This Man Managed To Lift 20-Ton Blocks Using Just His Hand And A Forgotten Ancient Technology

For a long time, we lacked the historical information that enabled previous civilizations to construct the great behemothic monuments we see today. Pyramids, Sphinxes, temples, and tombs have all been incredibly enigmatic in terms of their construction, but thankfully, we may now have the answer we’ve been seeking for.

Wally Wallington is the man that we need to thank for this because he’s not only found a way to move incredibly heavy objects by hand, he’s actually showcased a step by step tutorial on how to lift a 20-ton block with nothing but your hands and the human mind working in tangent.

Many people thought that advanced technology was required to pull off this great accomplishment, but he’s demonstrated that all we truly need are stones for the structure’s pivots and wooden roadways to roll the massive blocks over.

He made sure that the instruments he employed were also freely accessible even in ancient times, and with that, he was able to control gravity at a whim, demonstrating that the human mind is truly limitless.

He completed his presentation by claiming that he could build a monument similar to the Great Pyramid of Giza in 25 years if he worked approximately 40 hours a week with 640 other people.

You might theoretically move almost 7,000 pounds at 100 feet per minute, yet your workers would be refreshed rather than exhausted, as one might anticipate from such a performance.

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