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Mysteries of ancient construction

A look at the extraterrestrial hypothesis for the construction of massive ancient structures.


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Comment icon #1 Posted by Talion on 11 October, 2013, 12:06
The ancients knew a technique to dissolve or soften the stone by use of acid plant extracts! Early explorers even came upon one of the jars containing the rare liquid. Will look up the story if I can locate it again.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Talion on 11 October, 2013, 12:15
"In one place in his diaries he records a remarkable conversation with another explorer concerning an unusual forest bird that nests in perfect round holes in rock cliffs. The man had actually spent 25 years living in the forests with the local natives and he had this to say: “They make the holes themselves. I've seen how they do it, many a time. I've watched, I have, and seen the birds come to the cliff with leaves of some sort in their beaks, and cling to the rock like woodpeckers to a tree while they rubbed the leaves in a circular motion over the surface. Then they would fly off, and come ... [More]
Comment icon #3 Posted by lightly on 11 October, 2013, 14:01
Hm. That just might be a good explanation for the surfaces which look as though they had been softened , or glazed ... as if heated . ?¿? I'd sure love to see exactly how the builders accomplished the engineering and appearances of those MEGALITHIC polygonal walls.

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