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Ancient Tomb Built to Flood

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Archaeologists find an unusual stacked grave holding pre-Inca leaders.

http://news.national...r-cult-science/

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Wow they knew Indiana Jones and George Lucas would be interested! :whistle::innocent:

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no i think that they just suck at building basements

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That's what happens when you hire labour from the Home Depot parking lot.

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WOW, my mind went places on this issue.

I was most happy and most enlightened, the closest to the source, living over the Ogallala aquifer. So then I wondered if some kind of aquifer influenced Sedona, which I have been to about 5 times. It appears that the northern most point of the Arizona aquifer just borders Sedona.

Living over the Ogallala, I felt like I glowed sometimes. My beloved, now-deceased minister sure noticed it.

Of course, there are the hotbed of Creationists living over the Ogallala too. Hmmm!

But you place this article with lots of use of underground water in places like the Egypt pyramids, china burial places and one really begins to wonder about underground water and a higher level of spiritual involvement.

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I think they understood the importance of water. In ways they were right about the dead becoming a seed and sprouting life. Things will grow better with something dead buried in the soil.

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