The tool

It may be left to painters and poets to imagine the deep feelings of being thirty five feet tall weighing 1,000 lbs and being in great physical shape. These folks were the “old normal” and were excellent workers whose Genes thrived for millennia in the God given gardens of Sub Saharan Africa. A wonderful and peaceful environment allowed these New Born’s to grow large and strong. Indeed, the Western bible refers to them as God’s first Children. They seem to have been a peaceful, hard working group of folks who later used their knowledge of Geometry to become Foundation builders for the planet.

I believe that when a native population grew large enough to form a society they called upon these Megalithic builders to come into their area and use their Geometric knowledge to orient their mound building or observatory accurately and inform them how to use the design.

when the builders had finished their contract they picked up their tools and moved to the next site, leaving the smaller native people to pile up smaller stones.

Today the professionals who build our houses do so then clean their tools, pack them up and more to the next building. They don’t stay around and live with us. We hardly ever find tools of the original builders around our homes. If we dig our back yard we find lots of information about the folks who lived and worked there before us, but no original building tools. DUH!

Around the pyramids they find small copper tools capable of cutting limestone, but there are no tools strong enough to have carved the harder base stones. These small tools were used by the people who lived there. The foundation-maker’s Megalithic tool could be being portrayed In these following photos.

I believe the artist used his or her skills to convey a memory of this Megalithic tool.

Firstly this tool is not a bulb. There was no glass works at that time. See as this Giant holds the tool that his legs are blocked by the object. If it were a bulb you would be able to see through it to his legs. It couldn’t be stone held up by Native people, it would be much to heavy for them to lift.


I’m suggesting that this image portrays a two dimensional wooden paddle-shaped board designed to hold a high pressure hose stable enough to cut stones brought before it.

The image of a hissing snake communicates the sound of high pressure steam release. The coiling or writhing of a snake illustrates what a hose under high pressure does.

I can imagine a steam boiler made of thick hard stone, I’m not sure what the hose could be woven of to withstand the huge steam pressure… but it happened… here’s the picture!
Cutting rock with steam wouldn’t leave chips.