Must See Megaliths 9.18

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Yaxha is a Mesoamerican archaeological site in the northeast of the Petén Basin region of Guatemala.

Saqsaywaman: remnants of a megalithic fortress constructed with a technology that our greatest modern engineering cannot replicate today. The largest stones weighing approx 125 tons and mortarless to where you can’t fit a human hair in between.

A small section of the sandstone quarry at Gebel El Silsila located in between Luxor & Aswan.

Petra is a vast complex that stretches over 12 kilometers in length.

Massive megalithic mortarless blocks can be seen at the ancient archaeological site of Abydos in Egypt.

A rare backside view of the Great Sphinx of Giza that features a giant… tail.

A drone’s eye view over ancient Sardinian ruins.

“This is the inner chamber of the Red Pyramid of Dahshur. Examine the red limestone blocks meeting points, the perfect 90° angle, literally like a perfect puzzle. One things for certain, this megalithic structure was created by highly intelligent beings with master stone masonry knowledge.” – mikebrownmediagroup

Ancient ruins unearthed at the Tiwanaku site in Bolivia.

The megalithic mortarless construction found inside the 20 meter high mound known as the “Royal Kurgan” in Kerch, Crimea rivals the best precision masonry of Egypt & Peru. It is dated from the 4th century BC (but may be much older?).

Close-up of the multi-ton mortarless precision architecture seen in the Sacred Valley of Peru at Ollantaytambo.

The exterior of the pyramid of Menkaure is enigmatic in that it is presumed to have had the lower courses of the casing stone made of rose granite from Aswan – 500 miles away, while the upper courses were of made of pure Tura limestone – found nearby in Cairo.

Hidden inside a very remote cave high in the Andes mountains is what is known as “Naupa Huaca” which translates to ancient temple. Cut with machine-like precision into the very hard andesite stone is what appears to be a doorway that leads straight into the mountain.

Found on the island of Menorca, the Naveta d’Es Tudons is thought to be an ancient megalithic tomb dated at around 2000 BC & is crafted of mortarless Cyclopean architecture.

The central tower of the Nuraghe Santu Antine of Sardinia.

Constructed with mortarless technology, the foundational stones at Saqsaywaman go approximately 12 feet underground, allowing it to withstand the tests of time.

The precision cut mortarless wall at Vinapu on Easter Island rivals the megalithic architecture of Peru.

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