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11 hours ago

Megalith Research

Polygonal ruins in Peru 🇵🇪
- 360° photo of Ollantaytambo

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Polygonal ruins in Peru 🇵🇪  
- 360° photo of Ollantaytambo

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Wow that is too cool. I love these 360° photos. Wish I could get them in 3d vr.

Es hermosoooo 😍 una vista espectacular, ambiente mágico

Magnifico! Show!

La vue est magnifique ! Mais ces immenses pierres , me fascinent encore plus !

Vou partilhar

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1 day ago

Megalith Research

Wonderful view of some Bayon style construction at what was originally called Rajavihara, today called Ta Prohm Temple.
- Siem Reap, Cambodia

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What bc it was built?

It was shown in the movie "Congo".. Right?

Fascinante!!!

I loved this place

Whar

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2 days ago

Megalith Research

The Giza Plateau
- as seen from above Menkuare's Pyramid

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There's so much undiscovered there.

Amazing

Very good.

Grandeuroso!

Nisarg K Raj

Brittany Croucher

I'd like to think how the Great Pyramid would have looked in all its glory if the stone capping hadn't been stripped off?

So much more I can see that has not been explored.

spectacle magnifique

Unbelievable !!

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3 days ago

Michael Tellinger

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Exactly what is the solution here? Not everyday folks like us can travel around the world dinning out n staying in hotels to promote UBUNTU

4 days ago

Megalith Research

Main Gate, Temple of The Goddess Hathor at Dendera
🌐360° photo, Zoom & Explore all around!

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Spectacular

Magnifique !

Images drawn on older images. A king seeking divinity...

4 days ago

Michael Tellinger

Travis Duncan - is running for MAYOR of Austin Texas. Learn about this on his website www.wearethemayor.com and go vote - be the change you want to see - if all the young people vote, who normally do not vote - Travis can win this and be the first UBUNTU minded mayor of a major city. Spread the word to all your friends and family in Austin. By November 2018, we can have the first ONE SMALL CITY on the path to prosperity and abundance for all. In unity - Michael Tellinger

We Are The Mayor
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It would be absolutely amazing if you could succeed!

Zach Moyer

5 days ago

Megalith Research

Pentre Ifan Dolmen
- Nevern, Pembrokeshire, Wales
This dolmen dates from approximately 3,500 BC. The classic assertion is that this was once part of a burial mound, however, there are many accredited and respected archaeologists that contend we see it today much as it was originally intended, and that it likely never contained a burial. In either case, the burning question is how did these neolithic people hoist the stone upon the points?
• What do you think – How did they do it?

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Pentre Ifan Dolmen
- Nevern, Pembrokeshire, Wales
This dolmen dates from approximately 3,500 BC. The classic assertion is that this was once part of a burial mound, however, there are many accredited and respected archaeologists that contend we see it today much as it was originally intended, and that it likely never contained a burial. In either case, the burning question is how did these neolithic people hoist the stone upon the points? 
• What do you think – How did they do it?

Image: ©John Carratt

 

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Amazing

Shows the way home and can be seen from miles away. Hunters must have loved these things.

The hoisting is the easy bit. Transporting it over mountains and gully’s now that starts to get difficult. Levitation of some sort (probably done using sound energy) as you must get the rock off the ground. The idea of man pulling on wooden rollers is rediculous once you get over 40tons. Some of these stones are over 180tons

imho, They used levers to raise the stones, the higher the better, as a mark of their permanence in the land. The outlying flat horizontal stones would have been where the fulcrum sat. (?)

Sound levitation, after an alchemy I’m still pondering. I’m thinking a density spell of sorts. It also wouldn’t be beyond the imagination to consider a staff, or instrument acted as a hub to transfer some powerful yield, but of what!

Do two rivers join close to this?

One of the most beautiful dolmen. The mystery about building and use...the mystery stay. I am a megalitic "hunther"!!! and I love them!!!

The science of the megalitic builders was basicly a universal nowing of the laws from the univers... We loss it.

Igor Salgado Fada, me explique este fenómeno

From the 360 view it looks like other stone structure in the area too, you would need to take those into account to assess its purpose...

You'd need a pretty serious crane to lift that 16 ton capstone and balance it precariously .. considering the bronze age never had any such hoists who knows? Thus far ive never seen any successful demonstrations showcasing any of the aforementioned techniques.

They most likely did bury the stones in a mound to enable them to drag the capstone on top of the others. They then dug the earth out of the mound to reveal the dolmen. Perhaps that is what causes the confusion.

Christine Broad remember this on our Wales holiday?

Hey Luke Anthony Coleman you know that rock i was telling you about? Yeah, it looks nothing like this one.😆

..giants did this, greetings from sardinia !😉

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6 days ago

Megalith Research

Modern city built over an ancient city
- Ollantaytambo, Peru

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Modern city built over an ancient city
- Ollantaytambo, Peru

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Notice the ancient water system running along the side of the path

Yes but “primitive” people put these rocks under their houses to mess with archeologists of the futur. Its working!!!

Josi Canuto

This is exactly the street where we visited a local family in 2007. Nice memories.

William A Rios Maldonado

Ollantaytambo , maravilloso pueblo andino...

Mıhteşem görmeyi isterdim

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1 week ago

Megalith Research

🌐360° photo amidst Giza's Greats

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🌐360° photo amidst Gizas Greats

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Great angle showing the amount of cubic rock removed to level the plateau. let alone to build the pyramids, mind-boggling ! And the size of those megaliths in the foreground .. how many tonnes?

Perfect water erosion weathering scars from the deluge impact..

Wow thx

La classe.....!!

Breathtaking !!

Ketan Chakranarayan

Francisco Gouveia

Holly

Is the pyramid way older than the previous record??how wonder....

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1 week ago

Megalith Research

Afternoon inside Stonehenge
- Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, England

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Afternoon inside Stonehenge
- Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, England

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C'EST tellement sublime

My happy place....need to go back but South Africa is a long way from it

Dakota

Feer Luque

Totally awesome!!! Thank you for sharing.

Adriana Garcia Ort el día que Sophie Lara quería estar cómoda 😂

On my bucket list.

On my bucket list.

Luceryta Santos

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1 week ago

Megalith Research

Pentre Ifan Dolmen
- Nevern, Pembrokeshire, Wales

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Pentre Ifan Dolmen
- Nevern, Pembrokeshire, Wales

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Can someone fill me in what this is?

The dolmen, the flat one, receive the positive energy from the sun, the menyr releases the negative energy from the earth, all in balance.

Mauro olha que doidera

A beautiful megalitic monument. A dolmen and a standing stone (menhir). The megalithes buiderd nows a lot about energie. We loss the nowlegh...

Made by giants ?

How did they get the fucking rock up there?.

Wow

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2 weeks ago

Megalith Research

What do you think about the Great Sphinx of Giza?
Created by the Egyptians,
or just modified by them?

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Amazing

Modified. It was already very ancient when they sprouted in the region.

Water pumps?

Modified for sure, way over 10000 years old

I have no answer !!

Obviously modified. The age had not yet confirmed, but it is most certainly very ancient. Some theories suggest that the Sphinx is 800,000 years old.

Pharaoh era

Maravillosa.

Federico Chaves Di Luca

The facts say that this structure is far older than conventional theories suggest. It’s the dogmatic, religious-like archaeologist who’re ignoring these facts.

Where do you think all that mud came from?

Cari

👍👍

On my wish list of the impossible: I’d love to see this place at the peak of its glory!

Awesome place

You must listen to Salima Ikram....😠😠😠

Yup. Modified from rocks.

The funeral temple of Khafra which is right infront of the sphinx is built from rocks quarried from around the sphinx so it stands to reason that the Pharaoh Khafra had the sphinx carved. Although I don't believe it has its original head

Very nice 👋

what a view! 😍

Modified

looks like there is still much to uncover there

Monica Romero Urzola.... ves!!!

modified

Wiviany Owls

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2 weeks ago

Megalith Research

Badami Cave 4 entrance
- Karnataka, India
Rock-cut Buddhist temples
• Tirthankara Parshvanatha, the larger figure in start view, Bahubali, first tirthankara of Jainism, in reverse view.

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Badami Cave 4 entrance
- Karnataka, India
Rock-cut Buddhist temples
• Tirthankara Parshvanatha, the larger figure in start view, Bahubali, first tirthankara of Jainism, in reverse view.

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Pixelar Media and VR 360º Pro

 

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Bravi come sempre

Fascinante!!! Beatifico!!!

India is full of such temples which are carved entirely out of rocks. It is amazing to see how capable humans were when they didn't have sophisticated machines. There's a temple which was carved entirely out of one single giant rock starting from top to bottom.

Awesome !!

Que bello

Wonderful

Huau q arquitectura y esculturas

Cierto mi Marty es una belleza para la vista humana

Very beautiful

Very nice and thanks

Holly

It's not a Buddhist temple. Its a series of 4 caves. 3 Hindu, 1 Jain. The depicted one is a Jain cave. So correct that headline.

Demais

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2 weeks ago

Megalith Research

The Treasury (Al-Khazneh)
- Petra, Jordan

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The Treasury (Al-Khazneh)
- Petra, Jordan

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How beautiful and imposing !

Beautiful ancient architecture, but how was this cut to such astonishing perfection?

Camilla

Loved this place 🙂

Nice

Lounis Chabane

Holly

Been there! It’s amazing.

Saptom aschorjar ak ascharjo

Zsuzsy Sz

WOW!!! So beautiful! Some of my family were missionaries in Jordan. I’m going to have to ask them if they visited here.

Beautiful

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