The point I'm making is it could be von Danikens style that is thought of as unorthidox. He is intently passionate about what he believes in & I could believe that some of his points have some validity. He detailed an ancient site (who's name has fell out my brain!) where stone had been cut with laser precision. This was very interesting. But could he just be underestimating the abilty of man on this subject?
He also detailed "el astronauto" in Nazca which to me is one of the most important mysteries.
How cool would it be to get von Daniken & Graham together to dicuss their theories & evidence. Maybe they could get things moving a bit more quickly.
Would make an interesting afternoons chat don't you think??? : )
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