Carnac Megaliths

The Carnac Megaliths




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On the northwest coast of France, just south of Brittany, lies one of the most important prehistoric sites in Europe. At the seaside village of Carnac over 3,000 megalithic stones are placed in rows over 2 miles (3.2 kilometers) long.

The Carnac stones were hewn from local rock formations and erected between 4,500 to 2,500 BC, at the end of the Stone Age.

They are the largest collection of standing stones in the world.

David Childress, Author, Technology of the Gods: “Archaeologists are baffled by the many megaliths at Carnac here. It’s clearly a MASSIVE construction project with blocks of granite weighing fifty to a hundred, to even up to 350 tons.

Legends hear say that giants built carnac. But you have to wonder what is the real purpose of these giant megaliths, and why would prehistoric people have moved all of these massive stones and placed them in their many alignments here at Carnac.”

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Micheal Cremo, Author, Forbidden Archeology: “Thousands of large stones have been arranged in very interesting patterns they’re arranged in intersecting lines that form triangles that could only be visible from above the earth.

These arrangements of stones may have been a way of communicating with extraterrestrial beings.”

The ancient Greek poet Pinder spoke of a mystical land called Hyperborea far to the north where the Sun shined 24 hours a day. Legends claim that Apollo visited Hyperborea, traveling in his chariot of fire every 20 years.

Giorgio A. Tsoukalos, Publisher, Legendary Times Magazine: “Apollo who tells the Greeks, ‘Okay I’m gonna go see some other people. I’ve got to go and teach them.’

They asked, ‘Where are you off to?’ And he’s like, ‘Well, I’m actually going to a place that’s beyond where the north wind comes: it’s the land of the Hyperboreans.’”

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Although mainstream archaeologists speculate that the Carnac stones are most likely tomb markers, ancient astronaut theorists believe these stones are intentionally laid out in a unique geometric formation.

Erich von Daniken, Author, Chariots of the Gods?: “Many speculations existed since centuries. And only a few years ago in France they started to photograph this whole French Brittany by helicopters.

And when they put the pictures together — all of the sudden, someone realized, ‘Hey this is not coincidence the distances of the lines are always the same 2,860 meters. Or exactly the half of 2,860 meters.

The angles are always the same: it’s Pythagorean triangles. It’s all a gigantic geometrical pattern from Stone Age — which is impossible; our Stone Age people had no idea of Pythagoras triangles. Pythagoras was about 420 BC.”

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Carnac, Stonehenge, Arkaim. The Carna Stones located in the middle of France, south of Paris. True or false?

Pyramids of Giza, Pyramid of the Sun. Are there ten megalith stones at Carnac? Were they created in the Middle Ages? Are the stones tiny, small, medium-sized, big, gigantic or they vary?

Spheres of Costa Rica. Scholars, historians, archaeologists and scientists know everything about the Carna Stones. They know everything in exact detail. Is this right or wrong?

Coral Castle. Are the Carnac Stones circular in formation, just like in Stonehenge?

Saksayhuaman. Hyperborea was probably what is now Egypt. Is this correct or incorrect? In ancient Greece, did ordinary people travel to Hyperborea?

Machu Picchu. Are researchers unanimous about the purpose and layout of the Carna Stones? What is the traditional, mainstream hypothesis?

Nazca Lines. Is there an alternate theory? How did they come to this conclusion?

Easter Island, Moai. Were the creators of the Carna Stones knowledgeable in mathematics and geometry?
Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Yeti. Who do you you think constructed the Carnac Megaliths? How did they build them? Why did they construct the Carnac Megaliths?

Bermuda Triangle. Are there ancient mysteries in your country? Have you visited the pyramids, Stonehenge, Easter Island or other places with mysterious monuments?

Noah’s Ark. Would you like to visit these enigmatic places? What places would you like to visit?

Telepathy, ESP (Extra Sensory Perception). Are there many books, articles and documentaries about megaliths and other wonders and mysteries? Would you and your friends like to be a researcher, scientist or writer of ancient mysteries?

UFO (Unidentified Flying Object). What might happen in the future? Will people ever solve the mystery of these enigmas?

Tiwanaku. What could or should scholars, governments, universities and people do

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