Message - Re: The indications of architecture/MARS Earth - Mars

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Posted by  Clayton Spencer Ireland on September 09, 2003 at 18:22:17:

In Reply to:  Re: The indications of architecture/MARS Earth - Mars posted by Richard Haut on September 09, 2003 at 05:27:09:

"Joe has the evidence already - an ancient lifeform built its civilisation on his bedroom ceiling."

Joe has the evidence...SOME FORM OF INTELLIGENCE created the mixture of the ingredients for his ceiling spackle,transported them from where they were aquired/Quarried,and applied them to his ceiling.

Where did they come from - who were they - can we communicate with them ?
Probably not unless Joe lives in your area/city/country but look in a telephone directory and communicate with Your local contractor /who I'm sure can do just as good a job.

Seriously though.
I submit these structures may be a combination of Block on block construction(i.e. Gizah) to buildings cut from the living rock.
Like in Petra ,Isreal or The gigantic, 8th century Kailasa Temple at Ellora, Cave 16,
was chiselled from solid stone.***as seen in the above image***

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