A modest retired carpenter named Walley Wallington may have solved one of humankind’s greatest mysteries: the ancient construction methods of our world’s monumental wonders.
Using wooden tools, gravity, and common sense, Wallington has proven he can raise ten-ton stones by himself in a matter of minutes. He has begun "to build a replica of Stonehenge with eight 10-ton blocks on end and 2-ton blocks on top. One man, no wheels, no rollers, no ropes, no hoist or power equipment, using only sticks and stones.” On his website, Wallington has posted detailed information, numerous images, and five mind-bending videos of his techniques in action.
Wallington does not believe outer space visitors or forgotten occult magick had anything to do with the construction of our ancient wonders. Instead he believes something far stranger -- that the "ancient legends from around the world are true. Some megaliths could have been set in place by as few as one man.”
Watch a video of him here:
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