Ancient Advance Technology: Megalith Ruins Of Sacsayhuaman With Many breathtaking Images, Never Seen Before.


Why did so many different and distinguished ancient cultures, in so many different places around the world, use such large and difficult, cumbersome building blocks to construct their temples & fortresses, when they apparently did not possess any suitable technology for cutting, moving and setting such huge blocks of stone?…Or Did They?

“The Incan city of Cusco was originally built, designed and laid out by its builders in the form of a Puma. The magnus ruins known to the world as Sacsayhuaman which are to be found above the city were constructed as the head of the puma. Once an acknowledged ceremonial centre, Sacsayhuaman was partially destroyed by the Spanish conquistadors as a potrayal of strength & authority after an Incan revolt in 1536. Up until the 1930s Sacsayhuaman served as a pre-cut rock mansion for the modern city of Cuzco.

Modern archaeologists believe that recent research shows that the oldest part of this ancient city was built by Killke 1,000 years ago, but the Inca legend goes beyond that. These ancient megalithic objects claim that they were created by gods descending from the sky. Sacsayhuaman’s bricks are breathtaking. Massive stone walls weighing over 50 tons merge into one, as if molten, making them perfect like a puzzle.

On construction sites all around the world it is generally accepted that the practice of using squared blocks is the easiest way to ensure the construction of a horizontally level wall…

But the stone masons of the pre-Euro American cultures of South America had developed the baffling ability to shape and flushly assemble monolithic size blocks with great accuracy and apparent ease, but for some strange reason or choice these masons built in a very irregular fashion. The blocks are not laid in even rows, the blocks rarely contain any 90′ Right Angles and some blocks possess 5,6,7,8,9 or more corners on a single face. Yet these unconventional craftsmen still managed to display apparent ease & grace when it came to fitting the faces of these huge abstract blocks together.

The crazy stone block pictured below at Cuzco, has 12 corners, and all its faces fit snuggly to the surrounding blocks.

The Odd Shape of Windows & Doors?
The general shape seen in most of the windows and doors is that of a trapezoid, i.e, similar to an oblong with one end being narrower than the other. When it came to the shape and positioning of any windows or doors, a different level of accuracy, ancient technology was practised. All window are perfectly shaped with precised corners.
Smooth surface, precised corners, with no gaps even for a single piece of paper to pass.
Thrones carved out of single hard rock
Different shapes and their binding. Is this kind of architecture possible in today’s era?
This picture demonstrate incredible masonry skills. Details are amazing
demonstrating Sacsayhuamans’ stonemason abilities to shape these huge stones in a unique manner, creating bent corners; Did ancient stonemasons from Sacsayhuaman really have the ability to soften rock?
Are these rocks squeezed together


All pictures are taken from Pinterest, Wikipedia and incan tours.

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