Season 1, Episode 3 (Aired April 24, 1977)
In Nazca Peru, thousands of lines crisscross the region stretching in some cases over 14 miles. These lines are laser straight even though they cross through valleys and up mountains. Some form giant pictures that can only be seen from the sky. An image of a hummingbird, a monkey, a spider and at least 50 different images have been drawn. These pictures are estimated to be around 2000 years old. In some cases mountain tops have been flattened to make way for these enormous lines and drawings. The rubble from the mountains is no where to be found. How could all of this be done without the assistance of an aerial point of view? More importantly, who would create these massive works of art, if they would never be able to see the final product? It is pretty obvious that no one in their right mnind would do such a thing which means that the creators of the Nazca Lines must have also achieved the ability to fly 2000 years ago!
One researcher thought that maybe the builders of the Nazca Lines floated in some type of hot air balloons. To test this theory out he constructed a hot air balloon out of materials that were available at the time. His balloon took off, but soon crashed and along with it the hot air balloon theory. They must have had something more advanced than a balloon. While one team was able to recreate one of these giant pictures from the ground, none of them dared to try to carve one onto the side of a mountain, or create laser straight lines that extend for 14 miles through the Andes Mountains. In addition, the team DID take a plane ride to see their creation as would any artist. Therefore it seems clear that the Wright Brothers were not the first to invent flight. The Nazca People did it thousands of years ago.
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