posted on Apr, 23 2015 @ 06:04 PM
a reply to: LABTECH767
I've read 'Finger Prints of the Gods" and I can say that I don't agree with everything that Hancock puts out there. But I will say that I do agree
with a lot of what he has in there as well. I have always had several issues with the way archeology is portraying things.
1.After wandering around in a desert,people all of sudden leap up and start building massive building complete with needed knowledge of how to do
2.After wandering around in the desert,these same people come with a complete and solid religious belief system,as well as a hierarchy and social
system that is complete and solid.
3.The Sphinx once seen obviously has a much smaller head than body,yet was built by the same people that were very very skilled in making sure that no
matter what scale they were building on,they always had things in proportion.It was very important to them to not do a mere representation of a
human,but to make it look like a certain person with the body in the proportions they wanted. Yet they just said the hell with it on the Sphinx's
4.The weathering pattern on the body of the Sphinx just doesn't add up. This is a statue that has been buried several times and had to be dug out of
the sand in the past. What happens to something buried in sand? It is protected from the elements. I have never heard of the pyramids being dug out
though. Yet they are right there too. So why is that? How long does it take to bury something that large? And why if the pyramids were there,weren't
they buried at least partly as well? And while buried,how did a water pattern end up running down the sides of the Sphinx? In pictures I have seen the
Sphinx depicted as being in a lush tropical area,yet that has been desert for how long? The water patterns going down the sides show that at one time
it WAS in a more tropical climate. So just how old is it?
Mr.Hancock seemed to answer these questions pretty well for me. He asked specialists about weathering on stone etc. to come to his conclusions. I find