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3 days ago

Megalith Research

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Biedni, dłutkami miedzianymi wykuwali😜😜😜

How?

It’s like an ice scream scooper

Looks like made with higth pression water mix with dimond sand.

c'est comme si la roche était molle puis qu'elle a durcit ensuite... très très mystérieux.

Asszuan granitbanya???

De ne închipuit.

Incredibile.

Toothpick for the giants.

It looks of the granite was “soft” when they used it to ...?

This is just proof that the ancients new how to make rock soft and shovel it out

Superior tech staring us in the face and that’s before they moved them.

Sound waves??

Some kind of acid maybe?

AMAZING

So many different regions and time frames. Would have been better in separate posts

We know they used corrosive byproducts from the acts of mining, added with man hours and basic tools. It's easily done, if you know how that is.

Stone benders... how the heck did they do this? I’d like to know the size of the hand that made the print in the stone.

Superbe album ! 😊😊😊

No circular holes, so tool didn’t rotate. Maybe a tuned stone, oscillating at bottom and top? When hitting on top, bottom should be oscillating as well.

All that granite was turned into clay

Jean-francois Dufour

Water.

Egypt 🇪🇬 ❤️❤️❤️

4 days ago

Megalith Research

Megalithic Peru - Ollantaytambo
[ 13°15'29" S, 72°15'48" W ]
Located at an altitude of 2,792 meters (9,160 feet) above sea level in the Andes mountains, this site continues to amaze anyone who comes to see it.
This place is just one of many examples of mysterious stoneworks made by an unknown culture long before the Inca arrived.
The Inca had reused and rebuilt all the places which once belonged to the mysterious Master Masons, but they never came close to obtaining the same skill level achieved by those ancient Masters of Prehistory.

Other suggested pages:
•Ancient Enthusiast-Æ
•Lebanon Baalbek Megaliths Megalithic structures".

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James LeRoy French

Issa Farah I believe the most of the stones are granite (7 on the hardness scale). They only had copper or bronze tools ( 3 or 4 on the hardness scale). 😊

Maestros ❤️

Been there. Very intriguing stonework indeed.

Rimbo Chin

Könnte gegossen sein.

I stayed there for a few days. Loved it!

Increible

Xhavit Abiti Hatixhe Abiti

Unreal!!!! Amazing craftsmanship.

What the fuck are you talking about? Machu Picchu was created by the Incas, what level of ignorance says it was before the master masons? I do not like this page, you should read a bit before posting such a lie

Increíble . Es como ponerte a hacer un puzzle tridimensional con piedras de toneladas.😮 Para la época que se hizo es una pasada.

Daniel Castillejos

Masonry built by a much stronger and smarter people predating the current inhabitants of the region..

Truly mind boggling😅

Чудеса ! Прецизност!

Showoff masons!

I've been here. What an amazing and mind blowing experience. Too see the cuts and stone up close it is truly amazing. You have to visit Ollantaytambo and The Sacred Valley.

Amazing craftsmen, and thanks to helmut tributsch we know how it's done, rather simple really.

Sofia Uriona

Zack Collier-Silvia u wanna tell me how ancient man built this and cut these rocks with such precision? Those rocks fit together so well they say u cant even slide a piece of paper between. Hammers and chisels and no mortar....???

The very first picture tells a very different story.. these pieces were put back together after the catastrophe !!! The foundation is the real story here. No one would place the huge stones on this unless they had no choice.

Rodrigo Reis Fernanda Jacobsen vamos voltar lá juntos

Incredible!!

4 days ago

Megalith Research

Gate of All Nations
- Persepolis, Iran

Image: ©360 DigiLook Inc.
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Gate of All Nations
- Persepolis, Iran

Image: ©360 DigiLook Inc.

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Woow ! 😳

Think these ancient civilisations were more civilised than we are now.

небо крутое

Culla di Persia......

Bellísima 😯❤️

persas

viva iran

Thanks for the pic. Awesome!

Elefante

wygląda jak wejście do "Wyroczni" z filmu Niekończąca się opowieść

Parinaz Namvar have you ever been there?? 😍😍😍

Iran’s 🇮🇷 leaders are peaśas !

What does that mean? is it an anagram 'Peasas? does anybody know that means.

Now the new world order wants to destroy all the historic buildings there too

c'est magnifique

5 days ago

Megalith Research

Ta Prohm Temple
- Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Image: ©Travel-Sphere .com
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Ta Prohm Temple
- Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Image: ©Travel-Sphere .com

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Nicole Fowler- Bullock Jeng Erzenjak Joanne Bowden

Bárbara Patrícia Schneider gosta desses roles?

Juliana Martins

6 days ago

Megalith Research

Cart Ruts In Malta Are Plenty.
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Some might have been used to move large stones from Quarry to Temple Site, others to direct water towards farm land and inhabited areas. The truth is, that no archaeologist worldwide, has come up with an accurate theory of when, who, why and how these grooves were made. Guess they are just ‘Holes In The Ground’ to some of us.
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This awe inspiring site in Siġġiewi, known as Clapham Junction, is covered with very puzzling and mysterious Cart Ruts. Several Punic Shaft Tombs can be seen in the area, as well as the incredible Ghar Il-Kbir Cave.
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This site has the largest concentration of Cart Ruts on the island(s). Many intersect with each other and some of them are 40 cm deep!
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Why Cut So Many Stone Channels In One Area?
Was This A Main Quarrying Place For Past Peoples?
How Busy Of An Ancient Industrial Estate Was It?
Please share your thoughts now.

DO go visit this free and open site and enjoy all it has to offer. You are guaranteed an interesting and educational time.
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Here is a different perspective of the Clapham Junction Car Ruts.
<3
Thank YOU for your constant interest in Malta’s Fascinating Archaeology.
#TempleRescueMalta
#CartRutsIndustrialEstate
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Hey Megalith Research. Thank You For Your Interest In Malta's Incredible Archaeology. For the ones who would like to have another piece of the puzzle, please have a look at this stone cylinder found buried deep within a Boggy Pond a few meters away from several large and long Cart Ruts. It Fits Right In The Grooves. Please share your thoughts and always feel free to connect with us here on the island in the med! www.facebook.com/pg/Templerescuemalta/photos/?tab=album&album_id=968403439974604

So...either not cart tracks...or the ground was more boggy then ...and has now solidified. Amazingly old place Malta, needs to be studied alongside the level of the Med's waters..

Ön elszánt 😍

Gracias por compartir esta fotografía móvil, soy una persona que me fascina la arqueología.Por medio de su publicación puedo conocer lugares de los cuales no podría conocer. 👏👏👏👏👋😀😀😀😀

The ancient maritime economy of Malta & Sardinia was "Ship Repair". These rutts are remnants from this trade.

The Malta temple are amongst the old known man made structures on earth. Don't you think these look like tracks for pulling the blocks on wooden sledges. I can imagine them tracks been filled with wooden beams to recuse the friction. Or even better would be to use the ancient method of using ice to make the job of transporting even easier.

7 days ago

Megalith Research

Several long cart ruts, a couple of quarries and what looks like to be the remains of a small collapsed burial chamber, complete with its own staircase.
We have visited this site a few weeks ago and asked the community for more information. This is what we got:
Wine Press In Antiquity Study by Anthony Bonanno: (Super Interesting)
melitensiawth.com/incoming/Index/Melita%20Historica/MH.15(2008-11)/MH.15(2008)1/01.pdf
Dr Anton Bugeja of the Archaeological Society Malta says "The cart-ruts shown are listed on page 277 as Ta' Mazzu l/o Siggiewi in the book "The Significance of Cart-ruts in Ancient Landscapes" co-edited by Paul C. Saliba and Joseph Magro Conti . They were already known to Gracie in 1952. Quarrying seen in some of the photographs is often associated with cart-ruts and some authors consider them as linked. Such quarrying may have truncated old tombs giving access to the chambers. A unique unfinished rock-cut pan is also found on site."
Location known as Tafal ta Bingemma.
#WinePressSiggiewi
#TempleWalks
#TempleRescueMalta
Directions Right Here:
www.google.com.mt/maps/place/Siggiewi/@35.846025,14.4131367,213a,35y,326.44h/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m...
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1 week ago

Megalith Research

Court of Ramses II, Luxor Temple

Image: ©Ruediger Kottmann
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That's one of those things that you just have to share

Swesome

1 week ago

Megalith Research

We know Malta hosts deeply ancient evidence,
but how old is still an ongoing quest.
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We know Malta hosts deeply ancient evidence,
but how old is still an ongoing quest.

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Dinosaurs 😉

interessante

Giraffe.

kinda doubt 65 million years 😉

I can't understand the capture - Göbekli Tepe is in Turkey?

Et ça ! Empreinte d'un pied humain et celle d'un dinosaure ??

Dvř Mæ

Mac Mckenzie RE

#bucketlist

1 week ago

Megalith Research

Browse through the images to see each example.The mysterious 'corner-hole blocks' and their elusive purpose.
They are most commonly found beside the doorways or to the sides of the false niche windows, but some are on the edge of walls or buildings, the one in Jerusalem is 12-14ft high.

Some say these were for hanging idols, tying horses, holding fire-torches, or for some type of strange door hinge to adapt to.

What do you think these corner holes were for?

Please share your ideas.
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Mari Cubillas sugod na sab imo conspiracies ani?

thank you, never noticed it anywhere before

I would have thought they would be to support a timber scaffolding used in construction.

I would also say scaffolding both to support the structure during construction and aid in construction .

The velvet ropes for ancient superstars?😝

Jean-francois Dufour

For birds to nest in. Lol

1. Yapı köşelerindeki delikler hayvan balamakta kullanıldığını sanıyorum at, eşek gibi. 2.taslarin yapıya taşınması, için ipleri bağlamak kullanıldığı düşünülmek teyim. 3. Kapı ve pencere kısımlarında iple perde ve kapalı açık gibi kullanmak geldi aklıma ve pencere gibi iple kurutulması için et,ot gibi

I reckon they’re for anchoring a rope- for a canopy maybe ?

pour les trous d'angles des niches peut être pour attacher des sacrifiés ,des prisonniers

Obviously for tethering your anti gravity flying machine 😂

2 weeks ago

Megalith Research

Megalith Research explored the Maya Museum in Cancun. Museo de Maya, Cancun.

Of particular interest is the wooden "codex" that tells the story of the first ruler drinking cocoa. Look at the shape of the heads.
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Almarjane Satrapi nostros fuimos

2 weeks ago

Megalith Research

Just think about that, take some time... ... See MoreSee Less

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It's not as hard to, do as many think 🙂<>

🦄 or 👽 you decide I’m 👽 by the way ...

Amazing. Do you have photos of the sides not exposed? Curious to know how they look and if the surface shape precisely matches the surface shape of the connecting block.

it's amazing... just perfect.

Laser 😛

Yatu ⭐

It was certainly an ancient form of concrete. Or they had a method to smooth the edges with water or heat or sound.

Easy explanation. They were masters of their craft. They were just very good.

Lo podrán hacer los ingenieros de hoy ?

Andrew Edwards

Amazing ❤️

possibly a corrosive substance has been used as a binder where the stone blocks let merge together seamlessly According to an ancient legend, there was a parrot species that fed exclusively on the fruits of a tree whose juice in combination with bird droppings and minerals melted stones like ice or melted them together the tree species was eradicated by overuse as well as this parrot species, with which this construction method became obsolete it is a pity that the western world is not so easily attributed to this kind of high culture it is often said that the historiography has to be revised anew but nothing happens

Tell me again that the pyramids were made by slaves in 20 yrs.

Steven Thomas

Quase inexplicável 👽

Great stone workers our ancestors. Hundreds of years of practice makes perfect.

Jean-francois Dufour 😲😲😲

im still ridin with my pan full of bisquits theory..

... Yo considero dos tipos de usos de manejo lítico incaica: *Para moldear la piedra, usaron líquidos a través de plantas que derrite la piedra ( Se dice que el Inca era tan observador de la naturaleza, que pudo haber desarrollado una técnica para aplicarlo en su arquitectura), en las crónicas de Wuaman Poma de ayala en algunos de sus dibujos se ve unos alarifes moldeando la piedra con la mano *Para cortar la piedra; sabemos que el antiguo Perú daban culto al agua , además era un maestro uso del agua, sabias que el agua a mucha presión es capaz de cortar acero? ahí tienes la respuesta ... solo es mi humilde opinión

Fascinating! About to get into that in our next videos. www.youtube.com/user/MrJh212

Vibrating over many years they are made too lock in even more

Ain't nobody heard of Tuck Pointing

Cement covered bags...

Donde es ???

Tridimentional lazer cutting and computerized assembly plan

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