I need to come back when there is more comments here, I want an explanation!
when you live in the desert there's not a lot you can do to pass the time
You won't read much about these structures, the article describing them is not a month old and says that the reason behind them is unknown. The only missing tidbit of information here is that those structures were built on lava flows which were recent at the times (there probably were active lava flows in some places, some structures have been covered with lava). They certainly weren't used for cattle as they are way too low for that.
As many unexplained human remains, some cult is probably involved in their constructions, particularly in connection with the lava flows.
Full disclosure, I built them. 13,457 BC was my earthenware and earthwork period.
In ancient times, Hundreds of years before the dawn of history Lived a strange race of people, the Druids No one knows who they were or what they were doing But their legacy remains Hewn into the living rock, of Stonehenge
I’m not saying it was aliens....
....but it was aliens.
if you're gonna make shit up, at least make it funny
"Hey Grunk, why you place all these rock to make big dick in sand every day?"
"Because it fuck with people many year from now."
Hmmm how credible is ur doctorate in bullshit....
Triangular ones look like something used to herd livestock to circular pens.
It almost looks like in the first picture the rocks on the ground could be fallen walls or something from a city . Idk though it’s just a guess.
Isn't that a Greek philosopher?
Not really a mystery. It was part of a religious group called xenophanes.
Xenophanes believed there was "one god, among gods and men the greatest, not at all like mortals in body or mind" but he was in the minority.
Essentially this was their way to be in contact with the one god among the many. Sacrifices and games were held in the box like structure which we believe was a wood temple that has rotted away.
Source: Doctorate in bullshit.