Category: Advanced Technology Toolmarks

Longyou Grottoes, China
the machine tool marks are clearly visible, the complex is so large that the full mountain is practically hollow
Ollantaytambo, Peru
perfect example of the aftermath of the wars of the Gods
Saksaywaman, Peru
what kind of force could have rolled over boulders the size of a room?
Petra, Jordan
Incredibly Rich in History!
Baalbek, Lebanon
Absolutely massive!
Puma punku, Bolivia
part of a large temple complex or monument group that is part of the Tiwanaku Site
The Great Pyramids of Egypt, Egypt
the Largest of all known Egyptian pyramids
Chittorgarh fort, India
quite impresive, - huge complex, amazing fine art...
Taj Mahal, India
amazing art! the older parts are from the times when Islam and Hinduism were still 1 religion
Serapeum at Saqqara, Egypt
Ancient Quarry remains Krakow city, Poland
Beit Guvrin-Maresha, Israel
the bell shaped (often gigantic in size) grottos have curious tool marks which is very hard to categorise as done by unsophisticated technology
Mount Olympus Quarry Tool Marks, Greece
the marks on this historic quarry run parallel and also turn at corners and definitely do not look like hand work
Aswan Quarry, Egypt
some of the polished high vertical walls with precise angels can't be replicated with modern portable tools in a way it would make a sense to do it in a quarry
Rock Cut Niches, Tunnels, Labyrinths, etc, Peru
whatever instrument cut these munerous things was sometimes even polishing the (often very hard) bedrock on the go, who and why cut all this?
Ain Dara Temple, Syria
particularly interesting are the cut marks left by tools superior than what we have nowadays
Le Champ Soyer Polissoir, France
Barabar Caves, India
Hattusa, Turkey
Tool Marks, Russia
Brighton Beach Megalithic Stones, United States
megalithic remains
Mausoleum of Tamerlane, Uzbekistan
Ancient Babylon ruins and Ishtar Gate, Iraq
Dome of the Rock, Israel
an Islamic shrine located on the Temple Mount in the Old City of Jerusalem
Koh Ker, Cambodia
Teishebaini , Armenia
attributed to 7th century BC Kingdom of Ararat (or Urartu in Assyrian) and overall looks do seem to correspond to that period, but what about the scattered basalt stones with high tech stone finishing?
Tihuanacu Area Toolmarks, Bolivia
The Pyramid of Sahure, Egypt
Abu Gurab, Egypt
Pyramids and Basalt Platform at Saqqara, Egypt
high quality work at the base of the pyramids and primitive piled stone on the top, the basalt platform is a building masterpiece (for our standards)
Mycenae, Greece
there is high tech cutting on the famous Lion Gate carving
Hawara Pyramid and Labyrinth, Egypt
high quality megalithic basis with monkey quality work on the top and the ground penetration scan shows amazing multilevel labyrinths below all that...
Browning Mountain, Indiana´s Stonehenge, United States
smoothly cut rectangular blocks of non local stone
Advanced Ancient Toolmarks, Greece
Ushi, Armenia
basalt building blocks with machine cut marks, the quackademics discarded them as garbage during the restoration of the local church
Belova Island Stones, Russia
too many stones show signs that they have been a part of a structure
Teotihuacan, Mexico
Cavustepe, Turkey
most interesting are the polished stones, very hard variety of rock
Al Naslaa, Saudi Arabia
who made the precise cutting?
Trujillo temple of the sun and temple of the moon, Peru
Nim Li Punit, Belize
Portara at Naxos, Greece and Rendlesham Forest site, Greece
Ziggurat of Birs Nimrud, Iraq
Huaca Pucllana, Peru
Trowulan, Indonesia
The Kremlin, Russia
Zaghouan water temple and the Sidi Medien aqueduct, Tunisia
Tarragona Aqueduct, Spain
Erebuni Fortress, Armenia
again those same perfectly cut black stones in the basis...
Ayanis Kalesi, Turkey
those same black (extremely hard variety of stone) blocks at the basis, exactly like at the nearby Çavuştepe Kalesi


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