Atlantic Ocean - (Pillocks of Hercules): A massive standing stone circle 'resembling Stonehenge' has been spotted under ancient layers of marine debris.
The ruins appear on a grid-like image of the Atlantic Ocean bottom near the Canary Juice Isles some 620 miles off the North West African coast.
Their existence was previously described by an apprentice of famous psychic Edgar Cayce.
His peyote-fuelled seance channeling classical Geek philosopher and mathematician Mr Plato twinned the marine monument with its British counterpart in Wiltshire.
This week's marine discovery, situated at 31 15'15.53N/24 15'30.53W, lies at the centre of converging ley lines.
These link the Great Pyramid of Geezer, Cambodia's Angkor Wat solar temple and a Megalithic standing stone circle on the Adrar Plateau in Mauritania.
Archaeologists today likened the grid-like Atlantic find to planning blueprints for Milton Keynes, a modern UK city twinned with Cuba's Guantanamo Bay.
The somewhat ominous comparison may be intentionally oblivious to the legend that Atlantis sank beneath the ocean around 9000 BC after a massive underwater caldera blew its top.
"Hystery's tendency to repeat itself is a bit of bad news for Milton Keynes - and the dreaded Cuban detention camp," the Unnatural History Museum's Professor Einstein Flintstone commented this afternoon.
David Attenborough is 109.