posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 09:47 PM
reply to post by SLAYER69
I have been reading ATS for many years, although I rarely post. I have had the opportunity to appreciate some really great contributors, some of whom
are, sadly, no longer around. You are one of those great contributors Slayer and I love your threads. I read each one completely, including all the
replies. This thread in particular has finally clarified, to me, exactly why I love your threads so much.
2. You attend the thread and answer questions but never try to force your opinion or belief down anyone else's throat. Rather, you try to encourage
them to think.
3. You are very open minded which is a trait I highly value in all people. You offer ideas and ask questions but never claim to have all the
4. Your threads and the subsequent replies they generate make me think and allow me to imagine. I love that!
I am glad I took the time to watch the video. Puma Punku is one of my favorite places in the world. I was not aware of the very distinct similarities
at some of the other sites mentioned in that video. While I had always believed Puma Punku to be very separate and much older than Tiwanaku, I had
also believed it to be rather unique. Now I am not so sure and really have to wonder about who built what and when. Unfortunately, the how
beyond my knowing.
Some of the replies in this thread broke my heart. Especially, when it was clear that the contributor had not read the whole thread, your many
responses or had simply misconstrued the original intent. But you always handle them with grace, humor or completely ignore them appropriately. The
people with all the answers and arrogant, hardheaded opinions would only argue with you and I can pretty much ignore them, as well. I simply won't
have anyone do my thinking for me.
I adore you Slayer69 and I loved this thread. (and just so it's not weird - I am a girl) Great reading as always! Can't wait for the next one to see
how you handle the other possible side of story. The Ancient Alien theory is just another one of those things I like to think about and I'm sure