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Megalithic Blocks of South America

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As the saying is, it is better to see once, than hundred times to hear. Therefore I suggest you to look at some megalithic structures and megalithic blocks of Baalbek (Lebanon) and South America and to decide, whether they are similar to the megalithic blocks of the Temple mount in Jerusalem. Remember that megaliths of the Temple mount and Baalbek were made from limestones, and megaliths of the South America - from much more hard and solid (fast) andesites and diorites.

The biggest expert of pre-Incan antiquities professor Arthur Poznansky from Bolivia having examined the ruins of Tiahuanako (Tiwanaku) in Bolivia (megalithic ruins of Kalasaya and Puma Punku) during forty years and German cosmologist Edmund Kiss had established that these majestic constructions (structures) from huge stone blocks had been built 14-17 thousand years ago when, according to the opinion of the majority of scientists, there was Paleolith or Ancient lithic (stone) age on the Earth. They, and then G. Bellami, had shown that the stone calendar on the Gate of the Temple of the Sun in Kalasaya responds the time when a length of a year was  290 days, and duration of month and day were accordingly 24 days and 30 hours.
Calculations and conclusions of A. Poznansky and E. Kiss were checked up by professor Arnold Kolshutter (Bonn university), doctor Rolf Muller (the Potsdam astonomical observatory) and a number of other scientists. All of them have confirmed that Kalasaya had been built in accordance with exact (precise) observations for stars and has an age about 17.000 years.
But it is not all. According to legends of the Indians living near the ruins of Tiahuanako, the great city had been built before the awful catastrophe named by Chamak-Pacha or the Epoch of Darkness. There, where the Middlle Andian plateau is now stretched, rich by fish sea earlier lapped, and climate was tropical. Perhaps, this  fact, and also pictured on the calendar of Kalasaya flying fishs, not meeting here in the historical epoch, and died out in Pliocene taxoon have allowed to G. Belami to put forward a hypothesis that Tiahuanako has been built not 14-17 thousand years ago, and, at least, 10 times earlier. Most likely, in the end of Pliocene, i.e. about 2 million years ago.

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On the left photo - megalithic blocks of Triliton (3 huge blocks) in Baalbek, Lebanon. The size of each of them is 19,1 x 4,3 x 5,6 m and weight is 750 tons. On the right photo - the largest megaliths in the world - the Southern or Maternal stone block, having sizes 21,5 x 4,8 x 4,2 m and weight 1200 tons. In the same place. Photo by I. Karpov

Gigantic andesitic and dioritic blocks of the lower wall of Saksayhuaman "fortress" (Peru)  from 100 to 200 tons in weight were adjusted (fitted) to each other with such accuracy that it is impossible to push between them rather a knife blade

Examples of megalithic masonry from andesite and pink porphyry in Ollantaytambo, Peru. On the right - the saved fragments of the wall of the temple of the Sun

On the left - gigantic stone blocks in the lower tier of Machu Picchu, Peru; there are more late superstructures of Incan period above them. In the middle - building blocks from andesites and diorites from Puma Punku, Bolivia. On the right - the megalithic blocks from Ollantaytambo, Peru. Weight of some such blocks reach 500 tons

On the left - the gate of the temple of Ten Niches, Ollantaytambo, Peru. On the right - megalithic blocks from andesites or diorites from Puma Punku, Bolivia. Pay attention to holes in them and compare them with the holes of megalithic blocks on the Temple mount in Jerusalem

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On the left - a megalithic blok from Puma Punku, Bolivia. On the right - the Parent rock from Baalbek close up (photo by I.Karpov). Pay attention once again to holes in them

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