posted on Aug, 9 2009 @ 03:21 PM
Originally posted by thegreatobserver
That has to do with the energy meridians of the planet.
There was a reason that Stonehenge was built in the UK and not in the US.
There was also a reason that the Great Pyramids were built in Giza and not in the US....etc.
It all has to do with the energy vortex of our planet.
Why were Stonehenge and the Pyramids not built in the USA? Possibly because of the energy vortices (of which there are no well documented
observations), but more probably because there was not enough cultural complexity and workforce available. At both Stonehenge and ancient Egypt those
requirements were met because domesticated crops and animals from the Fertile Crescent had reached those places, increasing the population and
allowing the centralisation of power and the development of sciences.
Also, there were many other monolithic monuments in Northwestern Europe in the late Stone Age, and many other pyramids in Egypts, you're just talking
about the most prominent and best preserved ones. But maybe it was their location on the meridians that made them succeed and last so long.
But to come back on topic, it seems to me that there are some people in America as well that do nice crop circles, but apparently they haven't been
able to make it into a business as nicely as their British colleagues...