First of all: Nice find newworld. I'll have to look into that later.
Second of all: everything else. So there's some plot holes in this theory of alignment Ive seen so far
1. Just a coincidence, after all civilization started off near the equator so a lot of sites will be in that area
Fair enough. but maybe you think that because the pictures were a bit misleading. It looks like they just go straight around the equator which, in
fact, they don't
It seems like kind of a stretch to say they built their civilizations along that circle because of continence. For all the people to spread out over
the world and cross the Alaska land bridge and go all the way down to South Am. and just happen to align Easter island with the Pyramids and Machu
Picchu. Stranger things have happened I suppose...
2. What significance are all these sites anyways?
I really don't know. I don't think anyone could truly understand why any of them were built let alone dozens. But thats what I want to find out.
That's what led me to find those Alaskan UFO sightings, could be related, could not.
3. What about the other sites left out?
I just found a list of anomalies and put them in google earth. But maybe Stonehenge and the Mayans were left out of the loop. The more I read about
ancient civilization, the more I question the time line. Maybe the 'circle sites' are older than we give them credit for. Just a guess.
Does that answer any questions?
[edit on 21-9-2009 by afterschoolfun]