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Originally posted by 1AnunnakiBastard
I guess we can have a slight idea about power tools being used to build those megalithic structures in the Andes, if we take a look at the statues of the so called "Tula" warriors, who according to the local traditions were giant African-like stonemasons always seen in the company of Quetzalcoatl. They are usually depicted bearing something hanging in their waist, that looks A LOT like power tools in holsters.
Of course the naysayers will say that those objects are "fancy chisels", "stone hammers" or perhaps "ceremonial magic wands"...
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Corruptedstructure
The way you posted the link, anyone who clicks it will automatically flag the thread.
Originally posted by jimnuggits
reply to post by Xtrozero
I knew using 90 degrees was too big an oversimplification, but I was trying to make a point. Actually, the precise angle is around 82 degrees, which is even more perplexing than 90.
So, you're saying that the ancients used the equivalent of an emory board to make these gigantic, geometrically perfect building blocks? Have you ever worked with stone?
Originally posted by randyvs
reply to post by Phage
Do you think the ancients believed the earth was flat Phag ? Since you are so rarely stating your case it would be of great interest to know your position on this.