1. seems that large lathes could've been built at those times, lathes are not super high tech, there are basic machining methods to spin a starting headstock part and turn it to balance it and make it equal in circumference, and then once the headstock piece is made whatever you mount into the headstock clamp device then it can be turned and made even all around.
    A water powered mill wheel provides the power to drive the lathe pulleys,and with their great ability to craft objects, a very large lathe should be fairly easy to make.
    I see those large pillars in some of the videos that look exactly as if someone turned them in a giant lathe as they are perfectly turned and look just like woodwork in a wood lathe where gouges are used to groove cuts, except they are huge stone cylinders that were turned with myriad grooving.
    Because then you can polish a cylindrical object also using the same lathe using water and other lapping stones.

  2. Praveen it is not at all a mystery.
    You have proved that in those days giants existed. This implies even if normal humans like us are unable to turn it at high speeds, perhaps they could! Hence it is not a mystery at all.

  3. if you still haven't figured out that the earth is not a spinning ball in space and whatever we have been taught about the universe is 100% Illuminati lie then your mission is still incomplete. Research about the shape of the earth and tell the truth to the whole world (sheeple). Its FLAT.

  4. If this cylinder can only have been made with high-tech, then it has been made with high-tech. So it's not old, it's young. Are there any old documents confirming his age? Are there any old photos that show that he stood there a hundred years ago? Is he mentioned in early archaeological descriptions? Perhaps a local stonemason recently donated him?

  5. you dont get tool marks if you polish the surface after initial cutting, and you can easily get perfectly straight cylinders with the use of a potters wheel and levels. this is not some mysterious artifact, its just that people dont understand that hundreds of years ago the average person had so much extra time on their hands that they could figure out how to do stuff like this without the use of modern luxuries. today you could make something like that in a couple days, if not hours, back then they probably took weeks, or months for something as precise as that, and it was completely possible. Look at old english and scottish constructions. they had very precise and accurate carvings and even make precision interlocking parts for things such as church windows, and this is in the 13th century. its completely plausable that someone could have made a simple cylinder out of a hard rock with enough time and ancient tools.

  6. We haven't yet obtained the proof that this is truly an ancient artefact – it would be better if we employed some scientific method of dating these things and then raised the questions. For example, how can we prove that this was not placed here by someone recently? Here I am talking about solid scientific evidence, not just someone's word, or folklore, or that "the local people have seen this for ages" – that sort of statement would never be taken seriously. I am truly interested in these discussions, but I would like to see some solid scientific work put into it.

  7. Looks like it may be a typical blood sacrifice table with a pool, which it does rest on. I know Indians use milk nowadays, but is there any evidence of this in the ancient past? People do not have original ideas, what we do is copy nature and if nature has changed too much we will never understand the ancient humans.

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