WHO DID THIS?!?!
Notice the Guy in the fore ground… Who did this? Who was able to cut theses, 15,000 years ago and before the Stone Age. How these stones came to be there; why they were placed there; and specifically how they were transported into place, because some of the stones are of such magnitude that modern machinery isn’t capable of putting them there, but somehow our ancestors were able to do this. The moving, hoisting and setting of such massive stones, would have taken well over a 1,000 years to do with well over 300,000 men, working all day everyday and still may not have been possible. Then who or what placed them there and, perhaps more importantly, why?
As the pictures show in comparison to adult humans. Most of theses stones were the size of small homes. Many weighed in excess of 12,000 tons on average and were mostly granite, or limestone. Two of the hardest stones to cut in existence, without being machined. Even with today’s technology, we have nothing that will make machine cuts to stones and columns of that size.