The giant Angkor Wat temple complex is located in Cambodia, near the modern city of Siem Reap. According to the official version, it was built in honor of the god Vishnu during the reign of Khmer King Suryavarman II (the first half of the XII century). Discovered by archaeologists in 1860, this temple is currently listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Here, everything is amazing, ranging from the size of the temple complex (200 hectares of area) and its monumental beauty to the fact that such a grand stone splendor was built in just forty years.
The fact is that this large-scale construction took 5 million tons of sandstone, which was mined 40 kilometers from here. In order to get it, transport it, cut it into blocks, grind to the level of polished marble and then carry out seamless installation, at least a design institute, metallurgical and engineering industry (stone cutting machines, tractors, cranes, loaders) were needed, not to mention unique technology of the installation itself, which is not on the shoulder of modern builders.
Even using the technology of the XXI century and the concrete solution (and not the jewelery fitting of the plates), this would take centuries, and after all, no industrial industry in the kingdom of Suryavarman II is mentioned …
Moreover, all surfaces of the temple complex (which are square kilometers) are covered with the finest bas-relief carvings depicting various scenes. Moreover, as established, it appeared after the construction of walls, columns, lintels, and so on. That is, stone cutters had no right to make mistakes, because otherwise they would have had to disassemble, for example, half of a wall. No current architect would agree to this!
Further, it is believed that stone blocks were broken out of the rock with scrap, transported by boat, polished by grinding stone to stone, and climbed along an earth mound with the help of logs and elephant force traction. The ground under the foundation was rammed to the degree of a monolith almost with sticks.
Even a schoolboy understands that this is absurd.Try to grind each other to a perfectly smooth surface, even two small stones, and you will realize that this is impossible. Where did they get so much scrap metal at that time (there were no open-hearth furnaces and foundry) in order to break down millions of tons of sandstone? And with the help of which, finally, was it possible to assemble such a colossal complex from separate blocks?
Specify that the Angkor Wat temple was not built to visit the believers, only the highest worshipers were allowed to enter it. The conclusion suggests itself that it was erected for the gods and, apparently, by their own efforts. Because only the participation in this construction of some higher powers (most likely aliens or representatives of a more developed Earth civilization) can explain the fantastic technologies that were used here. It is this that allowed to erect a gigantic temple complex (see more video about it) in all its glory and beauty in terms that modern builders seem unthinkable.
The main thing remains unclear: why was the temple erected? In order for the local population to worship omnipotent gods, or was it carried out training of priests, designed to carry sacred knowledge to future generations? Or is it just an architectural message to earthlings of the future (that is, you and me) – a message over which centuries have no power, is a mystery and at the same time the key to understanding the true history of the Earth ?
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