There is an island in the south
pacific named Pohnpei in Micronesia. The people call this place Nan Madol, or
"the city of the gods." "Basalt," one of the heaviest
stones in the world was used as the building material. It also is a very
delicate stone and breaks easily.
The ruins of Nan Madol
Long cylindrical type blocks of
Basalt weighing up to 50 tons each, are stacked in walls some forty or fifty feet
tall. The islanders insist that the stones of this city were levitated and magically
flown through the air and put into place.
stars in the above flag of the Federated States of Micronesia. Four
pentagrams, one facing straight(top), one rotated 33 degrees (from the way a pentagram is
normally seen) and the other two rotated 19.5 degrees!
Many ancient structures all over the world
are built without mortar. The blocks in many of these structures are so precisely measured
there are no gaps in between them. You cannot even put a single human hair in between