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Expert claims this 1.7 MILLION-year-old man-made bridge shatters mainstream history

A 1.7 million-year-old ‘bridge’ is the ultimate evidence that humans have been on Earth much longer than thought claims expert. “The ratio of 10:1 (length:width) fits the actual measurements of the bridge observed today.”

The former director of the Geological Survey of India believes he has found the ultimate evidence of a 1.7 million-year-old man-made bridge which indicates mankind existed on Earth millions of years ago and had the ability to erect ‘sophisticated’ structures long before mainstream experts suggest.

This, however, goes against everything we’ve been told since according to mainstream scientists, humans have been on Earth roughly 200,000 years, but the alleged bridge throws everything that scientists believed true into questions.

The alleged strcuture—which is allegedly even visible from space— occupies a relatively large area stretching from India to Sri Lanka.

Curiously, ancient Indian legends suggest that Ayodhya King Rama, built a bridge of similar proportions more than a million years ago.

According to the Ancient Indian tradition, this “strip of land” is a bridge built by Ayodhya King Rama, as told in the Indian epic Ramayana. Rama is one of the most famous Balabadra of Jainism (Oldest Religion of the World) and is recognized as the image, the spirit, and consciousness of Vaishnavaism (sect of Hinduism).

In fact, since ancient times it is known as the “Bridge of Rama” or “Rama Setu”.

The Indian epic Ramayana tells the story of the land bridge and how it was built to serve Ayodhya King Rama, in order to help him cross the water to reach the large island and rescue his beloved one from the clutches of King Raavanaa.

It is a story of love, brave deeds and incredible constructions as it seems.

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