200,000 Year Old Ancient Levitation Technology That Defies the Laws of Physics

Unfortunately, science has still not been able to figure out how to levitate larger heavier objects. Yet, history suggests the Ancient Civilizations might have already cracked this secret in their building of the pyramids and other megalithic monuments.

Did they have some advanced form of sound levitation to move thousand ton stones—a task that present day builders admit would be difficult even with the use of modern cranes? In many parts of the world there are enormous monoliths that even in this brilliant era of technology no advanced crane could possible raise.

Our modern society is proud of its technological and scientific achievements, but we are forced to admit that our ancestors possessed unique knowledge we still cannot gain access to. This brings us to the intriguing question: “Did ancients master levitation?”

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