Klaus Dona has examined some very interesting artifacts from central america. With 3,000 pieces -at one a day that's over 8 years to complete - they deserve more attention certainly. Have you seen them Graham? Did someone hoax 3,000 artifacts...and why? For what sane reason? As Dona describes them, they are perfect - done by a real artisan...and there's aliens alll over the place, and spaceships. You have the ability to pursue this personally if you want to truly decide for yourself. I would bet that Klaus would love to show you these items.
We have amnesia but we have myths which, as Thanos wrote about, seem to be accepted at face value when it suits ones mindset/belief system but almost dismissed outright when their tales no longer fit in that box.
Puma Punku, Baalbek, the Serapeum, Pyramids...built by man? Sure, but we still don't know how or why and whether they had 'assistance'. Dunn deserves more respect but I haven't seen much being given here. Engineers who have examined these sites are amazed by what they see.
The a/a series has certainly filled the minds of millions with totally interesting tidbits and it is effective and beneficial. Posters here seem to want to ridicule the usual suspects. Is David Hatcher Childress to be marginalized simply because he has a belief, based on extensive travels to the various sites themselves (not just by gleaning material from other authors books and regurgitating) that ancient aliens played a part in our history. So what? Giants/an arc/flood/Watchers, Elohim - myths from all over the world with commonalities suggestive of gods from heaven above who taught them everything they knew...mother culture/race or aliens who created us in their image? How can people here dismiss this so easily?
Anyway, Graham, have a crack at those artifacts that Dona has presented on. They can be considered as evidence, unless you have already concluded that they are an elaborate hoax.
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