Traces of technology by cuts in stones adding the liquid or soft rocks.

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I have collected photos of rocks that current science appreciates to be thousands of years old.

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As you can see ... It is inevitable to imagine cutting machines for most stones.


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What's even more interesting are the smooth or liquid patterns. Countries of origin: Peru, Egypt, Turkey, India, Mexico, etc.

I believe that we are currently living in a world where our history is a lie and a technology that was always present. We only see those things growing at a rapid rate that serve the logical purpose (TV, telephone, computer, etc.) with which we are given false information in our minds. All other ′ ′ technologies ′ ′ remained at the same level with the ′ ′ minor changes ′ ′.

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How likely is this picture about 5201 hz frequency for building construction?
 

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The manufacturing from a semi-liquid mixture like concrete seems most probable to me.
The image with the hand pattern strongly suggests so.
Wisecracking construction workers leave similar imprints on the fundation of bridges or other buildings - as I have seen myself.

How likely is this picture about 5201 hz frequency for building construction?
Sorry, but that pattern (as all Chladni patterns) has no fixed relation to the frequency.
It depends on the size of the plate, and density and temperature of the medium.
But IMHO it would be pretentious to assume this effect and the patterns where not known in medieval and even ancient times.
 

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What if some of these stones are here exactly because they were defective ones, with cracks and imperfections,
then dumped somewhere deep and thus protected during the Catastrophe and preserved after it, until now?

Imagine Puma Punku, for example, being not a destroyed site, but a dump site for defective stonework !
 
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Did you witness those cuts in the stone?
Do you have the exact date of those cuts?
Is it possible those cuts could have been made when the stone was softened?
Have you ever seen someone put a palm print or write some letters in concrete that was recently poured?
 

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Did you witness those cuts in the stone?
Do you have the exact date of those cuts?
Is it possible those cuts could have been made when the stone was softened?
Have you ever seen someone put a palm print or write some letters in concrete that was recently poured?
Did you witness those cuts in the stone? No Do you have the exact date of those cuts? No, but our archaeologists will undoubtedly give you super long figures 1000 BC, etc. Is it possible those cuts could have been made when the stone was softened? I do not know, but without a doubt they are clear examples of advanced tools, for which the official story tells us. Have you ever seen someone put a palm print or write some letters in concrete that was recently poured? No
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An example of this phenomenon is this image: This is the staircase, more than 2300 years old, that leads to the roof of the Temple of the goddess Hathor, in Dendera (Egypt). What could or what was it that melted the ladder, the big question?
 

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Did you witness those cuts in the stone?
Do you have the exact date of those cuts?
Is it possible those cuts could have been made when the stone was softened?
Have you ever seen someone put a palm print or write some letters in concrete that was recently poured?
Did you witness those cuts in the stone? No Do you have the exact date of those cuts? No, but our archaeologists will undoubtedly give you super long figures 1000 BC, etc. Is it possible those cuts could have been made when the stone was softened? I do not know, but without a doubt they are clear examples of advanced tools, for which the official story tells us. Have you ever seen someone put a palm print or write some letters in concrete that was recently poured? No
38-136684621_10221156689680115_1085600029236475529_n.jpg
An example of this phenomenon is this image: This is the staircase, more than 2300 years old, that leads to the roof of the Temple of the goddess Hathor, in Dendera (Egypt). What could or what was it that melted the ladder, the big question?
what is the staircase made out of? Why would it be melted? if the material was soft and many people walked on it.....if it was made from soft limestone, then it would buckle over time...
 

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Howdie made a video claiming these were melted also.
Here is a tourist video and the photo he used. Temple of Isis, Hathor

I am not really sure what to think of this.
It looks like the maybe the steps were worn down from use into a powder. Moved down the steps by wind. And later re solidified by the addition of moisture.

Just a possible explanation, that doesn't take thousands of years, and doesn't stretch for a processes we do not witness today.

To help try and explain,
This is the marble steps at Pisa, claimed to be five hundred years old.
And the re solidified sand stone from the Oregon trail claimed to be 152 years old.

 

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I am not really sure what to think of this.
It looks like the maybe the steps were worn down from use into a powder. Moved down the steps by wind. And later re solidified by the addition of moisture.
I would tend to agree.
If the steps have the same age as the relievos on each side, how is it they are undamaged ?
Unless they are made much later, and build around an existing structure.
I remember Formenko dating Dendera to the late medieval period, based on inscriptions interpreted as zodiacs.
A solar micronova blast impacting head-on might be able to melt sand at the surface, which would put this structures back to about 12.000 years.
Am I remembering correctly that the city of Petra shows similar damage ?
And the Sphinx ?
 

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Did you witness those cuts in the stone?
Do you have the exact date of those cuts?
Is it possible those cuts could have been made when the stone was softened?
Have you ever seen someone put a palm print or write some letters in concrete that was recently poured?
Did you witness those cuts in the stone? No Do you have the exact date of those cuts? No, but our archaeologists will undoubtedly give you super long figures 1000 BC, etc. Is it possible those cuts could have been made when the stone was softened? I do not know, but without a doubt they are clear examples of advanced tools, for which the official story tells us. Have you ever seen someone put a palm print or write some letters in concrete that was recently poured? No
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An example of this phenomenon is this image: This is the staircase, more than 2300 years old, that leads to the roof of the Temple of the goddess Hathor, in Dendera (Egypt). What could or what was it that melted the ladder, the big question?
The staircase is melted. It looks as soft dough...batter. We need to trust more on what we are seeing and on what our innate knowledge and instincts are telling us, and not to try to fit what we are witnessing into the "mold" -pun intended- of the official scientific explanations.
 

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It also looks like whatever was used to make the staircase hadn't quite set when the mould was taken off and it sagged. Poor workmanship maybe or haste to meet a deadline?

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It just occurred to me that we may be looking at a staircase that wasn't original. That window or shaft at the turn of the stairs looks awfully suspicious to me. I am wondering if when first used it was a delivery chute of some description for something that flowed say sand for example. Once the delivery use was redundant they then worked the stonework into the carvings we see today.
The stairs were likely added in at the same time as they would be an impediment to something loose being moved around unless there was a wooden or other material temporary chute in place over them. Maybe just me but we are so used to looking at what we are presented with rather than considering alternatives.
 
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