Friday, 14 November 2008

Nazca and Mayans

In Peru around the same period God and his people were known to be on earth a tribe called the Nazcas suddenly appeared approximately (200.B.C. till 600.A.D.) They were another strange tribe with advanced knowledge and as a great majority of them were priests worshipping God, how did they know of God or the stars and, also there were similarities to the Pharaohs in their buildings which were pyramid in shape. There were no known means of communication to cover the distance between these races over all that land and sea. Was this a tribe from the same planet or constellation as the Pharaohs, landed on a different part of our world? Archaeologists have credited the Nazcas for the strange markings in the Peruvian Desert assuming they were enlarged from the sacred designs on their garments whereas I tend to think it was vice versa. I give credit to Gods commanders for marking out the land in such a decorative way, using some of them to show the Nazcas where in the galaxy they came from, while using others as navigational markers and a landing place for future ships when they arrived with more evacuees to settle in the same area. Other possibilities could be that the creatures drawn there are a hieroglyphic type of way, naming the place as a reference for landings or simply decoration beside their landing strip. The idea that these lines were used by spaceships is nothing new as Arthur C Clark in his books about mysteries and Erich Von Daniken in his book “Chariots of the Gods” also thought this. The Nazcas copied the designs onto their garments, making them a more reasonable size while keeping them closer to their person, hence the reason their garments were so sacred to them. Regardless of what some, experts think these lines were marked out for, it is obvious they were meant to be seen or used from the sky as that is the only way that you get the full benefit of them. They are so immense they have no impact whatsoever on land and were never noticed until men flew over them. To me the Nazcas were not the only race to he brought here by Gods commanders, and as they worshiped a supreme God, it makes me think it was ‘God” himself that brought them here and not one of his commanders. All the nations who have met Gods people have felt humble in their midst, because they knew these people were the true masters of the universe so, was it any wonder they worshiped them.
The Nazcas struggled for survival in South America,while Gods commanders and crews took more interest in the Pharaohs and helped them establish their cities and culture on earth, over thousands of years (B.C.) assisting with the amazing wonders we can still witness there, like the temple at Luxor and the Sphinx and even though the Sphinx is thought to be much older than the pyramids God’s crews were still around to influence even that.
In comparison the Nazcas were neglected and could not make it without more help from Gods people. By the time they returned to aid them it was too late and all that they could do was cover the cities and surrounding remains, with the dust of the desert, leaving only the navigational markings as guidance for future visits.
Mayans were another race who had great knowledge of the skies and some say they originated as early as 2600 B.C. which is around the same period as the Pharaohs but it is still a mystery as to how they new so much about the stars, yet so little about the earth they lived on and how to survive here. They are deemed to have flourished for years then suddenly through lack of water and food allowed their nation to dwindle out but why, would people of their intelligence let this happen and not move on to survive somewhere else? Was this another race brought here by God and his commanders from a planet under threat from extinction?
People are still trying to interpret the markings around their ruined cities and they are still a race that puzzles mankind but the common denominator among these races is the fact that they knew a lot more about the stars than we do today.
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