posted on Aug, 12 2012 @ 01:22 PM
Why is it considered normal for us to reach in our pocket, pull out a small object, push a few buttons and talk directly to a friend or loved one,
millions of miles away, yet it is unbelievable that ancient peoples could build massive monuments from enormous stone blocks.
It has been theorized that the ancients had an energy source and it was lost to us through time. It has been said that pyramids and obelisk were tools
for communication. If pyramids and obelisks were wireless transmitters, the ancients would have had a universal energy source. Maybe even a galactic
energy source. The problem as I see, is not the knowledge gap. It is the time gap.
When and what happened to stop the progressive transfer of knowledge from one generation to another. Even if there was a war, it would not explain the
huge gap in the transfer of knowledge. Something catastrophic had to have happened to remove almost all the people from the earth, leaving only those
too young to know enough of technology to pass it on.
If only the children were left alive, who cared for the children? There surely would not have been enough numbers to ensure a re-population of the
earth. I know the stories of Noah and the ark, but there were not enough people or animals on the biblical ark to repopulate the earth in the time
frame given. Unless the ark was some huge mother-ship that house a couple of million Noahs or housed a couple million Adam and Eve toddlers. I don’t
I know all the common beliefs for the prior earth catastrophes, but there is a lot that just does not compute. Even if we are left with basic survival
being our primary goal. Someone is going to remember electricity and try everything they have and more to recreate it. It would not take another
thousand years plus to get back to square one.
I must be missing something because none of it is making much sense to me. I just can’t seem to connect the dots.