Desert Of Jordan’s Immense Circles: Alien Drawings Or Something Else?!

Jordan’s desert is riddled with mystery. Giant circles have recently been discovered, and while nothing is known about them, these constructions raise a lot of issues.

These rings may be seen plainly on satellite pictures. Their diameters vary between 700 and 1,500 feet (215 and 450 meters). Eight of them were unearthed along the Sahara’s border in west-central Jordan, while four more were located north of the Azraq Oasis in the Middle East.

Those who view them are perplexed as to who created them or what function they served. The existence of this extraterrestrial artwork is puzzling because they can only be seen in their entirety from above. The desert was chosen as the location for the Big Circles for a reason.

Is it due to the weather patterns that these constructions may be preserved for a longer period of time? Is it because there is less greenery and hence more visibility? Archaeologists currently have no answers.

The rings are at least 2,000 years old but might be far older, according to artifacts discovered around them. They might possibly be from before the creation of writing, in prehistoric times.

When flying became more frequent in the 1920s, the circles were first seen. They were practically unknown before to it. Many people have assumed that their function was to be visible from above and serve as rudimentary beacons.

Were ancient Middle Eastern people visited by extraterrestrials? Were they anticipating their return and hence indicating appropriate landing sites?

Other strangely extraterrestrial images may be seen halfway around the world, in Peru’s Nazca lines. They’re just as old and mysterious as the others.

One of the few scholars that researched the remnant structures is Professor David Kennedy of the University of Western Australia.

The rings were built with considerable care and effort, according to satellite imagery, and were designed to be mathematically exact. The amount of labor and quality of the structures led him to conclude that this wasn’t a fast job and that hundreds of people were engaged.

“It all comes into perspective after you go up a few hundred feet.” “You can see the contour of what you’ve been looking at all of a sudden,” Kennedy explained.

Perhaps more investigation will reveal the mysteries hidden inside these enigmatic rings.

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