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Sometime ago, Soviet scientist M.M. Agrest PhD. made an assumption on the pages of "Literary newspaper" concerning the process of construction of the famous Baalbek temple. He claimed that the sanctuary had been constructed by aliens. The temples spacious interior in turn served as their launching site. According to the scientist, a series of fragments from the Bible as well as excerpts from a manuscript discovered in 1947 on the Western shore of the Red sea proof his hypothesis. In addition, Agrest's theory correlates with another revolutionary discovery made by Soviet scientist A. P. Kazantsev in Peru. The latter discovered cave paintings vividly depicting mysterious engines or space ships. There is also a possibility that those gigantic constructions in Egypt and Lebanon and other places worldwide are somehow connected.
Indian ancient sacred books "Ramayana" and "Mahabharata", for instance, talk about extraterrestrial creatures "sons of the Moon and the Sun" arriving to the Earth. These books also mention battles which were fought by means of, what appears to be, atomic power. Both texts are more than 2000 years old. However, each one of them lists events that had taken place 20-30 years ago. Both "Ramayana" and "Mahabharata" describe oval-shaped flying objects which used mercury as fuel. Interestingly, the idea of mercury fueled flying machines has been discussed at an International Congress in Paris in 1959. The books also provide detailed accounts of bomb explosions which "destroyed entire cities and created sparks of light equivalent to 100,000 suns."
Originally posted by BlackJackal
How did the statues on Easter Island come to be without a singel tree to roll the statues on?
Well, they had trees.The island was full of trees. But as they used them all for their statues now the Easter Island doesn't have trees anymore.