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Curiously it is very hard to get any information or recent photographs of the ruins on the summit, one taken in 1953 is the best i can come up with!
Originally posted by The GUT
The evidence just continues to build for the historicity of The Watchers, no? Yes.
What remains of those temples is probably down to the standards of Roman engineering, what intrigues me more is who would have ruined the older megalithic sites and strewn the stones around, as most cultures that settled in the region over time i would have expected to have valued the traditions of the area and sites.
Originally posted by lonewolf19792000
When the Dark Ages came, alot of things considered sacred were torn down, their stones and blocks used for making other structures, homes, fortresses, barns and that sort of thing. During that period there were alot of things people stopped caring about in their mad scramble for power and survival. The collapse of civilizations often has this effect, although sometimes areas are preserved due to superstition of a fallen city or civilzation being cursed and peopel will flee that area and never return such as the case of Troy or Carthage.
Originally posted by stupid girl
Originally posted by Kantzveldt
reply to post by Xcouncil=wisdom
It's kind of interesting the land place of the watchers is such an important observation post...
yes, especially since it is physically located at 33 degrees of both latitude and longitude......
Originally posted by vaelamin
I was listening to coast 2 coast am and the guy who was a speaking of nephilims said mount hermon is the polar opposite of roswell? is that true?