posted on Jul, 27 2012 @ 09:56 AM
Looking at photos of some of these ancient sites (especially the ones in South America), I can't help but feel that these structures were constructed
out of fear. Why use such massive stone blocks with no gaps or mortar in between, while making them earthquack proof?! Perhaps, the great flood took
many generations to finally engulf the entire earth after the last ice age, and the remaining inhabitants had no choice but to build way up on top of
mountains for survival. They also used massive blocks so that the rising waters and accompanying earthquacks would not penetrate or push these blocks
inward killing the population inside. It seems to me that earth had a thriving civilization during or before the last ice age, but had to endure some
horrible conditions for many centuries after the ice melted. Eventually, the survivors were able to leave these protective areas, but without the
knowledge of how they were actually built by their ancestors.
I tend to believe that humans have a tendancy to develop and perfect something out of necessity. We strove hard and put our brains, effort and money
into reaching the moon, and we accomplished this task. Our computer technology keeps increasing at a geometric pace because we are putting the time,
effort and resources into developing this technology further. Therefore, I don't think it's that hard to believe that humans were able to build
these massive stone structures at some point within our past. However, the first question that needs to be asked is "why" were these structures
built with such enormous stones, instead of "how". For instance, if these semi-advanced ancients (meaning no cars or computer technology) were
faced with such catastrophe that completely destroyed their cities along the shores, their next inclination would have been to rebuild away from areas
with rising waters. However, if these new dwellings were also destroyed via massive earthquakes and floods, then their next step would've been to
build either underground or way up on top of mountains. Not only that, but since their less than adequate construction was destroyed many times
before, they had no choice but to use massive blocks with no mortar to eliminate seepage, water pressure against the walls, and earthquakes. I don't
want to sound crazy here, but also perhaps against some sort of technology that we call magic today.
Perhaps as time went by and the less sophisticated population began to reinhabit the earth, some of these cultures came out of their hiding places and
helped earth re-establish again. With remnants of past knowledge still in their back pockets, their wisdom was important in helping some of the post
flood ancient civilizations get a head start. Perhaps some even thought of themselves as gods among the primitive people that inhabited the earth.