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8 hours ago

Megalith Research

Rano Raraku, Rapa Nui (Easter Island)

Amazing 360° photo, look all around - Can zoom in as well!
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Easter island...

Zdjęcia takie piękne, że nie potrzeba tam jechać ❤️

Looks like the statues were underwater at some point. 🤔 maybe they are to try scare away bad spirits or the tidal waves

I love them! They have been showing up in my meditations lately. Perfect timing

Just amazing stone structures !!

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23 hours ago

Megalith Research

Great little virtual visit to Ta Prohm Temple
- Krong Siem Reap, Angkor, Cambodia

Image: ©Choi Kyu-yong
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Great little virtual visit to Ta Prohm Temple
- Krong Siem Reap, Angkor, Cambodia

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...loved it

Its amazing

Mesmerising...

Very cool

อยากไปเที่ยวจัง

Vishnu Temple Cambodia...

this one is absolutely stunning 😮😍😎

Good

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2 days ago

Megalith Research

Colossal statues of Ramses II
- Luxor, Upper Egypt

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At the end of the day we are looking at master builders at the peak of their civilization. Remember what we're taught, that Egypt was the 1st civilization to rise after the cave man era... This is a ridiculous fact & I believe to be completely wrong. Not only are the Egyptian megalithic structures beautiful to gaze upon but their understanding of engineering concepts were superior for the proposed time frame, knowledge mankind shouldn't have had at such a time if we're to believe the mainstream narrative. I think we're looking at the peak of a civilization with understandings superior to ours now, somehow their knowledge was lost & it all come to an end, perhaps world devastation by natural events. A bit like us today being wiped out, people surviving thousands of years passing all knowledge lost throughout the many generations and then looking back at the remaining skyscrapers/structures & wondering how they done it when all we have is stick homes.. Makes me wonder.

Extraordinario

in this statue you can observe that they knew how to melt stone but the mathematical precision in the sculpture is possible only with today technology. This was not made by some human hand.

Andrew Barry Madeline Stead

<3

Това е гранит и е чукано с медни длета АЙДЕ СТИГА БЕ

Fabian Mik

good

En particular la estatua de la foto ..alguien me puede informar si tiene identificacion de ser Ramses ll.Gracias

Impresionantemente magestuoso

Simon Mattioli

Ramesses meryamun?

Mari

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2 days ago

Megalith Research

Bayon temple is the central temple of the Ancient capital city Angkor Thom, Cambodia 🇰🇭

It is said to have been built in the late 12th or early 13th century A.D. by one of the Khmer Empire's greatest rulers - King Jayavarman VII

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on my bucket list

Beautiful place, you can litteraly spend a week exploring all the temples in the region. Bayon was one of my favorites because of the forest growth.

Gabriela Franco

Imponente !!!!

De que siglo dice que son ? La numeración Romana que indica los siglos en la traducción esta mal, seria XII _ XIII. Y el lugar, es algo impresionante y maravilloso, magnifica su entrega de la toma realizada del lugar.

EUROPA APENAS SABIAN LEER.

Been here.. just awesome

great culture

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3 days ago

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Megalithic Enclosure of Almendres
- Évora, Portuguese Alentejo

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Megalithic Enclosure of Almendres
- Évora, Portuguese Alentejo

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Prachtig! Deze ken ik niet...

Dit is echt wel mooi... echt te gek gewoon.

amigo Marques Valdemar conoce?

Sono in Sardegna questi Menir non in Portogallo!

Wojciech Bałchanowski

pretty much. We don't know what shape they had when they was first placed there.

Alexandra Barroso looks amazing!

En que pais se encuentra ?

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3 days ago

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🌐360° Photo, Spin and Examine.
The incredible megalithic wall at Machu Picchu is all but unnoticed by most that visit this place. Various Llamas are depicted using the rocks in other walls, but here looks like another one. (We have outlined it)
This wall may have so much to show us about its builders; could they have purposely built into the wall this image of a ‘Resting Llama’ (outlined), or is this merely a damn good case of Pareidolia?
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🌐360° Photo, Spin and Examine.
The incredible megalithic wall at Machu Picchu is all but unnoticed by most that visit this place. Various Llamas are depicted using the rocks in other walls, but here looks like another one. (We have outlined it)
This wall may have so much to show us about its builders; could they have purposely built into the wall this image of a ‘Resting Llama’ (outlined), or is this merely a damn good case of Pareidolia?
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Image Edited by: James Storr 
Photo credit: Megalith Research ©

 

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What impresses me more than the (Possible) Lama.... is that big jumper stone exactly to the right of it.

Awesome..and maybe the answer

i see а whale on this wall...strange, 🤣🤣

Silly

A moose a goose and a tea cup.. Amazing.. 😀

Do you have a minelab? If not get one and find the gold buried there.

not ancient

too much details to be just random. may be we have to look other details in ancient mansonery?

But its only your phantasy........People seen animals ewrywhere...

There has been several different walls in South America that animals and patterns were added into their walls deliberately.

a fantázia határtalan...borderless phantasy:))

Yep 1 hundred elephants and a mouse

I see a whale.

No, you are trying to see that! I live in the alps, and often I see faces in the rocks, it‘s fascinating!

Obviously this animal patterns are artwork. it shows us the ability of the design engineers and at last the implementation. the wear or weathering ? of the modules is significant.

Really to guess would be a waste of time. You would need a experts to take a wall down and study to see if the connections was from the same stone.

Creo que todo cabe en lo posible, no podria descartarse, hasta que se investigara mas

Inka walls or animals? 😉

Either way, it's awesome to be able to see these in 360. Thank you for sharing these for the people who dream of going to these places.

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4 days ago

Megalith Research

'Temple of the Condor'
- Machu Picchu, Peru

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Temple of the Condor
- Machu Picchu, Peru

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I'd be interested in seeing a model of Machu Picchu with all of the less exacting construction removed. Would what's left be just foundations for the buildings or would there be some complete buildings built from the polygonal megalithic construction?

The masonry here doesn’t look older than maybe the 1600s. Is this an old Spanish fort?

Perdon ...quizas este viendo visiones ,,,pero la roca de los cimientos o sea sobre lo que se construyo ...estoy loco o eso es un gran mural ..perfectamente diseñado y elaborado ....es sensacional .....diganme que ustedes tambien lo ven ....ja ...es increible ....

Wow!

Por la altura que proyectan sus accesos a las siguientes salas, creo que se trataba de personitas de baja estatura.

All of the original stone work has different colored stone throughout all of Machu Picchu.

Que es eso?????

Joy Brugh Burgi

Est-ce à cet endroit que des gens étaient retenus prisonniers sous la grosse roche ?

Penso que boa parte desta construção não é original. Foi remontada modernamente e não reflete o que seria o original. Tem apenas finalidade turistica.

Daniele

Lisa Lynn Banks

Only poor inca repairs here...

Is that a wooden lintel above the door way facing the terraces?

It seems that only the part wall under the stone looks Megalith and the rest looks more build by primitive methods...

Israel Cruz

Danilo Estrada

great temple

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4 days ago

Megalith Research

The best of Machu PicchuPerched high up on the Andes Mountains ranges, Machu Picchu an ancient lost city still holds onto many secrets.
Here is a set of incredible photos captured by our highly talented field researcher with a super keen eye, Ildi Budai.
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The best of Machu Picchu

 

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Sébastien Sébastien Demers

fantastic carving

Gracias por compartir, muy buen trabajo, excelentes fotos.

ok.... if they found obsidian that's got to be basalt.... HTF do you cut basalt like that? I'm saying the time it took to build was longer than the wikki article suggests.... including farming terraces.... alot longer.

Fabian Condo these photos are incredible

The older, the better the stonework.

Art Nault

Great set of photos!

Awsome photos!

Kairi Slade...we have to go

😍🇵🇪️

Victoriano Rojas Villaorduña

Thank you for this marvelous post.

Phil Georgy

Israel Cruz

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5 days ago

Megalith Research

Surface details on the Coricancha in Cuzco, Peru.Tool Marks - lets talk about it.
These examples are from the Coricancha in Cuzco, Peru.
What do you see here?
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Surface details on the Coricancha in Cuzco, Peru.

 

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Banker marks... from a hammer & chisel or point. The stones were cut before being placed....

Fantástco!

I've been a freelance contractor for 30 years, and I say that's never been built with primitive technology ... never !!!

I've seen barriers made of cement filled burlap bags that were decades old. The bags had disintegrated and the remaining 'blocks' of cement looked like that.

Yep, looks like markings from burlap

'Peck & grind' method is what it's called and has been used in all cultures all over the planet for thousands of years, nothing new, nice work though!

Some mighty fine hammer 'n chisel work!

I've been having this discussion on how these have been done for a long time. I'm kinda under the impression that they might have been molded. We are just now reaching the point of handling magma in small amounts. And the material to make molds that can be fired to 5,000 degrees I've already played with in making glass molds for sculptures. It's not too far fetched an idea, considering that we are about there now. I also make Monuments and Memorials, including obelisks. And the majority of people have no idea how those are done. What makes me believe they're molded is how they bulb out, when the inside lines are perfect. They also have some kinda soot... Maybe they were tampered. But, I'm not too sure about that.

Je to odlitek.

Looks like vibration patterns at a set frequency.

What kind of rock please ? The walls are built whit the same kind ?

Maceta de abujardar,crec que se diu aixi .

Possible pitting from the use of a particle beam, just a hunch

This is what they use today to get This surface.

The patterns on the stone in the picture on the left appear to be machining marks. The patterns are too regular & uniform to have been done by hand. This picture doesn't show the scale of the work. That is a large structure. Just incredible. The flow of the workmanship is evident. It would be interesting to see a smaller scale structure attempted by people using the present methods available to masons. The results would be enlightening.

Threw all theses years i know they have tempted to make them. And i believe they spent way to much time. I remember seeing on TV years ago. We don't know if they had the "hand" power in numbers. Or the machines.If they could figure out the age from one stone from another. It might give us a better clue on how long it took on any Megalith structure. A real smart investigator could tell us too. How many generations had their hands working on them.

👍👍🌈

Almost looks like sand blasting, but the indentations are to consistent. Almost lineiar.

After visiting Peru in January. I believe that there is evidence of 3 civilization. The Incan's been the most recent with the structures created from megalithic blockwork prior and the monolythic sites before that. I think artistry plays a big role in what is seen. Sacsayhuaman is fantastically practical in terms of it been earthquake proof but is simply beautiful at the same time. I think they used such designs for aesthetic purposes along with the practical ones. Why? because the could.

Good technique. However, it is from 15-16th century.

Ivan

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6 days ago

Megalith Research

Temple of the Sun, Ingapirca Ruins
- Cañar Province, Ecuador
Considered the Inca's Northernmost stronghold

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Temple of the Sun, Ingapirca Ruins
- Cañar Province, Ecuador
Considered the Incas Northernmost stronghold

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Liked from Kurdistan

Desconocidas para mi. Gracias

How wonderful to learn of this site.

There are way more complex reasons for such large structures....Cant believe we live in such a backwards, ignorant world!!!

I love how in the 21st century any old building can be summed into two options.. A temple or a tomb!!! Sure these people knew star systems. Built super advanced megaliths under the stars and now we just call it somethung its not because people cannot think for themselves... if you havent been there you will NEVER know!!!!

The views!

Wow! What a magical place!!! Just beautiful!

It's another Coricancha! A little smaller and without that arrogant superimposed church, but the curved, smoothed stone masonery looks exactly the same, at least from this point of view. Never seen before, and what beautiful surroundings... thank you, really appreciated! 🧐👏

magnificent..

The closest small wall to the camera, made out of stone bricks, the upper covering material looks like cement, somebody agrees ?

The gray-green oval structure is definitely pre-Inca.

GREAT,,,,CULTURE,,,

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6 days ago

Megalith Research

360° photo, have a look at the amazing details!!!
Modhera Sun Temple, Modhera, Gujarat, India 🇮🇳
Built 1026-1027 a.d. by Bhima I of the Solanki Dynasty. Part 2
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Maureen Watts

6 days ago

Robert M Schoch, PhD

An upcoming interview with Robert Schoch:

Robert Schoch Interview: Egypt, Sphinx & True World HistoryMar 1, 11:00amBlogtalk RadioRobert Schoch is live on Portal to Ascension Radio discussing our true ancient origins and re-writing the history books. Robert Schoch will be joining us LIVE and via LIVESTREAM at the upcoming Portal to Ascension Conference in Oct 2018 in Irvine, CA... www.AscensionConference.com

In the early 1990s, Dr. Schoch stunned the world with his revolutionary research that recast the date of the Great Sphinx of Egypt to a period thousands of years earlier than its standard attribution. In demonstrating that the leonine monument has been heavily eroded by water despite the fact that its location on the edge of the Sahara has endured hyper-arid climactic conditions for the past 5,000 years, Dr. Schoch revealed to the world that mankind’s history is greater and older than previously believed. Dr. Schoch’s research, put forth in his book Forgotten Civilization: The Role of Solar Outbursts in Our Past and Future (2012), points to the astronomical cause of the demise of antediluvian civilization, as well as the scientific and archaeological evidence that supports his conclusions.

Dr. Schoch has been quoted extensively in the media for his work on ancient cultures and monuments around the globe, including Egypt, Turkey, Bosnia, Romania, Bulgaria, Wales, England, Scotland, Malta, Norway, Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, Chile (Easter Island), South Africa, India, Indonesia, and Japan. His research has been instrumental in spurring renewed attention to the interrelationships between geological and astronomical phenomena, natural catastrophes, and the early history of civilization. He has appeared on numerous radio and television shows and is featured in the Emmy-winning documentary The Mystery of the Sphinx, which first aired on NBC in 1993.

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