posted on Sep, 19 2012 @ 02:14 PM
I always think the same thing when I see things like this. Well, I think the craftsmanship and beauty are great as well, but what I mean is that I
think of how the Roman Empire relates to America now, or any other advanced nation. All of what used to be high technology, extravagant buildings, and
other things, lie under the ground unable to be seen unless someone by chance happens upon them.
The current world we live in, with all its modern conveniences, parallels that ancient time perfectly, and I am convinced that one day all of our
advances and beauty will also lie under the ground, and will one day be stumbled upon by others.
One cannot say with certainty that advanced civilizations didn't exist 20k or more years ago. The remains of their accomplishments could be very deep
in the earth, where we have not found them yet. They wouldn't have been as advanced as we are today, but maybe for their time they were advanced. I
am positive that our current perceptions of the history of man are incorrect. And having seen sasquatch up close and personal, I can say that without
any shred of doubt. I just wish other people would listen. You just want to shake them sometimes and say "listen to me and all these other people,
for God sakes man." But there have also been some discoveries that imply advanced civilizations much earlier than previously thought.