Biggest Nazca Lines Ever Appear In Australia? – YouTube
Biggest Nazca Lines Ever Appear In Australia? – YouTube
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Hey guys, so, I’m sure you’re aware of the Nazca lines of Peru, the enormous drawings found upon the land, created using a vast array of subjects.
What is especially interesting regarding these ancient lines, found all over the world, is that to truly appreciate the images you would have to view them from space.
Some of the drawings are even waving, leading many to wonder over the years regarding their original purpose…
The largest lines can be found in Bolivia. Known as the Sajama lines they were clearly constructed by an intelligent force, many theories regarding the original function of the lines have been put forward over the years, though to this day, the actual purpose remains a mystery.
Covering an area of approximately 22 thousand, 525 square kilometres, they are truly massive. Each individual line is around 3 meters wide, with the longest measuring over 20 kilometres in length.
However, amazingly, the largest known drawing of one subject is actually a modern creation, and it is a drawing of a man.
Called the “Marree Man,” or “Stuart’s Giant,” it was discovered by Trec Smith on the 26th of June 1998, a charter pilot flying between Marree and Coober Pedy, in the vast remote bushlands of Southern Australia.
Created deep in the outback, far away from civilization, the creators of this gigantic drawing remain a complete mystery, 4.2 km tall and with a perimeter of over 28 kilometres, due to the massive undertaking these lines would have been, the huge resources they demand on land and in the air, the fact that no one saw it being created, or additionally reported it…
Its creation will remain extremely perplexing…
To create such an image, a fleet of vehicles would have been required… A system of radio communication, and a team of individuals to create it.
All this completed within a dry, remote, unforgiving corner of the Australian outback, without telling anyone that it’s there?
The Marree Man depicts an indigenous, Australian man, hunting with a boomerang or stick.
It lies on a plateau at Finnis Springs 60 km west of the township of Marree in central South Australia.
Was the Maree man made by extra-terrestrial visitors to our planet, as a form of orbital indication to what inhabits the planet?
Although the mystery of the marree man may be a new one, it’s just as confusing as ancient lines.
Thanks for watching guys, and until next time, take care.……