posted on Sep, 6 2012 @ 03:58 PM
reply to post by H1ght3chHippie
Hi and thanks for reading and considering what I wrote. (Morecambe and Wise 1970 hehe)
Ritual. You are so right, it is always brought out, BUT, (excuse the caps) it can sometimes be the reason, and the peoples of South America seem to
have had a lot of rituals, think of the child mummies found at the top of mountains, who most probably walked all the way to their glorious death.
But I am not convinced of aliens as the driving force, I fear that man drove a lot of other men to do the work, somehow.
As a later poster has pointed out the first flattened area is not that long, 1/3 of a mile, 600yards/meters and is not level.
I do not seem to have seen anyone state just what sort of rock or earth that area is composed of?
I think that it has been suggested that some of the lines on the plain point to certain important mountains, in some ways associated with water and
they were trying to draw down water to survive? Sure someone will come on and confirm or deny this possibility. I am just using what memory I have
The landscape and its importance to the people is obviously very important and was venerated, so no doubt the organisers of all these features were
the few and others did their bidding. Like all great structures from the past.
There certainly is a lot to be learned about these features.