Did the great sphinx one witness the bottom of a sea? There is evidence, things we have covered on this website in the past, which would suggest just that. Who built these astounding structures, found dotted all over the earth? When were they built? Were they really, like academia would like you to believe, built by primitive civilizations with the use of primitive tools, often made of copper, a notoriously soft metal? Or is there a possibility that these structures were made by a far more ancient, far more capable, world traversing civilization? Built in areas of geological interest, most often the center of a landmass or placed upon ley lines?
Although there is a large number of artifacts and archaeological factors, which strongly suggest this exact scenario of events, we feel there is one collection of artifacts, or rather evidence of this people’s past existence, which, just like their clear originally intended function, could tie these monuments neatly together… Known as the missing ancient metal clamps, given their predicted age, and metallic composition, the fact that they are no more, should come as no surprise, however, the carved seats that these clamps once sat within, are still present in the stonework of many ancient structures, found all over the world. Within our own modern day society, a society that can travel the world in a day, and speak to the other side in an instant, technological advances are often copied or shared between nations. The concepts being the same, yet the manufacturer slightly differing in form, and the metal clamps display these exact phenomena. Slight variations in manufacture, that can be seen dependant on the land mass the ruin is found upon, yet the concept behind the construction of these amazing and perplexing structures, often constructed using blocks we have no explanation as to the placement of, remained the same worldwide. Drystone walling often accompanied by these clamps, made with such skill, the blocks are now often perceived to have been “made to measure.”
The clamps once functioned as “seating clips,” after the fresh construction of these stone structures, the builders were clearly very aware of shifting which can be seen, as blocks settle over the following years. This offers a presumption that these structures were intended to last many centuries if not millennia and the metal clips were also designed to indeed rust away to nothing after their function was served. Amazingly, it seems that out of the countless thousands used, a few of the clamps have somehow managed to survive… The clamps from Pre-Columbian South America that have been examined show them to be made of a very unusual alloy, 2% arsenic, 95% copper, with traces of iron, silicon, and nickel. This composition is particularly interesting within Puma Punka because there is no source nickel anywhere in Bolivia…
The clips are clearly a compelling link between these ancient structures, found all over the world, but more importantly the builders of them. These amazing artifacts clearly deserve much more attention. Thanks for watching guys, and until next time, take care.