I spend a lot of time reflecting on the ancient wonders of the world. When outside, just walking and looking up to the sky. Especially near dawn, when the sun shines in eerie orange beams across a partly cloudy and many hued blue sky. I wonder if the ancient peoples looked up at that miraculous sky and sought to mimic that beauty here on earth. I think of open air marvels such as the Parthenon and Acropolis when I look up at the sky at dawn.
I also wonder if, maybe they built these things because they could. Knowing these monuments would stand the test of time. Unlike our "modern" building materials today that would hardly last longer than a few centuries, if that. What if these civilizations actually had large metropolises that rivaled our own? Airports, malls, apartment complexes and sky scrapers? Obviously they had the technology to build these and other monuments, feats we still cannot achieve today. Would a metropolis like Chicago or New York survive thousands of years after it inhabitants abandoned it? I doubt it but the pyramids obviously did.
These supposedly primitive civilizations that sheered off the entire top of a mountain. With stone tools, I suppose?
Monuments and cities built at high elevations from stones weighing hundreds or thousands of tons. These stones coming from quarries many dozens or hundreds of miles away? It's obvious to me that technology and indeed a large part of our history has been lost here. Whether you believe in ET's or not, something just doesn't add up.
It's like we're purposely being mislead to believe that we are the epitome of human civilization and the height of engineering. So called experts explain these feats as being done through "primitive" means, yet can't reproduce the results even with their computer models. It's like we're the A.D.D. civilization that can't investigate any one subject for long bec - "oh look, shiney!".
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