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

Journey to the Megalithic Water Temple of “Tipon”

Subscribe via email so that you never miss a post http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnmnm2Khyj8 Tipon is an Inca word meaning “Water Temple.” Upon first glance I was blown away by the scale of this mountainous archaeological site where water from the peaks high above channels down through various aqueducts and then connects to endless waterfalls and fountains located … Continue reading Journey to the Megalithic Water Temple of “Tipon”

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

EASTER ISLAND PART 2: Ancient Highways, Construction of the Colossi & Walking Statues

A Megalithic Marvels Special Investigative Series To Read "Easter Island Part 1: The Long-Ears, Civil War & the White-Skinned Cannibalistic Priests" click HERE RAPA-NUI AND VIRACOCHA In the 19th century, missionaries and their Polynesian companions from French Oceania began to refer to Easter Island as “Rapa-nui” which translates to “Great Rapa,” and thus added another name … Continue reading EASTER ISLAND PART 2: Ancient Highways, Construction of the Colossi & Walking Statues