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Conventional science and history have taught us that the oldest known civilization is the Sumerian. However, the ancient city of Tiwanaku located in Bolivia originally sat on a plain a few feet above sea level, and now is more than 13,000 feet above sea level. Tiwanaku is therefore older than the surrounding mountains which are 12,500 years old. After 50 years of study using mapping calculations and astronomical measurements archaeologist Professor A. Posnansky dated it back to possibly 15,000 B.C., making it the oldest known city in antiquity. How could a civilization that old have advanced knowledge of machining granite to modern-day precision tolerances? How could it have had the knowledge to transport blocks of stone weighing up to 800 tons to a mountain top 13,000 feet high? Modern history tells us that only hunter-gatherers were roaming the countryside at this time.

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Originally posted 2017-12-18 03:21:43.