The charm of the ancient Gunung Padang

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Gunung Padang is a perfect proof that points to a highly sophisticated, unknown civilization living in this area, and much of this ancient and "controversial" history is being questioned by all possible means by the mainstream of researchers.

There are countless ancient megalithic sites all over the world that have caused confusion and astonishment among researchers around the world. All these ancient sites are an indication that the Earth has been inhabited in the past by highly developed ancient civilizations, and it seems that the major researchers do not count the successes of the ancient man as much as they should.

The archaeological site was first seen in 1914 in a study for the Dutch Colonial Office. Thirty-three years later, a team from the Center for Archaeological Research at the Australian National University determined the approximate age of the site and raised many questions in the archaeological community. But according to locals, the place has been known for thousands of years.

While mainstream students claim that Göbekli Tepe is a site that attacks conventional methods designed by the major archeologists, there are many people who believe that Gunung Padang does and even more. When the archaeologists carried out tests on Göbekli Tepe, they found that this ancient site dates back to 10.000 BC, so 4000 is older than any other artificial building on the planet. Today man refers to Göbekli Tepe as the oldest known megalithic place on the planet ... But everything changes with Gunung Padang.

According to studies, Gunung Padang is the furthest pyramid in Southeast Asia. It is actually one of the few ancient monuments found in this area and could prove to be one of the most important ones ever discovered on the planet. Scientists speculate that the site has a number of chambers and shafts hidden beneath overgrown terraces, walls and adjacent areas are buried under the deep vegetation that has grown in place for centuries.

Gunung Padang core specimen analysis revealed unbelievable data, the deeper the scientists observed, the deeper the secrets got. It was believed that the place is dated to at least 5 000 flight, then 8 000 to 10 000 and possibly to the reported 23 000 age years. This means that Gunung Padang is not only the oldest megalithic place on the planet, it is also the oldest pyramid structure known to mankind.

"The results of the radiometric analysis of the carbon element content of some 5-15 core drill samples made in 2012 in the prestigious laboratory BETALAB, Miami, USA, mid-year 2012 shows its age in the range between 13 000 and 23 000 flights. "(source)

Artistic impression of Gunung Padang, as it would look like in antiquity (© Pon S Purajatnika)

But like all the other magnificent places that show even more amazing data related to the history of the mainstream, Gunung Padang is hardly criticized and questioned by many researchers. When the researchers found the first conclusions, they protested that the results of the dating technique must be flawed. Place can not be old more than 20 000 years, it's just ... impossible ... right? But to the surprise of both skeptics and scientists, nobody has been able to find any problems in the procedures that were going on, or in radiometric dating techniques that represent such "unprecedented" results. That is why key researchers remain in the "neutral" zone as far as the age of Gunung Padang, and when someone asks how old this megalithic site is, their answer is "older than 5000 years" ... which does not say much.

But if the age of space was not enough, the scientists found that Gunung Padang had other extraordinarily interesting details. For example, in site treatment procedures, scientists have found that much of the "buried" structure has in fact been reinforced with some type of cement. According to experts, bonding mortar and adhesive were used in certain areas of the site in Gunung Padang. It consists of 45% iron ore, 41% silica and 14% clay, which according to the researchers is another evidence that indicates the high level of sophisticated building techniques used in construction.

One of the most interesting theories about ancient sites comes from the famous author, Graham Hancock, who suggests that this ancient megalithic site may in fact contain evidence of the lost city of Atlantis.

In an article he publishes in "Sings of the Times," Hancock talks about the experience he had during his visit to Phung Gunung Padang. Danny Natawidjaya, chief geologist at the Research Center for Geotechnology at the Indonesian Institute of Sciences.

Natawidjaja firmly believes that Gunung Padang is no doubt the least 22 000 years old: "Geophysical evidence is unambiguous," says Natawidjaja. "Gunung Padang is not a natural hill, but an artificially created pyramid and the origin of the building returns long before the end of the last ice age. Since work is thorough, even at the deepest, and testifies to the kinds of sophisticated building skills that have been developed to build a pyramid in Egypt or the largest megalithic sites in Europe, I can only conclude that we are looking at the work of the lost civilization and relatively advanced. "(source)

Hancock's research suggests that the mysterious lost civilization may in fact be the one that Plato mentions in the dialogue of Greek philosophers Timias and Critias.

Not only would the two share a very similar timeframe, but there are many other details that attract many unanswered questions from the shadows. If the dating techniques used in Gunung Padang are accurate, it would mean that this ancient site was built during the peak of the last ice age. From a geological point of view, during this time it looked very different from what it looks like today. Most of Indonesia and Southeast Asia were in fact different. The ocean levels were drastically lower at the time, suggesting that what the islands are today could actually be part of a continental mainland.

Dr. Natawidjaja suggests that Gunung Padang is the most important evidence that points to a highly sophisticated, unknown civilization inhabiting this area, and much of this ancient and "controversial" history is questioned in every possible way by the major researchers who do not fit their place, civilization and sophisticated knowledge into their historical records.

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