El Plan de Jarras: Miles de gigantescas jarras de piedra esparcidas por la llanura de Xieng Khouang, en Laos. Aunque se ha determinado que tienen más de 2000 años de edad, nadie ha sido capaz de determinar quién los construyó y con qué propósito. Hechos de roca sedimentaria, como arenisca o granito, y coral calcificado, los frascos pesan hasta 13 toneladas y tienen entre 1 y 3 metros de altura.
The Plains of Jars. Thousands of giant stone jars are scattered around the Xieng Khouang plain in Laos. Excavation by Lao and Japanese archaeologists has supported the conclusion that these were funeral megaliths, with the discovery of human remains, burial goods and ceramics found in association with the stone jars. The Plain of Jars is dated to the Iron Age (500 BCE to 500 CE). Image: Anne Murray.
The Mysterious Plain of Jars, often referred to as an Asian version of Stonehenge, Xieng Khouang Plain, Laos (c.1 A.D.) thousands of megalithic stone jars made of sandstone, granite, or calcified coral are scattered around the plain and appear in clusters. They weigh up to 13 tons and are between 1 and 3 meters high. It has not been determined who built them or their purpose.
Beneath Machu, lies a huge cave “enlarged and shaped artificially to precise geometric forms, masonry of white granite ashlars. This is the cave from which the Anunnaki sent the first Inca king to found Cuzco, 75 miles southeast of Machu. [Childress, 2012:319 -343; Lost Realms 140 - 154]
Plain of Jars located in Laos A vast, mysterious plain in this little known country has huge ancient jars buried into the earth, and no one knows Why?. On eerie, misty evenings residents and visitors in this area, often hear strange sounds, and rarely dare to venture onto the plain. The plain itself is the scene of thousands of years of ancient battles, whilst during the Indochina War, the plain of jars was heavily bombed by the US air force, and yet none of the jars were ever damaged...