In Egypt’s temple of Hator, there is a liquid stone. Erosion-petrified traces or ancient concrete technology? NOTICE. There is no explanation for this melt of stone, and the facts are accurate. One interesting example of their Hathor temple in Dendera, Egypt, was shown by the author: The example was about the different types of stages. A typical traveler is unlikely to detect anything unusual beneath their feet. However, some people begin to see weird aspects in the ordinary: they ask themselves questions and broadcast them to others.
Keep an eye out for the shape of the steps. They remarked in the comments that they had just been obliterated by those who traveled down and up for hundreds of years. There is, however, visible plaque on the steps, not simply erosion.
I’m still imagining the fraying steps to be like this. There is no plaque on the lower level; in fact, everything has been wiped where the foot stepped. However, a strangely hanging stone border may be seen here as well. It would not have been with abrasion.
Erosion on the higher steps is visible, as are layered petrified deposits (most likely from the same breed of steps) below. But it’s made of granite! How is it possible?
Is it possible that any liquid that flows down the stairwell will wash them away? Given the sand in it, it’s been quite for decades. But how did it end up on these identical stairwells? Top off, then laid away and petrified on the bottom? Furthermore, not all at once, but in layers? Was the procedure a series of events?
This is a close-up of the deposited layers. Obviously not constructed.
The image with the greatest information. Similarly, something poured down the steps, draining them, and depositing rock in the form of strata along the way.
On these steps, only deterioration can be seen. The steps below show erosion with layers.
The influxes were reduced here, and the steps were made more comfortable to observe.
There is irrefutable evidence that some composition was deposited as layers and that something drained the top steps.
Is the acid still flowing? Acid resistance is a feature of granite. This is something I’ve done before. When the steps, the fall, were only filled (formed) from an artificial composition imitating stone, something flowed. All of the walls appear to be made of the same pseudo-granite plaster. And as the liquid went down, it eroded the steps that hadn’t yet been petrified, depositing erosion products. Something was not provided for by the builders.
Yes, we have yet more fact demonstrating the use of concrete in the construction of ancient Egyptian monuments. This can no longer be overlooked. There have been dozens of similar facts compiled.
It’s now impossible to say where the water originated from. Though…
There is a version that claims it was flowing and explains why. A. Kushelev proposed the following hypothesis: Egyptian pyramids concentrated the solution!
This is a sophisticated construction that evaporated components from the water that were valuable to the Egyptians. From the Nile’s water or the bowels of the earth.