Wow what a majestic place. I would so love to go and walk in the steps of your ancient ancestors to feel the sacred magic of their knowledge and intuition that they have obviously imbued on such a extraordinary space.
I wholeheartedly agree with you that not enough of the absolute imperative subjects pertaining to to an easier and successful life are taught in school and this article is a perfect example of that because if students were taught the facts and fundamentals of architectural structure and designs like this, then we would still be constructing buildings of those unshakable characteristics right now.
And even students would learn how to adapt that type of ancient futuristic anatomy to every day use in the construction of homes, entertainment, retail centres and office buildings, complemented with the sustainable technology that is being developed today, then we would have less global warming and natural disasters which so casually sweep away so many homes and lives with air and water wouldn't be so much of an issue.
It's all one massively long, historical chain and somewhere back in the pages of history, the links of education were broken and the chain reaction birthed global warming and the catastrophic natural disasters that we are facing today- except really these are not natural disasters, they are man made disasters that started developing centuries ago, but have just been exacerbated by ignorance from some, arrogance by most and greed by many.
So yes, I do believe in ancient architectural supremacy and I think it's evident in so many ancient structures around the world- from Turkey to Egypt, India and way beyond.