Top 10 Photos of 2021

TOUR INFO / REGISTER 2021 was a great year of research and exploration regarding megalithic structures and ancient civilizations. From the hundreds of photos published this year on our Instagram account, here are the top 10 based on total impressions. #10) The ancient rock-city of Petra, Jordan (361K impressions) #9) Lakshmana Temple, India (374K impressions) … Continue reading Top 10 Photos of 2021

Has the Mexican Tiwanaku been Discovered?

Tour Info / Register By Marco M. Vigato Over the past century, dozens of carved megalithic stone slabs of unknown origin and function have been uncovered in the southern part of the state of Mexico and the north of Guerrero, mostly around the small archaeological site of San Miguel Ixtapan, Tejupilco. Further excavations, beginning in … Continue reading Has the Mexican Tiwanaku been Discovered?

Megalithic Marvels of Egypt Tour Preview

You are invited to join Megalithic Marvels founder Derek Olson & renowned Egyptologist Mohamed Ibrahim for the adventure of a lifetime – a 14 day expedition to see & touch the worlds greatest ancient super structures. Megalithic Marvels just interviewed Egyptologist & tour guide Mohamed Ibrahim to preview the upcoming February tour. Here are the … Continue reading Megalithic Marvels of Egypt Tour Preview

The Yonaguni Monument: Ancient Underwater Structure?

The Yonaguni Monument is an underwater stone structure that was discovered in the 1980s near Yonaguni Island, Japan. This ziggurat or step pyramid like structure is more than 165 feet long and some 65 feet wide. The monuments base lies 110 ft below the sea. Therefore, G Hancock believes it to be at least 13000 … Continue reading The Yonaguni Monument: Ancient Underwater Structure?

Ahu Vinapu: the Last of Easter Island’s Megalithic Walls

More Info / Register The Easter Island Moai statues are so iconic that most people have no idea that there still exists on the island at Ahu Vinapu, very ancient megalithic mortarless walls that may predate the statues themselves. Photo by Andrea Vera Sasso Captain Cook and the British expedition of 1774 marveled at the … Continue reading Ahu Vinapu: the Last of Easter Island’s Megalithic Walls

Unearthing the Royal Kurgan

February, 1837 - Kerch Crimea. After several years of exhaustive excavation trying find a way inside the giant earthen mound, archaeologist Anton Ashik & his weary team of explorers finally open the hidden entrance to one of the greatest megalithic marvels ever discovered between Europe & Asia - what has come to be known as the … Continue reading Unearthing the Royal Kurgan

Top 20 Magnificent Works of Megalithic History from 2020

Adj. megalithic - of or relating to megaliths or the people who erected megaliths 2020 was a very tough year for all of us, yet some of the greatest research and discoveries regarding prehistory, megalithic structures, lost technology, giants of antiquity & ancient civilizations took place. From the many videos, podcasts & articles I have enjoyed, below I have compiled my top 20 favorite resources created this … Continue reading Top 20 Magnificent Works of Megalithic History from 2020

PREHISTORIC Polygonal masonry at Palaiokastro

Hugh Newman has has put together a new film featuring amazing drone footage and up close views of the ancient polygonal masonry in Greece at what is known as Palaiokastro Fort. Just click play to enjoy this ancient adventure below. According to Hugh, Palaiokastro Fort is one of many hilltop constructions dating to the … Continue reading PREHISTORIC Polygonal masonry at Palaiokastro

Megalithic Connection in Italy & Peru?

Marica Massaro At the foot of mount Monte Velino in the Abruzzo region of Southern Italy lies the small present day town of Massa d'Albe. But thousands of years ago, Massa d'Albe was known by another name - Alba Fucens, which is said to have been founded by a powerful tribe known as Aequi, who lived in this … Continue reading Megalithic Connection in Italy & Peru?