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reply to post by rickymouse
Maybe some geologists should go with them.
Maybe some archeologists with open minds should go check out this place to see how much of it was worked.
That big long stone is the Baalbek stone in Lebanon. It was indeed cut by people. But they couldn't move it after they cut it.
That big long stone looks like it was worked on, maybe they were going to build something like they have in Egypt.
edit on 4/10/2014 by Phage because: (no reason given)
i have no idea if that was man made or natural.
if it was made, are there rooms inside?
was it a wall for something?
Another possible explanation is that the stones could have formed as a result of geological processes caused by strong weathering of the Mountain Shoriya rocks.
I would also like to know more about the surrounding land in this area and I had expected some comment on this as the article tells us that a group of scientists and geologists have looked at this site.
no cultural remains have ever been found here, that is why it’s quite unlikely the walls were created by humans
Personally, it is my opinion that those who came before us were very switched-on when it came to construction....even by todays standards, perhaps more so.
Things are only impossible.......until they are not.
reply to post by Phage
Its a yes and no but seeing the pics more below from the original op link i say hell no not like that
This looks like a door to me.
It could be natural, it could be the old boys work.