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Mysterious Ruins of Nan Madol in the Pacific.

Images emerge of 'engineering marvel' carved out by lost civilisation 400 years ago

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Nan Madol: The Ruined City that Inspired Lovecraft - Urban Ghosts

Nan Madol is a mysterious and feared by the locals megalithic structure in Micronesia, the mystery of which has not been solved to this day. No one knows who, why and for what purpose built it, but rumors say that its construction involved black magic.

Turish Stone Spheres , Kazakhstan, West Asia  Megaliths and the True Ancient History of Earth and the Inhabiting Races

Turish Stone Spheres , Kazakhstan, West Asia Megaliths and the True Ancient History of Earth and the Inhabiting Races

Iron Pyramid in China on the edge of the Gobi

Bosnian Pyramids being uncovered - massive high energy pyramids - latest update from friends who have recently been in the tunnels under the pyramids

Human Resonance: Magnetized Temples of Nan Madol

The metallic geopolymer stones of Nan Madol are magnetized by focused infrasonic pressure waves, causing compasses to invert themselves near the megaliths.

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Nan Madol, Pohnpei - The civilization that constructed Nan Madol is lost and it remains a mystery how the people of Nan Madol transported the basalt 'logs' from the opposite side of the island and how they constructed the temples and artificial islands.

30,000 Year Old Bosnian Pyramids Built With Man Made Cement http://www.know-info.com/2013/12/30000-year-old-bosnian-pyramids-built.html

Suppressed Scientific Evidence Proves Free Energy Source Dating Back Years

Newly Found Megalithic Ruins in Russia Contain the Largest Blocks of Stone Ever Discovered, bigger than Balbek!!!

Newly Found Megalithic ruins in Russian Megalthic Ruins in Russia Contain the Largest Blocks of Stone Ever Discovered

Ancient structures with little or no history. Very creepy.

5 Mysterious Structures With Creepy Unknown Origins

We know very little about Nan Madol. It was likely the seat of the Saudeleur dynasty, but how and why they built this implausible place is unknown.

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