Vatic Note: When one starts digging historically on how we got to where we are today, and studies the ancient writings of history, including the Bible, then one ends up down rabbit holes, that are unexpected and a total surprise, but yet ties into present history. These videos below are more than fascinating. They are a must watch.
This is one such presentation that I consider a must watch, both for scientific reasons, and for historical reasons. Questions arise such as "who had the technology to build and create these structures?" "Why and what was the purpose for them?" "How was it done, and why does it appear that the technology used surpasses anything we have today" and "why did it disappear?"
I have always asked "why did the invaders destroy the Library at Alexandria?" That library was repository for all the technology in almost every field in existance during that time and now all that knowledge is lost to us. It even included medical information that we could have used today.
In researching, I found several answers to that question and most of them were pretty much tied into the politics of the day. However, given other ancient writings the answer may lie with the foreign invaders discussed in the Sumarian and other writings. Just a thought about how and why and where such advanced tech came about.
It was also stated that it wasn't just one big fire, but several. It could be another example of history being controlled by the victors of wars. Anyway, this was very intriguing so its well worth the effort to read and listen to the videos.
Lost Ancient High Technology Of Egypt Before The Pharaohs Part 1
Published on Jul 12, 2014
Contrary to the thoughts of most historians and egyptologists, mounting evidence from engineers, geologists and other scientific minds are revealing the concept that the Sphinx, Great Pyramid and other famous Egyptian works were created 12,000 plus years ago, and that the Dynastic Pharaohs simply inherited them...
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