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the pryamids and how they are a global phenom?
the nazca lines are they runways or markers?
the precise clearance of many prehistoric building blocks global also?
the fact that many civilizations seem to share a common creation and visitation story?
the pictures on the wall or "writing" as the famous phrase implies can we deny the very words of the myan and egyptian people?
the incredible astronomy they performed as well as knowing of info not thought to be discovered for thousand of years after. how could ancient man possibly know how many planets there were?
One of the most puzzling aspects of our history is how did we start with so much knowledge and slowly lose it through the millenium?
Ancient Egypt started off building very intricate structures and monuments at first, and then went down hill as they "progressed".
The Romans were less advanced than the ancient Egyptians, but they were miles ahead of the Dark Ages of Europe.
Why did the ancient Americans have wheels on toys but not wheels for use? They also did not improve on their knowledge either.
Originally posted by UruFist
But, what always gets me thinking, is the "why" of it. Why did humans feel it was needed to create such huge images in the middle of nowhere? Why did humans feel it was needed to create such enormous, everlasting structures? Why such an obsession with the skies, and visitors? Where did all the ideas come from?