maxmercury wrote:The problems I do have with the Crystal Skulls are none of them were found in the 17th or 18th Centuries. They have all been found at a time when ancient American artifacts were in vogue.
Sunrise, they can make those skulls today, but it would cost a ton of money and require much skill and time. We now have computers to aid in the engineering and very hard drill tips which were not available until recently. That is one of the reasons I do think it is possible these skulls are very ancient as I don't think they could of done them with such accuracy in the late 19th Century.
We need an engineer here to show us if they could make them in the late 19th or early 20th Centuries.
The problems I do have with the Crystal Skulls are none of them were found in the 17th or 18th Centuries. They have all been found at a time when ancient American artifacts were in vogue.
Bob137 wrote:I remember a painting of Minerva of Victorious over Ignorance. That would be something great for people's needs in our time! Maybe we need to invoke Minerva to help us out here!
saxoneer wrote:Of course if you want weird paintings, look no further than the paintings of Hieronymus Bosch. He was born in 1450 and died in 1516, He lived all his life in and around Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands. This is just one of many paintings.
I want to know what this man was on? If he never left the town he was born in, where would he have seen elephants, giraffes, and does that not look like a marsupial of some kind?
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