What Ruined This Ancient Architecture?
Today is Sunday, my day of rest. I spent a little time in a YouTube comment section, exchanging internet sources with other commenters. My contribution for sources of alternative analysis of ancient, ruined architecture around the globe, like Baalbek, Machu Picchu, Egyptian pyramids, Göbekli Tepe, Angkor Wat, and associated artificial geography, was as follows:
See these channels while they still exist on YouTube.
Ancient History Criticisms
The Ancient Alternative View
Atlantean Gardens (Robert Sepehr, anthropologist)
& Martin Liedtke (if you want to go off the deep end and take a long time doing it.)
Obviously we need a better explanation for this massive destruction other than time, earthquakes, and humans throwing stones at it, ramming it with logs, whacking it with swords, and trying to push it over. Time to recall the stories from ancient civilizations around the globe, which recount the warrings of the Gods.
Baalbek ruins in Heliopolis in the Beqaa Valley of Lebanon
(internet screen capture)