I’ve been interested in ancient civilizations since high school, but what Brien Foerster said never occurred to me. Were handcrafted stones used to build amazingly intricate temples and buildings, pyramids and other structures?
I disagree with Brien Foerster, but who am I to argue with him? His theory is as follows.
This technique was developed by the Romans and was discovered as recently as 60 years ago. Our ancestors had the technology to pour concrete into molds and make stones large or small.
Elongated skulls and monolithic stones
Some stones were carved, though not all. If the Romans had to carve every rock from scratch, it would take a million years to create roads. Geologists used electron microscopes to establish that the Romans, Incas and Egyptians created their own rocks.
You don’t transport a ten-ton or a hundred-ton stone hundreds of miles away; instead, you create them in-place, as we do now. We are still gaining knowledge! The megalithic stones are handcrafted on site, which explains why they fit perfectly.
Wooden sticks in the mix were used to drill holes in the megalithic stones, not diamond drills! That’s how we do things now, just like the Incas did. Learn how to make stone tubes by watching one of the hundreds of tutorial videos available on YouTube!
Even thousands of years later, you can’t fit human hair between rocks. The world is flat used to be “common sense”, but let’s start applying it to reason. If the rocks are handmade exactly where they will be placed, mortar is not necessary. Handmade tight rocks can be fabricated in a matter of minutes.
As I stated earlier, your arguments above are somewhat improbable; yet certain stones were transported from distant regions and set in place. We still don’t know what caused the laser cuts. Watch the video below and leave your comment.