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Originally posted by Shadow Herder
reply to post by asmall89
Some say a great catastrophe happend in the Americas aroun 12000 years ago. Such as a meteor strike over carolina, rapid ice melt from the ice age sheet. Mega tsuanmis, days, months of perpetual darkness and rains.
Dont take my word for it. Here are hundreds of ancient stories that did survive.
You will see that something happened to us. Something so great as to make us forget ourselves, our past. This is fact.
Originally posted by SMR
Why are we still on the "floating rocks" quest when the more important issue here is the precise cuts and drilled holes. I want to see sound waves and acoustics cut and drill into rock in a precise manor like that of the rocks at Puma Punku.
modern experiment during WWII shows that how primitive people encounter advanced people and they create religion and god
Originally posted by Voldster
So written language is a stepping stone to advanced technology? We didn't need written language to create fire to stay warn and to cook. Just one example of many...
Originally posted by buster2010
How does a race of people who didn't even have a written language supposed to come up with the concept of a sonic drill?
Also moving the rocks by magnetism is lodestone native to that area?
Oh, I guess Aliens gave us fire, too.
Originally posted by Aqualung2012
Sigh... every single building today has detailed blueprints, dimensions, weights and construction procedures (granted they aren't engraved into the walls, but you bet they exist.)
Every single heavy construction machine has manuals, production standards, etc etc.
On one hand you say that they are "depicted using tools," and then you say "why would they do that?"
What they DID describe (in detail) is how the Gods came and interacted with them and imparted this motivation/ability unto them. Let me ask you: why would they do THAT?
Originally posted by gimpy327
Are you forgetting all the handed down oral and written stories from the ancients stating that the gods that came from the sky, sun and stars built them or gave them the tools necessary to do it?
Originally posted by demongoat
Originally posted by newcovenant
reply to post by Shadow Herder
I think it is sort of sad there is a whole lot of people out there who are afraid to accept the details and information given by credible people with first hand accounts and witness testimony.
There is a difference between awaiting tangible proof and out of hand dismissal.
Very pathetic and almost unbelievable how many people will not accept "we are being visited by extraterrestrials" until the government and MSM tells them it's happening!
pathetic? in what way is it pathetic? because YOU believe it therefor everyone else must, or we are a bunch of morons?
sorry to break it to you but you guys have no evidence, not a shred of evidence for your claims, and the inverse seems more supported . trying to claim that the monuments are proof is hardly evidence when other explanations are just as plausible and have real evidence.
arguments from incredulity and ignorance are not real arguments, which seems to be a common failing of a lot of people on this thread, just because you can't fathom humans doing it doesn't mean aliens must have done it.
i would think if the ancients had met with alien lifeforms they would be more prolific about documenting things.
i don't need the government or the MSM to tell me the AA "theory" is a farce, it rests on ignorance, lack of education, denial and twisting of facts,
nothing says failure like claiming that the people who spend their lives learning about a subject are wrong, simply because you think a statue, artifact, or image looks like a space craft or alien, even though you have no education in archaeology or ancient cultures.
edit on 20-3-2012 by demongoat because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Shadow Herder
Originally posted by ShadowOblivionX
Gonna have to say I disagree. If we once had advanced technologies of any type and they were then forgotten then wouldn't they have developed again in the natural evolution of technology? We still cannot move 100 ton blocks of stone with any type of technology other than pure mechanical yet we are almost at quantum computing. To me, the ancient structures point to non-human interaction. I think the newest episode of Ancient Aliens puts forth some very good evidence for this.
Who ever thought you can vibrate a rock or find its resonance and make it lighter or vibrate across a surface using forks or sound like horns or chanting.
Its interesting that you say that this is far out of the grasp of man and cant fathom man achieving this in the past but you resort that ancient beings from space did it.
Sounds and vibrations dont need alien tech. We have lost the knowledge or discarded for other methods the ability to lift stones of great weight. We think we need to move weight with brute force power when invisible forces can easily do what no machine cant.
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