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originally posted by: AnteBellum
When I read about the lines in Nazca I always think about this.
I'm paraphrasing so it might not be too accurate:
During WW2 a country used a small island as a temporary landing strip. A local indigenous tribe was present at the location and they were given knives, pots, food, soda and supplies by the troops that were using their land. The war ended and the air force left the site. The tribe noticing they left started building replicas of the aircraft out of straw and wood on the runways to signal their long lost friends(air force) to come back and give them more modern items, as before.
I've heard many of the other theories about these lines, but this one seems to make the most sense to me.
originally posted by: TheScale
This one probably has had the top of the mountain sheared off –
This picture is very curious. within the one "line" running across the top of the mountain there appears to be many holes which resemble the other mysterious band of holes located south of the Nazca plains in the Pisco valley. I wonder if these holes are also lined with brick.
originally posted by: Hanslune
The Pisco valley holes aren't as far as I know lined with brick they are simply dug into the surface and they run for several kilometers from south to north over an area of hills. They consist of depressions and range in size from a meter to roughly half a meter in diameter and have a depth of around 200 cm.