Pyramids under the waters near Cuba were discovered by two scientists Paul Weinzweig and Pauline Zalitzki. They found the ruins of ancient buildings about a mile below the sea.
Paulina found elsewhere in Cuba ancient descriptions and symbols that was identical to those on the waterfront structures below.
the two scientists used submarines to locate and explore these pyramid structures. They found a written language engraved on the stones.
The U.S. government discovered the alleged place during the Cuban missile crisis in the sixties, Nuclear submarines cruising in the Gulf (in deep sea) met pyramid structures. They immediately took control in order that it will not come to Soviet hands. Or so the story goes.
A whistleblower from the army, that used to serve in Montego Bay told they are still working on the site and recovering objects and instruments.
This area in Cuba has not been above water in less than 10,000 years ago.
Some more links:
Underwater City Off of Cuba Part 1 (The Discovery)
About seven years ago the news went around the world and all over the net. National Geographic published an article on their web site and had plans to cover the whole story and follow up with more invertigations. In 2005 they walked out of the deal. Some say it had to do with Cuba/USA relationship and other believe it goes “DEEPER” than that. Paulina says she needs $2,000,000.00 to go back and drill through the pyramids and see what is inside. She wants to recover artifacts. She has now moved over to other projects near Mexico because she needs to make a living.
Underwater City Off of Cuba Part 2 (An Update)
Despite some degree of publicity, these outrageous findings have still not been publicized for the outside world. On this second part you will get to see Zelitskys pyramid, from submersible view, compared with Bent Pyramid of Dashur. You will also see the link to see two short videos of to monoliths or pyramids.
Underwater City of Cuba or Ancient Atlantaen
Underwater city at cuba found at 2001 but no publicity like Japan underwater buildings…why?