• Annmarie Throckmorton, M.A.

Ancient Builders

Today I posted this comment for megalithic expert Brien Foerster, on his website.


Brien Foerster,


(Thank you for the good work that you do exploring and revealing our ancient builders to the world.)


FYI: The Natural History Museum in London recently released a microscope image of a sample from Stonehenge’s Stone 58 which shows its quartz structure (see link below)—a most remarkable thing about the image is that the structure of the quartz as pictured is highly similar to the placement of stones that comprise megalithic structures throughout the world. In other words, the interlocking puzzle-piece cut and placement of many of the megalithic stones on Earth looks like the microscopic structure of the quartz sample image. I wonder if the ancient builders were so obsessed with the composition of the stone that they replicated the microscopic structure at the natural world level? Or does what works at microscopic level, irregular objects interlocking for the tightest, most durable fit, also work at world level. In other words, a coincidence.


The article also mentions "cement" but does not explain that.


Link to microscope image of the sample from Stonehenge’s Stone 58:

https://news.artnet.com/art-world/stonehenge-secret-sandstone-quartz-crystal-1998477?utm_content=from_auctions-registration&utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=8%2F14%20Saturday&utm_term=Daily%20Newsletter%20%5BALL%5D%20%5BMORNING%5D

microscope image of the sample from Stonehenge’s Stone 58

Source: Natural History Museum in London


Best wishes,

microscope image of the sample from Stonehenge’s Stone 58

Source: Natural History Museum in London

Brien Foerster's Hidden Inca Tours shows interlocking megalithic stones

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Brien Foerster

from his website Ancient Origins 2021

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