posted on Aug, 12 2012 @ 01:55 PM
reply to post by FoosM
#1. Stepped pyramids? It is no feat of imagination to adore a pyramid with steps on the outside of it. Chances are, you will find to civilizations who
decided to do this independently.
#2. The snake is one of the most archaic symbols in human history. Just about every culture had a reference to them. The snake symbology is most
likely a reference to the northern/southern lights or humans almost instinctual dislike of snakes.
#3. Arch doorway - very common, also a very structurally sound way of creating a door. Not terribly creative either.
#4. fearsome to you maybe? Do we know these are supposed to instill fear in their viewers? all ancient cultures loved to adorn their architecture in
art. why not? this is nothing more than a simple coincidence, and im sure you can find many examples of this in other cultures.
#5. Again, the serpent is an extremely common archaic symbol.
#6. do we know the mayan dude is harnessing spiritual energy? I always thought this was a reference to mans ability to do things with his hands
unlike every other creature. either way I dont see how this has to be a conspiracy and not just a coincidence.
#7. and? is it impossible for separate cultures to have similiar ideas? especially when those ideas are fairly simple.
#8. Elephants are some of the largest land animals and im sure we learned long ago to respect these creatures for their raw power. Also, elephants
were all over the world, including South America. Its not surprising that both of these cultures would incorporate this into their artwork.
#9 Again, Im pretty sure most people who were clever enough to build these temples were clever enough to think "hey lets make this doorway look like a
mouth". If i were to build a temple, I'd do it too, cause its badass bro!
#10. Another example of archaic artwork. This symbol and its variations are found ALL over the world. This is an example of what you may know of
as the "Cross of the zodiac". image of CoZ. Anyone who has watched Zeitgeist will see
this. If you count the indents, you will notice they all have 12. And I am fairly positive the indentation design is to symbolize the sun and its
crown of thorns. Again, this symbol is one of the oldest designs in human history.
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