posted on Sep, 5 2012 @ 06:50 PM
reply to post by R0CKY
I agree. The gradient on the mountain with the flat-top is at less of a pitch than surrounding mountains. I was going to comment that the
whereabouts of this mountain top soil is not the issue here. They simply blended the material right there.
The question remains is HOW and WHY they accomplished this feat.
The Nazca lines really are one of the worlds most fascinating mysteries. It is fun to think about aliens, gods, slaves, gold, etc. Secrets of Gold
and it's acncient and cosmic uses are fascinating as well. One has to wonder how advanced man was in South America and the ancient Peruvian
Civilization. These feats are no easier today with our exponential population and technology.
One also wonders of knowledge lost due to wars, disease, famines, disasters and the like.
Also one wonders if Machu Picchu contained an "Alexandrian" type library that may have housed ancient knowledge.
It is frustrating to have holes in our history but suspect that there are those who possess some of this hidden knowledge through subterfuge or
blackmarket type collections.
Remember there ARE art collections, historic artifacts, jewels, treasures, etc. that are in the hands of VERY wealthy families and unaccessible to the