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Originally posted by shushu
If you study the perimeter and the general area surrounding the perimeter... they look like abandoned homesteads to me.
Originally posted by Versa
reply to post by SLAYER69
This one interesting, it seems to show a row of standing stones? I cant remember where the famous row of standing stones is but its somewhere in south america and its aligned to the equinoxes if I remember correctly? I wonder if this is something similar or the same?
A mysterious set of monuments in Peru make up the oldest solar observatory in the Americas, according to a new study. The 2,300-year-old Thirteen Towers of Chankillo were used for marking the sun's position throughout the year—an activity that was part of the sun-worshipping culture of the Inca, the study authors said. The large stone towers are arranged in a line along a ridge near Chankillo, a walled hilltop ruin north of Lima.
Originally posted by SLAYER69
reply to post by Arken
Well that's a rather interesting pic.
Do you have the Google Coordinates so we can check it and the surrounding area out?
Yes, of course, friend....but....there is some problem with this image.
After a search in my portfolio image, I discover that this one is not not from Google Earth....but Google MARS
IT CAMES FROM MARS!