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Originally posted by punkinworks
reply to post by Picollo30
Because there is nothing to debunk, its an old caananite site, what is there to debunk.
We know that the caananites were there,and that jeruselum is a very very old site.
It wouldnt surprise me that people had been building walls around the springs in the area for 20,000 years or more.
Originally posted by AlwaysQuestion
Does make you wonder how its achieved?!
Certainly if purely man-made then they had some clever construction processes and some clever people to work it all out.
I'll sit and marvel at some of the modern buildings / processes on the 'disco' channel, yet these guys managed to shift and build on a massive scale.
IMHO People were far more advanced than history teaches.
Originally posted by Mindmelding
reply to post by Zosynspiracy
Of course it proves something, what are you, a moron? It is proof of concept, if you have anything resembling a formal education, and at least your ability to write and surf the web suggests you do, you should be familiar with this concept.
Yes, all those ancient monoliths and structures could, and probably were I may add, be built by humans just like us, and it's just fantasy to assume aliens had to do it. More than fantasy I find it insulting.
Just because stupidity is rampant now, largely due to ponerology imo, dosen't mean it was always like this.
Originally posted by Bspiracy
It's been proven time and time again that we know nothing of our history in the mainstream. I'm pretty darn sure that someone knows who and how these were created but it's probably buried under a mountain of other knowledge deep within some Vatican chamber labeled "Stolen Secrets Vault 0035".. which of course is next to all of the other 4 digit number vaults labeled "Stolen Secrets"
There needs to be a thread started regarding all of the ancient structures that "Baffle" scientists. The OP would be very long indeed.