posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 09:28 AM
Quote "Normally I'll post a location and discuss it's possible origins. Not this time. Earlier today I was talking to a friend of mine and who
jokingly asked why I was so interested in a bunch of junky crumbling old ruins. Which to be honest caught me off guard, then I realized that although
I see what he and others see I do also in fact see the locations in my minds eye as they once were. To be honest, I get frustrated sometimes having to
explain just how sophisticated our ancestors truly were. Hopefully this will get the idea across once and for all that they were many things but not
primitive when it came to engineering their Cities, Temples, Empires and other structures."
I too try to 'see' these structures as they might have looked when at their Zenith in history.
I pride myself internally with the ability to see them as though they were just a short journey to their location and being able to tour there, in
their ancient'real time'. Watch commerce, look at the people, watch their culture in action along with their laws and practices. Their clothing, the
social clicks, pretty much everything that comprises city life.
I also know it rests in the antiquity of time, but looking at all these structures on representative form of their former glory, one can imagine them
as cosmopolitan state of the art. Cutting edge architecture of the time...Modern, even ultra modern. Never before known beauty and
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