Advanced impossible ruins found in Ethiopia
There are many ancient sites, dotted all around the world, which indicate a far more advanced knowledge of architectural design, than the funded, studied civilizations, in which they are attributed too.
And although, as clear evidence mounts, evidence seemingly ignored, evidence which makes said fields of study look rather foolish… as they seemingly buckle to this new form of intellectual peer pressure. i.e, public free thinking,,, thankfully, a rather logical perception, their attempts to attribute advanced knowledge to primitive culture diminishes.
As we delve further into this lost history, we reveal more and more compelling links which cross the continents of our planet.
There are many, at first perceived as humorously perplexing ancient feats of building, that after further reflexión with an artistically motivated eye, reveal an incredible story, these tiny details were added to demonstrate their sheer prowess, prowess we suspect, was inspired by an even greater, and even more ancient civilization, a nearly impossible proposition to comprehend, yet one we strongly feel, is now a high possibility.
Set upon a small hill, 1.8 km northeast of the Stelae field within Ethiopia, gazing upon the mountains of Adwa, are what modern academia claims are two tombs.
Attributed to the 6th-century, the location indeed contains the remains of King Kaleb and his son, King Gebre Meskel.
However, like many other unexplained sites around the world, we not only postulate that these ruins were claimed as the work of a less capable, more modern civilization, but there is also compelling evidence to support such claims.
They show the same, uncanny sophistication, using irregularly-shaped stones, somehow fitted together as if made to measure, as found in Egypt, Peru, and many other places around the world.
Constructed in a self-locking design which has seemingly allowed them to survive the eons.
The precision of the joints between its stones, is at a level unseen anywhere else in Aksum.
The site consists of one apparent tomb chamber and five rooms, with one boasting an exceptional, finely carved portal.
Inside were the three sarcophagi were found.
Who built these incredible structure within Ethiopia?
How did they build it?
Were they, as the evidence suggests, the same people who were responsible for the pre-Incan ruins found within Peru?
We find the evidence to suggest such, highly compelling.
Source: Mystery History, YouTube