Herculean task..heh. Did you read what I posted about the Romans? They dragged several granite pillars each weighing 60 tons for a 100 km, and then they sailed from Egypt to Rome, and again, dragged those pillars for another 700 meters. THAT is a Herculean task.
And did you watch that video I posted? A whole village pulling a block of stone the ancients had left?
I have watched dozens of videos you posted, now I want your opinion about the ones I posted.
You have made the point about the Thunder Stone and I said that in no way was that a reasonable comparison because they deliberately waited for the ground to freeze and they used ball bearings as rollers. The Ancient Peruvians had no such advantage to my knowledge. The Romans had millions of slaves to call upon because slavery was the basis of their economy.
No evidence that the Ancient Peruvians had such resources. Your recent video; was the block lifted? If so how far? Dragged up up hill? These points need to be looked at before any such methodology can be compared. If I get time I'll look at it again.
On the subject of quarrying, this photo to me is far more interesting. It's a photo of The Wall of the Living Rock. It shows the smooth surfaces left behind when the rock was quarried. Not easy to account for that unless one brings high technology into the equation.