Did ancient people know the secrets of levitation? And is it possible that they applied these secrets to make imposing constructions? A technology that has already been lost in time and space? Is it possible that the great ancient civilizations like the Egyptian, Olmec, Pre-Inca and Inca deciphered the secrets of levitation and other technologies that have been marked by today’s society as impossible or mythological? And if they did, is it possible that they used these “forgotten technologies” to erect some of the most incredible ancient buildings on our planet?
There are dozens of incredible megalithic places on our planet that defy the capacity of our day: Tiahuanaco, The Pyramids of the Giza plateau, Puma Punku, and Stonehenge among others. All of these sites were built using incredible stone blocks weighing up to hundreds of tons – blocks of stone that our modern-day technologies would have enormous difficulty handling. So why did the ancients use huge megalithic blocks of stone when they could have used smaller blocks and achieved a similar result?
Is it possible that ancient man possessed technologies that were lost in time? Is it possible that they had knowledge that exceeds our understanding? According to some researchers, ancient man may have mastered the “art of levitation” that allowed them to defy known physics and move and manipulate colossal objects with extreme ease.
13.000 feet above sea level stand the incredible ancient ruins of Tiahuanaco and its incredible ‘Sun Gate’. “La Puerta del Sol” or Sun Gate is an elaborately carved structure that is composed of stone blocks that weigh over ten tons. It is still a mystery how ancient managed to cut, transport and place these blocks of stone.
The Temple of Jupiter located in Baalbek, Lebanon is another masterpiece of ancient engineering where huge blocks of stone were put together to form one of the greatest ancient sites on Earth. The foundation of the Temple of Jupiter contains three of the most gigantic stones used by mankind. The three blocks of the foundation together weigh 3,000 tons. If you wonder what type of vehicle would be used to transport them, the answer is NONE. But somehow, ancient man was able to extract the rocks, transport them and put them in the determined place with such precision that not a single sheet of paper could fit in-between them. The Stone Of Pregnant Women in Baalbek is one of the largest stones in existence, weighing 1,200 tons.
The Egyptian pyramids are one of the “mission impossible” constructions that have caused astonishment among all who have had the opportunity to visit them. Even today, no one knows for sure how ancient man was able to erect such wonderful structures. Conventional science has proposed that approximately 5,000 men were used for their construction, working for twenty years to build them with ropes, ramps and brute force.
Abul Hasan Ali Al-Masudi, known as the Herodotus of the Arabs, wrote about how the ancient Egyptians built the pyramids in the distant past. Al-Masudi was an Arab historian and geographer and was one of the first to combine history and scientific geography in large-scale work. Al-Masudi wrote about how the ancient Egyptians transported the huge stone blocks used to build the pyramids. According to him, a “magic papyrus” was placed under each of the stone blocks, which allowed them to be transported.
After placing the magical papyrus under the blocks, the stone was hit with a “metal bar” which caused it to levitate and carried along the path paved with stones and fenced on both sides by metal posts. This allowed the stones to move for about 50 meters after which the process had to be repeated in order to place the stone blocks where they needed to be. Was he totally targeted by Al-Masudi when he wrote about the pyramids? Or is it possible that like many others, he was simply amazed at their magnificence, concluding that the ancient Egyptians must have used extraordinary means for the construction of the pyramids?
What if levitation technology was present on Earth in the distant past and ancient civilizations such as the Egyptians, Inca or Pre-Inca knew the secrets of levitation? What if levitation was possible in the past … but still today?
According to Bruce Cathie, in his book ‘The Bridge to Infinity’, priests in a monastery high in the Tibetan Himalayas accomplished the feats of levitation. Here below are excerpts from a German article:
Today we have made ‘technological’ advances that are making it possible to levitate objects. One such example is the ‘Hoverboard’ by Lexus. The Lexus hoverboard uses magnetic levitation that allows the craft to stay in the air without friction. In addition to the incredible design of the Hoverboard, we see the smoke coming out of it, this is due to the liquid nitrogen used to cool the powerful superconducting magnets that make its existence possible.
Is there a possibility that somehow, thousands of years ago, ancient humanity used a similar levitation technology that allowed them to transport huge blocks of stone without much difficulty?