Part 1 – Update On Deep Water Megalithic Stones and Structures Near Western Cuba

Northeast of Cabo San Antonio, marked in yellow, and down about one-half mile off the western tip of Cuba are large stones in rectangular and pyramidal shapes. There are also huge unidentified structures that have 90-degree corners and are spread along straight corridors on the white sea floor sand.
Northeast of Cabo San Antonio, marked in yellow, and down about one-half mile off the western tip of Cuba are large stones in rectangular and pyramidal shapes. There are also huge unidentified structures that have 90-degree corners and are spread along straight corridors on the white sea floor sand.
Original high resolution side scan sonar images of large structures a half mile down on the white sand sea floor off the western tip of Cuba, received by an ADC International, Inc. expedition in 2000 directed by Paulina Zelitsky and Paul Weinzweig, Owners, Advanced Digital Communications International, Inc. of Havana, Cuba. Sonar images © 2000 by ADC International, Inc. and used with permission.
Original high resolution side scan sonar images of large structures a half mile down on the white sand sea floor off the western tip of Cuba, received by an ADC International, Inc. expedition in 2000 directed by Paulina Zelitsky and Paul Weinzweig, Owners, Advanced Digital Communications International, Inc. of Havana, Cuba. Sonar images © 2000 by ADC International, Inc. and used with permission.

September 24, 2003  Havana, Cuba - It was a summer day in 2000 that the first surprising side scan sonar images of what looked like architecture were seen a half mile down off the western tip of Cuba. The ocean floor there is very flat and covered with white sand. The camera was run by the Remote Operated Video control room on the "BIC Ulises" ship owned and operated by engineer and oceanographer, Paulina Zelitsky, and her husband and business partner, Paul Weinzweig ­ co-owners of Advanced Digital Communications International, Inc. ­ or ADC International, Inc. Paulina was born and educated in the Soviet Union and was assigned to work in Cuba. Later, after she married Paul, a Canadian citizen, ADC was based in Canada. More recently, ADC International has become an international business company incorporated in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas to conduct deep ocean bottom survey in the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico.

 

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