Must See Megaliths 12.18

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Must See Megaliths 12.18

The massive megalithic mortarless blocks of the Abydos complex in Egypt surrounded by emerald green waters.

Mortarless joinery found at the Phimai historical park, one of the largest Khmer temples of Thailand.

The megalithic builders of Ollantaytambo wielded an ancient technology that enabled them to literally shape the mountain itself with machine like precision. For more, watch HERE

Phimeanakas at Angkor, Cambodia is a temple in the Khleang style.

Although nothing now remains of the ancient city of Texcoco which at one time rivaled the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan in magnificence, the nearby hill of Tezcotzingo provides abundant evidence of the skill of its unknown megalithic builders. For more, READ

Saqsaywaman, Peru: remnants of a megalithic fortress constructed with an ancient technology that defies our greatest modern engineering. For more, READ

The forgotten Nubian Meroë Pyramids of Sudan resting on the east bank of the Nile.

Ancient precision architecture seen upon entering the Sardinian megalithic subterranean chamber known as “The Well of Santa Cristina” in the 1200s due to its proximity to a local church.

Naqsh-e Rustam (Throne of Rustam) located in present day Iran. Engraved on the façade of a mountain range considered sacred in the Elamite periods are the rock-cut tombs of Achaemenid rulers dating to the 4th and 5th centuries BC.

Standing nearly 7 meters high & weighing an estimated 152 tons, the monolith of Coatlinchán is a colossal ancient statue that for centuries lay abandoned in an andesite quarry near the ancient city of Texcoco, before it was finally moved to Mexico City in 1964. For more, READ

The secret chamber beneath the Temple of the Sun at Machu Picchu. Fore more, WATCH

Polygonal precision masonry seen at Chinchero, Peru.

Magnificent photograph of the Nuraghe Orolo of Sardinia.

Ariel view of Teotihuacan in Mexico.

The magnificent multi-ton walls of Cusco, Peru crafted with ancient precision technology. For more, READ

Inside the ancient Nuraghe Piscu of Sardinia.

How many sides of this ancient Cusco stone do you see? This photo is number 10 on our list of “12 Photographs Mainstream Archaeology Does Not Want You to See.”

Mada’in Saleh is an ancient archaeological site located in Saudi Arabia.

The ancient “Doorway Of The Devil” at Amaru Muru, Peru.

The Avebury Stone Circle under the stars in Wiltshire, England.

To read the ground-breaking investigative series “Unlocking Lovelock: Attack of the Red-Haired Giants,” click HERE