The Advanced Technology Of Ancient Civilisations
Were ancient structures the work of prehistoric precocity?
Ancient cities and structures have always stumped scientists as they struggle to find answers to exactly who were the great masterminds behind the mysterious constructions. But some believe that these landmarks, such as the the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, may have been the work of civilisations hundreds of thousands of years older than we may have thought, with technology even more advanced than we have today.
Before Its News reveals compelling evidence of ‘ancient technologies’ that may have been used to build these marvellous attractions at historic sites in Peru and Egypt, such as Machu Picchu and the Sphinx Temple; and the civilisations long before the Pharaohs and Incas were responsible.
Hidden Inca Tours guide and researcher Brien Foerster states that the workmanship and materials used were extremely advanced for the time, as whoever crafted the epic structures managed to complete the complicated task of construction without using mortar, the paste used to bind bricks together in modern masonry.
“The oldest construction is the finest, and where we find lack of mortar or cement-like material to glue the stones together, that is the oldest”, he says in a video.
“The newer stuff, as in 2,000 years old – that’s where you find mortar. It’s much more difficult to construct a building without mortar than with – the stones have to fit perfectly in place”.
Many of the surfaces are also perfectly flat, indicating that the civilisation that built the structures must have had advanced tools, such as saws, in order to shape the rocks so they would slot together geometrically.
“[There is] obvious evidence of machine cutting technology… which would require tungsten carbide or diamond tools”.
Diamond is the hardest known natural material and as well as being used in lavish jewellery, it is used on saws and drill parts for its ‘unbreakable’ structure. Tungsten Carbide is also used to make accessories, however it is also commonly used for industrial machinery, cutting tools and even armour-piercing (AP) shells – specialist ammunition first developed in the late 1850s to penetrate the armour of warships, however smaller projectiles are used to shatter bulletproof glass and body armour.
Not only is the craftsmanship a tell-tale sign of when the buildings were built, but also the natural destruction that has left the structures in ruins. Wind and rain erode rocks, in a process known as weathering, and the extent of which the rock has been worn away is key evidence to determining when the buildings were erected.
The Pyramids of Giza are the largest man-made construction in the world, and building is thought to have begun in 2584 BC according to Wikipedia, but National Geographic says that construction started on August 23rd 2570 BC after a team of Egyptian researchers made the calculations based on historical sightings of Sirius - the brightest star in the sky. But Egyptologist and author Stephen Mehler states that the weathering evidence on the pyramids shows that they are at least 10,000 years old. “This cannot be caused by wind and sand. This is classic water erosion, at least 10,000 years old!”
“Clearly erosion is the smoking gun”.
Egyptian artwork is also seen to have stark warnings and even predict the future, as the intricate hieroglyphs tell incredible stories. Theorists have suggested that the ancient Egyptians had knowledge of electricity and that the Pyramids of Giza were actually a power plant using vibrations to create electrical and sound frequency energy. Inside the temple of Hathor near the small town of Dendera, hieroglyphs show that people before the Egyptian dynasty times knew about electrical energy and technologies.
Mehler says, “It shows the knowledge of electricity. It shows a wire plugged into a box! Some people will say that this is just symbolic”.
“The ancient people had a great knowledge, a great technology, that could be abused in modern time. This is a warning to the dynastic people”.
“They had the knowledge of electricity, clearly”.
Other carvings also have references to modern technology, such as the 'Helicopter' hieroglyphs found at the Temple of Seti in the ancient city of Abydos. Many researchers have simply brushed it off as pareidolia, a pyschological phenomenon where people perceive a stimulus as having a different significance, such as seeing shapes in the clouds or hearing hidden messages in audio. But many claim that this is also evidence that there were highly advanced civilians that either predicted modern technology, or had similar technology during their era.
English author Christopher Dunn, famed for his book ‘The Giza Power Plant’, wrote about how the Great Pyramids were an advanced electrical facility and that the civilisation was way more advanced than thought by archaeologists and historians.
He wrote, “The Great Pyramid was a geomechanical power plant that responded sympathetically with the earth’s vibrations and converted that energy into electricity!”
“They used electricity to power their civilisation, which included tools with which they shaped hard igneous rocks”.
Similar evidence of energy creation was discovered in Peru, when ‘high-altitude ancient stone energy towers’ thought to have been built by the Inca tribe were examined. The ‘Chullpa’ structures found across the Altiplano (Spanish for ‘high-plain’, high plateaus in the Andes mountain range) regions in Peru and Bolivia, are a staggering 13,000 feet (nearly 4000 metres) above sea level and archaeologists believe they were built as funerary towers where nobles were buried.
But Brien Foerster believes the structures had another meaning before this, and although this may have been what the Incas used them for, the towers were built by a civilisation thousands of years before for different intentions.
“It doesn’t appear that it was built as a funeral tower. The initial construction seems to have a more pragmatic and possibly ‘energetic’ function”.
“This is an energy spot and the energy is still there. The question is: energy for what?”
Theorists that agree with the notion that there were extremely ancient civilisations long before the ones we know of had advanced technology; also think that aliens, or ‘ancient astronauts’ actually helped them build the structures.
According to many Ufology websites, leading archaeologist at the University of Cairo Dr Ala Shaheen reportedly said that implied that aliens helped build the Great Pyramids. He allegedly said at a conference when asked if it was alien technologies, “I cannot confirm or deny this”.
“There is something inside the pyramid that is ‘not of this world’”.
Dr Shaheen has denied making these claims and many others have dismissed it as a hoax.
Yet there are also many claims that other ancient cities were built through extraterrestrial involvement. The Derinyuku city in Turkey is believed to have been either built by ETs and later abandoned, or built by an indigenous civilisation to protect them from an aerial alien battle.
Writer Giorgio Tsoukalos, an advocate of the theory that aliens contacted ancient civilisations, said in a documentary, “Derinyuku was built out of fear of an alien enemy. The aerial enemies were extraterrestrials because they were the ones who were capable of flight!”
But the mystery still continues as to who and when these ancient buildings and structures were crafted. And although archaeologists and ufologists will never agree, intensive research from both parties will be the only way to find the truth.
“Although many archaeologists don’t like people ‘digging into the past’ when conventional explanations don’t satisfy, I feel it is essential”, writes Brien Foerster in his book ‘Lost Ancient Technology of Peru and Bolivia’.
“If the engineering feat of the Ancient Ones cannot or are not indeed answered satisfactorily… then the full story is not present”.