Then he goes off the deep end.
Oh, and that Phoenician inscription? It’s actually hidden in the lines at Nazca, because the Phoenicians apparently developed the Nazca lines as a huge monument to themselves, alongside a formation Veall calls the “Temple of the Sacred Lamb.” “If absolutely genuine and of great age, I hoped to reconstruct a chronological time frame based upon the bull effigy, the Temple of the Sacred Lamb, and the huge, third to fourth century BC Phoenician inscription I had uncovered within the Nasca Lines.”
That’s cute and all, but in a video posted to Vimeo last year, and on YouTube in 2008, and narrated by James Albrecht, he claimed to have also identified enormous alphabetic carvings of characters from the Musnad alphabet of southern Arabia in the same alleged “Temple,” along with incomprehensibly large sculptures of Old World animals such as the oryx and lamb. He found these by blowing up Google Earth images, and he’s simply seeing patterns in random natural shapes. I’ve squinted at the pictures he provides, and I can’t see the “icons” he sees.