“In Jordan alone, we've got stone-built structures that are far more numerous than the Nazca Lines, far more extensive in the area that they cover, and far older.”
- David Kennedy, Ph.D., Univ. of Western Australia
December 18, 2015 Perth, Australia - Scientists at the University of Western Australia working with Oxford University in England have taken more than 45,000 aerial images of mysterious landscape glyphs that were created between 2,000 and 9,000 years ago with intricate, precise and very different shapes. There are circular "wheels," long bullseye "pendants," triangular "keyholes," long rectangular "gates," and large "kites." The patterns can only be seen from the air and the first people to report some of them in uninhabited lava beds were RAF pilots delivering mail from Cairo to Baghdad and India in 1921 after World War I.
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