Megalithic

Secret Island “Quary” in Italy

A special treat for people who contributed $20 or more. A real special site in the island of Favignana In Italy next to the Island of Sicily. The site is called Labirinto di Cave and is an extremely interesting place full of seemingly quarried rock and caves. Link to google images and the location provided …

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Osireion Abydos

As it was found: A snapshot back in time like it was just found.  http://staging.doaks.org/library-archives/icfa/icfa_img/exhibits_img/thomas_whittemore_exhibit/abydos After the cleanup Osireion today, full of water An older picture Immediately behind, to the south and set much lower, is another structure, of uncertain function. Frankfort (1933), who excavated it, called it a “Cenotaph of Seti”, but today it …

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Megalithic mediterranean. The Pelasgians and Illyrians.

in the Megalithic Mediterranean FB group: This particular blog post is a collection of articles, videos, pictures and information regarding pelasgian ruins across the mediterranean . I merely collected and consolidated this data for anyone interested in this information. Credit is given to respective sources if available. Most ancient Umbrian cities were settled in the …

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Neil mcDonald Magical Malta Tour

Neil McDonald’s Megalithic Tours Magical Malta Tour Magical Malta Ancient, Mystical & Historical Sites Tour Neil’s Book – ‘Malta & Gozo, A Megalithic Journey’ An Eight Day Tour of the Ancient and Historical Sites of Malta and Gozo The ancient temples of the sunny Mediterranean islands of Malta and Gozo are a real wonder of …

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Cyclopian Worldwide Polygonic Masonry

Torre d’en Galmés, Minorca, Balearic Islands / Spain By a friend on facebook:  “Clearly the remnants of another colony of the previous worldwide civilisation – the site looks cruder than most other megalithic sites, but it is certainly because the stones used there are limestone blocks, which got heavily corroded over time. A “trained eye” …

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Kings Chamber Observation – Jean-Pierre Houdin

Two Entrances to the King’s Chamber and How They Were Sealed Posted by: Shemsu Sesen Source: http://emhotep.net/2011/05/03/locations/lower-egypt/giza-plateau-lower-egypt/two-entrances-to-the-king%E2%80%99s-chamber-and-how-they-were-sealed%E2%80%94more-with-jean-pierre-houdin/ Is there a second, as of yet unopened, entrance to the King’s Chamber in the Great Pyramid?  How did the ancient builders seal the burial chamber?  Measuring the entrance that we do know about suggests that the sealing …

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Masuda Japan Megaliths And Other Asian Sites

Noteworthy also are the finds in Asuka, Japan, they look pretty similar to the Egyptian ones to me. Miyakozuka pyramid shaped tomb, just like a “step pyramid in eypt.” Japan is definitely of interest as well. https://www.city.kashihara.nara.jp/ataka/keniki/kankou_e/asuka_e/miyakozuka_e.html https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g1121322-d7094066-Reviews-Miyakozuka_Ancient_Tomb-Asuka_mura_Takaichi_gun_Nara_Prefecture_Kinki.html  Other sites of interest are: Tsukuriyama burial chamber, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. (last picture in above gallery, note …

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