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    Did Earth Have Technology in the Past Greater Than Ours Today?

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    Heard of the concept before (like ancient technology, probly learned from aliens, folks who were more in touch with their "third eye" etc.)

    Whatcha think? Are we at the most technologically advanced stage or did we have better moments?

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    I certainly think so. No way we are the first civilization on this planet. Too many colossal artifacts and constructions.
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    There may have been civilizations that rivaled our pre-industrial revolution society. But not the current technological society. If there had been they would have used up all the oil, iron, copper and every other finite natural resource before us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ęmeric View Post
    If there had been they would have used up all the oil, iron, copper and every other finite natural resource before us.
    Or they were advanced enough not to do that. If we would know exactly what technologies they used, for sure we would use them today as well, but we don't know, so...

    It's obvious there were past civilizations that were much more advanced than us... I have no doubt about it. We live in some sort of dark ages today... Just look around, and look at the planet! We had ancient civilizations far better than that (and there are proofs)!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ęmeric View Post
    There may have been civilizations that rivaled our pre-industrial revolution society. But not the current technological society. If there had been they would have used up all the oil, iron, copper and every other finite natural resource before us.
    You are operating on the false premise that a past civilisation would have felt the need to rely on such resources. Indeed man's rape of sacred Mother Earth and his use of energy systems that are destroying the ecology of the planet is indicative of how primitive modern 'civilisation' is in comparison to the great civilisations of many thousands of years ago whose existence is demonstrated in archaeological remains and the mythologies of all pre-Christian peoples who (unlike Abrahamic 'civilisations') lived in relative balance with Mother Earth. We do not need to rely upon coal, gas and oil etc when Mother Nature has freely given us the benefits of wind, solar rays and the waves. Man must mend his ways and learn to live in harmony with Mother Earth or She will ultimately destroy us.

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    I would say no, but the ancients and prehistoric men did have simple, superior methods we have long forgotten and that we ourselves are only able to rival with 21st century technology today - and perhaps that's not even always the case. Some would say we can't replicate the Great Pyramid of Gizeh. You can't get a needle in between those stones blocks that make up the Great Pyramid!



    This is how mainstream archeology says the Egyptians molded their stones (the image above), taking us for a ride.

    All you have to do is look at these stone structures around the world with an open mind to know that something is seriously wrong with this explanation. Experimental archeology has already revealed simpler and faster methods - a metal saw gliding across a layer of sand strewn on top of the stones will mold them as you wish.





    It boggles the mind! These blocks were not sculpted to perfection with a hammer and a chisel nor was massive manpower involved nor an infinite amount of time. And obviously each block is unique - selected and crafted - with one purpose in mind: to fit in the wall. You can't push a credit card between the stones of the Cuzco structure, which is what you're looking at. And it wasn't built by the Incas, they said so themselves, that is what they told the Spanish invaders. The structure is much older.

    Stonehenge too wasn't built through pulling and pushing stones around - again, there are videos on YT of one guy moving a Stonehenge sized stone around by himself and all he uses is one piece of wood to roll them from one place to the next - it goes pretty fast too. It's pretty obvious to me that prehistoric man had a similar simple method to accomplish such undertakings.

    Coral Castle is one of America's enduring enigmas - for those who are interested in these matters - look into it. An eccentric man who claimed to know the secret of the builders of Stonehenge is responsible for creating the entire castle (the image below) singlehandedly. He took his secret with him to his grave, he didn't use any specialized equipment to do what he did, nothing of note was ever found in his toolshed. If he could figure out how to do it, prehistoric man could do so too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chlodovech View Post
    obviously each block is unique - selected and crafted - with one purpose in mind: to fit in the wall. You can't push a credit card between the stones of the Cuzco structure, which is what you're looking at. And it wasn't built by the Incas, they said so themselves

    Yes, these kinds of stone shapes were used in many locations and seem to be designed to better withstand earthquakes. These interlocking shapes were designed this way on purpose as opposed to just laying the same bricks over and over in a wall (as our "modern" civilization does).

    In one of the videos on Egypt and other areas, the signs of saw-type machines being used is evident (possibly large rotary blades driven by various gears to gain speed - at the other end just horses or camels or humans could have turned the axis

    One enormous obelisk that never got fully separated from the ground stone and shows signs of deep drilled holes and saw blade cuts in the stone.


    Those many stone vases (made out of an extremely hard kind of stone) would be very difficult to create even today with our modern drills.

    There is a lot of information pointing to there being methods other than copper chisel and enormous man-hours used.

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    There are some alleged hints at flying machines in some old writings from India and one ancient city that supposedly reveals it was destroyed by massively destructive weapons (atomic?). I forget the names but maybe someone knows more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chlodovech View Post
    simpler and faster methods

    Saw an interesting explanation on some youtube channel, forgot the name of it... Anyways, they proposed that a chemical substance was used to soften the stone, making it easier to work and also, if placed in a softened state, it would fit in perfectly without leaving any gaps. I'll post it if I manage to find it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenrune View Post
    There are some alleged hints at flying machines in some old writings from India and one ancient city that supposedly reveals it was destroyed by massively destructive weapons (atomic?). I forget the names but maybe someone knows more.
    Guess you mean Mohenjo-Daro in Pakistan. The hightened radioactivity level however results from an accident in a modern nuclear power plant, which was long wiped under the carpet.

    Indeed, Indish scripts contain quite a few paintings of flying machines like this amazing flying tent, that appears to have rotators on all corners like helicopters have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gefjon View Post
    Heard of the concept before (like ancient technology, probly learned from aliens, folks who were more in touch with their "third eye" etc.)

    Whatcha think? Are we at the most technologically advanced stage or did we have better moments?
    No, we are technologically the most advanced as we are now. And it's getting better(self landing space rockets).

    I personally don't believe in aliens, at least not the Hollywood ones who visited our planet. There might be life on other planets, but I don't think they're the super intelligent humanoid shaped ones who'd travel in space to help "backwards" civilisations to put some ridiculous heavy stones on top of each other. It doesn't make any sense whatsoever.

    Some claimed to have proof that we were visited. But in reality nothing is proven. And it's thanks to History Channel, or interwebz conspiracy sites that people start to believe in ancient astronauts and such. Because of some unimaginable weird theories have grown due to old engravings and paintings, doesn't mean it's the truth.
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