Leading Ancient Peruvian history expert Brian Foerster discusses the mystery of the Nazca lines.
There are over 800 straight lines, 300 different geometric shapes and 70 biomorphs (animal and plant designs)
Foerster believes that work began on the lines in about 500 BC and wasn’t finished until around 500 AD.
The Nazca people were forced to abandon the area around 600 AD due to the deserfication of the area.
Foerster believes that the reason for the lines evolved over time. He also states that the earlier work is more intriguing.
The main question is why are they made before you can see them from the sky?
He believes that all the symbols are all pointing towards astronomical or geographical points.
This discussion is enlightening and entertaining