Secrets of megalithic pillars from Cave di Cusa

 Rocche di Cusa was an ancient stone quarry in Sicily
Cave di Cusa

Site Name: Cave di Cusa
Country: Italy Region: Sicily (Sicilia)

Type: Ancient Mine, Quarry or other Industry
Nearest Town: Campobello di Mazara

Nearest Village: Baglio Ingham
37.619665N 12.720186E

On the island of Sicily, has a very ancient stone quarry, aged about 2500 years.

The fact that it is a stone quarry, it is obvious by the way look Huge stones carved out of limestone, weighing dozens of tons.

Detailed chit on the rocks below, but here are some ancient temples built of stone made on these quarries on the island of Sicily.

But modern quarry on the island, high-quality stone, on that here it is mined for thousands of years.

From a single piece of rock carved cylinder with a diameter of about two meters.

It draws attention to the technological complexity of this procedure, even with today’s technology it is very difficult and sometimes simply impossible.

Le Cave di Cusa (o Rocche di Cusa) sono un sito archeologico siciliano situato nel territorio di Campobello di Mazara
Cave di Cusa (meaning “Quarry of Accusation” in Italian)

If you look at the rocks on the top and with the other angle, it is clear that the stones were cut with mechanical precision.

According to the official version, they were cut by hand in a primitive way.
As usual…

But these columns was carved thousands, on the rocks there is no manual handling tracks, many of the walls-pillars of the slots are perfectly smooth.

Secrets of megalithic pillars Cave di Cusa
The smooth side of the column


It’s more like the work of giant machinery.

Photo album below.

Cave di Cusa (meaning "Quarry of Accusation" in Italian) or Rocche di Cusa was an ancient stone quarry in Sicily. It is…

Posted by Xissufotoday on Friday, December 30, 2016

Could this be proof of the existence in antiquity of technology or the intervention of ancient aliens.

Aero videography megalithic structures on the link.


Cave di Cusa (meaning “Quarry of Accusation” in Italian) or Rocche di Cusa.

It is located 3 kilometers south of the town Campobello di Mazara in the province of Trapani, Italy. It is 1.8 kilometer long and is on a ridge that spans from east to west. This site was quarried beginning in the first half of the 6th century BC and its stone was used to construct the temples in the ancient Greek city Selinunte.