Archeologist from Israel Finds Giant Monument That Predates Pyramids
An archeologist from Israel has recently come across a very largely sized, a giant one, monument that is located in the vicinity of the Galilee Sea. This particular monument has riddled a great deal of archeologists for years. The structure is known to measure 492 feet in terms of length and 66 feet in terms of width. According to some of the archeologists that are aware of the existence of the giant monument, it is simply what remains of what was previously a wall. However, after further researches and investigations, there has never been any city close to the structure. As such, there is little to no chance that the structure was part of a wall.
The giant monument in question is known to feature the shape of a crescent moon and is believed to have existed on the site between 3050 B.C. and 2650 B.C. If this is correct, this should mean that the monument has been there even before the people of Egypt invented pyramid for the first time ever. As a matter of fact, the giant crescent lunar monument must have predated the Old Testament and even the Stonehenge as well. In addition to that, based on the information provided by a doctoral student studying at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, IdoWachtel, the giant monument must have been used to determine possession over natural resources back in the ancient times.
The shape of the monument itself is believed to have a great degree of importance as well. The crescent moon represents Sin, the moon god of the Mesopotamia. To support this probability even further, there is a town whose name translates to the ‘home of the moon god’, the Bet Yerah, located pretty close to the monument in question. It takes only a day to get to the town of Bet Yerah from the giant crescent moon monument.
According to Wachtel, it must have taken the people of the ancient times no less than thirty five thousand days in order to complete the construction of such a huge monument. Save for the fact that everything had to be traditionally done back then, without any advanced tools. Or, even if the ancient people could complete the construction faster, it would still have taken them approximately fifty thousand days to complete the monument. Regardless of which one of this is true, building such a giant monument would still be a very hard task to carry out for the ancient people, considering that they had to live mainly on crops.
Besides the giant monument in question, it turns out that there are also several large structures close by and these structures are made of rock. One of the structures has been found at the eastern site of the Galilee Sea, at the Golan Heights. This rock structure has later been identified as the Rujum el-Hiri. This structure features a cairn surrounded by four circles at its center. According to Mike Freikman, an archeologist from the Jerusalem-based Hebrew University, this structure existed before the aforementioned crescent-shaped monument. However, this is still debatable.
Another monument that archeologists have found is a giant cairn which weighs at least sixty thousand tons. It exists underneath the Galilee Sea. This one is close enough to the Bet Yerah. Just like the two previous structures, the original date this monument was invented still remains a mystery as well.
For the giant crescent moon monument, the people around the area are now calling it by an Arabic sounding name, the Rujum en-NabiShua’ayb. Sometimes, however, the locals are also calling it as the ‘Jethro Cairn’, referring to Druze prophet Jethro, someone of great role in the local folklore.http://www.dailynewsz.com/archeologist-from-israel-finds-giant-monument-that-predates-pyramids/http://www.dailynewsz.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Pyramid-1024x685.jpghttp://www.dailynewsz.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Pyramid-150x150.jpgTravelworld news