posted on May, 13 2014 @ 05:18 PM
a reply to: jeep3r
I think it boils down to one factor, did we with our brains merely sit and watch the clouds floating by or did we get up and go places. I have no
doubt that homo sapiens travelled all around the world. Someone drew the Antarctic maps and presumably before the ice cap covered the continent.
The zodiac is a common denominator all around the world. It has a commonality within it that was an accumulation of knowledge shared around the
world. Although different subtly by culture, the principle was the same and its unlikely that such a complex and clever concept just simply popped
into people's heads on different continents.
I know the Polynesian people's were experts on navigation and could tell where land was despite it being over the horizon simply by the way the
waves lapped the front of their canoes. The sea levels were considerably lower which also would have aided travel and people travelled to trade and
we know by the jewellery, metals, spices etc and language that our concept of their being ignorant was a complete misnomer.
We also can't produce a reasonable explanation of how they measured, managed and constructed such fabulous stone buildings which occur all around the
world so we know we have a huge chunk of our ancient history as yet unknown by the common people.
Great post showing the similarities on the above surface architecture, what I would like to know about are the underground passages that exist in
various parts of the world and why they were constructed.