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STONE SOFTENING, PRECISION Cutting, Transportation of MEGALITHS
Ancient Technomagick - Versadoco
Without any prior knowledge, I was told yesterday of that the team at Versadoco have independently done a very nice video drawing from various researchers, both independent and government funded, including yours truly. They have done some lovely animations and illustrations, including animating patent drawing and I recommend it being worth your time.
The unconventional methods used to shape certain ancient megaliths are so extraordinary that one might contemplate the possibility of techniques such as "stone softening." But here is the problem. We can chemically affect stone with an acid to create a porous surface. We can also heat it to soften or even melt it. But in any case, irreversible processes occur after our intervention.
To soften a stone material, it needs to be crushed before firing. How is it possible for the solid rock to undergo softening without destruction and then return to a normal solid state?
Based on our current understanding, it may seem impossible, but there is evidence at many megalithic sites of tool marks and treatment that suggest the stone material was in a plastic state at some point. And the problem is we don't even understand the physical and chemical basis of such an effect. Until recently…
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