Pyramids in Italy - 3 in Orion's Belt layout ala Egypt.

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Pyramids in Italy - 3 in Orion's Belt layout ala Egypt.

Post#1 » Thu Jun 28, 2007 12:17 am

The links to see pictures didn't seem to work for me.

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http://farshores.org/a03ipyr.htm


THREE PYRAMIDS DISCOVERED IN MONTEVECCHIA, ITALY
Posted June 17.03

See also article - Montevecchia: Italy's Giza

Posted June 9.03 This just in from our correspondent Marco V., of Varese,Italy:

"I'd like to keep you informed for what it concerns the discovery of the first Italian pyramids, in the town of Montevecchia. Now new pics are available, much clearer than the preceding ones. Unfortunately the website on which they are posted is (probably) in Romanian or a similar language so I can't understand really very much. However, they clearly depict one of the pyramids and some of the stone blocks recently dicovered after some preliminary digging: http://www.mwm.cz/CD/c1184.htm"


Posted April 25.03

Marco V. of Varese, Italy writes, "You may be interested in a discovery which has been recently made: three pyramids were discovered thanks to satellite and aerial imagery in northern Italy, in the town of Montevecchia (40 km from Milan).

"They are the first pyramids ever discovered in Italy and the dimensions are quite impressive; the highest pyramid is 150 meters tall. They are stone buildings, as recent excavations have proved. However, they are now completely covered by ground and vegetation, so that they now look like hills.

The inclination degree of all the three pyramids is 42/43° and there is a perfect alignment with the Orion constellation (there are a lot of similarities to the Egyptian pyramids).

"Their age is still undefined although they are surely older than 3000 years. Nothing was found nearby which may help to date the structures and in the area there was not any civilization able to build similar structures at the time (the people who lived there were mainly gatherers and hunters).

"You can find some pictures at:
http://www.lombardiainrete.it/turismo/S ... asp?Id=127
The site is in Italian, however there are some (not very good) pics.

"The news was reported in many newspaper although no further investigations have been made yet."

.:A FarShores thanks to Marco:.

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more info and pics

Post#2 » Thu Jun 28, 2007 12:38 am

found another page with a link to an Italian site with pics. Since I don't read Italian, just grabbed some of the better pics and posted them below.

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MONTEVECCHIA: ITALY'S GIZA
Posted June 17.03

The intriguing and recent discovery of three pyramids in the town of Montevecchia, 40 km from Milan in northern Italy, was first brought to the attention of FarShores in April when correspondent and archaeologist Marco V. Varese provided us with the following link:
www.lombardiainrete.it/turismo/Storico/ ... asp?Id=127.

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At the time, Marco noted that these ancient structures had been located and identified only through analysis of satellite and aerial imagery of the area. Overgrown and covered by the debris and vegetation of perhaps thousands of years these pyramids are perfectly aligned with the Orion constellation, just like those at the Giza plateau in Egypt.

WM Mag coverNow, FarShores can bring you further photo's kindly forwarded by Georg Wojnar, editor in Chief of WM magazine [web site: www.mwm.cz], of the Czech Republic. The pictures represent actual pages from a WM magazine feature, following its sponsorship of a mini expedition by a Czech team of investigators to Montevecchia. These stunning layouts give us a brief glimpse of the area as it exists today plus the finds already uncovered at the site.

As Marco noted earlier, although these structures resemble hills, excavations already conducted at Montevecchia have proved beyond doubt that they are constructed of stone and are surely older than 3,000 years.

Our thanks also to Jirí Matejka, of WM magazine, for providing the following additional hyperlink: www.mwm.cz/CD/c1184.htm. Jirí was closely involved in the Czech expedition and is the author of several published articles also to be found in WM.

Please note all the above images have been compressed to speed up download times.
Visit the WM web site and view even more pictures of much better quality.

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