posted on Oct, 29 2013 @ 01:44 AM
reply to post by Stari
Hi. I am an AA-Theorist as well , and I am off course watching the Ancient Aliens series too. The AA-theory itself should be rather basic, but over
time quite a lot of sub-topics related to the AA-theory has been adopted, thus sadly making room for new critics.
If I was the one who could decide I would perhaps choose to return to the basics, and leave sub-topics like time travelling and corn circles and such
stuff alone. However, a TV series has to be different from debating these things or writing a book about it, because series on TV have to be popular
in order to keep the audience watching. Thus the TV series are stretching the theory to it’s limits and all kind of strange views are (in my
opinion) presented. One should perhaps concentrate on the basics. However. If this series would encourage people to check this theory out and seek
information for themselves, the series does have a purpose.
I agree with you that the Puma Punku site was definitely an ancient alien site. It was of course not bombed to pieces by the aliens like you say.
However since there exist no written history of this site and no evidence other then what’s on the site itself, one has to come up with theories.
My personal theory about this site is that the stone elements that are scattered around this site are pieces of a large mold or molds. Thus this site
could have been an alien factory producing alien tech parts or something like that. That could perhaps explain why the elements are scattered around,
as they served no purpose immediately afterwards. The site then seems to me to have been left in a hurry (for some reasons).
Have you by the way taken a look a the 3D pictures of the different stone elements lying there. These 3D pictures are amazing. I have downloaded them
to my PC myself, and have thus studied them. It is beyond amazing how someone could shape stones like this.
If you want to study some of those stone elements in 3D for yourself, please follow this link.
The person that has made those 3D images of these elements also give us a chance to download them. Just scroll down the page and click on the external
link called 3D Models and start downloading to your PC. The file contains images of 32 stone elements and 2 platforms. The images have DWG file
extension, and requires a DWG-Viewer, a software which can be googled and downloaded for free.