Ancient Aliens s15e05 Episode Script

The Mystery of the Stone Giants

1 NARRATOR: Towering figures standing watch over the Earth.
WILLIAM HENRY: There's a built-in human response to seeing these giant statues, and that is awe.
NARRATOR: Are they merely testaments to humanity's past? HUGH NEWMAN: People still revere these stone giants that were built in the ancient world.
And magical qualities can be associated with this.
NARRATOR: Or do they serve a more profound purpose? BRUCE FENTON: These giant statues of Tula have this snakeskin-like feature to their tops of their heads.
TSOUKALOS: So we are looking at a representation of a cosmic being - that, a long time ago, arrived? - DAVID SEDAT: Exactly.
NARRATOR: Could they be hiding ancient knowledge, brought here by visitors from other worlds? DAVID CHILDRESS: We want to stand in front of these huge figures and look at them, because once we're able to reconnect with the gods, all things become possible.
NARRATOR: There is a doorway in the universe.
Beyond it is the promise of truth.
It demands we question everything we have ever been taught.
The evidence is all around us.
The future is right before our eyes.
We are not alone.
We have never been alone.
NARRATOR: March, 1813.
Swiss explorer Johann Burckhardt is traveling north along the Nile River when he comes across three massive stone heads protruding from the sand.
Four years later, a thorough excavation reveals a 3,200-year-old temple complex.
The Abu Simbel temple, as it is now known, contains some of the largest stone statues ever constructed in the ancient world.
HENRY: In 1244 BC, the Egyptians built, in a mountain, an incredible temple complex devoted to Ramesses the Great.
These statues are colossal.
They're 64 feet tall.
And the Egyptians would visit Abu Simbel and they would see their king, their pharaoh, as this great godlike being in his perfection.
And people would understand that their king, their pharaoh, was, in fact, a god incarnate.
NARRATOR: In the 1960s, the temple was carefully dismantled and moved to higher ground to make way for the Aswan Dam.
Engineers overseeing the relocation efforts paid particular attention to assure that both the geographical and astronomical alignments of the original site remained intact.
Twice a year, on February 22 and October 22, the dawning rays of the sun pass through the temple entry.
The light travels 185 feet through a great hall of stone giants, and for 20 minutes, shines directly upon the carved statues of the Egyptian gods Amun, Ra-Horakhty and the pharaoh Ramesses II, located at the end of the temple.
HENRY: These colossal stone statues serve more than just an artistic purpose, more than a political purpose.
That purpose, we're told, centers around the idea that these colossal statues are transmitters.
They're utilized as a mechanism of drawing down cosmic energies, cosmic forces that then can be emitted into the surrounding area.
The question arises are these cosmic vibrations used in just a religious sense, or is this more of a technological purpose? NARRATOR: While the Egyptians' notion of stone statues possessing energy is regarded by mainstream scholars as purely symbolic, ancient astronaut theorists believe that it was meant to be taken literally.
And they suggest evidence can be found by examining similar ideas held by other civilizations throughout the ancient world.
CHILDRESS: In a number of ancient societies, people associated these statues as having an energy.
And those statues were alive.
They had even a consciousness.
They had power in them.
HENRY: Some of the best-known giant statues in the world are the moai heads that we find on Easter Island, that were actually utilized by the Easter Islanders as a conductive mechanism for drawing down Mana, spiritual power.
We found that in Copán, probably Gobekli Tepe is the same idea.
That these colossal stone statues are more than just statues.
NARRATOR: Is it possible that ancient stone statues found throughout the world were built to serve a technological purpose? While the idea may sound far-fetched, geologists point out that stone is not as lifeless as it might appear.
Rocks and us are made of the same exact thing: Matter.
And all matter vibrates, it all has a frequency.
It-it all has energy.
When you look at a rock, it's not just a plain inanimate object, it actually has tons and tons of different types of minerals in it.
And these minerals are-are like a recipe in a-a cake mix.
They can be all different types of things.
Mother Nature has her own cookbook, so to speak.
ROGER HOPKINS: Stones give you a different feeling.
I mean, some stones will feel warm.
Some will feel cold.
Others will have a drama about them.
Stonework has a very primordial feeling.
I mean, the ancients were drawn to it.
WILLIAMS: All this, uh, radiation that we're getting from cell phones, it's almost ironic, if you look at it that the one thing that we're trying to get away from, the-the technology and the EMFs that we're bombarded with every day we actually get those from rocks.
Most stones have a weak magnetic field to them.
And some rocks have a more pronounced magnetic field to them.
And certain stones act as conductors of energy.
And I think the ancients knew it.
NARRATOR: Of all the minerals capable of conducting and even generating electromagnetic forms of energy, the most efficient, and at times most powerful, are found in granite.
NEWMAN: Red granite is used a lot in ancient Egypt.
But why is this? It's believed it's because it was very, very powerful energetically.
And this is partly to do with the piezoelectric effect of the quartz, because granite has about 55% quartz in its makeup, and so when you put weight on it, you actually get this effect of, like, an electric charge coming off the rock.
NARRATOR: Abundant in nearly all the ancient stone giants found throughout the world, including the sandstone figures at Abu Simbel in Egypt, quartz is known to possess piezoelectric properties.
Today, quartz is being used for the most powerful data storage device ever created: The 5D Superman memory crystal.
One of the new ways scientists are working on data storage is the 5D quartz crystal.
And this is a way of keeping a huge density of data in a relatively small object.
This is an incredibly secure and lasting way of encoding data because the data is actually physically encoded into the crystal.
It's in there forever, until that quartz is destroyed, and it's very hard to destroy that quartz.
NARRATOR: In 2018, tech entrepreneur Nova Spivack used a 5D quartz crystal to create a permanent space library and sent it into orbit aboard the Space-X Heavy Falcon rocket.
Quartz is very stable.
It's a crystal.
It doesn't change, even for billions of years.
So if you put data in quartz, it's gonna last basically forever.
NARRATOR: At the University of Southampton in England, Dr.
Peter Kazansky demonstrates to author and ancient astronaut theorist Andrew Collins just how this new 5D quartz crystal technology works.
How much information could you put into this small piece of crystal glass? - 800 Blu-ray discs? - Yes.
NARRATOR: This tiny piece of quartz glass is able to store the same amount of information as 600 standard smartphones.
And the amount of 5D quartz drives it would take to store the entire British Library could fit in a shoe box.
So, potentially, all of the information in the world can now be stored indefinitely.
NARRATOR: To demonstrate how the technology works, Dr.
Kazansky transfers a copy of the Bible onto a quartz drive.
What we're looking at here, then, is the very first stage of converting the Bible, in this instance, uh, into data which could be stored within one of these memory crystals.
NARRATOR: The laser sends pulses into the quartz glass, producing a grid of nano-sized dots or voxels.
A traditional storage device, like a CD, stores information in pixels, and each pixel can hold one bit of information.
In a quartz drive, each voxel can hold eight bits of information.
COLLINS: So stored within here now is the entire Bible within this tiny memory crystal.
So, potentially, this could now be preserved forever.
It's incredible.
NARRATOR: The technology that Dr.
Peter Kazansky and others are developing is still in its infancy, but is it possible that some form of quartz memory drives could have existed in the ancient world? Ancient civilizations clearly had very advanced technologies for working with stone.
They had advanced technologies for working with crystal, and with metal.
It's a reasonable question to ask if a previous civilization was so advanced it could build a pyramid, could it have encoded data as well in a form that we haven't figured out yet? NARRATOR: Could it be that embedded within the stone giants of the ancient world are massive amounts of data? Perhaps further clues can be found by examining colossal stone heads unearthed in Central America that are magnetically charged.
NARRATOR: June, 2019.
A team of researchers from MIT, Harvard and Yale announce that they have discovered unusual magnetic anomalies within the colossal stone heads attributed to the Monte Alto, a Mesoamerican civilization that emerged around 1800 B.
CHILDRESS: Some of these statues have very strong magnetic fields.
The creators of these statures were totally aware of these magnetic fields, and that is something that shocked modern archeologists.
That this rather primitive culture, they thought, was aware of magnetism and that they actually chose certain rocks because of the magnetic field.
NARRATOR: In Mexico, similar statues created by the Olmec civilization were also found to emit magnetic anomalies.
These intricately carved heads vary in height from nearly five feet to over 11 feet tall, the largest weighing approximately 50 tons.
Like the Monte Alto sculptures, most of these heads were made from basalt.
Basalt has large quantities of-of iron and magnesium in them.
The Olmec were so precise with knowing where the magnetic fields were that they actually carved the structure around these anomalies.
So when scientists use a magnetometer around the stone statue, they notice the nose or the cheeks, around the chin the magnetic fields are strongest there.
COLLINS: The great heads of the Olmec are made of basalt.
Basalt is a volcanic substance.
And this closest source to many of these heads is anything up to 100 miles away.
And this is interesting because I don't think it's simply the case that the basalt was easy to sculpt into the forms of head.
WILLIAMS: Basalt is dense.
It's very, very heavy, thick rock, and it's very difficult to work with, let alone carve with rudimentary tools like flint, because they range higher on Mohs' test as far as density, and flint is a much softer material than basalt, so it's difficult to understand how they carved these things and the intricate detail on some of them is just incredible.
NEWMAN: With these stone giants, it really is a question as to why they chose these specific types of rock, like granite, we find it's very crystalline, it's also electrically conductive.
We find basalt, which is volcanic, again, this is very magnetic.
And so, again, it can be conductive for various different purposes.
So what's going on here? Were they specifically choosing certain types of rock for technological reasons? When we look at how the ancients were selecting certain stones that were magnetic or had certain energy, we wonder how they could know about all of the-the properties of these stones.
Are they getting this information from extraterrestrials? NARRATOR: Extraterrestrials? Is it possible that the ancient people of Mesoamerica were given instructions to sculpt these giant basalt heads by alien visitors? But if so, why? As far as ancient astronaut theorists are concerned, the answer is simple: They were intended to be used for data storage.
In 2017, IBM made a huge breakthrough in data storage.
They figured out how to store 201 gigabytes of data on a square inch of tape.
That means a magnetic tape reel the size of the palm of your hand can hold as much data as you would have in 330 laptops.
WILLIAMS: Mag tape, mag stripe tape is made out of, basically, very, very tiny magnetic particles.
And what they do is they-they adhere them to the back of a-a thin strip.
And the way it works is the little metal filings, which are very microscopic, they would all align in a certain pattern, kind of like the grooves on a record player.
And it would take another piece of equipment, similar to the one that actually aligned them, to interpret how those particles are lined up.
And we still use it to this day for backup data storage.
CHILDRESS: And so, once again, we have to ask ourself if these statues were in fact devices that had recorded information, and information could be extracted from them, like a computer hard drive, or something like that.
And so there's this energy associated with them.
WILLIAMS: Most people don't even realize when they're looking at some of the artwork or some of the sculptures or carvings that the ancients did, they can't figure out how did they know about magnetic fields? How did they understand? Well, maybe there's a technology there that we don't understand today.
SPIVACK: We've been looking at these objects primarily at the macroscopic level what do they look like but maybe there's information inside them, encoded using nanotechnology.
Why is that likely? Because we ourselves are doing the same thing.
By trying to store information for thousands or millions of years, you end up going to the same physical materials and solutions that the hypothetical ancient aliens may have also figured out how to use.
NARRATOR: If extraterrestrials taught early civilizations how to encode data in stone, as ancient astronaut theorists suggest, what information were they trying to preserve? Perhaps further clues can be found by examining a number of megalithic sculptures that stand in the jungles of Honduras.
Mysterious stone giants depicting a divine ruler who could see into both the past and the future.
NARRATOR: This ancient site, located deep in the jungles of the Yucatán Peninsula, served as one of the most important city centers of the Mayan empire.
The Maya thrived between 2000 B.
And 900 A.
, and are celebrated for having a vast knowledge of astronomy, mathematics, writing, and architecture.
The Maya were one of the longest lasting and most expansive civilizations that our planet has ever known.
Geographically, they covered an area from the top of the Yucatán Peninsula in the Caribbean all the way down to the Pacific coast of Guatemala.
It bled into what's now today Mexico and Honduras.
It was thought that the great city of Copán at one time covered an area, like, ten square miles, something like 20,000 people.
But sometime in the ninth century, this incredible Mayan city was abandoned, its people vanished, and it was swallowed by the jungle overgrowth.
NARRATOR: The ruins of Copán include dozens of elaborately carved stone statues, or stelae, depicting Copán's semi-divine rulers.
These larger-than-life figures, covered with hieroglyphic writings, provide an intriguing account of how ancient cultures revered the heavens.
TSOUKALOS: Copán is a place where even the archeologists agree that the celestial realm was built on Earth in order to show as above, so below, and in Copán we have that in-between level right there laid out in this amazing archeological structure.
NARRATOR: Ancient astronaut theorist Giorgio Tsoukalos travels to Copán to meet up with renowned Mayan archaeologist David Sedat, who has been involved in the excavation of the site for more than three decades.
TSOUKALOS: David, great pleasure to meet you.
Well, I've been looking forward to this.
- I'm sure you have a lot of things you want to see.
- This is Yes, I do.
So, David, what are we looking at here? Well, this is the Great Plaza.
It's o-over 100 meters b Larger than a football field.
And, uh, it's the southern, uh, portion of the Great Plaza where the majority of the great standing stone giants that you've come to see are located.
NARRATOR: Before examining Copán's stone giants up close, Giorgio has been invited to explore the underground tunnels beneath Temple 16.
BRUCE FENTON: Uh, watch your step and watch your head.
- It's low.
- TSOUKALOS: Oh, wow, yeah.
Okay, wow, look at this corbelled ceiling.
That's unbelievable.
NARRATOR: It was here that archaeologists discovered that the structure, believed to have been built in 776 AD, completely encased an older temple called Rosalila.
SEDAT: Giorgio will find Rosalila Temple especially interesting because he'll be able to see some of these stucco figures right close-up.
And those images are going to, I believe, absolutely astound him.
Look at that.
This is extraordinary.
I mean, that to me, it looks like a helmet and a guy with a regulator or a microphone in front of his mouth.
- Incredible.
- It's interpreted as an ancestor figure.
TSOUKALOS: I see an astronaut in a helmet, you know, rendered by someone who has no concept what an astronaut is.
No, this is truly extraordinary.
The Rosalila Temple is one of countless examples where archeologists themselves are saying this temple was dedicated in honor of the so-called celestial gods, the celestial beings.
Well, the archeologists are already speaking my language.
The only thing they have to change is change "celestial being" to "extraterrestrials.
" NARRATOR: On the grounds at Copán are 15 of what are called stelae.
The most well-known of these were built during the 36-year reign of the ruler Uaxaclajuun Ub'aah K'awiil, better known by the nickname 18 Rabbit.
TSOUKALOS: This is the first time I'm standing next to one of these.
Absolutely incredible.
What do the glyphs say about this particular statue or stela here? SEDAT: This is all a representation of the 13th ruler who we have nicknamed 18 Rabbit.
And they show him taking on the persona of the high god of Copán, Juun Ajaw, uh, who was a sky god.
Uh, the supreme being.
And the motifs on his headdress and other attributes show that he is a sky deity.
This is amazing to me, because here we have not only a statue depicting something, which is a picture, a carved picture, but on the sides we have writing, glyphs carved that speak of a sky deity.
Now, when I look at something like this, I'm immediately reminded of misunderstood technology.
Because imagine if a people who are intelligent, yet their technological frame of reference, from 1,000 or 2,000 years ago, we have to admit, was primitive.
Not their intelligence, their technological frame of reference.
O-Of course, let me just add to that that everything shows his connectedness, uh, of the cosmos and this living space of mankind in all of its senses.
And by the way, I have seen that headdress right there elsewhere on planet Earth.
And that is in Mesopotamia, where you have Enki and the goddess Ishtar, with the exact or similar type headdress.
And, by the way, Enki and Ishtar, too, were sky gods.
So you have these references of sky gods not just here, not just in Mesopotamia, but in each and every ancient culture regardless of continent.
So the fact that we have these examples worldwide leads me to think that it was a flesh and blood extraterrestrial whom our ancestors misinterpreted as being God.
Why? Because they came from the sky.
Arthur C.
Clarke said it best when he said, "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
" Imagine showing your great-great-grandfather - your smartphone.
- Right.
That's right.
(Laughs) All of a sudden, you've become a magician, a wizard.
When we, uh, talk about technology, I imagine someday in the future, that the technology will be such that we'll be able to scan this, uh, stela here, and we see the resonances that are inside the crystalline structure of the stone.
In other words, that these were great, uh, memory chip banks.
NARRATOR: Great memory chip banks? For Giorgio, the fact that David Sedat, a renowned archaeologist and one of the foremost authorities on Copán, is of the opinion that these stone giants could be storing information about the ancient world is an astounding revelation.
But perhaps even more extraordinary is the next figure David Sedat plans to show him.
NARRATOR: While exploring the ruins of Copán with renowned Mayan archaeologist David Sedat, ancient astronaut theorist Giorgio Tsoukalos has just been treated to an astounding theory concerning the megalithic stone giants that dot the landscape.
These were great memory chip banks.
- Okay.
- And in the appropriate, uh, algorithm, we could peel back into time by hearing the sights and sounds and everything that happened in this sacred space and maybe answer some of the questions that you were posing.
Thank you for that.
Uh, I appreciate that very much.
NARRATOR: Is it possible that these Mayan stone giants were designed in such a way as to be able to digitally store valuable data, much like today's so-called Superman crystals? Every single thing we do using a phone, using a laptop that all creates little data.
We're even creating data passively.
We have microphones and multiple cameras in all our devices.
We don't know when something might be picked up and stored to a server.
Or when you AirDrop something to somebody.
Using Bluetooth and cloud-based storage, we're transferring data to each other, and something could be picking up this massive wealth of information and storing that data somewhere.
SPIVACK: We've learned a lot about how ancient civilizations understood our solar system and their world.
These civilizations had advanced technologies for working with stone and metal and, in some cases, crystals.
We still don't know how they did what they did.
It's reasonable that, given these monuments exist, that we should analyze them to see if there's other layers of information encoded in them.
CHILDRESS: If these statues were, in fact, devices that had recorded information, you wonder if we have, also, some evidence here from the statues of Copán that extraterrestrials are coming to this planet.
NARRATOR: Could the ancient stone giants of Copán, like hundreds of other stone monoliths found all across the globe, really be encoded with precious information about the ancient world? And, if so, might they also hold evidence of extraterrestrial contact? As far as ancient astronaut theorists are concerned, the answer is a profound yes.
And to prove their point, they believe that one of the keys can be found by examining the elaborate carvings located on what is referred to as Stela C.
The same one that David Sedat considers the most incredible.
The inscription on this side starts a 20-year period, equivalent to December five of 711.
And midnight on that night, the Milky Way was standing precisely straight up in the tropical sky here.
The text goes on to say that this also happened 4,600 years before.
And there is strong implication that he was as well, like on that night, witnessing this celestial event.
NARRATOR: Witnessing the event? Is it possible that the ruler depicted on the stela, known as 18 Rabbit, was able to observe an astronomical event that occurred more than 4,000 years before his time? Let me show you how the narrative picks up on the other side.
All right, let's check it out.
So now, here, this guy has a beard.
Well, yes, this is, uh, still 18 Rabbit, but he's achieved great age, great wisdom.
Telling us that he is witnessing this astronomical conjunction of the Milky Way two million years ago.
Two million years ago? - Two million years ago.
- So this stela here And he witnessed it.
Now, he witnesses this astronomical conjunction of the Milky Way two million years in the future.
- As well? - As well.
- That's extraordinary.
- So these stones have to be seen as the supernatural personas that can travel in time simultaneously backwards and forwards.
You've just blown my mind.
NARRATOR: Supernatural personas, that can travel through time? If the statues of Copán were really created as a means of storing valuable ancient knowledge, as ancient astronaut theorists suggest, then how, and why, did that knowledge come to be lost, along with the keys needed to unlock their secrets? Perhaps further clues can be found by examining a number of other stone giants that were mysteriously buried deep underground.
NARRATOR: 45 miles from Mexico City.
Standing guard atop a 30-foot tall pyramid dedicated to the feathered serpent god Quetzalcoatl are four imposing warrior figures, each over 13 feet tall.
The city's main temple is called the Temple of Quetzalcoatl.
On top of it stand four very large columns in the form of warriors.
Archeologists have attributed the figures to the Toltec civilization that preceded the Aztec and occupied the region around 750 A.
Like the Olmec heads of Mexico and the Monte Alto statues of Guatemala, they are carved out of basalt, and weigh eight and a half tons each.
FENTON: These giant statues of Tula they had a range of odd features, but particularly notable are the-the fact that some of them have three fingers.
It's as if these guys are standing inside some pressurized suits they have these packs on their chest, they have helmets on and they have what seem to be headsets.
NARRATOR: While mainstream archeologists identify the statues as Toltec warriors, their actual identity is unknown.
There is, in fact, no way of identifying exactly who sculpted them, when they were sculpted or for what purpose.
Also curious is the fact that they were not found where they stand now.
They were found deep beneath the earth, as if deliberately buried.
At Tula, they purposely buried these statues.
And that would be to remove the power that was also associated with them.
VIEIRA: You find many statues around the world where it's purposeful vandalism, because the belief is you disempower the statue.
It seems like superstition, but it seems like the ancients, uh, really understood a lot of concepts that we really don't get.
CHILDRESS: The famous statues on Easter Island were said to be alive and to have a power in them.
But eventually, there was a revolution on Easter Island.
And they had to kill the statues.
They would snap the neck of the statue.
What archeologists have done today is re-erected them on platforms, put the heads back on.
Did these statues actually have some energy or power that the people were aware of, and influenced people as well? NARRATOR: Is it possible that information stored within the world's ancient stone giants or the energy they contained was considered so powerful and so dangerous that they had to be buried or deliberately destroyed? Perhaps further clues can be found by examining exactly where many of these quartz-filled monoliths are located.
One thing that we consistently see all around the world is that ancient sites are built on even more ancient sites.
And why are these spots special? They have power in them.
They're part of this grid network.
And they placed giant statues at these nodal places, and people associated these statues as having an energy that came out of them.
NARRATOR: In 1972, Ivan T.
Sanderson, a world mysteries author, noted a distinct pattern that emerged when he plotted locations known for strange magnetic disturbances on a map.
His list which included the Bermuda Triangle, the Devil's Sea, south of Japan, and Easter Island fell in a distinct formation that circled the globe.
Other investigators have since elaborated on his work, and mapped their own intricate worldwide grids based on sacred structures and electromagnetically charged regions of the Earth.
HENRY: Places like Machu Picchu, the Great Pyramid, Kailasa Temple in India, are all considered to be nodal points on the world grid.
And what happened in the ancient world is that they would build stone giants where they could tune into this cosmic energy.
The world grid is actually seen as an interdimensional doorway.
That these places are seen as portals or gateways into other star systems.
NARRATOR: Is it possible that some highly-advanced civilization was responsible for teaching early man not only how to manufacture megalithic stone giants but what type of material to use and where to place them? And, if so, were they positioned to draw energy from the Earth simply to power memory drives or could they have served another, even more profound purpose? One that allowed them to transmit not just data but the extraterrestrials themselves? 43,000 miles above the Earth four Magnetospheric Multiscale spacecraft fly in formation through the Earth's magnetic boundaries.
Their mission is to record data related to x-points where the magnetic field of the Earth and that of the Sun briefly merge, forming an uninterrupted portal from the Earth to the Sun.
There are studies that are underway right now to determine where and why these portals open.
One could easily connect this to the ancient belief that there are portals that bring cosmic energy to the Earth and that the stone statues become vessels of this cosmic energy.
Maybe the stone giants are the x-portals themselves, where humans can connect with extraterrestrials in an energetic way and possibly even travel there, physically, to other civilizations, through these portals.
NARRATOR: Portals? Is it possible that the stone giants served as interdimensional gateways, allowing not only data to be transmitted and received, but also extraterrestrial life forms? JASON MARTELL: The idea that these statues were buried raises the question as to should they have been left buried? If they were conveying extraterrestrials, have we potentially reactivated them by unburying them and putting them in their original locations? HENRY: The stone giants that we see scattered around the planet represent a profound cosmic truth that is that we once were connected with the divine beings or the celestial beings, and we've lost that connection.
So by replacing those stone giants or recovering them, we're actually reconnecting ourselves with these divine beings, with celestial beings, through these stone statues.
CHILDRESS: If we were able to completely understand this system, a system which is apparently not completely functioning right now, and by rebuilding some of the giant statues at certain places on this world grid, we might be able to reconstruct that worldwide system that was in place.
And quite possibly put by extraterrestrials.
In some ways, I think we're doing that right now, slowly, bit by bit.
NARRATOR: The statues of Abu Simbel in Egypt.
The stelae of Copán in Honduras.
The Olmec heads of Mexico.
The moai of Easter Island.
All were found either buried or broken, but since then have been restored to their original placements.
If the stone giants of the ancient world really did function as portals for otherworldly beings to travel to Earth, could we have unwittingly opened a Pandora's box one that our ancestors went to great lengths to close? If true, perhaps the signals stored within the world's stone giants have already been transmitted and received.
Communication has already begun.
And the time of contact is sooner than we think.

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