posted on Mar, 17 2012 @ 12:59 PM
Originally posted by 1AnunnakiBastard
One of the best episodes of all seasons, so far. The crew dedicated the entire episode to scrutinize the megalithic buildings of Puma Punku, in the
highest area of Peruvian Andes.
It may be in the Andes, but it's in Bolivia, not Peru.
The most astonishing structures every registered in ancient civilizations, because is the only one that present visible and clear signs of
hi-tech machinery crafting in giant blocks with hundreds of tons, assembled as legos.
No, they do not have clear signs of hi-tech machinery,
they look like rock cut with hi-tech machinery but do not show any clear signs of any tools that may have been used.
I read some years ago a book by a British explorer, Percival Harrison Fawcett, in which he told a story that someone told him, about some birds that
made their nests in perfectly round holes in rocks. Apparently, the birds used the leaves from a plant to rub the rock in a circular movement, then
they would make a hole in the rock, supposedly softened by the leaves. That same person told that he knew of a case in which a guy went through some
plants to get his horse, and when he got there most of his spurs were melted away, and when asked he confirmed that he had passed through a group of
plants with red leafs.
Does that mean that there is (was) a plant in that area (the area in that book was, if I'm not mistaken, the Brazilian-Bolivian border) that the
ancients used to make rock as soft as clay, making it easier to work with?
They also made new tests with actual RC replicas of the notorious aerial vehicles reproduced in gold models by the ancient Incas, that
archeologists claim they are "stylized birds", and proved AGAIN they are fully functional AIRCRAFTS.
Those models, as usual, do not look
exactly like the small gold objects that they are supposed to mimic, and to me they look like flying fishes, not birds.
And they managed to make the connection of Puma Punku with the Sumerians and the Anunnaki, by using an artifact exposed in a Peruvian museum,
which is a ceramic bowl with several Sumerian cuneiform glyphs carved all over its surface.
What does it say?
PS: I will look for an online version of that book.