The Ancient, Mother Culture, Might Have Known How to Soften Stone — Humans Are Free – April 22, 2019

The construction of Sacsayhuamán remains a profound mystery for researchers who have failed to understand how ancient people managed to quarry, transport and place these megalithic stones.

Is it possible that thousands of years ago ancient cultures possessed a now-lost technology that allowed them to soften stone? According to numerous researchers, the answer is YES.

Is it possible that the countless megalithic sites around the globe were built with the help of a now lost technology?

What if, in the distant past, ancient cultures from South America, Asia, Egypt and another parts of the world, had in their possession an ancient method that allowed them to transport, cut and mold megalithic stones to their desire.

There are numerous inexplicable sites around the globe and the most noteworthy to mention are Stonehenge, The Pyramids of Giza, Ollantaytambo, Puma Punku and Sacsayhuaman. At all of those places, ancient mankind managed to somehow perfectly place huge blocks of stone weighing

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The Magnetic Anomalies At Puma Punku — An Archaeological Mystery – Humans Are Free – Aug 20, 2018

 

Puma Punku Bolivia

High up the Bolivian altiplano,’ south of Lake Titicaca and the ancient complex of Tiahuanaco, we find the ancient ruins of Puma Punku.

Believed to have been erected by the ancient Tiwanaku culture in the bronze age, between 1,000 and 2,000 years ago, the ancient site is home to some of the most fascinating ancient stone structures on the surface of the planet.

Shrouded in mystery, the archaeological site of Puma Punku is one of the biggest headaches for mainstream archaeologists who are unable to explain how ancient cultures cut and shaped granite stone to an incredible precision, transported blocks of stones that weigh more than 50 tons, and placed them in position like a puzzle, so that not a single sheet of paper can fit between them.

But if that wasn’t enough of a mystery, there’s that LITTLE magnetic anomaly present at Puma Punku.

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9 Ancient Ruins We Still Know Almost Nothing About — December 24, 2017

Much of what we know about ancient cultures today comes from the pictures and written documents left behind. In some cases, artifacts can leave clues as to who the people were that created ancient monuments that are now ruins, but in other instances, there are more questions than answers. Historians, archaeologists, and geologists have many theories…Read more & images

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