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***CROP-LIKE CIRCLES in the sands of so. China see pix-

 
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[link to otherworldyencounters.wordpress.com]
Very strange because they are so deep-and long, where did the top soil go?
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Sorry, internet said this was already posted on GLP- I didn't see it.( will do a search before I post next time.
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Extremely cool. That's huge!

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More pix of other sand circles [link to www.google.com]
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Cool, thanks for the links.
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Amazing +5

Here are some potential ancient crop circles;




[link to www.crystalinks.com]


I was in Peru and Bolivia in 2000 for 5 weeks traveling around and one of the 1st destinations in the desert was Nazca and the Nazca lines.

You get up in the morning (don't eat breakfast,just water it;s a puke feast otherwise)
Then they stick two of you in a small plane and fly you above the Nazca lines. It is amazing to behold thousands of lines and some beautiful images carved into the Nazca sand.
(La Nina has driven rains into the desert that had not seen any substantial rain in hundreds of years. Because of La Nina the lines are fading.


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Amazing +5

Here are some potential ancient crop circles;




[link to www.crystalinks.com]


I was in Peru and Bolivia in 2000 for 5 weeks traveling around and one of the 1st destinations in the desert was Nazca and the Nazca lines.

You get up in the morning (don't eat breakfast,just water it;s a puke feast otherwise)
Then they stick two of you in a small plane and fly you above the Nazca lines. It is amazing to behold thousands of lines and some beautiful images carved into the Nazca sand.
(La Nina has driven rains into the desert that had not seen any substantial rain in hundreds of years. Because of La Nina the lines are fading.


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Amazing +5

Here are some potential ancient crop circles;




[link to www.crystalinks.com]


I was in Peru and Bolivia in 2000 for 5 weeks traveling around and one of the 1st destinations in the desert was Nazca and the Nazca lines.

You get up in the morning (don't eat breakfast,just water it;s a puke feast otherwise)
Then they stick two of you in a small plane and fly you above the Nazca lines. It is amazing to behold thousands of lines and some beautiful images carved into the Nazca sand.
(La Nina has driven rains into the desert that had not seen any substantial rain in hundreds of years. Because of La Nina the lines are fading.


Peace
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Lucky you!!! I've only seen pix. I find them facinating.
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Re: ***CROP-LIKE CIRCLES in the sands of so. China see pix-
Here is the only other pix/explanation I could find [link to poleshift.ning.com]
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Amazing +5

Here are some potential ancient crop circles;




[link to www.crystalinks.com]


I was in Peru and Bolivia in 2000 for 5 weeks traveling around and one of the 1st destinations in the desert was Nazca and the Nazca lines.

You get up in the morning (don't eat breakfast,just water it;s a puke feast otherwise)
Then they stick two of you in a small plane and fly you above the Nazca lines. It is amazing to behold thousands of lines and some beautiful images carved into the Nazca sand.
(La Nina has driven rains into the desert that had not seen any substantial rain in hundreds of years. Because of La Nina the lines are fading.


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 Quoting: MasseyFerguson49


Amazing +5

I could spend the rest of my life discovering what there is to see in Peru. The craddle of ancient man.
Some of the lines point directly to Tiawanku in Bolivia.

Tiawanku is one of the oldest sites in the world (30,000+)


Here are some potential ancient crop circles;




[link to www.crystalinks.com]


I was in Peru and Bolivia in 2000 for 5 weeks traveling around and one of the 1st destinations in the desert was Nazca and the Nazca lines.

You get up in the morning (don't eat breakfast,just water it;s a puke feast otherwise)
Then they stick two of you in a small plane and fly you above the Nazca lines. It is amazing to behold thousands of lines and some beautiful images carved into the Nazca sand.
(La Nina has driven rains into the desert that had not seen any substantial rain in hundreds of years. Because of La Nina the lines are fading.


Peace
 Quoting: MasseyFerguson49


Lucky you!!! I've only seen pix. I find them facinating.
 Quoting: SpiderJones


Some of the lines point straight to the ancient city of Tiawanku in Bolivia. Tiawanku is maybe the oldest remains of a past civilization we know of (30,000+ years old.)

[link to www.jqjacobs.net]

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Tiawanaku is old- but not that old- all est. 1- 1.5 BC.But the size of the stones and the way they were cut and moved is just awesome. Blows yer mind.
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I should have typed 200 yrs. B.C. or so .
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Tiawanaku is old- but not that old- all est. 1- 1.5 BC.But the size of the stones and the way they were cut and moved is just awesome. Blows yer mind.
 Quoting: SpiderJones

Tiawanku is a lot older than reported in Western Anthropology & Archeology. It's last incarnation dates back to the last deluge. And there are atleast two previous incarnations buried underneath it.(Just like the Mayans)
To bad the once great pyramid has been taken down by the Spanish all those years ago and used to build there Cathedrals.buildings and roads. All that's left is the shadow of where it once stood.

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