Ancient Megalith "Cut With Laser" Found In Tamya?
Dec 15, 2017
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We recently covered the astonishing rock cut structures known as Mada'in Saleh.
Located within modern day Saudi Arabia, they are largely attested by most of modern day academia, as being rock cut tombs, made by a civilisation 2000 years ago.
However, the precision involved in the cutting of such a remarkable collection of buildings, will not have escaped the astutely minded amongst us.
Just how did these civilisations, 2 or even 3 thousand years ago, manage to create such awe-inspiring structures? With the tools available at that time within known history.
Just as the pyramids in Giza are attributed to the Egyptians, it is highly possible these claims of ownership, were but mere re-inhabitations of sites far older.
Many people who have investigated these rock cut tombs, have come away with a conclusion that some of the architecture is so precisely cut, to recreate such straight angles would require the use of laser technology.
A presumption also shared by us.
It is therefore delightful, when one stumbles upon something such as Al-Naslaa.
Located within Tamya Oasis also within Saudi Arabia, was this utterly perplexing stone left as a lasting signature of the tool used to create Mada’in Saleh?
Discovered by Charles Huver in 1883, Was this amazing megalith cut in twine with a laser? Or indeed some form of highly advanced, highly ancient precision equipment of some form? If not, what could have created such a miraculous split so finely made, and so straight within such an enormous rock…
A perfect line straight through the centre, left perfectly balanced upon two separate bases for untold millennia.
Interestingly, in 2010, the SCTH, or Saudi Commission for Tourism & National Heritage, announced the discovery of a rock near Tayma, with a hieroglyphic inscription of Pharaoh Ramses III upon it. Researchers have therefore hypothesized that Tayma was part of an important land route between the Red Sea coast of the Arabian Peninsula and the Nile Valley.
Was al’naslaa along with mada’in Saleh constructed by the same individuals as the great pyramids of Giza?
Furthermore, archaeologists have discovered Cuneiform inscriptions possibly dating from the 6th century BC, pertaining to a legendary ancient civilisation known as Oasis city.
Mentioned within the old testament, it was said to have been a highly developed civilisation, with complex buildings and an advanced knowledge of waterworks.
The oldest mention of oasis city appears as “Tiamat” in Assyrian inscriptions, dating as far back as the 8th century BC.
Were these mysterious people the culprits?
With such precisely made rock cut structures found within the same landscape, structures that many have reluctantly concluded display evidence of advanced stone cutting technology, we find the existence of as’naslaa highly compelling.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mada%27in_Saleh

https://www.ancient-code.com/meet-the-megalith-of-al-naslaa-split-in-half-with-laser-like-precision/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assyria