Real Ancient Technology Found In Cuzco Peru 2012 New

Real Ancient Technology Found In Cuzco Peru 2012 New


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31 thoughts on “Real Ancient Technology Found In Cuzco Peru 2012 New”

  1. The truth is, we have had high tech tools and electronics for millions of years. The planet Itself has a way of periodically erasing most of the evidence. Yet the fact is, this current world civilization is not at all the first to be “advanced”.

  2. The markings in the bore holes match the markings of hardened metal alloys that have diamond cutting edges; yet we can not cut so much stone quickly enough to cause those elongated striations that the man in the video is describing.This is due to the fact that the perfect cutting done in those bore holes would have to be done with both high speed and precision similar to an automated assembly line. However in cutting through stone at high speed and with such precision we frequently have problems with our cutting tools getting caught up even with water cooling and cleaning. Even oil doesn’t protect the cutting tool enough to go seamlessly through several feet or meters of stone without jamming happening. Jamming causes damage to the stone which we don’t see in this bore hole. I have only seen this kind of precision and speed in automobile manufacturing plants where we use high tech machines to cut and drill at high speeds to mass produce vehicles for sale to customers in America and the world. However in automobile manufacturing we are not cutting stone which has changing densities and materials that we would need all kinds of sensory tools for like sonar to detect the changes and avoid them in our planning and selection phases of what we as engineers need for building materials. Sadly someone needs to be extremely highly educated in order to pick up on these minute details which no one really has today because of the current education system favoring specialization instead of multidisciplinary field mastering. I only know this much because I have worked in engineering,physics, and various other fields of professional employment. As my teacher said about a young genius he met before I was ever born: I asked this young man about his education and he said to me “I know a little bit of everything” which after hearing this I realized that the lesson was simple. My students, I hope you will all leave here with curious minds and learn to be creative more than simply memorizing facts and numbers and equations. The smartest people are the most stupid because they forget to use and strengthen their inborn ability to imagine,create, and accept that craziness is only in the minds of inferior for what was once thought crazy is now fact like the Wright brothers and the first airplane.

  3. the degree of skill required to achieve this level of perfection with a hammer and chisel is unimaginable, especially the perfectly round holes and the depth of material they pass through, bearing in mind the hardness of the stone,scary

  4. Regarding the “high speed rotary or vibrationary tool…” mentioned at 1:14 —
    The grooves are coarse, and unlikely to have been made by a high speed tool. A rotating tool, but we needn’t make it sound like something modern and fast. That hole could have taken several weeks to cut (time was not as important to ancient peoples as it is to us). Also, if there was some higher power at work there (my suggestion, not the video maker’s) then why wouldn’t the hole be perfect and smooth?
    This video has suggestive comments which will guide some people towards certain conclusions. If only we could move away from the belief that this (or any other) quality work was only able to be done by aliens/lost civilizations, and give humans the respect they should have, we would all be better educated.
    “It does look like an electrical conduit system went through it… it’s just weird…” ( 3:39 ) — yes, but what about some plausible suggestions, or even accepting it may all be decoration? And how do we know that it was assembled the same way as it originally was? We just don’t know, but too many people are ready to believe such suggestions because they cannot get their heads around the accuracy/complexity/size of some ancient stuff.
    Perfect joints between stone blocks are easily attainable if you have the time, energy and motivation. Stones can be lapped (moved one on top of the other, with hard grit or sand between them) and they will eventually wear each other away to fit together perfectly. The vertical faces would be cut/dressed after the horizontal joints were done.

    This is an interesting video, and I’m certainly not condemning it — I just feel that in these days of relative mediocrity regarding real handmade things we don’t need to suggest modern explanations for perfect and seemingly ‘impossible’ work. Given time and motivation, just about anything can be accomplished by hand, with specialised (hand-operated) tools.

  5. Can only agree with some of the comments made below. The suggestion that it was a high power tool such an electric drill, which is the what this idiot essentially says, is nonsense and foolish.

    The same results can be achieved by manual tools over a long period of time and any suggestion otherwise is pathetic and without basis in reality.

  6. “If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” – Tesla

  7. How can that be advanced technology when it’s so obviously primitive? Glory holes are not meant to be 3 feet long! Clearly, the technology to make a usable, working glory hole was in its infancy. Surely, they’re not trying to have us believe the men had 3 foot schlongs back then , as well as advanced technology?! Preposterous!

  8. Wow… more strange stuff from the ancients and we need more engineers to see this stuff and give opinions. Huge stones and accurate cutting/alignment. Those stones with holes look like they had straps and bars that connected them and may have been used to  move them or water ran through there. THey may have used diamond technology to bore the rocks We need more answers on this stuff. Great time to mention that the Mayan calendar measures 25 thousand year cycles of our solar system going in and out of the center plane of our own Milky Way Galaxy. I guess we can say civilization although lost or mysterious goes back way farther than we know. We might be studying upper mid land and mountain peoples only because so much is sunk beneath all coasts of the world and not yet found.

  9. I can’t see everything, but doesn’t it look like a window that could have had steel bars protecting it? Maybe the holes in the blocks held a steel bar frame… Pretty remarkable for the age of it regardless.

  10. Thanks for putting this video up I’ve been to see these myself in Cuzco (almost 20 years ago now) and I still often think about how did they do this ? what technology has been lost?

  11. These blocks are likely cast geopolymer.
    The score marks being where the mold rod has been pulled out of the soft uncured rock

  12. If you show me these stones without any comment, and also not pointing out any tool marks, I still would never think about a “primitive” culture having made them. They look so well made even in a video.

  13. A rotating tube made of wood or bone (or both) + water + quartz sand + slave labor + time = hole through a rock. The “straight” (not so, look closer) lines inside the holes are veins of softer mineral inside the rock. Clearly visible in 2:20. The vein continues in the broken cross section. The sand has just eaten the softer material away more efficiently. Any E.T. will confirm my theory. Just call them.

  14. Possibly mass produced from poured cement, though petrified with time giving the look and feel of that of real rock. If it is petrified to an extent would mean that it is far older than we may think today, perhaps even 10, 20 thousand years old or more.

  15. I’ve bored holes into granite with a hammer drill and a carbide bit. The holes are rough and powdery. What he’s showing is lapidary work, those holes were smooth and shiny–made by an abrasive. The stones are basalt, with a hardness of 8. Silica sand has a hardness of 9, so sand could have been used as the abrasive. A wooden dowel coated with abrasive could have been used as the drill, but it might have been a metal dowel. After all, they did use metal staples to tie the stones together. A bow could have been used to rotate the drill. This isn’t rocket science. It’s labor intensive work that requires critical thinking, a good eye and a steady hand.
    The function of the holes should be obvious: you pass ropes through them or pass dowels through them to which you can tie ropes. The ropes can be used to slide the stone back and forth to lap it into place, hence no room between stones.
    It’s pretty cool that native Americans had such technology and were so accomplished in stone cutting and lapidary work.

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