posted on Oct, 24 2012 @ 10:48 AM
reply to post by H1ght3chHippie
Cool video exposing the foolishness of "National Geographic" and "Science" attempt to explain away the enigma of Easter Island in a seemingly
deceptive manner once looked at critically. Take one of the smaller examples of the heads, build a flat road on flat terrain, and then walk the
"statue" a few hundred feet. Not many flat areas on Easter Island.
Jo Anne Van Tilburg states herself in the video you posted the natives were "fully capable of raising statues upright on flat ground" What flat ground
is she talking about?
Explanations like this remind me of "Nova" a few years ago building a tiny little Pyramid with comparatively speaking tiny little blocks as a way to
prove the Great pyramid was built in a conventional manner.
Or "Debunking Ancient Aliens", showing an Egyptian relief, of workers moving a stone half the size of the stones at Baalbek in Lebanon, on flat and
level ground as a way to explain away the movement and placement of the Far larger stones. Stones that were moved from the quarry uphill, a mile over
rocky ground with no evidence for a road ever being built there in order to slide the stones on.
No, I dont think every mystery of our past is attributable to Aliens, but maybe Science should just admit they have no clue as to how some of these
megolithic statues and blocks were moved. Why explain away the unexplainable in such a ridiculous manner?
edit on 24-10-2012 by crawdad1914