Megalithic structures

The dolmens.

The name “megalithic culture” that we often use, reflects our confusion rather than understanding: it literally is just “the culture of the big stones”. And given the fact that stone structures can be found in almost all parts of the world, and that their very presence and technique evokes deep respect for the builders and a lot of questions, allows scientists and researchers of megaliths to relax and not to reckon with the fact that we actually have. And certainly does not tally the construction of megaliths and the statues of Easter island, the Peruvian lines and shapes, Chinese, Egyptian pyramids and the pyramids of other countries and peoples with a man in skins and a stone axe, which, according to official science, lived in that distant era.

Transport of stone blocks was a challenge yet, perhaps more time-consuming than the construction itself. In terms of, for example, of the Caucasus, where he found more than 2000 dolmens (and this is not the limit!), at that time the scientists were hardly the road.

And, of course, many researchers of megaliths is surprising very accurate and sometimes sophisticated processing of stone slabs. After the construction of such structures if we adopt a formal science that studies the period was very time consuming.

According to the official version, the dolmens were the places of worship that served for the burial of chiefs and noble people. But, as mentioned above, moviescene in a different way interpret the purpose of dolmens and other megalithic structures.

How was it possible to achieve this skill in the technique of construction and the performance in terms of hard struggle for survival? And if we consider the fact that the Caucasus has discovered a lot of dolmen constructions, which are located on the ground in large “settlement”, where the number sometimes there are more than 25, 50, 150, 300, quite dizzy from the different versions and assumptions. It is a pity that interest in the dolmens originated when already most of it had been destroyed, and sometimes is brutally destroyed. Even in the thickets of the forest, where the technique came and shook down the entire settlement… just for the sake of courage. From officially registered just over 2,000 dolmens, found in the Caucasus, unfortunately, as much as dilapidated and there are not more than 150.

The creation of these buildings in those days in itself is impossible, but, nevertheless, they exist, in defiance of modern science and as for us still a mystery.

We don’t know who built these structures, but none, perhaps, is no doubt the fact that the ancient builders had possessed great knowledge of astronomy, mathematics, Geology and architecture. As well as the Grand monuments and structures in historic times were erected around the world, we can conclude that we, modern people know almost nothing about their own history. And a new interpretation is already in the works of modern scientists and researchers.

The Orthodox science concerning dolmens have accumulated more questions than answers.

Across the planet thousands of years ago were erected megalithic structures, which lead to the astonishment of all of us mere mortals, but also of modern scientists.

Than they were for previous civilizations? Houses? The shelters? From whom? From what? Who and for what purpose they were built? Why around the world?

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