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Ancient monoliths, temples, sites, artifacts
May 10, 2019
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Although I'm a firm believer of alien visitations past & present, I find it astounding that mainstream scientists etc continually debunk certain archeological sites such as Puma punku etc as purely clever ancient mankind using huge manpower and as yet "unknown cutting/transportation of materials ".... I fully agree ancient civilisations had to use huge manpower to build monuments/temples, etc but when are they going to have to admit that certain sites and monuments throughout the world couldn't have been built or fashioned with the tools & technologies at the time, Puma punku a classic example... perfectly obvious to me that the ancient alien theory make more common sense and better evidence then ancient tribes or neanderthal man with primitive tools....

April 19, 2020
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There is no evidence pointing towards "ancient aliens" constructing Puma punku. While I won't pretend to know exactly how the Tiwanaku built such precise architecture I'm not so naive as to say it was impossible for them to do so. The site was occupied only from about 400 BC to 1000 AD, with the culture really developing at around 500 AD. The Parthenon in Ancient Greece was built in 447 BC, and it's precision is equivalent to that of Puma punku. This is echoed all over the ancient world; Persepolis was built by the Persians in 518 BC, and the Udayagiri caves were built by the Gupta Empire around 500 AD, and yet none of these other sites are being used as evidence of "ancient aliens." These were all built around 1000 years of each other, which is a tiny sliver of time in the grand scheme of things. Further, at Puma punku archaeologists have found the mines where the stones would have been extracted and carried up the river to their resting site today. The fact is that the architecture at Puma punku, while extraordinary, is by no means unique and beyond the means of the ancient civilizations who built them. 

The claim that "mainstream scientists etc continually debunk certain archeological sites such as Puma punku etc as purely clever ancient mankind using huge manpower" is a gross twisting of the narrative; mainstream archaeologists investigate what happened at a site and if the facts they discover don't support "ancient alien" theories, people claim they are lying or covering it up. Is it more likely that the entire scientific community, consisting of millions of people, is maintaining a lie or that the "experts" on theblackvault.com and the History Channel don't know how to read archaeological evidence?

September 12, 2019
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Leslie watson said
Although I'm a firm believer of alien visitations past & present, I find it astounding that mainstream scientists etc continually debunk certain archeological sites such as Puma punku etc as purely clever ancient mankind using huge manpower and as yet "unknown cutting/transportation of materials ".... I fully agree ancient civilisations had to use huge manpower to build monuments/temples, etc but when are they going to have to admit that certain sites and monuments throughout the world couldn't have been built or fashioned with the tools & technologies at the time, Puma punku a classic example... perfectly obvious to me that the ancient alien theory make more common sense and better evidence then ancient tribes or neanderthal man with primitive tools....  

(The Question is about Nuclear Weapons)

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When certain monoliths are destroyed, a blue light is released in the sky.

You must kill and destroy those genetic lines and many places to solicit god in the sign of divorce for this generation, or nothing.  There is only one valid answer.

The first Nuclear Exchanges next year, will be at monolith sites, before people are openly targeted. (this is real)................Don't feel bad at all, if the nuclear exchanges begin, its good to see humanity just die based on the strength of my testimony alone in its pleasure with me, in suicides, but have no confidence in that, prepare for what is to become necessary.

April 19, 2020
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Leslie watson said
Although I'm a firm believer of alien visitations past & present, I find it astounding that mainstream scientists etc continually debunk certain archeological sites such as Puma punku etc as purely clever ancient mankind using huge manpower and as yet "unknown cutting/transportation of materials ".... I fully agree ancient civilisations had to use huge manpower to build monuments/temples, etc but when are they going to have to admit that certain sites and monuments throughout the world couldn't have been built or fashioned with the tools & technologies at the time, Puma punku a classic example... perfectly obvious to me that the ancient alien theory make more common sense and better evidence then ancient tribes or neanderthal man with primitive tools....

  

I would imagine that mainstream scientist debunk sites as clever ancient mankind making amazing things because mankind has an ingenious way of figuring out how to do things. Experimental archaeologists have figured out surprisingly simple ways for pre-industrial man to have created things like mass structures (pyramids, structures at Puma Punku, etc), especially in recent times. The use of wood wedges combined with mallets or hammers (wood or otherwise) allow for the relatively easy, if time-consuming, splitting of large stone blocks. Devices consisting only of wood and stone can be used to check for square--to make sure that stones are set at specific angles or to make sure a cut is square and/or level. There are actually several really good documentaries about this if you go hunting past Ancient Aliens on History or other Discovery networks.

I also need to note that the timeline you're implying is a little skewed--many sites were built during the stone or bronze ages, and ALL of them were built after the Neanderthals either died out or interbred with homo sapiens and disappeared as a distinct offshoot of the genus homo.

As for moving stones, never underestimate the power of only a few ingenious individuals. Sites like Easter Island were man-made (sorry), with small groups of only a few people moving the massive statues (dragging them using slings to help distribute the load) and then tilting them up into place. It would be relatively easy to do at many of these sites.

The rejection of ancient alien theories stems from the fact that there is no unequivocal evidence that proves that they were here, and I'm sure you could throw many examples at me with regard to potential pieces of evidence, but I'm sorry to tell you that much of this evidence has been explained in other ways, too. The lack of evidence of visitations doesn't mean that they happened because we want them to have happened and just can't prove it or just haven't found it, it means they probably didn't happen, especially in the light of other, less fantastical explanations for things (which are no less unusual or wonderful, just more terrestrial).

The idea that ancient man needed someone else to come down from on high and tell us how to do things downplays the long processes of evolution and learning that humankind as a collective has gone through over the centuries since homo sapiens became homo sapiens.

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