In Saudi Arabia, 220 kilometers southeast of the city
Tabuk in the province of the same name is the oasis of Tayma (relative to
flat plain on the western edge of the desert Al Nafud), which
famous all over the world amazing stone Al Naslaa (El Naslaa).
The amazing thing is that it is divided into two halves, very smooth,
like a giant fantastic “cutter”.
This megalith was discovered in 1883 by Charles Hoover (Charles
Huver), and since then among researchers of antiquities do not stop
disputes, who and how could make this “stone cut”.
Orthodox science naturally leans towards natural science.
the formation of this unique megalith. The fact is that his
the halves are on small stone foundations that
time could move supposedly in height, which made this
huge boulder to crack. Theory, in general, at first glance
plausible, but it has weaknesses:
- Firstly, this “rift” is too smooth for the natural,
nature, as a rule, does not like perfect geometric shapes and
- secondly, according to geologists, the alleged “split” is
across the layers in stone, which is simply impossible in principle;
- thirdly, after the “rift”, pay attention (see
pictures), the halves of the stone did not move relative to each other, which
contradicts the very idea of the displacement of supports in height In addition, for
so many centuries the halves do not collapse, despite their fragile
Hence the conclusion: someone in ancient times (judging by the petroglyphs
on the stone, which are for archaeologists for some reason
more value than the mysterious cut, it all happened in
several centuries BC) somehow incredibly sawed
or so evenly split this boulder. The most courageous researchers
they even suggest that in that distant time (petroglyphs on this
boulder, most likely, were inflicted much later) someone
cut a stone with a laser. It is not difficult to guess – who.
However, close (in photographs it is imperceptible) it is clear that the edges
the rifts are not perfectly flat, there is no discharge, which is left by the laser,
so talk about the fantastic stone-cutters of antiquity with their
Extraterrestrial technology, probably not worth it.
However, it remains a mystery how the ancient inhabitants of this region (and
scientists have already proved that people lived here from time immemorial, because
the place at that time was favorable for living and rural
farms) managed to still split this huge boulder, and
so smooth? And most importantly, for what purpose? Not for the same
baffle and surprise us – their descendants? ..
As for the surprise of modern people, then this
The ancients, apparently, turned out to be one hundred percent, whether they wanted to
not. The thing is, look at the fantastic megalith in
Saudi Arabia comes hundreds of thousands of tourists annually. Of course,
not only on him, in the country nemelo and other attractions,
and yet the Al Naslaa stone is a real highlight of Saudi