Pacific Ocean - (Tremors): A Winter solstice delirium tremens hit South Eastern Iran today.
The 7.4 magnitude quake near the holy city of Bam also triggered a seismic tipple - er...ripple!- effect that battered Japan's Bonin Isles 1,000 km south off Tokyo.
Seismologists said that an ancient Lemurian tectonic plate had been shattered.
The unyielding Pacific Ocean then threw up myriad pre-Atlantean architectural ruins previously buried under aeons of marine crap.
Among these the American Geological Survey said today were bits of a Lemurian 'Rosetta Stone'.
Written in the form of Akkadian script it annotates astrology charts showing cyclical patters of seismic devastation.
Centuries of earthquake abuse had heaped destruction on the once-fabled kingdom, the precursor to its more notorious sister realm of Atlantis.
The next scheduled quake may hit Northern Australia on Christmas Day if the Pacific's Northern Japanese Trench dies not implode under the billions of tonnes of sea debris swilling around Bonin today.