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

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Sacsayhuaman looked like a sci-fi processing plant when I saw it in Peru.
Could it be true that at one point in time this was a gold and mineral mining and processing station with a portal?
The telluric energy from the megalithic walls would have been intense.
What on site made you think like that?
 

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Sacsayhuaman just looks the part to me, thats all.
See the YT channel "Mined Earth." Its an interesting alternative viewpoint to consider.
When I emailed Brian Foerster about this Peruvian possibility he threw his full fury at me. I think he's done great work, but people get stuck in the deep groove of their own narratives sometimes and won't consider anything else.

The Earth has been mined heavily over the eons I believe, it makes sense. Earth is a water garden resource planet by all accounts. Lots of planets are dry deserts with little mineral variety.

"Spiritual temples" may not have been such originally. They might have just been infrastructure for portals, mining, scientific survey, communication, and cosmology, or a plethora of other uses. Human or ET, it doesn't matter, we are all equal citizens in the cosmos.
Stone is a technology. Telluric energy capture, storage, and amplification may have been the reason for all those zig-zag rows of megalithic stones. Sacsayhuaman's primary purpose? I wish I knew.

We SH members can all agree that mainstream academia always call anything they don't understand or want anyone else to understand a mound, motte, ritual site, fort, or temple. Just because a later culture like the Aztecs modified and used these antique sites for spiritual or ritual uses doesn't mean they were originally designed for that.

We might be suffering from "cargo cult" mentality when we view a lot of megalithic ruins. Just maybe.
If you hire ten very secluded people from a remote Amazon tribe and bring them to melted down and abandoned Chernobyl, would they think it was a destroyed ancient temple? That is if they were not briefed on its history beforehand?
Its a possibility to my mind.

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Here is Brookhaven Labs in NY (Montauk Project related). The particle accelerator ring looks a bit like the one at Sacsayhuaman on the hill.
Just a coincidence?


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I cannot speak for anyone else, but to my eye this is a very powerful technological installation that was very carefully thought out, designed with grids, squares, multiple levels, a center point circle, and zig-zag stone arrays, and built with great care and purpose. This is one helluva complex installation for just rituals and spirituality.

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What do you make of this melted granite on the floor outside the second pyramid, it’s everywhere.. super old school polyfilla maybe? 🤷‍♂️

View: https://youtu.be/etOPM9YhVf0


This also brings to mind the 3D printed replica of the Kings Chamber I saw yesterday, I can’t even begin to imagine how they managed to plan something like this and then carve it out of granite.. I’ve made a wooden statue using nothing but a stanley knife this week, and even with my artistic background.. I was left scratching my head 😂

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What do you make of this melted granite on the floor outside the second pyramid
We have cultured granite today. What really makes you think that the builders of this complex did not?

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I will answer. Our indoctrination tells us that these ancestors were primitive and we today are the apex of civilization.
That is a lie. If we are so evolved, then why cannot we figure out how this complex was built?
Because the opposite is true. Our system is devolving us into a quicker, cheaper, faster society.
When we compare to the past, this is reflected in our buildings, our consumer products, and the quality of our people.

Builders today will admit that "roman" concrete was superior to what we use today.
Why don't we use it, or refine that into something better with our "evolutionary" process?


There is a the obvious answer of cost saving.
Or there is possibly a better one.
A system focused on erasing history learned their lesson in the 19th and 20th and decided to plan better.

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As the case of Philadelphia city hall for example.
In the 1950s, the city council investigated tearing down City Hall for a new building elsewhere. They found that the demolition would have bankrupted the city due to the building's masonry construction.

Back to the question. If you have ever been to a job-site, there are locations where the grout pump and concrete trucks are washed out.
This waste settles into the lowest points and solidifies. I would suspect that is what I am seeing here.
 

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We have cultured granite today. What really makes you think that the builders of this complex did not?
I think anything is possible, it makes for a good candidate for how the Predynastic Egyptians were able to produce these vases.. wonder if these have a warranty of 3-5 years like our modern day cultured granite 😋

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this is reflected in our buildings, our consumer products, and the quality of our people.
Yup, these days we prefer to plaster over the old architecture in a brutalist manner.. just another mind control technique imo which keeps us buying things and being assholes to each other 😂 The folks of Philadelphia are quite lucky, city hall seems unchanged.

You all must be familiar with the granite box found within pyramids of El Lahun and Hawara by now?

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Coincidently I just watched, it took me three sittings, a video on this the last few days.

View: https://youtu.be/KMAtkjy_YK4?list=LL


Although I can't say I believe how they say they might have melted granite and then poured it on sight; I do find the hypothesis of melting the granite blocks and taking out scoops to be transported and then melting it into a form of some kind a rather interesting idea. There are many holes in his idea but there could be some truths too
 

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i belive melting granite creates glass, not new granite. so the process is still unknown
 

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


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



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 ′ ′.


How likely is this picture about 5201 hz frequency for building construction?
Wiseup themtoob channel shows that intricate Indian temple carvings "in stone" and the one you show on photograph 9 with much detail were originally made of wood and then were changed to rock like the process that made petrified wood we have in the deserts of the south west in America. The 6th photo is an upside down boat whose structure of steel has rusted away and left a negative space. Many structures were submerged in mud and water for long periods of time without decay and they petrified to stone over the ages.. The large negroid heads that are said to be sculptures found in central America are actually the heads of giants that was petrified. There is a place in the USA where a falling stream of water with heavy calcium, magnesium oxides where they put sneakers and other objects which turned to stone in a few years.
 

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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.

Why did the staircase melt?

One guess would be some kind of liquefaction process brought on by sudden earth changes. I'd have to look at the surrounding stone to see if it is of the same type and also melted. If not, why not? etc.

Another option is that when they set the cast stone, it was used as a staircase before it had completely set. Or the technique of laying stairs was a bit shitty and they removed the wooden frames too early, resulting in the middle of the steps melting a few days later.

If I had to guess, I'd say the last one.
 

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Why the technologies must be thousand of years old ? Why it could not be technology which is only a couple of decades old ?
I have found a context between technologies and plama-phenomenons. The idea of electric cable could come from birkeland-currents. The idea of calender or clook could come from a synchrotron-radiation. The idea of lightbulb could come from making a sun throught the Z-Pinch-Effekt of birkeland-currents. The idea of using microwaves could come from a supernova-event of a anode-sun. The webspider of the internet looks like the lichtenberg figures which are overall on the earths ground from after a supernova-event. So I believe the fossilized things which looks like modern things were modern things. A supernova-event could have been 3-5 decades ago. Humankind could have supressed that.
 

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Expression of high engineering ...
The perfection of the Qoricancha
According to the chroniclers, it was one of the most impressive buildings of the Inca Empire, it had entire walls covered with gold sheets inside, as it was the main temple dedicated to the Sun.
They are techniques that with the current ones, it is impossible to replicate. They are one of the examples that around the world, only ratifies the existence of "another humanity."
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It seems that it was a quarry of pillars and how did they do the work?
For as if they had cut a slice of hamburger meat.
Cave di Cusa, Trapani, Sicily, Italy
Calcarenite quarries, a type of limestone.
There are 60 stone blocks at this site, many of which are cylindrical in shape and in various stages of processing. Some blocks are randomly scattered throughout the area.
Apparently they date from the 6th century BC.

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Is basalt a good telluric energy insulator? Or is it an amplifier?
The juxtaposition of different stones must have had a technological effect.
Yes there is absolutely something special about Basalt in this regard. It is used together with Granite in very many of the domed "free energy" buildings.
I can't think of the thread where it's mentioned now, it may have been this one. An overlooked symbol of the old civilization translated by @Catalyst from tart-aria.info
Edit to add, actually it was probably this one which is in Russian and not translated yet. https://www.tart-aria.info/utrachennyj-kljuch-chast-1/
It seems that it was a quarry of pillars and how did they do the work?
For as if they had cut a slice of hamburger meat.
Cave di Cusa, Trapani, Sicily, Italy
Calcarenite quarries, a type of limestone.
There are 60 stone blocks at this site, many of which are cylindrical in shape and in various stages of processing. Some blocks are randomly scattered throughout the area.
Apparently they date from the 6th century BC.

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Reminds me of the Giant's Causeway pillars.
Or just a couple of hundreds.
This guy would agree with you Chinese professor: There were no ancient western civilizations; just modern fakes made to demean China

Don't know if anyone has seen this, View: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=V9PrKXZI_iw
 
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Yes there is absolutely something special about Basalt in this regard. It is used together with Granite in very many of the domed "free energy" buildings.
I can't think of the thread where it's mentioned now, it may have been this one. An overlooked symbol of the old civilization translated by @Catalyst from tart-aria.info
Edit to add, actually it was probably this one which is in Russian and not translated yet. https://www.tart-aria.info/utrachennyj-kljuch-chast-1/
Yes, you are right, it was written just recently. And actually I didn't just translate the previous one, I wrote it. Just wanted to present it neutrally. This last one is my work too, and currently I am working on the translation (50% ready, hope to finish it by the end of this week). I will upload a full copy in English here as soon as I finish.
 

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It seems that it was a quarry of pillars and how did they do the work?
For as if they had cut a slice of hamburger meat.
Cave di Cusa, Trapani, Sicily, Italy
Calcarenite quarries, a type of limestone.
There are 60 stone blocks at this site, many of which are cylindrical in shape and in various stages of processing. Some blocks are randomly scattered throughout the area.
Apparently they date from the 6th century BC.
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I don't think that's a quarry. I think it is an early cement casting works. I think they poured the concrete (liquid stone) is an area and then put the (wooden?) dividers in the cement to make the shape they wanted. In this case it was pillars. The wooden dividers have since rotted away or the workers pulled them out already (most likely). You can see the indentations in the ground. In the first image, the pillar top right was at the start of this process with the divider partially pushed down into the cement. For some reason, the workers stopped the process and pulled the dividers out. Maybe they didn't get paid? Or whoever commissioned them changed his mind? Or interrupted due to cataclysm?
 

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It is common to come across these types of comparisons, are they petrified machines? are they simple coincidences? They are comparisons that make the imagination run to multiple possibilities.

In this instance, I would venture to say that these may be stone records of or a tribute to ancient tech. Amazing how it is only relatively recently we have “invented” these technologies, and the inventors were kind enough to make sure the design matched these “artistic” columns of their favorite temples and historical sites...
 

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It is common to come across these types of comparisons, are they petrified machines? are they simple coincidences? They are comparisons that make the imagination run to multiple possibilities.
Yes, this is a valid line of thinking that needs to be considered seriously.
Some of these pillars do indeed ring like a bell, and we have all seen the stone concretions on iron and brass objects that have been submerged in water.

Humans have a history of repurposing technology.
Korben explored this here with cement kilns and cannons.

Suppose the day came when you realized you would never have electricity again.
Maybe you decide that old PC would make a decent planter box.

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The day came and went where there was no longer an analog broadcast.
Perhaps that old television could be put to use as a dog house.

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The day came and went and your ability to source petrol is long gone. That old auto seems to make a decent chicken coop.

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In my lifetime I have seen the system coerce or force each generation to become less self sufficient. And each generation warn about about the dangers of becoming too dependent on a system built on a house of cards. Maybe this can be attributed to lessons learned the hard way during the great depression. Or maybe the collapse of technological civilizations have occurred much more frequently than we have been led to believe.
 

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THE SHALMALA RIVER REVEALS A MYTHICAL COUNTRY AFTER DROUGHT
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Almost 1,000 carved works of art appeared in the Shalmala River, whose water level has dropped due to dryness. Researchers today do not understand the time of its origin or the way it is prepared.
India, Karnataka Allam, Canada North, Sahasralingam.

HB: Liquid rock is what we see here?
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There is a similar place in Cambodia called Saint Kbal Spean, a thousand lingam rivers.
 

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THE SHALMALA RIVER REVEALS A MYTHICAL COUNTRY AFTER DROUGHT
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Almost 1,000 carved works of art appeared in the Shalmala River, whose water level has dropped due to dryness. Researchers today do not understand the time of its origin or the way it is prepared.
India, Karnataka Allam, Canada North, Sahasralingam.

HB: Liquid rock is what we see here?
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There is a similar place in Cambodia called Saint Kbal Spean, a thousand lingam rivers.
Possibly. I'm wondering if this is one of those instances where the earth looked to have melted on top of everything, like we see a lot in Turkey and Asia and Petra. Or is it that the earth went to liquid and everything sunk down into it?
 
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