On the East side of the Great Pyramid of Giza lays a basalt pavement showing undeniable marks of advanced machinery stone-cutting and stonework usage. Here is our field research and investigation.
Like most of ancient megalithic structures, the main question pending at Puma Punku is how the builders managed to move those huge stones. The biggest stones found on site are weighing from 50 to 135 tons with the heaviest reaching an astonishing 440 tons! This is 600 cars! How did they move them? Continue reading
Today we publish the first part of an exclusive interview with Delphine Meynieux, former archeologist. On the menu : backstage revelations on research and Egyptology thanks to the pragmatic vision of a free mind constantly bumping itself against intellectual stiffness and an aging decrepit organization.
Due to snowy weather condition, the hunt of the stone clamps was difficult but thanks to our trained eyes we managed to figure some out and unsnow them. Though the pics are not as crystal clear as expected, we saw enough of those to have us go back there during the spring season to give you a full coverage of the site and even shoot some videos there! Continue reading
Might be a huge breakthrough! Scholar says she’s unlocked the secrets of the “pyramid texts”
Prambanan, Java, Indonesia in 1895 before teams started restoring the site. See you later today for more stories on the largest Hindu temple in Indonesia
We always encourage questioning and challenging official theories. But one must stay true to their beliefs and be ready to do the work necessary to make it so. Read, read again, read some more and travel see things for yourself! Books on the pic: Lost Technologies of Ancient Egypt from Chris Dunn, The Temple In Man from Schwaller de Lubicz and Gizeh 2005 from Pyramids, Pooyard & Grimault : Revelations
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Ancient Egypt, India, Peru, Bolivia, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Iran, Armenia, Tunisia, Greece & Italy. These countries, thousands of miles apart, share the same technology used by Ancient builders.