The Persepolis Plateau Iran's Antediluvian Ruins

The lamassu.

Incredible monuments, undoubtedly constructed during an incredible time within human history. Worshipped as a celestial beings within ancient Mesopotamian religion, often they bear a human head, and bull's body, although variations exist, which have the horns and the ears of a bull including wings.

These Anthropomorphic statues, appear frequently throughout Mesopotamian art, indicating a strong importance to their cultural beliefs.

It is now understood, that the lamassu were perceived as household protective spirits, within ancient Babylonian belief systems, becoming associated later as royal protectors, which were placed as sentinels at entrances. The reason for our video however, does not surround the religious importance, or indeed cultural history of the Lamassu, instead, we wish to explore the enormous, inexplicable size, and thus weight, of these incredible ancient statues.

How did an ancient people, that according to academia, existed within our own well studied cycle of development, accomplish the movement, and placement, of such gigantic stone carvings?

The Persepolis Plateau Iran's Antediluvian Ruins (Part 1)

The Persepolis Plateau Iran's Antediluvian Ruins (Part 2)

There are many ancient sites which upon exploration, create an air of doubt surrounding the academic explanation as to their origins.

Supposed constructors simply incapable of creating such wonders. Raising logical questions within the minds of the astute. With Iran being a place littered with such structures, one of the most famous of which, known as Persepolis.

Found upon the banks of the river Pulvar, this plateau of trilithons and mythical carvings, simply baffle modern sculptures and indeed the modern man.

The site possesses claimed Achaemenid styles of architecture. Although we feel these claims are a misconception, and are in reality, the work of someone else. Declared a World Heritage Site in 1979, the ancient Persians, claimed it as their own city, naming it “Pārsa,” which means Old Persian.

However, it seems, like so many other inexplicable sites found around the world, it was simply re-inhabited, yet unlike these many other sites, inscriptions found upon buried treasure at the site, actually possesses an inscription, left by one of the oldest rulers of the Persians, openly admitting this re-inhabitation as a reality.

Treasure found still successfully concealed at the site, a sign of the people’s loyalty to their king, not discovered until modern times, presumably protected by them, and its secret location, until theuir death at the hands of Alexander The Greats invaders. Solid gold & silver tablets preserving the kings account of the site’s origin.





Narration By Don Moffit:

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