Interesting, but the author didn't mention that the Nazca lines form images of hummingbirds, spiders, monkeys and other shapes. Do the aquifers just happen to follow those shapes?
Here's a link to some aeriel pics of the Nazca lines.
Studies of the four valleys within the Nazca drainage all led to the same conclusion: the Lines of Nazca consistently chart the source and course of aquifers. They are a text without pages imprinted into the landscape, providing the inhabitants of the region, both past and present, with the solution to their water problems.
Preposterous,how stupid you think primitive people were. Shamans ,like myself I guess,get communicated with and are not given nonsense to repeat.But you make the Shaman's son a shaman,when he does not have the ability,so he has to ad lib or perform.
No,the climate changed drastically. But if they wanted rain,there was cloud forest and rain forest just on the other size of that mountain range.Did THEY develope a civilization? No. Savages. The temerate zones is where WE do best.
You can make up all the theories you want,even get some respectable old fogey to utter them.I want to know what the original natives said they were for and what happened.For whatever they said so angered the Conquistadors that they were executed,not laughed at like you did.
Originally posted by stgeorge
If they returned with some treasure,did they get a percentage or something?