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 thisContinue 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 lateContinue reading “PREHISTORIC Polygonal masonry at Palaiokastro”

15 Photos Mainstream Egyptology Would Rather You Not See (#6-10)

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 that confound today’s experts and defy our greatest modern engineering. Case in point, Egypt. Following areContinue reading “15 Photos Mainstream Egyptology Would Rather You Not See (#6-10)”

15 Photos Mainstream Egyptology Would Rather You Not See (#11-15)

Mention “Megalithic Marvels” for special reservation when registering 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 that confound today’s experts and defy our greatest modernContinue reading “15 Photos Mainstream Egyptology Would Rather You Not See (#11-15)”

Descent into the Sardinian Subterranean Chamber

Boasting some of the most breath-taking beaches found on earth, the Italian island of Sardinia is known by most as only a high-end resort vacation destination. However, this 9,305 square mile piece of land holds many ancient secrets known only by the very few. Dotting the island landscape like prehistoric castles can be seen overContinue reading “Descent into the Sardinian Subterranean Chamber”

Secrets of Sachsayhuaman

Sitting high atop the northern outskirts of Cusco, Peru, lies the mind-bending fortress of Sachsayhuaman (Saqsaywaman, Sacsahuayman) – one of the earth’s greatest megalithic marvels. Conventional archaeologists attribute the Inca to building this site. However, there are some problems with this theory. Is Sachsayhuaman much older than originally thought? How did its builders precision craft these mega-ton walls? Enjoy this videoContinue reading “Secrets of Sachsayhuaman”

Top 15 Photos of the Mysterious Bada Valley Megaliths

Hidden away in the Bada Valley, south of the Lore Lindu National Park in Sulawesi Indonesia, are hundreds of ancient megaliths and prehistoric statues estimated to be at least 5000 years old. It is not known for certain when these megaliths were made nor who made them. They were discovered by western archaeologists in 1908.Continue reading “Top 15 Photos of the Mysterious Bada Valley Megaliths”

Machu Picchu: The Crown Jewel of Peru

“The Crown Jewel of Peru,” part 4 of our exclusive investigative film series about Machu Picchu is here! “The Lost City,” discovered by Hiram Bingham in 1911 is one of the greatest megalithic marvels on the planet to behold. Surrounded by a backdrop of jagged mountain tops and lush green jungles, Machu Picchu means “AncientContinue reading “Machu Picchu: The Crown Jewel of Peru”

The Rock Ship of Masuda

Follow us on Facebook The village of Asuka, Japan holds an ancient megalithic secret. It hides several granite stone mounds that have been cut into unusual shapes. The largest and most striking of these is known as “Masuda-no-iwafune,” which translates as the “Rock Ship of Masuda.” Weighing approximately eight hundred tons, the Rock Ship measuresContinue reading “The Rock Ship of Masuda”