Skip to comments.'Lost towns' discovered in Amazon
Posted on 09/19/2008 4:43:17 AM PDT by Renfield
A remote area of the Amazon river basin was once home to densely populated towns, Science journal reports.
The Upper Xingu, in west Brazil, was once thought to be virgin forest, but in fact shows traces of extensive human activity.
Researchers found evidence of a grid-like pattern of settlements connected by road networks and arranged around large central plazas....
(Excerpt) Read more at news.bbc.co.uk ...
Is it just me? Or does it irk you too when they make statements like this?
Everything in the past did not have to exist to satisfy pagan religious rituals.
The roads are designed that way because that would give them the most LIGHT through the trees for the most amount of time throughout the year...
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Thanks Renfield. Topics about this have been posted before, but it has been a slow week for GGG. :')
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Golly. I don’t understand why folks find proof of ancient civilizations something to be wondered at.
Remember that God scattered the people of the world at the Tower of Babel. And there are 12 tribes of Israel, so where are the rest of them?
That’s right. All those farmers planting their fields to line up with the summer solstice, or is it 90 deg. from the summer solstice? Either way, it must be some pagan ritual.
Except for the Protestants, it's 45 deg. and no dancing allowed.