Worlds Forgotten: Beneath the Sahara
No doubt you’ve been fascinated by the esoteric nature of ancient Egypt, and the wondrous peculiarities of the Great Pyramids of Giza.
You may even be aware of other megalithic pyramids in South America and East Asia; but, are you aware of the pyramids in Sudan?
Seen from the sky, the ancient site of Nuri is an arc of some 20 pyramids built between 650 B.C. and 300 B.C. across more than 170 acres of sand near the east bank of the Nile River in northern Sudan.
Beneath the 2,300-year-old pyramid of a pharaoh named Nastasen lies a flooded tomb, where underwater archaeologists explore undisturbed treasures of both history and wealth.
What if I told you there are entire civilizations buried beneath the sands of the Sarah desert that are only just now being discovered via satellite and drone scans?
What if we told you that some experts believe the Sahara desert was a thriving jungle on par with the Congo or the Amazon rainforest – as little as 5,000 years ago…?
What if there is evidence that a massive tidal wave swept across the Sahara, destroying everything in its path?
This documentary presents never-before-seen evidence and testimony from experts that all present a compelling argument that there was in fact, a planetary ancient civilization who had advanced technology capable of monumental achievements – some that even modern science couldn’t replicate.
View a guided Google Earth Tour of the Worlds Forgotten: Beneath the Sahara
Most important points:
- If the Sphinx of Egypt could lay buried beneath the sands of the Sahara desert until last century – what else might lay buried under a vast desert larger than the United States?
- All major discoveries in Egypt lie right on the edge of the Sahara desert the green fertile flood-plain of the Nile river
- Even the pyramids found in Sudan are near the ancient flood plain of the Nile river, yet, the fact that tombs beneath those Sudanese pyramids are flooded, not only makes for an awesome underwater archaeological expedition, but it also hints at a different Sahara in the not-so-distant past.
- 5,000 years ago, researchers believe the Sahara was the worlds largest rainforest. Imagine the Amazon meets the Congo and the Okavango delta.
- If we’re finding pyramids, tombs, temples, and entire civilizations buried beneath the sands near to the Nile river – what else might be buried beneath the sands that also hide the remnants of ancient forests, jungle, and entire ecosystems?
- The valley of the whales proves that surprising life once existed here millions of years ago – and new discoveries like those of the lost Garamantes civilization show that human life was abundant in this area as recent as 5,000 years ago.
- The Eye of the Sahara is a massive concentric ring-like structure peeking through the Saharan sands – what created this unusual shape that was rediscovered from space by the
- Our goal is to raise research money alongside film production money.
- I’m an award-winning documentary filmmaker with a track-record of completing tough projects against impossible odds. With your help, I could help rewrite history books while producing an riveting and exciting documentary in a new style of filmmaking that combines the research and prestige of a David Attenborough production with the cinema verité vlog-style touch, all combined with cutting edge visual effects and animation to help bring history to life in a way that leaves you wanting more.
- Join me in rediscovering Worlds Forgotten.