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Intriguing theory, V what donyou think?
I just read this article, and thought it may be of intrest to V

There isn't enough information on how he ties it all together to make an opinion.

Obviously the astronomical calendar counts with the lunar movements and eclipses and such,
were highly important to ancient cultures and expressed in their monuments.
This researcher may be stretching a bit with wall stone placement cuts. 
I don't know,
but he has a lot to prove and tie together.

Quote:He asserts that such ancient astronomical text, 
identical to that seen at Sacsayhuamán, 
is also found in both Lascaux and Chauvet caves in Europe, 
the African carved Ishango tally bone, 
and a circa 30,000-year-old carved stone found at the Shuidonggou Paleolithic Site in China.

If we had this comparative analysis data to review, 
and how he ties them all together,
that would be helpful.

His image of the wall with his defined and attributed angles did not stimulate confidence in me.


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