All around the world, there are hundreds of sites with stone buildings, walls, and temples that date back from 1,000 a.d. to 12,000 b.c. Each with its own history, and its own legend. But, all have one thing in common. We have NO idea how they were built. We have theories here and there but nothing that is written in stone. Since most of these sites have rocks that range from 5 tons to 350 tons, there are some flags raised as to how exactly they got some of these rocks on top of each other. Even with modern day machinery, it would take over 40 heavy-duty cranes to lift some of these rocks. It would take 10-20 men alone to move a 1-ton rock. So...how many would it take to actually lift a 350 ton rock? A LOT. And the method of doing so is still in question. The all-around best theory that people can come up with is....you guessed it...aliens. That perhaps ancient civilizations had some kind of extraterrestrial help. Either lifting these stones for them or providing them with the tools and knowledge to do so themselves. For an example, some type of anti-gravity device. Here is a story now of a man who claims to have done so himself.
Moving on to something more widely known, we go to the Carnac Stones in France. There are over 3000 of these babies spread of 2 miles of land. There are many way out there theories on what they were for. And the local legend was that they were invading Roman soldiers that the wizard Merlin had turned to stone. All I know is the fact that some of these things weighed over 300 tons and had been cut and pointed at the top. And that some of them were placed in actual geometric shapes forming things such as: rectangles, circles, and triangles. Yet, the craziest one of all was the one that was shaped in a Pythagorean Triangle. Oh...did I mention that these things were constructed in the Stone Age? Ya...cavemen doing advanced mathematics. What is going on here? How would they know that A squared plus B squared equals C squared? Strange....Well the bottom line is that these things were constructed for a purpose. So what is that purpose? One theory that I like is that of the World Grid Theory. In which the Earth has certain points on it that are more strongly magnetized than others. And that this site could be one of them. Some tourists say they can actually feel the energy as they walk through and touch the stones. I want to know if I throw a piece of metal at one of those stones...will it stick? Another is that of which this site was meant to be seen from the sky. As a sort of beacon to those who seek it out. Perhaps using the magnetized rocks as a GPS. But who would be flying around in that time and era? You guessed it once again....aliens.
Now on to one of my favorite sites. Sisian, Armenia...the site of Carahunge, meaning 'speaking stones'. Also known as the Armenian Stonehenge. Carahunge has 203 slabs of basalt. Some weighing up to 50 tons and covering over a 1/3 of a mile. It is estimated over 7,500 years old. That's 4,500 years older than England's famous Stonehenge. The most remarkable thing about these stones is that 85 of them have holes carved straight through them. Most aiming at the sky, which leads some to believe that this could be one of the worlds first astronomical observatories. One such alignment they were believed to be pointing at was that of Cygnus. Greeks, Chinese, and other cultures around the world have believed that Cygnus holds a special power. And that it is there from which we descended. And it is there where we will return when we die. Of course other cultures have similar beliefs about the stars in Orion. Who knows? There may have actually been different races of aliens who came here. Dispensing different beliefs and knowledge on humans. Maybe that is why we are so screwed up...lol. Anyway. this isn't why I like this site. Its the petroglyphs nearby that catch my attention. They depict humanoid figures and animals. And date back to 10,000 b.c. Now I'm going to show you a picture of one such carving that just freaks me out. This is a stone carving of two figures holding up a spherical object.