It does no such thing as none of those churches existed thousands of years ago.
The churches certainly did not exist thousands of years ago, but the sites did
and as we have seen in previous posts the early Christian church had a policy of reusing
existing 'sacred' or 'holy' sites from previous beliefs.
This is why David Furlong proposed that his circle markers, much later church sites, could have
very ancient origins - a quite valid proposition as other markers go back to at least the
time that Avebury was built about 3000BCE. The landscape geometry could thus date from this
time or earlier.
Yes, the Vesica Piscis is often called the 'pool of fishes' and Jesus is closely associated in biblical
accounts with fish and fishermen. But he is also associated with the Vesica Piscis through the
number '153' the number of large fish caught miraculously by the shores of the Sea of Galilee