In this video presentation Newman notes numerous places around the world where unfinished megaliths, often the largest, are left in the quarry:
Following I have posted screen shots of megaliths from the video.
Karahan Tepe – near Gobekli Tepe - Turkey
Lazy Stones – stones near Ollantaytambo - Peru
Moai – Easter Island
Baalbek - Lebanon
Unfinished obelisk – Aswan - Egypt
Newman did not mention the megaliths in the Yangshan Quarries. These megaliths were said to be carved in honour of the Hongwu Emperor. That in 1405 the Hongwu Emperor’s son, the Yongle Emperor, ordered the carving of a stele that would be made up of three sections. Seen below is the largest of these megaliths which is 16,000 tonne.
Stele base - Yangshan Quarries - China
Below are images of the body and head.
Stele body and head - Yangshan Quarries - China
The stele, if erected would have stood 73 mtrs high. Below is the 8.78 mtr high Shengong Shengde Stele that was eventually installed in Ming Xiaoling museum in honour of the Hongwu Emperor.
Shengong Shengde Stele - Ming Xiaoling Museum - China
In his presentation Newman claims the quarry was seen in ancient times as the birthplace of the temple. That our ancients believed in energy lines that connect the quarries with the temples. That there were often rituals that focused on the spiritual connection between these ancient structures; and the inner earth from which it was believed the temples had emerged.
It seems to me that this is very close to the claim that there is a terrestrial biology that links earth with the greater cosmos. And if we see earth and the universe as a single coherent biological system – and the megaliths as transitioning to earth from other dimensions and from other parts of the universe - then we should not be surprised if there is a link between the quarry and the temple.
Thus we claim the fact that the largest and most impressive megaliths are found in the quarries, supports the contention that terrestrial earth functions as part of the reproductive system of an external universal living entity.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 21-Aug-19 11:23 by Robert Jameson.