#Egypt #travel The Ramesseum | Substantial Know-how and Large Megaliths in Ancient Egypt | Megalithomania





Investigate historical Egypt in November 2019 with Megalithomania: with hosts Hugh Newman, Jim Vieira, Yousef Awyan & Jj Ainsworth.
Filmed on the ‘Resonance Science Foundation’ Egypt tour in October 2017, Hugh Newman, Nassim Haramein and Jj Ainsworth study two of the largest megaliths in Egypt. The Ramesseum has a 900 – one thousand ton statue and a 385 ton foundation block. Established in twelfth century BC it was a mortuary temple to Ramses ll, but how they quarried, carved and transported these granite blocks is still unclear. The crew measure and determine the excess weight of the stones and also focus on how substantial technology making use of energy tools need to have been applied at this web-site and others.

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11 Comments

  1. 1:31 … no you dont need computers. You dont even need modern industry. We have thousands of statues and stone decorations made before the industrial age.. of amazing skills and beauty.
    Like the granite works of Vigeland Parken (google + images) … all done before the industrial age.
    Its a myth that you need harder tools than the rock … ironicly, you need soft tools to make it smooth.
    Ever noticed how church steps in granite is worn down? … by shoes…. those diamond hard shoes 😉

  2. So that stippling, or dots carved into the stone seems to be scoring used help adhere a last layer of wet stone that's later stamped with hieroglyphics. I guess I always thought that the stippling or small dots were a decorative feature and turns out they're possibly functional. Excellent video.

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