Did ancient civilizations know the secrets of levitation

(ORDO NEWS) — What technologies could make it possible to build the temple of Jupiter in the Lebanese Baalbek? This ancient structure is a gem of ancient engineering.

In the foundations of the temple of Jupiter lie three of the most massive stones ever mined and moved by mankind. In total, these three stones weigh an average of 3,000 tons. Imagine transporting something like this in today’s world. Is it even possible?

The more we explore our planet, the more mysteries we encounter. Thousands of years ago, countless ancient civilizations called our planet home. On nearly every continent, complex cultures arose that subsequently built some of the most astonishing ancient monuments we have ever encountered.

Pyramids, walls, megalithic temples and towers – thousands of years ago, various cultures built complex monuments using “limited” technologies.

At least that’s what we’re told. But what if we consider for a moment that we don’t really know everything about ancient humanity and that we don’t know how some of the most complex monuments in human history were built?

What if what we know isn’t all that close to the truth?

No, this is not a conspiracy theory, but food for thought.

Stop for a moment and get rid of the pre-recorded thoughts that have been sold through the history books over the years. Get rid of the idea that we know everything and that we are the most complex and advanced society that has ever existed on the planet. Get rid of the mainstream ideology that many of us firmly adhere to as hard fact.

What if great ancient civilizations such as the ancient Egyptians, Olmecs, Incas and Pre-Incas developed technologies that had long since disappeared? What if mythology is more than myth, and what if some legends are true?

What if some of the greatest megalithic structures erected on the surface of the planet by human hands were built using technology that is alien to us today? What if today we cannot recognize this technology and reject it without research?

Humanity has been developed for more than 12,000 years ago. When I say “advanced” I don’t mean today’s society, but advanced in its own way. They were complex, self-taught, understood and perceived the world in a completely different way from the way we perceive it today.

Perhaps this state of mind played a role in the achievements of ancient civilizations.

Step away from conventional wisdom and take a fresh look at ancient sites such as the Pyramid of Giza, Tiahuanaco, Teotihuacan, Ollantaytambo and Sacsayhuaman.

Take a look at Stonehenge, for example, and ask yourself if there is more to it than just stones? If your answer is yes, then you have just shown yourself how susceptible you are to the pre-imposed definitions of an ancient site.

As an example, a recent study showed that Stonehenge was built in such a way that its megalithic stones were able to amplify sound waves and keep them inside the stone circle.

But many other places are fascinating examples of the ingenuity and level of development of our ancestors. Many of these sites challenge our understanding of early man’s capabilities.

I am always amazed when I look at images of the precisely cut Puma Punku blocks or the exact holes present in this place. The walls of Sacsayhuaman never cease to amaze me, as does the megalithic complex of Ollantaytambo.

Observing the care, precision and elegance with which these objects were made, I can’t help but wonder if they were built with ordinary, primitive tools – sticks and stones – or if some “higher” was involved in the process. technology? Without forcing conspiracy theories, I would lean towards the latter option.

I firmly believe that many of the megalithic monuments that we study today have not revealed all their secrets.

Another exciting example is Göbekli Tepe, an ancient site that I really admire, not only because it symbolizes, but also because it is a perfect example of how advanced our ancestors were.

Göbekli Tepe, for example, was built about 12,000 years ago. History textbooks tell us that at this time the region where Göbekli Tepe was built was inhabited by hunter-gatherers.

The people who built Göbekli Tepe created something unprecedented: never before in history have such massive structures been built using such heavy stones.

Analysis of the area revealed at least 200 massive stone pillars with an average weight of 10 tons. These blocks were brought from local quarries, the furthest of which was about 1,000 meters away.

It is striking not only the size of the pillars weighing 10 tons, but also the fact that these stones were transported and then lifted into place, forming 16 stone circles, consisting of 200 pillars.

The most curious thing is that there are even heavier stones in Göbekli Tepe. The researchers found pillars weighing up to 20 tons, and one block weighs up to 50 tons. How could our ancestors move such heavy blocks 12,000 years ago?

It is amazing to even think that this place was created when history tells us that this region was inhabited by nomads who foraged for food in the valley.

Göbekli Tepe is clear evidence to the contrary and testifies to the fact that 12,000 years ago, developed societies already inhabited the Earth. These cultures, which may have been the remnants of an even older society, were highly trained in stonework, quarrying, geometry, and engineering.

But where did they get this knowledge from? Have they been passed down from generation to generation? Were they written in stone? Were records deleted? Or was such a place really built by hunter-gatherers?

I am not trying to downplay the capabilities of our ancestors; I’m just trying to understand the bigger picture while trying to keep an open mind.

Two main theories try to explain Göbekli Tepe: it was either a temple or an astronomical observatory, but given that we have only excavated 5% of the area, we cannot know this, and it is presumptuous to try to explain this place with so little information in hand.

It is striking not only the size of the pillars weighing 10 tons, but also the fact that these stones were transported and then lifted into place, forming 16 stone circles with a total weight of 200 pillars.

The most curious thing is that there are even heavier stones in Göbekli Tepe. The researchers found pillars weighing up to 20 tons, and one block weighs up to 50 tons. How could our ancestors move such heavy blocks 12,000 years ago?

It is amazing to even think that this place was created when history tells us that this region was inhabited by nomads who foraged for food in the valley.

Göbekli Tepe is clear evidence to the contrary and testifies to the fact that 12,000 years ago, developed societies already inhabited the Earth. These cultures, which may have been the remnants of an even older society, were highly trained in stonework, quarrying, geometry, and engineering.

But where did they get this knowledge from? Have they been passed down from generation to generation? Were they written in stone? Were records deleted? Or was such a place really built by hunter-gatherers?

I am not trying to downplay the capabilities of our ancestors; I’m just trying to understand the bigger picture while trying to keep an open mind.

Two main theories try to explain Göbekli Tepe: it was either a temple or an astronomical observatory, but given that we have only excavated 5% of the area, we cannot know this, and it is presumptuous to try to explain this place with so little information in hand.

Places such as Göbekli Tepe, Ollantaytambo, Sacsayhuaman, Puma Punku, Teotihuacan and many others testify to the high technological level of ancient civilizations.

When I say sublime, I don’t compare it to the technology we have today, and I don’t mean they had trucks and cranes. But I believe they have unlocked the secrets of stone manipulation in a way that we cannot do today.

What if among these secrets is the “technology” of levitation?

Listen to me.

What kind of technology could have made it possible to build the Temple of Jupiter in Baalbek, Lebanon? This ancient structure is a gem of ancient engineering. In the foundations of the temple of Jupiter lie three of the most massive stones ever mined and moved by mankind. In total, these three stones weigh an average of 3,000 tons.

Imagine transporting something like this in today’s world. Is it even possible? Even if we divided these stones into three 1000-ton blocks, the mission to move them would be almost impossible.

Although it may seem far-fetched and be nothing more than a myth, the ancient writer known as the Herodotus of the Arab world, named Abul Hasan Ali al-Masudi, was of the opinion that mankind knew the secrets of levitation.

In particular, an Arab historian wrote that in ancient Egyptian times, when the first pyramids were being built, the ancient Egyptians had a kind of magical papyrus that was installed around the stones, making them float after being hit by a metal rod.

Then these stones were moved along a path paved with stones and fenced in each section with metal poles. According to Al-Mas’udi, the stones could be moved 50 meters, after which the process was repeated as many times as needed to get them to the right place.

I’m not suggesting that this is necessarily the case, or that magic was used to move and build some of the most impressive monuments the world has ever seen, but what if?

I can’t help but wonder if al-Mas’udi was being objective when he discussed the movement of stones with “magic papyri”, or if he, like so many others, was simply shocked by these monuments and could not explain their existence in any other way. ?

Even the Roman writer Pliny, who denounced the Egyptian pyramids as “an empty and stupid demonstration of royal wealth,” found a lot of interest in observing the pyramids.

Pliny wrote: “… the most curious question is how the stones were raised to such a great height …”.

People have probably been asking this question for millennia, perhaps even as far back as ancient Egypt, when kings like Tutankhamun ruled over the land of pyramids and mummies.

Bruce Cathy wrote one interesting book for me called “Bridge to Infinity”.

In the book, Cathy explains how a priest in monasteries high in the Tibetan Himalayas achieved and mastered the feats of levitation. While Cathy’s posting may seem controversial, I find the following quote from his book to be exceptional;

One day his friend took him to a place in the vicinity of the monastery and showed him a sloping meadow, which was surrounded by high cliffs from the northwest.

In one of the rocks at a height of about 250 meters there was a large hole, similar to the entrance to a cave. In front of this hole was a platform on which the monks built a rock wall. The only access to this platform was from the top of the cliff, and the monks climbed down with ropes.

In the center of the meadow, about 250 meters from the cliff, lay a polished rock slab with a bowl-shaped depression in the center. The bowl was one meter in diameter and 15 centimeters deep. Oxen Yak dragged a stone block into this recess.

The block was one meter wide and one and a half meters long. Then, 19 musical instruments were installed along an arc of 90 degrees at a distance of 63 meters from the stone slab. The radius of 63 meters was accurately measured. The musical instruments consisted of 13 drums and six trumpets. (Ragdons).

Behind each instrument stood a row of monks. When the stone was in place, the monk behind the snare drum signaled the beginning of the concert. The snare drum had a very sharp sound, and it could be heard even against the background of other instruments, which created a terrible rumble.

All the monks were singing and chanting a prayer, gradually increasing the tempo of this incredible noise. Nothing happened for the first four minutes, then, as the speed of the drumming and noise increased, the large stone block began to sway and sway, and suddenly it flew into the air with increasing speed towards the platform in front of the opening of the 250-meter-high cave. After three minutes of climbing, he landed on the platform.

Continuously they brought new blocks to the meadow, and the monks, using this method, transported 5-6 blocks per hour along a parabolic flight path about 500 meters long and 250 meters high. From time to time the stone would break, and the monks would remove the broken stones.

I would like to think that something like this is possible and that ancient civilizations may have used technology to make their job easier.

I would like to believe that stones like those in Göbekli Tepe were not mined with sticks and stones. People already then owned artifacts that are not entirely understood today, and which allowed them to move and position megalithic structures.

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