The foundation of this terrace at Baalbek (Lebanon) is approximately 5 million square feet in size. Three colossal stones, known as “the Trilithon”, are the larger of the many visible megaliths in the terrace walls. They measure over 60 feet long, with widths of 12 and 14 feet (notice the two men in the center). Many Roman Ruins still stand on the platform, but the site is far older than the Roman Empire. Even the Sumerians referred to Baalbek as ancient. Today, we have no idea on who built it, nor do we know how, when or why it was built. And unfortunately, our scientific community continues to ignore Baalbek.

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