic sites in the Bada Valley, as well as piezoelectric temples in East Java such as,
Precision alignments embedded in the geoposition of the Yonaguni Monument present undeniable evidence of the global networking of all Paleolithic pyramid and temples sites in a worldwide distribution pattern based on the quantum iterated function [zn+1 = zn2] encoding the spherical Fibonacci structure of infrasound standing waves that envelope the planet and ultimately sustain all life-forms.
Another significant form of evidence connecting Yonaguni with other Paleolithic sites are in situ discoveries of stone tablets with Paleo-Sanskrit script.
Having been deciphered by linguist and epigrapher K. Schildmann over a decade ago, the Paleo-Sanskrit language has been positively identified and translated from hieroglyphic inscriptions on stone artifacts retrieved by divers investigating the Yonaguni Monument.
Paleo-Sanskrit texts collected at Yonaguni present legible glyph sets incorporated into basic ligatures, together reading:
A matching tablet fragment reads:
A third tablet from Yonaguni reads:
For millennia, the Jomon culture of present-day Japan and Korea built their villages with multiple high-rise buildings supported by paired rows of ~2m wide tree trunks likely exceeding eight stories in height, as exemplified at the later Neolithic archeological sites of Sannai-Maruyama, dated at ~5,000bp.
The submerged megalithic city of Yonaguni is a Paleolithic Jomon building complex that also displays pairs of ~1m postholes.
The Sanskrit Jomon also crafted unusual ceramic dogu figurines, which have the appearance of pressurized deepsea diving or spacesuits.
One fine example displays incised hieroglyphs that read:
A Jomon vase overtly displays the configuration of standing waves to signify a simple repeating mantra:
This design closely replicates glyph texts engraved on the megalithic walls of Gavrinis passage chamber in present-day Brittany, France.
Fragmented examples of fine Jomon pots with pointed bottoms were also excavated, with glyphs reading: