Yangshan, Atlantean Megalithic Quarry?

Yangshan Quarry in China is one of this little known places that have remains of very ancient, Atlantean quarries. As is usual the case, the quarry was also used by later. more recent civilizations, so little is left. What is left in this case are three enormous block of stones that bear the marks of stone cutting machinery or advanced technology. Governments, and in this case the Chinese government, will always try to explain it away as remnants of recent cultures who chiseled away with copper or bronze tools, However, when you look more closely you can see that whoever was quarrying at that location had some power tools at their disposal that could cut stone in ways that are impossible for primitive tools.

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You can see two of the three stone blocks. One is behind the other. You can see the second one hiding at the left in the picture. The one in the foreground is estimated at 26,250 tons. Notice the knobs, the square angled cut-outs, and a curved right side.

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