Gobekli Tepe… It has no business being there.
I don’t know how civilization started, but one thing I do know for sure–this dagnabbed computer had nothing to do with it!
I’m having rather a hard time with this machine today, it doesn’t want to cooperate in any way. Yes, I know I’ve run this post before. Crikey, I’m lucky I can run any posts at all, the way this thing is acting up.
Maybe computers made some ancient civilizations… fail. Disappear, go extinct, turn into piles of junk.
I wouldn’t be the least bit surprised.
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“When Noah stepped off the ark, he brought with him a bit of antediluvian technology (construction, shipbuilding, and other technologies). The descendants of Noah retained at least for a while some of his knowledge and skills. At the scattering and dispersal of nations during the judgment at the tower of Babel, some of this knowledge was carried with them. This information was used to build the great ancient civilizations that all seemed to sprout simultaneously about 3,000 to 4,000 years ago in Egypt, Assyria, Babylonia, and empires in the Americas such as the Inca, Aztec, and Maya civilizations. These early cultures had advanced metallurgy technologies that enabled them to produce bronze tough as steel and other alloyed metals, and to make enough electricity to manufacture aluminum and to electroplate objects with gold and silver.
These early post-flood civilizations were also able to lift (and move great distances) impressive size blocks of stone (some well in excess of 100 tons), for they had sophisticated lifting machinery at their disposal. You may witness some of their work at ancient cities such as Tiahuanaco in Bolivia and Sacsahuaman, located near the present-day city of Cuzco, Peru. What was so impressive about their stone wall and building construction was their precise cutting and fitting of irregular, oddly shaped blocks of stone, each of which weighed many tons. Many of these earthquake-proof walls still stand after thousands of years. Even today, long after their construction, a sheet of paper cannot be slipped between the blocks.
The rapid advance (from seemingly out of nowhere) of many civilizations in the past is a puzzle to many. In David Hatcher Childress’s book, Technology of the Gods: The Incredible Science of the Ancients, he discusses seemingly out-of-place, puzzling ancient technology. He presents his case in this introduction:
…In this book we will explore the many bits of evidence that lead us to the astounding conclusion that ancient man was virtually as sophisticated as we are today–at least someone, from somewhere, was here using high technology. This technology included everything from electricity to heavy machinery and aircraft.
The topics of ancient flight, ancient atomic wars, ancient electricity and such, will seem odd to many people…yet, as we shall see, there is a lot of evidence pointing to a technologically advanced past. Every culture in the world seems to have legends of ancient flight and a golden civilization before our time.”
– Chapter 12 “Reindeer Don’t Fly” –
Have you seen any of this “Chris and Ester” videos on YouTube, touring the insides of the Pyramids? Amazing construction argues for amazing technology.
I don’t know if I have seen any “Chris and Ester” videos, but I do watch a lot of like-minded videos dealing with ancient technology, giants, and so forth.
I just looked up “Chris and Ester” videos. They sure have a lot of videos dealing with this. I am going to be spending some time watching them. Thanks for the information.