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Cueva de Menga. Megalithic Tomb c. 2500 BC or c. 1800 BC.– Near Antequerra, Andalusia, Spain

Cueva de Menga. Megalithic Tomb c. 2500 BC or c. 1800 BC.– Near Antequerra, Andalusia, Spain

Beneath Machu, lies a huge cave “enlarged and shaped artificially to precise geometric forms, masonry of white granite ashlars. This is the cave from which the Anunnaki sent the first Inca king to found Cuzco, 75 miles southeast of Machu. [Childress, 2012:319 -343; Lost Realms 140 - 154]

Beneath Machu, lies a huge cave “enlarged and shaped artificially to precise geometric forms, masonry of white granite ashlars. This is the cave from which the Anunnaki sent the first Inca king to found Cuzco, 75 miles southeast of Machu. [Childress, 2012:319 -343; Lost Realms 140 - 154]

Dolmen. Hwasun County, Korea. Dolmens are megalithic stones, found both in Europe and in Asia, that mark the burial of prehistoric elites. Those in Hwasun date to the 6th-5th century BC, later than Gochang and Gonghwa. They belong to the "southern" type of dolmen, in which a capstone is supported upon a set of smaller stones and the burial is placed underground. There are hundreds of dolmens scattered around Hwasun County, between Hyosan-ri and Daesin-ri.

Dolmen. Hwasun County, Korea. Dolmens are megalithic stones, found both in Europe and in Asia, that mark the burial of prehistoric elites. Those in Hwasun date to the 6th-5th century BC, later than Gochang and Gonghwa. They belong to the "southern" type of dolmen, in which a capstone is supported upon a set of smaller stones and the burial is placed underground. There are hundreds of dolmens scattered around Hwasun County, between Hyosan-ri and Daesin-ri.

Cloud People of Peru -- the sarcophagi are large statues painted white with red…

Cloud People of Peru -- the sarcophagi are large statues painted white with red…

Called "Inca" ruins in the Chachapoya territory on the edge of the Peruvian jungle, these megalithic remains probably predate the Inca by thousands of years.

Called "Inca" ruins in the Chachapoya territory on the edge of the Peruvian jungle, these megalithic remains probably predate the Inca by thousands of years.

New evidence discovered on a 9000 year old site in Saudi Arabia suggests that the history of horse-taming may go beyond that currently known.

New evidence discovered on a 9000 year old site in Saudi Arabia suggests that the history of horse-taming may go beyond that currently known.

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