Megalith in Tsarskoye Selo exposing myths
Location Russia, Tsarskoye Selo 59.716667 °, 30.416667 °
This bowl, or as it is also called the bathtub.
This artifact is also called “Babolovskiy Bowl”, “Bathroom of the Russian Empire,” “Granite masterpiece” and the “eighth wonder of the world.”
Meanwhile, you will not find it in any of the popular guide to St. Petersburg.
Who built this artifact?
Ancient Aliens?… No they do not.
Ancient mythical Hyperboreans? No it’s fictional characters.
Super technologies of the past? Maximum mechanical work at the time.
Let us collect the facts and find out how ordinary people with the help of science at that time were able to do so.
In Tsarskoye Selo, on the outskirts of Babolovskiy Park, are the ruins of the palace Babolovskiy.
In the southwest of the city of Pushkin, away from the tourist routes, it is the last of the imperial parks. Compared to the Alexander and Catherine, teeming with exquisite architectural structures and sculptures Babolovsky park looks more than modestly.
History of Babolovskiy palace dates back to the 80 years of the 18th century, when near the village Babolovo (or another version: a huge area almost 270 hectares, got its name from the nearby, but to this day who could not meet, the Finnish village Pabola), three miles from Tsarskoye Selo, among the swamps and lowlands, forested, Prince Grigory Potemkin gave the manor with a small landscaped garden.
If you look through the wall break into the octagonal tower, then your eyes gaze at the giant granite bowl, a huge monolith pool, without any holes inside.
Stone Palace was built in 1785 by I.Neelova project. Prior to that, in its place was a wooden manor. The architect gave a stone building “gothic” appearance.
Near the palace, there is a man-made title Babolovskiy Babolovsky Big Pond. It was made when the river flowing nearby Kuzminki blocked dam. Just behind the mansion is another pond, mirror, or Silver. From the palace to the park runs along the path Babolovskiy bridge-dam. Through the grove, the road led to the building of the kitchen. It lasted until 1941 and was destroyed by an enemy shell. A little further you can find the avenue of silver willows, whose age reaches one hundred and fifty years.
With stories enough, now you need to deal with the megaliths.
In 1818, in Babolovo from one of the Finnish islands brought a granite boulder weighing more than 160 tons. Masters had cut off all unnecessary (120 tons). It took 10 years and was completed on time with the highest quality. The result is a polished granite bath: height 196 cm, depth 152 cm, diameter 533 cm, weight 48 tons. Holds 8000 pails, according to the calculated data twelve tons of water.
The thickness of the walls of the bowl a minimum of 45 cm. Displacement twelve tons of water, too expendable bath.
The second version is “Masonic”.
Experts see Babolovo Palace with a cup as a future chief Masonic Temple. In the scenery of the palace “experts” perceive numerous Masonic signs.
Masons come mainly from France, in Russia at that time the French Masons actually seized power but secretly of course. Stubbornness of some never recognize.
Here below is the stone bathtub of that time, found in Russia in 2011 in Lake Repnoe.
This bath belonged to the old hospital. Bath is really made of solid marble stone bush, seen a lot of manual handling traces. It made the most primitive method.
This object has a drain hole. The hole is made in the marble products, as it should be for the vessels taking body in an aqueous medium, that is in the bath.
bath Production date – 1837.
Now about the most gigantic, weighing 48 tons.
It was definitely not made from a single piece of granite, to transport 160 tons of granite, while there was no technology. Even today, it will be very difficult.
deal cut and polish it to a similar condition in the past, it is impossible.
But there was one only way to use the tools of the time to make such a stone.
This technology is called geopolymer concrete.
In the photo above, an example of the application of formwork. Footprints from the formwork are seen on the bottom of the poorly scraped surface of the stone.
Traces formwork is on the stone blocks of the pyramids of Giza as well as in modern buildings.
In appearance stone created from two kinds of granite, as the fine grinding chips.
Today it is a new material, but known in the past, which has been applied recently in construction, and it relates to a class of environmentally friendly materials, since basically contains natural elements. The term “geopolymer” was coined by Professor Joseph Davidovits in 1978.
Geopolymer concrete also has been developed at the Technological University of Louisiana, by Professor Erez Elloche and his assistants.
I offer a completely different view of ancient civilizations and their methods of construction of megalithic structures. LINK https://xissufotoday.space/2017/02/ruins-baalbek-lebanon/
The sphere of high energy technologies, the concept of ancient aliens, and manual labor.
On the example of Baalbek and many others I will briefly describe my view in the course of long studies.
Joseph Davidovits explains how to analyze the pyramid limestones and why geologists see nothing. Link
How to analyze pyramid stones
Red Ice Radio – Joseph Davidovits – The Construction of the Pyramids
Joseph Davidovits argued that the pyramids in Egypt were built of geopolymer, yet it is called protobeton.
According to him the pyramid builders used for concrete mix:
Silt from Nile converted into dust-dried powder
limestone gravel grated into dust
Ash dust (fly ash) – a component which itself has good processing and physical properties.
Nile silt about 5%
Poured into a mold and heated to 900 degrees, and then allowed to cool for a long time. Resulting in a solid stone blocks. In addition it was done right on the spot. Scientists analyzes of samples of the pyramids of Giza were carried out confirming this situation. Spectral and mineral analysis showed Great Pyramid blocks consist of a mixture of sand, limestone, and clay.
How did Ancient Egyptians bore holes into solid granite without electric tools? LINK