The more I've looked into ancient stone technology, the more I'm inclined to wonder whether ancient civilisations didn't have the ability to make
stone concrete or at least soften the stones so that they could be molded or manipulated.
Birds in South America apparently use the leaves of a certain plant to soften hard stone to make nest holes and we know that lichens can do this so
that they can attach a route system into rocks.
Perhaps this should be another question that should be put to Janine Benyus and asknature.org!
If true some of these engineering techniques may have been simply lost and forgotten in the eons of time.
I think I'm right in saying that a human hair has been found inbedded into one of the Pyramid stones in Egypt, which is kind of hard to explain unless
stone concrete or softening techniques were used.
I find the polygonal masonary featured in these videos and found in other places around the globe, absolutely fascinating, because these walls, where
you can't even fit a razorblade inbetween the joints are apparently completely earthquake proof. Many have no mortar between them at all. Just amazing
pieces of precise enginnering.
I've also been researching Myfct and Mono-atomic Gold, which science has recently discovered accidentally. If ancient civilisations had access to some
of these "exotic elements", then perhaps also these may explain some of these ancient amazing feats of engineering. I do not accept the theory of
ancient alien technology - This is just mankind having a far different history than we've been led to beleive.
Gobleki Tepe has turned the world of archaeology on it's head because this site is supposedly 12,000 years old, when it was previously thought mankind
was still running round as nomadic hunter gatherers. I can't exactly get my head around people in loin cloths, with no proper language either spoken
or written moving, cutting and carving such equisite stone monuments on such a vast scale, where so far there has been found no or very litte evidence
of accompanying human habitation.
Here is a link, which explains the contreversial theory of ancient concrete/softening, which I found interesting
Ancient Stone Technology
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