The plot thickens! Video about the connection between South African and Jordan ruins (9:21) of me explaining the weird stuff I found there.
** 720p and fullscreen = you’ll be able to see Google Maps properly.
“Sheep pen” or something more? The connection between the South African ruins, discovered by Johan Heine and later researched by Michael Tellinger, and the ruins in Jordan who were brushed off as Geoglyphs is astounding nonetheless. With more than 7000km apart, why is it that these places are so incredibly similar?
Some ruins have a diameter of atleast 100m - 328 feet - and are scattered all over the areas, both measuring up to atleast 150 square kilometers - with the ruins located further from the (now dried up) rivers being more closely packed to oneanother.
Next step is most likely trying to reach a geologist so I can learn more about when the area dried up.
Read the article here :
Article from Livescience :
Three images used for comparison :
Coordinates Azraq Oasis
+31° 56’ 52.79”, +36° 46’ 55.38”
Coordinates South Africa
-25° 39’ 56.50”, +30° 16’ 45.26”