Ancient Stonework — 6 Comments

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  2. It seems like a classic case of only being able to view a problem from one angle. The tiny objects are amazing and do have that “cast” feel to them.

    • I agree. Another way to look at it is very few people if anyone considered casting because “it’s not possible”. But now that cast stone has been figured out it all seems so obvious. I still want to know more about the working properties. Ex: how long can you continue to grind and polish.

    • There’s been a book about Anommalous Artifacts…like the hair embedded in that stone in the pyramid.
      “Anomalous artifacts” are those that fail to fit into the modern model of the history of the world, so get labeled with strange labels, or relegated to museum warehouses world-wide]

      One item mentioned, stuck in my mind: coal mined under the State of Illinois, in the…1800’s? Had something incredible embedded in it. A woman who’d bought some of that coal, had to break the larger lumps to fit her stove. One day, she broke a lump open, & out fell a finely wrought gold link chain.
      The negative mold of that chain was in both halves of the lump of coal she’d just split. HOW?
      That intimates that either the process of forming coal is not as we’ve been taught, OR, extremely ancient civilizations DID exist,
      & here was proof.
      I like Shakespeare’s line in Hamlet: “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”

      Therefore, I could easily envision that ancients far older than admitted to date, did have ways to form geopolymers we’ve yet to learn, lift huge weights we cannot conceive of, & form those really incredible stones at Puma Punku that appear to have been laser-formed and flown into place, stack-locked together to form huge structures.

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