posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 12:47 AM
As always, excellent write-up. It is obvious that this subject, and related subjects, interest you greatly, and I think that is part of the reason you
write them so well. Anyway, I also believe that many ancient blocks were poured rather than moved, but that is for another discussion I suppose. It
truly is a travesty that so much history has been lost, and I find it hard for anyone to make any claims regarding these sites, since they have been
so mutilated by many different generations of people.
I did not know that there had been so much reconstruction based on what seem to be flights of fancy, and it is saddening. The 15,000 BCE date does not
seem that far-fetched to me, and I think contamination of many ancient sites has resulted in inaccurate C14 dating. 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.