posted on Dec, 24 2012 @ 10:18 AM
Originally posted by ganjoa
There are a couple of things about Nazca I can tell you from HAVING BEEN THERE MYSELF.
The abundance of straight lines could have easily been made - what those are for we haven't much of a clue.
The famous Nazca figures are really the object of our inquiry into "how did they do that?" and what they mean...
My intrigue is also with the lines — NOT THE FIGURES. The area is HUGE! It's the outrageous size and over-abundance of the UNNATURAL straight lines,
some of which are geometrically wide and square-ended, that's incredible. There seems to be thousands of lines! Or more! And they're dated tens of
thousands of years old!?
Only problem was I couldn't find the coordinates for that particular "entire mountain tops removed" line (or runway) that Von Daniken described. So
that's why I provided the coordinates — so that people can "go see for themselves" (virtually, via Google Earth).
In my opinion, I don't think the lines could've been easily made. They're too straight, too long, too geometric, too many, too unnatural, and way too
old. That's the mystery right there. The oversized figures, on the other hand, might be more easily explained as something related to the prehistoric
villagers' worshipping of events that they witnessed.
Lazy cynics will just view the short video clip above.
edit on 24-12-2012 by FormerSkeptic because: (no reason given)