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Advanced Ancient Technology: Osirian
Posted In: Ancient Civilizations  5/17/06
By: Yona Williams

There are many ancient civilizations, which have exhibited an advanced way of operating. In this article, the Osirian ancient civilization is highlighted for the advancements displayed in regards to technology.

 

During the same time period civilizations, such as Atlantis and Rama flourished, another ancient civilization existed in the Mediterranean area. Before the Egyptian dynasties were established, the Osirian Civilization ran its course.

 

This civilization existed during the same time when the Nile River was referred to as the River Stix, which was about 15,000 years ago. This body of water reacted differently during this time than it does today. The difference was in the way that the water flowed. Today, it flows into the Mediterranean Sea in the northern part of Egypt. During ancient times, the river flowed to the west, creating a large lake in the Mediterranean Valley. It then also continued to hit parts of Sicily, Sardinia and Malta. It then reached the Atlantic Ocean.

 

When Atlantis was destroyed, a series of changes within nature took place. A flood overtook the Mediterranean basin, which caused drastic damage to the cities of Osirian. The inhabitants were forced to pack up and move to higher land.

 

Throughout the Mediterranean, numerous odd finds have been uncovered in the area. Researchers have found a wealth of information regarding lost cities that were flooded under the water of the sea. It is estimated that more than 200 of these cities once existed and now reside underneath a watery grave. Some of these civilizations include Egyptian, Mycenaean, Minoan, Cretian and Greek cities. It is believed that the  Osirian civilization constructed “earthquake-proof megalithic structures,” as quoted from an article written by David Hatcher. There is also evidence that some sort of electricity existed during this ancient time. Advanced approaches towards transportation were also utilized, which is also associated with civilizations, such as Rama and Atlantis. In Malta, weird tracks were found underwater, as well as on cliffs. They are thought to have been left behind by carts. Some feel that they utilized some sort of electricity, such as a tramline that was created in Osirian. The purpose of these carts is thought to carry stone from quarries to places of construction. 

 

 When looking at the advanced technology of the Osirians, it is believed that the best example was uncovered in Ba’albek, Lebanon. An impressive platform, which was comprised of rocks that were cut or shaped by an axe, was some of the largest throughout the world. This find was dubbed the “Ashlars of Ba’albek.” Some of the single stones that were part of this structure measured a little over 80 feet long. The stones were also 15 feet thick. How much did these massive stones weigh? Somewhere between 1,200 to 1,500 tons each is the estimation. The method as to which these large stones were moved is unknown; a mystery that is similar to the thoughts involving the building of the Pyramids.

 


 

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