“Technology” is one heck of an influence and the main problem that’s messing with the minds of some of the people who believe in the imagery that’s embedded in the way of life that can be located in some of these ancient cultures is the way and manner that they constructed and built things with perceived advanced technology. Going by the craftsmanship that they see in some of these ancient sites, some folks who claim to know alot about these ancient cultures, actually feel that just because these ancient people were able to make these things so accurately and align their constructions accordingly, and make precise carvings and sculptures, that it means that the inhabitants of these places actually knew what the they were talking about because of the “references” and “symbols” that they designed — some of these individuals literally believe that because a civilization was able to make all of the fancy constructions that they are seeing, it means that these people knew a whole lot about everything; it’s basically the perceived technology and the materialism that’s blowing their minds and making them believe that these people actually knew what they were talking about, which is pretty hilarious. These impressive statues and monolithic gargantuan set-ups depicting so-called “gods” and “goddesses” is really throwing some people for a loop.

In this way, we can see that with the way these people could have used their skills to build and construct things, they would have easily used the skills and the knowledge they had as a form of magic or optics to bring about some form of superstition and esoteric influence, or, these could have been the types of notions that could have been widely perceived in the general population.

Thinking that these people had all of this knowledge because of how fancy and elaborate they built things with so-called “technology”, can’t be it. But I as a Practitioner Of Practicality, can’t stop pushing proper-perspective because that’s whats up πŸ€˜πŸ˜‚

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    1. my pleasure πŸ’•πŸŒΉπŸ˜„βœŒοΈ

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    2. Anytime you want to contest my “ignorance” come right over πŸ‘ŒπŸ˜‚


  1. Please allow them the benefit of the doubt!! There is some very fascinating stuff out there and behind the ‘skill’ of building it, there is always the mind that conceptualizes and creates – with a reason! Speaking for myself I am pretty fascinated by ‘the ear close to the ground’ wisdom of ancient cultures…

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    1. I agree with your comment πŸ’•βœŒοΈπŸ˜„. There were in fact certain elements within these ancient societies that seem to have alot of wisdom about certain things, but none of them are actually alive now so alot of these ancient works are left up to interpretation and we have no real way of knowing to what extent of true knowledge the builders of these ancient complexes actually had.

      But it is often assumed, in some circles, that just because they were very skilled at crafting and building things better than we are able to today, that alot of the illustrations on their work is “proof” of vast “knowledge” and so the things they illustrate must be taken as literal and factual representations, but I don’t think this necessarily proves that the illustrations they made and crafted that depicted “beings” and creatures etc, and their ability to build things skillfully, shows “extensive” knowledge of factual and realistic things lol. If the people who were alive back then, did not think about things in this comprehensive way, or were not allowed to, it is easy to see how they could have easily formed unrealistic perceptions when seeing these impressively created carvings and symbols and the mastery of the materialistic elements.

      I really appreciate your ideas and opinions, and welcome you to share your views with me at any time, even if they differ from mines haha

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      1. For sure! In fact there’s nothing better than when people with differing viewpoints maturely discuss a topic as only then one can arrive at a distilled understanding! Healthy debate is always welcome -and enjoyable haha

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        1. Correct, you are super on-point with that πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. It can also make for an interesting discussion just like when someone does agree with you, but in a debate you get to really put your “knowledge” to the test and I welcome a debate with you anytime haha

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  2. Interesting, very interesting…

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    1. Hey thank you so much, I appreciate it βœŒοΈπŸ˜„.

      I was thinking about the issue and then I started to question whether or not some of these things that were built by ancient civilizations and the designs and symbols that they incorporated into their constructions, actually represented realistic knowledge, or if it just appears that way to the folks who are studying their civilizations, mainly because of the “skill” that they had to construct things, because while they may have been very good at creating buildings etc and manipulating raw-materials and clearly had some knowledge about that side of things, this ability to impressively construct things well does not mean that the things that they built necessarily represented or reflected realistic knowledge.

      But it is easy to see how it could appear that way to us alive today, or to anyone else, depending on how they used their skill or building techniques.

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      1. Quite a possibility my friend.. Thought provoking very much so. 🌹

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        1. Thank you πŸ˜„, it’s so good to hear what you think about it <3 <3

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