Amazingly enough, there is a video on YouTube that depicts a humongous wall encircling our entire planet—and it’s underneath the surface of Earth’s oceans.
The YouTube channel Flat Earth Arabic uncovered this wall that seems to span tens of thousands of miles, and the discovery fits in perfectly alongside past Google Earth finds such as UFOs, pyramids, gigantic towers, petroglyphs, and sunken cities especially. Notably, the enormous wall in question has been highlighted after recent discoveries of an underwater pyramid off the Mexican coastline, and after the finding of one of the biggest ancient Mayan cities. More specifically, five years ago American Angela Micol discovered pyramids bigger than those on the Giza Plateau, and several other jaw-dropping underwater structures have been found by utilizing Google Earth.
Although all of these discoveries are extremely fascinating, it can be argued that they all pale in comparison to the submerged global wall. It seems impossible that it is a naturally occurring formation, and it if it is real, it would all but prove that there were highly advanced ancient civilizations in existence thousands or even millions of years before the ancient civilizations that we already know about.
However, because the implications are so shocking, the evidence that proves the reality of the wall must be beyond contestation. Many of these discoveries have been rightly explained away by “Google Earth glitches” before, in large part because the panorama created by the stitching of multiple photographic images sometimes produces truly unrealistic—and inaccurate—results. Computer software is great at creating apparently seamless and flawless images, but sometimes it must make digital hypotheses and corrections in order to do so. As mentioned, skeptics have used these “honest mistakes” to offer counter-conclusions to previous underwater discoveries such as a Portuguese pyramid estimated to be over 20,000 years old.
Aside from digital stitching, lighting, perspective, reference, and countless other variables are more than capable of deceiving human eyes and minds. In the case of this submerged global wall, a changing background combined with a continuous foreground could be the culprit:
So, with all of this in mind, what say you? Glitch—or Eureka!?