posted on Oct, 11 2012 @ 06:38 PM
reply to post by WanDash
I like the quotations, they're cute.
I think this "site" may be ancient, due to the rich ancient history of Egypt, as for why I think it is buried, Id have to say the half buried,
3/4ths of a building on the far right side of the picture.
Im very aware that they are lines and right angles in nature.
Id have to say after 6 hours of searching the Egyptian desert mile by mile via Google Maps, Ive come across a few natural lines and right angles,
however, this particular grid "anomaly" doesnt really match up with all the lines and angles Ive come across searching the rest of the desert.
Infact, Id have to say the only thing I saw similar to this is the well known ruins near Giza.
And I never said I researched the area, or was looking for Alexander the Great.
I simply said I tried to find information on this particular location, and the only thing I came across on Google when I searched "Buried ruins near
Siwa, Egypt", I came across an article of an archeaologist who claims to have found the tomb of Alexander the Great near Siwa, Egypt.
I was just stating the only information I could find ANY ruins near Siwa.
Now, perhaps instead of trying to insult my intelligence, you can see if you can find anything on what we may happen to be looking at.