Unusual megalithic and «curved» stones in the Egyptian Temple of Khafre
Temple of Khafre in the valley ( Khafre»s Valley Temple), situated on a plateau Giza (Egypt) is one of the most interesting ancient structures on Earth. It is constructed from a super-massive stone blocks, some of which weigh more than 150 tons, and has the following design elements that are eerily reminiscent of megalithic structures that are all over the world, including in Peru.
Temple of Chephren is 500 metres from the pyramids of Chephren and next to the Great Sphinx. The walls of the temple are well preserved because until the 19th century it was almost entirely covered with sand. Auguste Mariet opened it in 1852 and gave it the name Temple of the Sphinx, believing that the temple is dedicated to this creature. It is now believed that the temple took the mummification of the Pharaoh (pharaohs) before burying him in the pyramid.
The walls and pillars of the temple is made of red granite, and the floor of limestone slabs. It is believed that the stones mined nearby.
The walls of the Church are deprived of any inscriptions or drawings, only it was decorated with statues of the Pharaoh. The temple is considered to be an absolute miracle of ancient technology for a number of reasons. First, it is one of the oldest surviving ancient Egyptian structures. Second in style and incredible stone masonry it can be compared only with the current temple of the Sphinx, standing beside and a temple of Osiris in Abydos.
Photo: Keith Payne
All these three temples still cause many disputes among professionals about how exactly they were built. During the construction of the Temple of Chephren used massive blocks weighing from 100 to 150 tons each are unclear as moved. The walls of these stones have no gaps and every stone with merciless precision fit in with the others.
In addition to the megalithic stone masonry in the Temple you can find an incredible «curved» corner stones. They also cause confusion and admiration both among professionals and among ordinary tourists.
They seem to be parts of complex 3d-puzzles and very carefully attached to each other. How they were created, too, remains a mystery even for scientists.
Photo: Keith Payne
If we go to a place called Ollantaytambo, an ancient archaeological site in Peru, we find there are incredibly similar to ancient Egyptian supermassive walls, built by the ancient South American civilizations thousands of years ago.
The same feeling that «built by the same instructions and drawings» we know if you go to other Peruvian coricancha temple in Cusco.
The Khafre lived in the middle of the third Millennium BC, but we don’t know with him whether the temple was built, named after him. The start date of the construction of Ollantaytambo and Koricancha, the scientists also unknown. Who’s who borrowed technology development? Or maybe it was just one sverhrazdutaya civilization?