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Originally posted by Hanslune
reply to post by JohnnyCanuckThey were a bit patsy and soft when they came but after 4 weeks they did fine
Originally posted by Tsurugi
reply to post by Hanslune
Oh its easy to test if it were a TV stargate - walk right into it
Like this guy?
Nope, the Maya are right where they have always been, In the Yucatan and surrounding areas. The classical civilization collapsed but they, as a people, are doing just fine.
Once again, my attempt at humor fails. I had hoped, by placing the Mayan comment after the bit about ACME and the Roadrunner cartoons, that it wouldn't be taken serious.
Originally posted by JiggyPotamus
The main thing that I believe contributed to the destruction of these sites, leaving blocks strewn about, is rushing water. That is one of the only forces powerful enough to move such heavy stones, and water has a way of distributing large objects in such a peculiar manner. Kind of similar is how glacial forces can stack rocks into various sized piles, making them look almost man-made.
Originally posted by kavaron
Guys, it's the same story everywhere. I am pretty sure one day we will found out about that ancient civilisation that flourished between 15.000-10.000 BC when a cataclysmic event wiped out that civilisation.
This is why all these ancient remaining monuments look similar. A room in the Great Pyramid was also aligned to receive light from Sirius around 11.000 BC. I believe that this civilisation was the Atlantis whose peiple were living all over the world and were very advanced. No aliens here, just a super advanced ancient civilisation which disappeared after an event.
Originally posted by lostinspace
The other day I saw this photo in a National Geographic magazine on the ancient site of Gobekli in Turkey.
Do you notice the “H” pattern in his belt? It matches the megalithic “H” stone from Puma Punku?
Also, his hand position matches one of the statues you posted.
So far apart, but so similar.