> PS. The author and his team spent six years on site. But what would they know?
I think that's a bit naive.
How long have we all been led to believe the pyramids were designed to be tombs for the pharaohs, or that the "Stone of the Pregnant Woman" is an unfinished megalith still partialily attached to bedrock in the so-called "Roman quarry" in Baalbek?
Practice makes permanent, not perfect.
I'm assuming this was your source:
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How can any of us ever know, when all we can do is think?