Have you ever wondered how the Stonehenge was built? Science still hasn’t figured out how this impressive architectural wonder was built. The mysterious technology used for the creation of the monumental building must have been truly astonishing.
It’s a scientific mystery with answers to it yet to be revealed. However, a year ago, an American guy recorded a video in which he claims to have discovered the technology that was once forgotten.
Meet Wally Wallington, a retired construction worker from Flint, Michigan with extraordinary building skills and passion for moving heavy items. In his back yard, he constructed his own replica of the Stonehenge to prove his point.
Apparently, the Michigan builder has discovered some amazing techniques of how to move and lift massive 20+ ton stones onto one another. What’s even more amazing is the fact that he could do this BY HAND using only pebbles, wood, counterweights and human strength.
With his demonstration, Wallington creates quite a compelling argument for methods that may have been used in the construction of ancient buildings such as the Stonehenge, the pyramids etc…
Who knows, maybe this could have been the answer to the mystery of their making. It could only show just how intelligent human beings are, being able to develop such a reliable and impressive technology.
Not guided by anything other than science and creativity, Wallington did a seemingly impossible thing. To move the stones weighing a ton, he used the tools available to people of the Stone Age. Perhaps all these years we just underestimated the power of human ingenuity.
We could now question whether all those years at school were spent in teaching wrong history. Another 5 minutes in this video should pretty much explain everything. The very demonstration is something to be admired. Maybe this guy would decide to lift an entire house next!
Let’s see the video because it is spectacular!