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57 minutes ago

Megalith Research

Dendera Temple Complex
- Forecourt of Dendera, Upper Egypt

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Dendera Temple Complex
- Forecourt of Dendera, Upper Egypt

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2 days ago

Megalith Research

The Colonnade of Amenhotep III
- Luxor Temple, ancient Thebes
Seven pairs of 52 ft. (16m) high open-flower papyrus columns.
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The Colonnade of Amenhotep III
- Luxor Temple, ancient Thebes
Seven pairs of 52 ft. (16m) high open-flower papyrus columns.

 

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Благодаря! Много интересно!

2 days ago

Megalith Research

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I would rather believe that these were how they stored their next seasons crop seeds. This way would almost guarantee the seed from being stolen and also keep it dry too.

The Serapeaum is in Saqqara. Ask any engineer who has visited the underground structure about the rose granite and diorite stone boxes, the way they are set up, the measurements, the geometric layout of the complex, precision stone cutting only obtainable by CNC machining today, what they think it was for and they pretty much all come to the same conclusions. It was some type of massive power complex, generating station akin to what we see in underground hydroelectric dams where all the massive machinery, turbines, are underground beneath immense stone and cement structures. This was a type of power complex that we are still unable to comprehend today. Ancient Egyptians often kept their seeds for the next years crops safely stowed in stone and mud brick granaries like most ancient civilisations did. www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXmtrj3duxc

Giants

They surely had a great set of skills back then, amazing... from the stone choice, passing through the cutting and machining, to the lifting and working (still an enigma) of the system. So cool.

Interesting haven't come across this Asuka box before unable to find anything about it apart from the usual Japan megaliths. . Any links to this photo anyone?

Concrete box in Japan?

Megalithic Stones Of Masuda-no-Iwafune In Japan

Why was it called serapheum in the first place, or maybe it's the resting coffin of the biblical seraph?

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Looks like Virginia cemeteries! Dig a hole as deep as you can, and just keep stacking them as they die, and carve the new names on the cap!

Is this connected by *culture* or *science*? It seems likely that if two civilizations discovered cement, they would also have discovered how to preserve the dead. Could the similarities be coincidence? I might just look into this.

With the knowledge and amazing skill to engineer a precision box from solid stone (a task that is cost prohibitive for today's uses) the question is why? There has to be a seriously incredibly great reason to construct these boxes. When the reason is scientifically proven, it will be almost unbelievable to our modern paradigm, or will point us in a new direction of investigation.

ancient geosynthesizers

Nick Bratcher possibly more evidence of global communications

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3 days ago

Graham Hancock

www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5xqp28KjLk&t=5sNatural or man-made? You decide. (Point of information. Sea level rose just over 120 metres -- 400 feet -- at the end of the last Ice Age. All the structures... ... See MoreSee Less

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Any updates on “America Before”?

Love it! Are you ever going to return with Joe Rogan?

There is not much that's gets me as excited as your work. Don't give up the good fight.

Do you plan on coming back to Okinawa for another yonaguni dive?

If you ever need an experienced wilderness medic to support your expeditions Graham, dial me in lol. Seriously a great life you are leading, if for no other reason, the eyes and minds you are opening

One of the videos that has stuck in my head since it’s filming...truly groundbreaking and paradigm shattering

Underworld was an awesome book and journey. Thank you Graham for all your hard work and dedication over the years

Hi Graham. Can't wait for the new book. Btw, I just read my first fictional book of yours. I enjoyed that too. Keep up the good work 🙂

If those 'terrace' structures occurred naturally then I am a monkeys uncle! 😄. Great video.

Beautiful video and the music is perfect for immersing into that mysterious world 👌🗺️

Please comeback to New York Graham !!

You won't see James Cameron diving on these underwater sites. Half a billion dollars to look at phisher shrimp. The world is in trouble, and censorship is getting worse too.

Schulz yay neue aufnahmen

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Foundations of a construction (maybe a temple) later washed by the cataclism.

Will Warren

Marijke VanderVelden

Lindsay Ann Stainton Dave Redgrift

Chris Kent

Dana Hartnett

Matteo Kowalsky Lafiandra

Tom Pickens

Paul Beatty

Paul Beatty

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4 days ago

Megalith Research

360 (Virtual Tour) Royal tomb of Rameses VI
Valley of the Kings, Thebes (Luxor)
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Love these things, please keep them coming! And let’s get to South America!

Caitrin Brooker

Been there thanks for the amazing photo

Amazing

Carol So pretttyyy

Tony

Totally mind blowing when you realize how old this is.

How did they paint all that without lights? Sootless torches?

رائع

رائع

One day ...top of my Bucket List!

Fantástico

Espectacular, que bien conservado los colores y los grabados. 👌😀❤️Mil Gracias por compartir estas imágenes.

Holly

Make sure you check out the ceiling and zoom in

Has somebody managed to translate those hieroglyphics?

Suzanne Divinsky 😊

Stupendo

Hermoso

Wooowww 😍😍😍

Maravilloso

Chrisa Bairaktari

Oh! Isn't this fabulous!!!!

Nasha Sidhu 😮

Out of this world Magnificant 🙂

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4 days ago

Megalith Research

Great Forecourt to the Temple of Amun Ra
- Karnak, ancient Thebes, Egypt
The colossal standing statue of Pinedjem I and the Column of Taharqa in reverse view.

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Great Forecourt to the Temple of Amun Ra
- Karnak, ancient Thebes, Egypt 
The colossal standing statue of Pinedjem I and the Column of Taharqa in reverse view.

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Caitrin Brooker

"Pinedjem I was the High Priest of Amun at Thebes in Ancient Egypt from 1070 to 1032 BC and the de facto ruler of the south of the country from 1054 BC. He was the son of the High Priest Piankh. However, many Egyptologists today believe that the succession in the Amun priesthood actually ran from Piankh to Herihor to Pinedjem I"

Thank you🤗

Nice headress. 🙂

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5 days ago

Megalith Research

Beautiful morning over Teotihuacan❣️
- Absolutely no one in the city!!!

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Beautiful morning over Teotihuacan❣️
- Absolutely no one in the city!!!

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Gienadij Bezsensowicz Dorsz, luknij sobie 🌵🦎

Victoria Rimels .... alias Sandrota ... Pero que no te piquen las hormigas y no lleves tacones paarfaavor jajaja

!!HOLA!!

How it used to look

пирамидка яко бы построена людьми которые, даже, колеса не изобрели и вместо мечей использовали дубины. и весь мир в эту херню верит.

Its crazy to think 600dudes on horseback ran into mexico and stomped out the aztec civilization less than 300 years ago The current ppl there suffer from severe Stockholm syndrome....

Having sensed the aura of this magnificent monument,l loved it

kuda prož

Imponente🤗

Walked the Temple of the Sun and the Temple of the Moon. Very challenging but I was happy that I did it.

Fantastic image!

Antonio Ramirez tenemos que ir otra vez bro

The comments are fabulous!

Focus fibe fields

Fantastica

Esta vista esta maravillosa y sobretodo como puedes mover la imagen muy bien por la persona que logró compartir esta maravillosa panorámica un saludo afectuoso

Holly 😍💩

It's so beautiful

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6 days ago

Megalith Research

Great 360° view of some megalithic limestone blocks of the Valley Temple of Khafre just south of the Great Sphinx of Giza.

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Great 360° view of some megalithic limestone blocks of the Valley Temple of Khafre just south of the Great Sphinx of Giza.

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Dad ChuckandRosa Houck these are the stones I was telling you about.

Bilerek mi paylaşıyorlar🤔Sevtap Sevtap Özay bi tek benmiyim yerimde duramayan😅😅

About 4500 b.c.

Look at all the heavily eroded, textured images on all of the stones.

All of the works of their hands came to nothing.,:::

Look up at the sun

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1 week ago

Megalith Research

360° View inside the Dambulla Cave Temple
- Dambulla, Sri Lanka
The simple, yet astonishing rock-cut temples are all to often left out of the megalithic circle. Perhaps this is short sided, as the sheer gumption to do such a thing, let alone the technology or the technique of such, is often overlooked as we look for the details. Here, consider the simple fact of rock removal and artistry. These were more than megalithic thinkers, these were true artisans, likely underappreciated in all eras.

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360° View inside the Dambulla Cave Temple
- Dambulla, Sri Lanka
The simple, yet astonishing rock-cut temples are all to often left out of the megalithic circle. Perhaps this is short sided, as the sheer gumption to do such a thing, let alone the technology or the technique of such, is often overlooked as we look for the details. Here, consider the simple fact of rock removal and artistry. These were more than megalithic thinkers, these were true artisans, likely underappreciated in all eras. 

Image: ©Shian Gao

 

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Amazing!

GCam?

Super LIKE!

Amazing

Fascinante

Simply Beautiful

Belleza

i have explored this place; there are many cave temples 90? some unopened

Unas construcciones...increibles...

Wow!

Facinante

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1 week ago

Megalith Research

Castlerigg Stone Circle
- Keswick, Cumbria, England

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Castlerigg Stone Circle
- Keswick, Cumbria, England

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