Gammel byggekunst

Dette er det første av mange planlagte innlegg om forhistorisk byggekunst der byggmestrene ikke bare benyttet seg av teknologi som mainstream forskning ikke kan forklare hvordan var mulig for flere tusen år siden. Mainstream forskning kan ikke en gang forklare hvordan enkelte av de teknikkene våre forfedre benyttet skal kunne gjentas i dag.

Ferden vil bli lang, og den vil ta oss med til mange kontinenter. Her er en forsiktig innledning, og denne gang er det litt om historisk byggekunst i Libanon og Indonesia.

Den gravide kvinnen

Det er navnet denne gigantiske steinblokka i Libanon har fått.

Den gravide kvinnen

Stone of the Pregnant Woman

The stone block still lies in the ancient quarry at a distance of 900 m from the Heliopolis temple complex. In 1996, a geodetic team of the Austrian city of Linz conducted topographical measurements at the site which aimed at establishing the exact dimensions of the two monoliths and their possible use in the construction of the gigantic Jupiter temple. According to their calculations, the block weighs 1,000.12 t, thus practically confirming older learned estimations such as by the French scholar Jean-Pierre Adam.

Legg merke til søylene med megalitten liggende på topp litt høyere og en snau kilometer unna. Dette er det såkalte Jupiters Tempel, som mainstream påstår at Romerne bygget.

Finnes større steiner i området?

Den største

Second Monolith

A second ancient monolith was discovered in the same quarry in the 1990s. With its weight estimated at 1,242 t, it even surpasses the dimension of the Stone of the Pregnant Woman.

Baalbek og et av de fantastiske byggverkene – Jupiters tempel

Jupiters tempel i Baalbek

Dette er de seks tjue meter høye søylene som står igjen av det som opprinnelig var 42 søyler som omkranset tempelet.

Wikipedia får seg til å skrive nesten identisk om dette som de gjør om alle de andre fantastiske byggverkene som dukker opp på alle kontinenter:

The Roman construction was built on top of earlier ruins and involved the creation of an immense raised plaza onto which the actual buildings were placed.

De som klikker linkene under kan vil bli vitne til mainstreams sedvanlig patetiske forsøk på å forklare hvordan, i dette tilfellet «romerne», klarte hogge ut, transportere, og reise/heise disse kolossale steinene som ingen maskiner på jorda klarer rikke i dag.

Dette er bare et av et stadig voksende antall forhistoriske steder der man har funnet byggekunst vi ikke er i nærheten av å kunne gjenta i dag. Det kommer mer, og det blir om forhistoriske kunnskaper som langt overgår de vi har i dag. Her er en liten smakebit:

Gunung Padang Megalithic Site

Steinene i Indonesia

Gunung Padang is a megalithic site located in Karyamukti village, Cianjur regency, West Java Province of Indonesia, 50 km southwest of the city of Cianjur or 6 kilometers from Lampegan station. It is the largest megalithic site in all of Southeastern Asia.

The existence of the site was mentioned in Rapporten van de Oudheidkundige Dienst (ROD, «Report of the Department of Antiquities») in 1914. The Dutch historian N. J. Krom also mentioned it in 1949. Employees of the National Archeology Research Centre visited the site in 1979 for a study of its archaeology, history, and geology.

Located at 885 metres above sea level, the site covers a hill in a series of terraces bordered by retaining walls of stone that are accessed by about 400 successive andesite steps rising about 95 metres. It is covered with massive rectangular stones of volcanic origin. The Sundanese people consider the site sacred and believe it was the result of King Siliwangi’s attempt to build a palace in one night.

2013 survey

The structure beyond the Mount Padang structure is older than the upper structure. At a depth of 1-4.5 meters by Beta Analytic Radiocarbon Dating (BETA) the older (below) structure was built in 4,500 BC, and the upper structure around 500 BC. At a 4.5 meter depth there are stones with specie consisting of 45 percent ferrum, 15 percent clay, and the rest silica. The surveyor found a 10 centimetre steel fraction.

The Independent Research Integrated Mount Padang Team, facilitated by the Special Staff of President for Social Assistance and Disaster, found man-made stone structures beneath the ancient site of Mount Padang, at Karyamukti Village, the District of Campaka, Cianjur Regency. According to the result of the survey of team that did an archaeological excavation and geoelectric surveys on the eastern slopes of the hill in March 2013, the structure of column andesite stone was found with near horizontal position elongated east-west.

Therefore it can be concluded that material which is laid between the columns’ andesite stones is in fact a man-made grout. This indicates the technology of that time likely included some form of metallurgy.

Fantastisk, ikke sant? I tiår har ærlige forskere forsøkt å fortelle verden om dette stedet, mens mainstream «forskere» har gjort alt de kan for å undertrykke sannheten. Heldigvis har sannheten det med å presse seg fram. Før eller senere dukker den nesten alltid opp.

Another discovery of the petrological analysis is the finding of many microfissures, or microscopic cracks, in the thin section of andesite stone columns that appear non-natural because the cracks cut the stone’s constituent mineral crystals.

Natawidjaja stated that Mount Padang has same historic significance as Borobudur if not greater, because it represents a potentially sizeable breakthrough in this century’s understanding of «the cradle of civilizations» and a proof of the great monuments of the oldest civilizations in their glory destroyed by catastrophe many thousands of years ago in the prehistory of Indonesia. Like the site of Gobekli Tepe in Turkey, its scientific documentations push back the boundaries of modern anthropological understanding significantly.

Mainstreams undertrykkelse av sannheten smuldrer, og dette kommer til å få ringvirkninger også i forbindelse med en av de største bløffene som finnes, nemlig pyramidene i Egypt og dateringen de har forsøkt lure oss med. Og hva så med den egentlige dateringen i Indonesia? Her er Wikipedias mer enn forsiktige antydning:

The site was dated 6,500 years BP (before present) by carbon radiometric dating at 3–4 metres below the surface (12,500 years at 8 to 10 metres below the surface.

En annen versjon er fra myndighetene i Indonesia.

The Site of Mount Padang is the Evidence of Architectural Masterpieces of Ancient

The Ancient cement has also been found on a canyon railroads between the porch steps one and two, and also on drill core samples from a depth of 1 to 15 meters of drilling conducted by the team in 2012 and then on the site.

The Geologist team and also the center coaches of Indonesian Association of Geologists center, DR. Andang Bachtiar, find more surprising facts. The Cement material has a primary composition of 45% of iron mineral and 41% of mineral silica. The rest is 14% clay minerals and there is also the carbon element. «This is a good composition for strong cement adhesive, perhaps combining between the concepts of resin or modern strong adhesive made from silica materials and the use of concentration of the iron element which become as brick amplifiers,» said Danny H. Natawidjaja

The results of radiometric analysis of the content of the carbon element in some samples of cement in drill core from the depth of 5-15 meters which was conducted in 2012 at the prestigious Laboratory, BETALAB, Miami, USA in the mid-2012 shows its age with a range between 13,000 and 23,000 years ago.

De av dere som synes at dere hører en gjennomgående tone , så tror jeg lyden er Darwinismen som slår sprekker.

Og byggmesterne? Mitt tips er at fremtidige utgravinger i Indonesia vil avsløre den samme signaturen som er funnet på alle andre forhistoriske byggsteder. Serpentinens klan hadde sitt bumerke.

Slangen og livets tre

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stone_of_the_Pregnant_Woman
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baalbek
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gunung_Padang_Megalithic_Site
http://setkab.go.id/en/news-8100-the-site-of-mount-padang-is-the-evidence-of-architectural-masterpieces-of-ancient.html

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  • 24. november 2014 at 16:06
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    Når det gjelder Gunung Padang, så er det en helt OK presentasjon av dette stedet i The Sydney Morning Herald – Digging for the truth at controversial megalithic site, hvorfra jeg siterer kort og hotlinker et bilde:

    And Hilman thinks there is much more to it under the surface. If he’s right – and Indonesia’s President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is enthusiastically encouraging his investigations – then buried beneath the piles of ancient stone is by far the oldest pyramid on the planet.

    Hilman says it could predate the next oldest by a dozen millenniums or more, suggesting an advanced ancient civilisation in Java. »It’s older than 9000 [years] and could be up to 20,000,» Hilman says, as he sits on a fallen column of stone. »It’s crazy, but it’s data.»

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