Journey to China’s Yangshan Quarry

In Part 2 of this 2 part exclusive interview, host Dee Olson interviews explorer Antonio Perez to find out about his experience at China’s mysterious Yangshan quarry. Just click play below to enjoy this exciting photographic interview! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwOtCoquxU8&t=31s

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. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_E4Bd3Mj_I According to Hugh, Palaiokastro Fort is one of many hilltop constructions dating to the … Continue reading PREHISTORIC Polygonal masonry at Palaiokastro

Exploring Iceland & Ancient Cambodia w/ Antonio Perez

In part 1 of this 3 part exclusive series, Dee Olson interviews explorer Antonio Perez to find out what living in Iceland is like & to learn more about Cambodia's ancient Koh Ker Pyramid. Just click play below to enjoy this exciting photographic interview! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbpUr_zBmt8&t=9s

Top 10 Photos of 2019

Space is limited. Mention Megalithic Marvels for special reservation 2019 was a great year of research and exploration regarding megalithic structures, ancient civilizations and hybrids/ giants of antiquity. From the hundreds of photos published this year on our Instagram account, here are the top 10 based on total likes. Follow @megalithicmarvels on instagram and join our other … Continue reading Top 10 Photos of 2019

The Rock Tomb of Kapilikaya

Follow us on Facebook The present day country of Turkey is home to many well-known megalithic sites such as Gobekli Tepe, Hattusha and Midas Kenti, but it is also home to a much lesser known yet equally impressive ancient site known as “Kapilikaya.” Located about 27 kilometers north of the city of Corum and hidden … Continue reading The Rock Tomb of Kapilikaya

Must See Megaliths 12.18

Subscribe via email so that you never miss a post 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 … Continue reading Must See Megaliths 12.18

Naupa Huaca: Peru’s Megalithic Cave of Mystery

Subscribe via email so that you never miss a post Approximately two hours northwest of Cusco and far off the beaten path of tourists lies a megalithic marvel tucked away in a high, remote mountainous cave. While there are many ancient archaeological sites in Peru and around the world that display megalithic architecture, Naupa Huaca might … Continue reading Naupa Huaca: Peru’s Megalithic Cave of Mystery

12 Photographs Mainstream Archaeology Does Not Want You to See

Subscribe Via Email So You Never Miss a Post Conventional archaeology propagates the notion that the further we look back into history, the more archaic the civilizations we see and the more inferior their methods of construction. Yet all over the world are ancient anomalies and megalithic marvels constructed with a lost high technology that confound … Continue reading 12 Photographs Mainstream Archaeology Does Not Want You to See

10 Photos that Prove Megalithic Engineers Predated the Inca Builders

Subscribe via email so that you never miss a post I recently came back from Peru where I was visiting some of the most ancient megalithic marvels on the planet. By megalithic, I am talking about construction that is thousands of years old - some estimate upwards of 10,000 + years old, yet was made with an advanced … Continue reading 10 Photos that Prove Megalithic Engineers Predated the Inca Builders