Peru, the country of ancient megaliths and mysterious structures, continues to fascinate scientists and researchers from all over the world. Official historians, unwilling to admit the existence of unknown highly developed civilizations, ignore many facts that contradict the official version of history.
Traces of rock and rock processing found throughout Peru are evidence that ancient builders possessed incredible technology. They were able to work rock with a precision that even today is astonishing. A particularly impressive example is the machining of diorite, one of the strongest rocks on the planet. The strength of diorite starts at 8 on the Mohs scale. Only corundum and diamond are stronger than it. How ancient builders were able to work such hard rock with such precision remains a mystery.
It is interesting to note that traces of rock processing are found not only in one place, but almost everywhere. For the ancient builders of megaliths it did not matter how hard the rock was or where it was located. This shows that these technologies were available and used in different regions of Peru. The question arises: who were the first builders, whose technology allowed them to perform such complex and technically advanced work?
One of the interesting examples of traces of rock processing can be seen in the photos, which raise many questions. They show that the Incas, who are often associated with megaliths and construction in Peru, could not have been the authors of these works. This supports the theory of alternative researchers who argue that there were even older civilizations with high technology.
However, despite all the facts and evidence found, the mystery of Peru’s first builders remains unsolved. Who were they and how did they work rocks and rocks with such precision?