Satellite images show 12 Big circles in Jordan And Syria


[03-09-2022 03:42 PM]

Ammon News - Satelite photos of ancient and big fossil circles were took in the middle east, and revealed structural details that were kept under vagueness for decades, lets go over about how close the scientist got to in relation to those circles.

Jordanian Archaeologists took very accurate satellite images, that showed 12 big circles, 8 of them are set in Midwest of Jordan, between “wadi al ahsa” and “hafat jarf al shar”, and 4 of them are set in the north of “Azraq oasis”

Circles diameter are about (220-455) meters, those circles didn’t contain any entry slots, as people were jumping over the wall to enter, so what are those? circles and how old they really are?

In addition to the 12 circles in Jordan mentioned above, researchers discovered the existence of familiar big circles in Syria and Turkey, but its clear that they are not fully completed.

David Kennedy, a professor at Western Australia University who works on documenting the archaeological sites in the middle east by geo photography project said: according to what satellite images show that there are two main big circles in their way to extinction, one of them in Jordan and the other in Syria, as for the one in Jordan it was destroyed decades ago, but in turkey there are only two circles.

A special research team in one of the UK universities, Durham University, conducted and researched the circle that was found in Syria in year 2002 close to Damascus city, and that was for find knowledge about before it completely disappears.

Translation: Yazan Masadeh




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