9 pyramids in Tenerife and 2 pyramids on La Palma
6 lava stone step pyramids in Güimar/Tenerife
3 lava stone step pyramids in Icod, Sta.Barbara, La Mancha/Tenerife.
The Canary Islands have been known since antiquity. Until the Spanish colonization between 1402 and 1496, the Canaries were populated by an indigenous population called the Guanches, whose origin is still the subject of discussion among historians and linguists.
The Canary Islands, a volcanic archipelago off the coast of northwestern Africa, are among Spain’s farthest-flung territories. These rugged islands are known for their black- and white-sand beaches, varied resorts and balmy climate. Tenerife, the largest island, is dominated by the sometimes-snowy peaks of volcanic Mt. Teide, part of a national park with its own astronomical observatory.
The origins of the Canarian indigenous people – the Guanches – remain the subject of debate. Numerous proposed theories have achieved varying degrees of acceptance.
Theories on the original habitats of the Islands off the coast of North West Africa
I wonder who financed the research on the ancient history of the Canary Islands?
Click for coordinates, see the pyramids your self.
There is a complex with 6 huge lava stone pyramids, partially reconstructed, in the town of Güimar on Tenerife. Discovered by Thor Heyerdahl in 1999 and turned into a museum complex: The archaeological park of Güimar.
Some archaeologist said they were blonde people of mix African heritage.
Watch the video below on this theory
Stone balls from Tenerife.
A few Petroglyphs on the Canary Islands.
Ancient submerged city? We have all seen this on Google Earth.
The underwater image can be found at the co-ordinates 31 15’15.53N 24 15’30.53W.