An ancient stone that has been cut in half in a mysterious way
In Saudi Arabia, 220 kilometers South-East of the city of Tabuk in the province is an oasis of Tayma (relatively flat plain on the Western edge of the desert Al Nafud), which is world famous for the amazing rock Al Naslaa (e, Nasla). Amazing because it is divided into two halves, very smoothly, like a giant fantastic «cutter» .
The megalith was opened in 1883 by Charles Hoover (Charles Huver), and since then, among researchers of antiquities does not stop the debate, who and how could make that «stone cut».
Orthodox science, of course, leans to the natural formation of this unique megalith. The fact that it halves standing on small stone bases that could move like in height, which caused this huge boulder to crack. The theory, in General, at first sight plausible, but it has weaknesses:
- first, this «rift» is too smooth for a natural, nature, as a rule, does not like perfect geometric shapes and lines;
- secondly, according to geologists, the alleged «split» is across the layers in the stone, which is simply impossible in principle;
- third, after the «collapse» of the note (see pictures), half a stone is not moved relative to each other, which is contrary to the idea of displacement of poles in height. In addition, over the centuries, the halves don’t fall over, despite its fragile support.
The conclusion is that someone in ancient times (judging by the petroglyphs on the stone, which archaeologists are somehow far greater than the mysterious cut, it all happened several centuries before our era) in some incredible way, sawed or so evenly split this boulder. The most courageous researchers even suggest that in that distant time (the petroglyphs on this boulder likely deposited was much later) someone cut the stone with a laser. Not hard to guess who.
However, near the (on the photos it quietly) it can be seen that the edges of the fracture are not perfectly smooth, there is no vplyvov that leaves the laser, therefore, to talk about the fantastic stone cutters of antiquity with their alien tech, probably not worth it.
However, it remains a mystery how the ancient inhabitants of this region (and scientists have already proved that here from time immemorial people lived, because the place at that time was favorable for life and agriculture) were able to split this huge boulder, and so exactly? And most importantly, for what purpose? Not in order to confound and amaze us – their descendants?..
As to the surprise from the modern people, is ancient, apparently, turned everything in, whether they liked it or not. The thing is, what to look out for a fantastic megalith in Saudi Arabia attracts thousands of tourists every year. Of course, not only to him, the country went numb and other attractions, and yet stone Al Naslaa is the real highlight Saudi Arabia…