A liquid stone can be found at Egypt’s Hator temple. Petrified signs of erosion or old concrete technology? NOTICE. This stone melting has no explanation, and the facts are correct. The author showed an amazing example of their Hathor temple in Dendera, Egypt: The example concerned the many sorts of phases. The average traveler is unlikely to notice anything out of the ordinary under their feet. Some people, on the other hand, begin to see strange characteristics in the mundane: they ask themselves questions and broadcast them to others.
Keep an eye out for the stairs’ form. They commented in the comments that they had just been demolished by people who had traveled for hundreds of years down and up. Not only is there visible plaque on the steps, but there is also apparent deterioration.
I’m still picturing the frayed stairs in this manner. On the lowest level, there is no plaque; in fact, everything has been wiped clean where the foot walked. However, there is a curiously hanging stone border here as well. With abrasion, it would not have been possible.
Erosion is noticeable on the top steps, as are layered petrified deposits below (most likely from the same breed of steps). It’s built of stone, though! How is this even possible?
Is it feasible that they will be washed away by any liquid that goes down the stairwell? It’s been quiet for decades due to the sand in it. But how did it come up on these similar stairwells in the first place? What if the top was removed, then the bottom was lay away and petrified? Furthermore, why not do it in layers rather than all at once? Was there a sequence of events in the procedure?
This is a close-up of the layers that have been deposited. Obviously, it isn’t built.
The image that has the most information. Something similar poured down the steps, emptying them and depositing rock in the shape of strata in the process.
Only decay can be detected on these steps. Layers of erosion are shown in the stages below.
Here, the influxes were minimized, and the steps were made easier to perceive.
There is undeniable proof that some substance was placed as layers and that the top steps were drained.
Is there any more acid in the system? Granite is known for its acid resistance. This isn’t the first time I’ve done anything like this. Something flowed when the stairs, the fall, were just filled (made) from an artificial composition that imitated stone. The pseudo-granite plaster on all of the walls appears to be the same. The liquid degraded the stairs that hadn’t yet been petrified, depositing erosion products as it moved down. The builders neglected to provision for something.
Yes, we now have further evidence that concrete was used in the construction of ancient Egyptian structures. This cannot be disregarded any longer. Hundreds of such facts have been accumulated.
It’s hard to identify where the water came from at this point. Though…
One story asserts that it was flowing and explains why. The following theory was offered by A. Kushelev: The answer was concentrated in Egyptian pyramids!
This is a complex structure that evaporated components from the water that the Egyptians valued. The water of the Nile or the depths of the earth