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Viewer Discoveries: Possible Submerged Road and Ruins off Cornwall Coast

Found by: Michael MacRae
Location: Boscastle, Great Britain







Image Coordinates
Latitude: 50.7128 Longitude: -4.678

Image courtesy of: Multimap.com


"MacRae Road"

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The red arrow in the image to the left is pointing to the road-like feature. The sun has illuminated this area underwater and sub-surface anomalies are visibly apparent. Also notice the cell like features in the red rectangle to the left. Possibly a submerged structure of some kind.


The image to the right is a close-up of the area above in the red rectangle. This area appears to be some kind of ruin or series of cellular rooms or constructs.
Lyonesse

Lyonesse is believed to be a land that was suddenly inundated by the ocean at the time of King Arthur. St Michael's Mount, off the Cornish coast is said to be part of this legendary kingdom which supposedly extended as far as the Isles of Scilly. (The Isles of Scilly are an archipelago of small islands off the southwestern coast of England near the entrance to the English Channel.) Lyonese is also said to have been a hilly country and is sometimes associated with Avalon.

According to Arthurian legend, one of the signs of King Arthur's return will be that Lyonesse will rise from the depths again.

The following is an excerpt from an ancient book discovered in an old castle along the coast of Cornwall:

Heerke ye men, for heyre wonce wast thye guart lande of Lyonesse, nawe sonken oonter thye see. Guart foartreses wure bilt heyre, andd alle uf Angland and Newstria [Frankish name for Gaul] cayme toogethre. Bat withyn a guart stoarme, thyse landes wure washd' a'wae, andd alle uf thye landes uf Lyonesse wure takd'n bye the see.

TRANSLATION:
Listen You men, for here once was the great land of Lyonesse, now sunken under the sea. Great fortresses were built here, and all of England and France came together.  But with a great storm, these lands were washed away and all of the lands of Lyonesse were taken by the sea.

Sir Tristan was a prince of Lyonesse. See legend of Tristan and Isolde.

According to legend Lyonesse was flooded by Merlin to drown Mordred's knights when they followed Arthur's army after the battle of Camlann. The battle of Camlan is believed to have taken place at Camelford which lies about 20 kilometres from where the submerged road is located.

Could this underwater area be part of the legendary city of Lyonesse that vanished beneath the sea?

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