More archaeologists believe to have come across a massive 300-meters-tall pyramid in Romania, from a time before the 'Great Flood'.
A curious mound from the Buzau mountain chain has captivated the curiosity of archaeologists after they have found the remains of what they believe to be another ancient megalithic pyramid.
Archaeologists reaching the top of the alleged monument have discovered remnants of timeworn megalithic walls consisting of three layers of overlaid stones glued together using clay, a material which offers extensive protection from pluvial waters, and it’s also an excellent option when binding stones.
Probably the most compelling aspect about this structure was the thick reddish-brown layer of material comprised of mineral oxides which coated the exterior wall of the pyramid.
Judging by this plaster that in some places covered even the cracks between stones, researchers were able to date the structure using a method known as radiestezia, which earned unexpected results – the stones appeared to be between 22 to 25,000 years of age.
On various other places on the mountain side, archaeologists found more stonework belonging to this unknown culture. The rocks appeared to be artificially cut and the straight lines further indicated the possible use of advanced technology. Could this have been indeed a stepped pyramid?