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The mighty 1000 ton ‘Stone of the Pregnant Woman’ at the quarry in Baalbek today with our group, just before a massive lightning storm came in! An even larger one weighing 1650 tons sits below right next to it. #megalithomania #baalbek #megalith #stoneofthepregnantwoman
Stone of the pregnant woman, Baalbek Temple, Lebanon. Considered the largest hewn stone in the world, still sits where it was cut almost 2,000 years ago. (Some say 12,000 years ago) It weighs an estimated 1,000 tons. Very few of our biggest and best cranes in modern times could lift this stone block, so how was it moved to its present position? And seemingly abandoned. #Stoneofthepregnantwoman #ProjectKnowledge
We finally had a chance to go to the Beqaa Valley and visit the ancient city of Baalbek and the Umayyad Ruins of Aanjar! Here are a few pictures from this day trip and downtown Beirut. #beqaavalley #templeofbacchus #baalbek #umayyadruins #stoneofthepregnantwoman #beirut #gemmayzeh #centralstationbeirut #streetart
From Stonehenge to Easter Island to Macchu Picchu, large stone block were dragged to create massive structures. The largest hewn stone in the world is found here in Baalbek weighing around 1,200 tons (about the weight of 3 Boeing 747s). It is known as the Stone of the Pregnant Woman. The stone did not make it to the Temple of Jupiter and was left jutting out of the ground. Many questions remain as to why it was necessary to have these massive blocks when smaller ones would suffice. #stoneofthepregnantwoman #largesthewnstone #baalbek #beirut #lebanon #lovetotravel #summerholiday #travel #wanderlust #travelblogger #architecture #ancientruins #beatricetravels
Stone of the Pregnant Woman  or Stone of the South is a Roman monolith in Baalbek (ancient Heliopolis), Lebanon. Together with another ancient stone block nearby, it is among the largest monoliths ever quarried. The two building blocks were intended for the nearby Roman temple complex, possibly as an addition to the so-called trilithon, and are characterised by a monolithic gigantism that was unparallelled in antiquity. #stoneofthepregnantwoman #baalbek #monolith #lebanon #heliopolis #ancient #roman #romantemple #trilithon #architecture #archaeology #megastructure #wonder #cairo #cambridge #london #lebanon_pictures #lebanese #lebanon_hdr #newyork #paris #newdelhi #jericoacoara
Tinha uma pedra (gigantesca) no meio do caminho do meu novo destino. E olha que ela já está aqui há algum muuuuitos anos atrás... . #CariocaTravelando #Lebanon #Baalbek #StoneOfThePregnantWoman #Libano
#Repost @project_knowledge (@get_repost ) ・・・ Stone of the pregnant woman, Baalbek Temple, Lebanon. Considered the largest hewn stone in the world, still sits where it was cut almost 2,000 years ago. (Some say 12,000 years ago) It weighs an estimated 1,000 tons. Very few of our biggest and best cranes in modern times could lift this stone block, so how was it moved to its present position? And seemingly abandoned. #Stoneofthepregnantwoman #ProjectKnowledge
Stone of the pregnant woman, Baalbek Temple, Lebanon. Considered the largest hewn stone in the world, still sits where it was cut almost 2,000 years ago. (Some say 12,000 years ago) It weighs an estimated 1,000 tons. Very few of our biggest and best cranes in modern times could lift this stone block, so how was it moved to its present position? And seemingly abandoned. #Stoneofthepregnantwoman #ProjectKnowledge
Taking a walk on one of the largest single pieces of cut stone in the world. The "Stone of the Pregnant Woman" (aka Hajar el Gouble) is located a couple miles from the ancient and very mysterious site of Baalbek, Lebanon. This monolith weighs 920 tons. Now archaeologists believe this block was to be used for the nearby Roman temple complex. However, many disagree with this theory and argue that massive stones such as these pre-date the Roman empire. The engineering used to lift and position these types of stones still baffles modern day scientists. Our largest and most powerful cranes in the world cannot lift nor move a stone like this. Did our ancestors have access to ancient technology that we are only starting to rediscover? The answer may be yes. Photo: Mark Ramsey. #ancientdestinations #amazingviews
Explain this @Regrann from @lepetersworld - Our #History is not what we have been told. They give us fake narratives of primitive civilizations, while our ancestors were actually more advanced than we today. #StoneOfThePregnantWoman #AncientTechnology 😉 Check out my Friends... 📢 @switzerlandawakening @conscious_god @vivid_wolf @_libertas_ For our Plane (t) 🌎 ✊🏽 #lebanon #temple #ancestors #ancient #civilization #archeology #forbiddenarcheology #science #physics #impossible #conspiracy #flatearth #chemtrails #government #nature #thinkaboutit #consciousness #meditation #nwo #newworldorder #sheeple #wakeup #anonymous #picoftheday #fakenews #instagram
Our #History is not what we have been told. They give us fake narratives of primitive civilizations, while our ancestors were actually more advanced than we today. #StoneOfThePregnantWoman #AncientTechnology 😉 Check out my Friends... 📢 @switzerlandawakening @conscious_god @vivid_wolf @_libertas_ For our Plane (t) 🌎 ✊🏽 #lebanon #temple #ancestors #ancient #civilization #archeology #forbiddenarcheology #science #physics #impossible #conspiracy #flatearth #chemtrails #government #nature #thinkaboutit #consciousness #meditation #nwo #newworldorder #sheeple #wakeup #anonymous #picoftheday #fakenews #instagram
Abdul, the proud and kind-hearted proprietor of an archeological site near the famous #baalbek ruins. An ex-soldier and native of the area, he started picking up the ever-accumulating trash that surrounded the 45m-long, 1000ton monolith that was destined for the nearby Roman temple but was never completed. Today, he runs a gift shop here and welcomes visitors to the free site with coffee and a smile. For more info, check out #stoneofthepregnantwoman at: http://www.livelovelebanon.com/en/stone-pregnant-woman
Hajjar-al-Hibla Maior pedra esculpida do mundo 21m de comprimento 4,20m X 4,5m de largura e 1104 toneladas. Aqui é possível caminharmos ao redor dela e vivenciarmos sua magnitude. Esta pedra estava sendo esculpida para ser transportada a área das Ruínas de Baalbeck, mas seguramente não ficou pronta a tempo. Se chama #StoneofthePregnantWoman #Baalbeck #Lebanon #Libano #baalbak #HajaralHibla
This is the famous Stone of the pregnant woman (Baalbek, Lebanon). It's the biggest building block of the world and is 21,36 metres long, 4,33 metres high and 4,6 metres wide. You can also visualize it's dimensions when you think about how tiny the man sitting on the stone on that picture looks! No scientist can explain how our ancestors could transport such an enormous stone with ropes and "trunk-reels" only. This is all a big mystery to archeologists but to me it seems pretty clear: our ancestors had help by ancient aliens!
Andrew sitting on the largest cut stone in the world (1000 tons), left unused in a quarry by the Romans building Baalbeck #StoneofthePregnantWoman #Baalbeck