There is a ton of material documenting megalitic stone constructions and sculptures that are impossible to build and make without extraordinary technology.
This thread intents to collect the info available from the ancient past which is usually is explained by the archaeologists with absurd and impossible theories.
Strange non human looking skull exhibited in Peru. Check this short video out. (5:11 long)>Non Human DNA? A Video For Doctors And Physicianshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hl7mdxZ_jVk
>Two American Doctors Inspect Strange Skeletons With Elongated Skulls In Boliviahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bC2kDQCelM
A missing humanoid race looks like.
You sure it isn't those niggers who flatten and bind their own heads to misshape and elongate their skulls to seem smarter and stretch their necks with metal bands to seem taller?
Nope, the fetus is the proof.
Watch the video in 4K for more visual detail.
You think every hominid species except us and niggers went extinct?
You think of all the cave systems all over the world over the thousands and thousands of years we've been here there has never been a human culture that survived in caves?
These things are just fake or deformed. But Dvergarnir are real
I'm under the impression that you are one of those that won't believe anything at less you see it on TV first. I t is the only input you'll accept.
Neanderthals' co-evolution goblins, those who went extinct before them, a branch of the dwarves
>Curious Ancient Stone Objects In The Cairo Museum In Egypt - (6:58 long)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcbQZ_GEUzc
It looks like the inhabitants had powertools and something else. No way those objects were made by hand.
>>166446>impossible to build and make without extraordinary technology
This is overstated, and largely a misconception driven by archaeologists who used it to cover up their own misunderstandings or to drum up hype for research grants. A lot of these structures in the pics you showed could've actually been constructed with simple tools, only very gradually with an enormous amount of labor.
You say that, but your only citation was a YouTube video.
>>166973>A lot of these structures in the pics you showed could've actually been constructed with simple tools, only very gradually with an enormous amount of labor.
Whoever was in charge would have workers in a magnitude of tens of thousands, plus another similar bunch to logistically support the first. Even if this fantastic speculation would be true, to move such colossal stones would require tech no even available today and I'm talking about to move just 1 (one) sample, and in this case, those ancient people moved thousand of humongous stones.
>>166975>Whoever was in charge would have workers in a magnitude of tens of thousands
Wow, it's almost like slavery was a thriving and profitable business in the old world.>Even if this fantastic speculation would be true, to move such colossal stones would require tech no even available today
Anon, a lone autistic Latvian managed to build, in Florida, a castle made entirely of coral, over the span of 30 years, even moved the entire structure 10 miles from the original site halfway through, with his only tools for the entire process being a neighbor's pickup and a "perpetual motion holder": https://infogalactic.com/info/Coral_Castle
If one person was capable of that, what do you think entire civilizations could accomplish?
They Reverse engineered Roman concrete https://youtu.be/Wc7Q2UJ3WtE
>>166979>Anon, a lone autistic Latvian managed to build, in Florida, a castle made entirely of coral, over the span of 30 years
Are ancient massive stones in the same league as the Florida's fag?
Let's find out.>Aswan quarry in Egypthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qAnqfZlO5Y>1200 ton obelisk at Aswan in Egypthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74kbEN97xZY
>Bullet Proof Technology in A Temple? BANNED FILES of Tirupperunturai-Part II>In the 1100-year-old temple of Tirupperunturai, a baffling technology is used in the construction. Apparently rafters, rods and nails all made of granite were assembled in the ceiling. This ancient technology is so futuristic, it appears impossible. Did Ancient Builders use Batten Roof Technology using granite, more than a thousand years ago?>0:00 - Advanced Engineering>1:00 - Unexpected Twist>2:21 - 1000-Year-Old Batten Roof>3:29 - British Mark>4:52 - Impossible to Re create>6:00 - Difficult to Imagine>7:05 - This is my Idea>8:16 - Twisted Granite Rods>9:12 - Another World Wonder>10:00 - Conclusionhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8JxkiMNbTU
Don't dismiss the shitskin right away, he is only the presenter trying to make a buck in jewtube, but the building's construction method he shows is unexplained and cannot be matched with today's technology.
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With that out of the way:
I once heard an engineer say that our modern tooling can't make anything that you can't make with enough sandpaper, however, I'm not sure if that applied to the incredibly hard granite.
I'm also amazed that they use granite, which has high compressive strength, in the way we use wood, which has a high shear strength.
Around here, this would definitely be attributed to some (demi-)god or a devil, who've been known to provide bridges, but these guys just say "gramps made it, but don't ask me to do the same".
>>167257>manages viewer expectations by calling out the based shitskin
That was my main concern.>Around here, this would definitely be attributed to some (demi-)god or a devil, who've been known to provide bridges, but these guys just say "gramps made it, but don't ask me to do the same".
I have the suspicion that such technologies are not lost, but just re-introduced by the masons or who/whatever is pulling the strings on them. Bold claim you'll say, but just as an example take a look at the music industry. How is possible such a degree of "hits" and "talent" in the 70s, 80s, and early 90s if the sound engineers didn't have the knowledge of the harmonics that resound in the human brain? Or the explosive technological leap in electronics? By the way, I don't believe for a second that the "discoveries" in new materials are the reason as they are kept as trade secrets and we are told "just trust us".
>>167270>but just re-introduced by the masons or who/whatever is pulling the strings on them. Bold claim you'll say>masons
A bit off-topic.
The cult adoring ancient Egyptian gods is in front of everybody's faces and yet the normals cannot see it. Fucking incredible.
Some fags have some ideas.
It would be pretty easy to find out if that were the case.
However, that's very obviously not how q pyramid is built, and contradicts the concept of the pyramid's design, as it's based on a scaling mound of traditional sandstone coffins.
Not slavery, just conscribed labor. Pharaohs only had to summon their thousands of peasants to work, and those peasants would work willingly because they would be paid in food that exceeded what they would make being ancient dirt farmers. Slavery was largely unnecessary, and it's logistically implausible to build such monuments using only coerced labor, because you would have to keep all those slaves from running away.
>>168695>It would be pretty easy to find out if that were the case.
It wouldn't. Bureaucracies won't give permission for excavations unless you are backed by the Rockefeller Foundation or a British Royal institute. Yup, science is THAT compartmentalized, if you don't belong to the club, you have no access.
It would be easy for the person who was simply digging down and investigating it in the first place.
Of course if you prefer to think that nothing can be investigated ever because the powers that be control the media, nothing is real, but why even bother discussing the shape of sandstone monuments at that point?
At this point it is just "Trust Us, we know better than you".
Of course, anyone disagreeing with that BS and doing something about it will be meet with State threats and violence.
Okay, but I see no reason to suspect miles-deep obelisks beneath the sand. That meme is drawn like a shitpost.
It is the same than have no reason to trust the oligarch science. If it cannot be corroborated, then it is a matter of faith, not facts.
What does that have to do with the pyramids?
Do you actually think the pyramids are giant obelisks?
Who knows indeed, but why this in particular?