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How did the artist do this?



 First, how did this city get built and how did they get 200-feet up a sheer cliff to build it?

 Plus, I doubt they could build a ladder that tall, so the artist - what - strung vines together to repel off that cliff?

 Plus, I don't think these particular buildings are involved, but back around the 15th century these Indians constructed
 buildings
that were perfectly alligned with the stars on the summer and winter solstices.  How the hell did they do that?

 We could duplicate that today, with GPS and satellites and geometry, but how did that do that back then?
 How did living-in-tee-pee individuals even know when the solstice was coming?

 This is the kind of UFO-stuff I like.
 It's real and it's a mystery that remains unsolved.




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