The Nazca Lines are a group of very large geoglyphs made in the soil of the Nazca Desert in southern Peru. They were created between 500 BCE and 500 CE by people making depressions or shallow incisions in the desert floor, removing pebbles and leaving differently colored dirt exposed. The glyphs are drawn on rough terrain and can reach 1.1km across.
- Why did people (at the time) draw massive geoglyph's that could only be viewed from above?
- Considering the terrain and the accuracy needed to make every line perfectly visible, the question needs to be asked, were the natives using help from external forces? (such as UFO's or dimensional beings).
- in order to cut a straight line across hundreds of meters, you would need some kind of ruler-type device, which did not exist back then.
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