posted on Apr, 27 2006 @ 06:13 AM
Originally posted by snafu7700
Originally posted by mythatsabigprobe
Well, I'm starting to believe this really is a man made structure. But how long would it take to cover it in so much dirt? If the Egyptian pyramids
spent 4000 years in the desert with all that blowing sand and never got covered over, how much time are we talking about here?
but they did....not completely, but they have been covered with sand. the sphynx was almost completely covered, and was excavated (several times
I know that the Sphynx has been buried several times, but it's in a pit with walls to hold the sand in place. The pyramids only had their foundations
covered because, well, they're pointy and the sand falls off.
The more photo's I see, the more I think this is not a true pyramid but maybe a large hill made into a pyramid shaped earth mound. The majority of
the rock being uncovered doesn't show any signs of being worked and is placed pretty crudely without any real joints.
Still an amazing feat if the whole hill is clad in stone and it will raise a lot of questions about what exactly early man was doing with his spare
time. I'm still thinking it's far older than 10 000 years, since there's 2000 years of recorded history in the area and no mention of this thing,
which means it was probably covered long before that.
Here's a link
to some examples of 'Vinca' script that is believed to be as much as 8000 years
old. There may
be some similarities to the photo of the carved stone, but it's hard to tell if it's even real carving and not just weathered
chisel marks. I do believe the stone was shaped though. There are several pyramid shaped symbols in the Vinca writing, even one with what looks like
rays coming out from the bottom - for all our UFO guys.