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Deep in the Siberian Mountains, an ancient megalithic site has been discovered and, believe me, it is mind-blowing. Located on Mount Shoria in southern Siberia, this site contains huge blocks of stone with flat surfaces, right angles, and sharp corners resembling cyclopean masonry. The super megaliths were found and photographed for the first time by Georgy Sidorov. The site was explored for the first time in 2013.
While the Pregnant Woman Stone of Baalbek is considered to be one of the largest if not “the Largest” single stone used in an ancient megalithic site with a weight around 1,500 tons, if researchers conclude that these megalithic stones are work of ancient man, it would rewrite our history making this ancient megalithic site house the largest stones on the planet.
According to preliminary reports, it is estimated that some of these gigantic granite blocks weigh around three to four thousand tons, and that’s heavy. What makes this site even more interesting is the fact that this extremely heavy blocks of stone have been stacked up to forty meters in height. Conventional archeology will have a hard time explaining these strange structures.
Their origin, purpose, and construction methods are unknown, but their beauty, precision, and importance will remain a subject of debate in the years to come. Could this Russian site be evidence of an ancient civilization that history was unaware of?
The structures alone are a mystery, but it is even more mysterious that during one of the expeditions to the site, compasses of the geologists behaved very strangely and for some unknown reason their arrows were deviating from the megaliths. (source)
Are these structures the result of ancient man’s ingenious construction methods? Or are they the result of mother nature’s incredible construction. Our planet has incredible sites that are attributed to nature, formations that at first may look like the result of mankind’s work are in fact the result of strange yet beautiful results of mother nature. There are a lot of questions that need to be answered but the beauty and precision of these blocks will surely attract more researchers to this Russian site in the hope of answering what these structures are. Geological tests of the site are a very important part of the investigation and hopefully, we will not have to wait long until answers are provided.
The few scientists that have taken the time to research this megalithic site have proposed that this rock formation is the result of geological processes associated with the intense weathering of the rock comprising Mountain Shoriya.
Both tectonic forces acting on deeply buried bedrock and pressure release that occurs within near surface bedrock as it is uplifted and eroded commonly form rectangular, block-like, rock formations that consist of jointed rock. Both tectonic forces acting on deeply buried, massive, bedrock, e.g. granite, and pressure release as this bedrock is uncovered by erosion can create sets of joints, which are known as orthogonal joint sets, that intersect at nearly 90°. Orthogonal joint sets quite often result in the formation of rock formations that are comparable in size and shape to the blocks shown in pictures of the alleged megaliths. – Wikipedia
Here is the private report of Archaeologist John Jensen:
The super megaliths were found and photographed for the first time by Georgy Sidorov on a recent expedition to the Southern Siberian mountains.
There are no measurements given, but from the scale depicted by the human figures, these megaliths are much larger (as much as 2 to 3 times larger) than the largest known megaliths in the world. (Example: The Pregnant Woman Stone of Baalbek, Lebanon weighs in at approximately 1,260 tons). Some of these megaliths could easily weigh upwards of 3,000 to 4,000 tons.
There is little commentary on Valery’s site, so the images are displayed here without much comments, other than my own limited observations.”
Here are the images of the site (Credit):