Did the Nephilim walk the earth?

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    michael17
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    We are confronted with seemingly impossible masonry in South America and elsewhere involving over 100 ton multi faceted cut building stones and in many case Andesite, a rock that cannot be cut with known ancient tools was the material of choice and with construction so precise that a sheet of paper can not slide between adjacent megalithic stones. Even with modern moving equipment and cutting tools masons find the task too difficult particularly in Cusco Peru. Elongated  skulls have been associated with these sites. Are they the half humans of old?

    https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRxhbKMA/

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    #45544

    _Robert_
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    Nobody can ever fool you, michael17. Those darn scientists. There is a huge conspiracy probably caused by satan, whereby scientists just refuse to study such important stuff. Thank god for TikTok, though. Keep up the good work, glad you’re on it.

    #45545

    Unseen
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    “Andesite, a rock that cannot be cut with known ancient tools” which to me implies that there may be tools (or techniques) we haven’t uncovered yet.

    As far as elongated heads, humans have been doing body mods for a long long time. Head binding resulting in elongated skulls is nothing new and doesn’t require occult or other worldly, much less Biblical explanations. Here are some other disturbing body mods done by low-technology cultures:

    (The idea that Scarlett Johansson thought she needed a boob job just makes me sad.)

    #45547

    Andesite, a rock that cannot be cut with known ancient tools was the material of choice…

    Is andesite not a generic name for specific types of rock just as sedimentary is?

    Who is the expert on ancient tools that claims that it cannot be cut. Was this known to geologists before the invention of Tiktok?

    #45548

    @unseen – if that guy feel down a stairs he would be OK as he would only fall one step at a time.

    #45549

    _Robert_
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    @unseen – if that guy feel down a stairs he would be OK as he would only fall one step at a time.

    A trench warfare specialist.

    #45550

    michael17
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    “Andesite, a rock that cannot be cut with known ancient tools” which to me implies that there may be tools (or techniques) we haven’t uncovered yet. As far as elongated heads, humans have been doing body mods for a long long time. Head binding resulting in elongated skulls is nothing new and doesn’t require occult or other worldly, much less Biblical explanations. Here are some other disturbing body mods done by low-technology cultures: (The idea that Scarlett Johansson thought she needed a boob job just makes me sad.)

    “Andesite, a rock that cannot be cut with known ancient tools” which to me implies that there may be tools (or techniques) we haven’t uncovered yet. As far as elongated heads, humans have been doing body mods for a long long time. Head binding resulting in elongated skulls is nothing new and doesn’t require occult or other worldly, much less Biblical explanations. Here are some other disturbing body mods done by low-technology cultures: (The idea that Scarlett Johansson thought she needed a boob job just makes me sad.

    Ha ha, but that’s the point, This does not correspond to typical head binding as shown in the clip.the skulls are voluminously disproportionate. A two year old is shown with a head size nearly as big as its torso. Moreover the genetics don’t correspond to the region.

    #45551

    michael17
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    Andesite, a rock that cannot be cut with known ancient tools was the material of choice… Is andesite not a generic name for specific types of rock just as sedimentary is? Who is the expert on ancient tools that claims that it cannot be cut. Was this known to geologists before the invention of Tiktok?

    The same enigma of lost technology appears in Egypt:

    https://www.ancient-origins.net/artifacts-ancient-technology/cut-stone-lost-technology-ancient-021545

    #45552

    _Robert_
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    Artificial cranial deformation – Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artificial_cranial_deformation

    #45553

    _Robert_
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    The Egyptians used copper tube drills and wedges to rough cut blocks.

    https://www.hallofmaat.com/unforbiddengeology/ancient-egyptian-copper-coring-drills/

    Granite with wet sand can polish granite. Silicon Quartz is harder than granite. They had plenty of cheap labor and lots of time. There are lost methods to history for sure. The Neanderthals made a superior type of birch pitch glue using a very precise method. It’s not like the ancients had lower IQs. In fact, I’d can probably argue the opposite is true.

    #45554

    michael17
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    Artificial cranial deformation – Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artificial_cranial_deformation

    Once again deformation does not account for the huge volume disparity, even as seen in a 2 year old.

    #45555

    michael17
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    The Egyptians used copper tube drills and wedges to rough cut blocks. https://www.hallofmaat.com/unforbiddengeology/ancient-egyptian-copper-coring-drills/ Granite with wet sand can polish granite. Silicon Quartz is harder than granite. They had plenty of cheap labor and lots of time. There are lost methods to history for sure. The Neanderthals made a superior type of birch pitch glue using a very precise method. It’s not like the ancients had lower IQs. In fact, I’d can probably argue the opposite is true.

    All attempts of cutting granite using that method have resulted in poor results.  But with andesite it wold be a complete failure

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    #45557

    _Robert_
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    Artificial cranial deformation – Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artificial_cranial_deformation

    Once again deformation does not account for the huge volume disparity, even as seen in a 2 year old.

    Oh yeah? Let’s see the research paper/data that details the huge disparity (as if you know the dimensions that would constitute a huge disparity.) Oh, let me guess, real scientists are not interested in this for some “conspiracy reasons”, LOL.

    #45558

    _Robert_
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    Andesite on the Mohs scale is between 6 and 7, less than quartz sand. If you grind away with fine quartz you will polish andesite just like erosion shapes the mountains that are made of the stuff. Oh, and BTW, construction projects from antiquity like this could take decades or even lifetimes, so when someone says that would take “forever to do”, that is NOT meaningful.

    #45559

    Unseen
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    Andesite, a rock that cannot be cut with known ancient tools was the material of choice… Is andesite not a generic name for specific types of rock just as sedimentary is? Who is the expert on ancient tools that claims that it cannot be cut. Was this known to geologists before the invention of Tiktok?

    This untoolable andesite might actually be impossibilium or oxymoronium.

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