Something only mentioned briefly and not readdressed in the 15 pages of bickering over the hows and whats and whos of stone cutting is something of
significance called the Fuenta Magna.
Touched on briefly in the episode under discussion, the bowl mentioned does indeed have Sumerian style cuneform writing, as well as proto-semetic
script; two different forms of writing totally out of place and seemingly out of context with the area and cultures associated with it.
There's a thread here on ATS that brings attention to it here: Fuente Magna; Rosetta Stone of
That thread further links to this article: Investigations of Bolivia's Fuenta Magna ...
The items described, though not as impressive as finely cut blocks of stone, are still extremely significant.
No, though since there's cuneform involved the Annunaki lovers will be all over it.
This bowl is significant on several levels as a unifying vehicle for a number of historical anomalies.
Accordingly, due to the nature of this bowl being so out of place and out of context, it was thought and considered a fake for a long time and was
never put on display until 'recently' in the year 2000.
Some things noted about this find in the article are:
1. We are dealing with an object which was made in keeping with Mesopotamian tradition.
2. It contains two texts, one in cuneiform and another Semitic language of possible Sinaitic extraction cuneiform influences.
3. According to the symbols used one would be before an object that evidently shows itself to be from the transitional period between ideographical
writing and cuneiform.
4. Chronologically, this leads us to the 3500/3000 B.C., the Sumerian/Akkadian period.
This find, as well as the supporting evidence in the monolith/oracle also mentioned in the article supports some of the more radical and less accepted
ideas submitted against the common accepted paradigm, that world trade existed, and was more pervasive in pre-Columbian times than most think.
This would indicate that Sumerians were visiting South America.
Blonde haired and fully bearded people of a level of technological achievement above the locals, it would seem, as indicated by this bowl and other
artifacts, was indeed quite possible and also a reality.
Please note, when I say 'level of technological achievement above the locals', I mean more so along the lines of comparison between stone age and
bronze-early iron age levels of separation, NOT Annuaki.
This level of world trade, specifically between the old world and South America, for whatever reason it was done has further supporting evidence in
the existence of Egyptian and other mummies testing positive for a certain South American white powder substance associated with the Coca plant.
The Sumerians were pretty keen with their stone work. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon are legendary as one of the wonders of the world to this day.
Sumerians in South America, mining for tin, and other minerals, exploiting the locals for slave labor, possibly even milking some worship as gods out
of it for their strange white skin, blonde hair, and thick manly beards?
Yes, This bowl, plus the monolith/oracle also described, as well as other artifacts alluded to in the article would support this.
It's much more probable than aliens, that's for sure.
There's your answer.