Megaliths are structures made of large stones by ancient cultures, without any mortar or cement. In general, this does not include structures built by cultures like the Romans or Maya but rather the more ancient cultures.
Megaliths are stone structures. They were used to mark a burial site. A single large stone or several stones could be used to compose a megalith. Some megaliths could be seen above the ground, but some could be underground as well.
A megalith is a large pre-historic stone that has been used to construct a structure or monument, either alone or together with other stones. ... Most extant megaliths were erected between the Neolithic period (although earlier Mesolithic examples are known) through the Chalcolithic period and into the Bronze Age.
The construction of megalithic monuments also signifies a level of permanence or sedentary lifestyle within the region. ... The level of effort that has been exerted in the manufacture of such monuments reflects their significance or in turn, the importance of ritualistic and symbolic behaviour within society.
Was there a global megalithic stonemasonry elite in prehistory? Is present Ontario part of that Culture?
Did they diffuse this influence around the world and construct specific sites? And with so many similarities to sites in Peru and Bolivia?
High Fall Muskoka
Bracebridge Ontario Canada
A megalith is a large pre-historic stone that has been used to construct a structure or monument ... Although not always 'megalithic' in the true sense, they occur throughout the area and can reach 5 metres or more in some cases ... Some of these ancient structures feature engravings, and the area is a World Heritage Site.
Muskoka Falls Beach
Straight lines, Ley Lines, 2 stages retaining wall or city wall?
Is this inteligent Design?
The stone has 2 colours here
Ley lines are lines that crisscross around the globe, like latitudinal and longitudinal lines, that are dotted with monuments and natural landforms, and carry along with them rivers of supernatural energy.
How do you find ley lines?Place a pin on each circle of the map. Draw lines on the map connecting the area identified. If you find three or more sites arranged on a single line you may have discovered a ley-line. Watkins considered only those lines with four points and bounded at each end with a hill or a mountain point to be ley-lines.
- Ley lines (/leɪ laɪnz/) refer to straight alignments drawn between various historic structures and prominent landmarks. ...
- The idea of "leys" as straight tracks across the landscape was put forward by the English antiquarian Alfred Watkins in the 1920s, particularly in his book The Old Straight Track.
Here are for Comparison other Megalithic Structures around the World.