posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 04:10 PM
reply to post by Big Raging Loner
You wrote pretty much what was going through my mind when I read through the thread, which gets longer every time I start reading, its so fascinating!
I believe ancient homo sapiens sapiens was very different in his awareness of life and especially the earth. Perhaps we only see part of his creative
genius when we look at cave paintings because we either don't look, or recognize his amazing artistry implanted on the landscapes where he
transformed them to the shapes he wanted. A prime example of this is the Glastonbury Zodiac (which can only be seen from 5 miles up (Mary Caine and
Katherine Emma Maltwood books). This zodiac is very large it spreads around the Glastonbury Tor and is on obviously very sacred, albeit wet land.
How ancient man, without many facets of our modern technology, managed all that feat demanded is astounding. That's why I can see the possibility of
his utilising the land is Bosnia no trouble whatsoever. I tended to think of pyramids as the, dare I say, traditionally constructed ones in South
America or Egypt. They are made up of precision carved blocks not etched into the landscape. (I only saw the egg-shaped ones when I read through this
I am not surprised about the reticense concerning these pyramids, their age and location, because they upset not only so many sacred cows such as the
biblical idea of the age of God's creation of man but they breach the stalwark's team effort of persuading us that mankind started in Africa and
migrated to the West. We probably will always be in difficulty with this because much of the surface of the earth suffers major traumas through: ice
ages, floods, earthquakes, vulcanic eruption, tsunamis etc - any of these, or a number of them occur, there is precious little evidence left on the
surface + the debris can be carried for miles.
If you consider other ancient phenomena such as Nan Modal, situated roughly halfway between Hawaii and the Philippines, part of whose structure can be
dated due to the rise in sea level around l2,000 years ago. These ancient peoples transported over water and lifted 25 ton stone logs at least thirty
feet above a flinty coral base in the middle of the ocean then manipulated sixty ton blocks into the walls. They also quarried 250 million tons of
stone to build a city of towers and canals. (Frank Joseph).
Many countries had the dreaded hand of Rome erase their pasts, my country Briton especially so. It does not take a mind reader to understand that
Rome's papacy has confiscated every bit of ancient knowledge the merry freaks in frocks could get their hands on and probably along with that, much
of the artifacts that 'embarrassed' the ideals they were peddling. That also could well have involved demolition and landscape gardening.