The Mystery Tool of Ancient Builders

My research into the hidden history of humanity and truth in general, led me to observe odd ‘ridge marks’ or long cuts in very hard bedrock stone, such as granite.

Most recently, as I follow Corey Goode on David Wilcock Cosmic Disclosure via, Corey speaks of the Ancient Builder Race, whose megalithic remnant creations are seen on the moon, through out our solar system, this planet as well as underneath the surface of this planet.

My first education on Ancient Builder Tools came from a document by US Army Nurse Matila MacElroy. She had the opportunity to get information from an ET who provided much fact about our planet and our place in the universe, as they saw it anyway.

Regardless, the chapters on Earth History were most interesting to me. From this document I learned many things. I suspect many others have as well. If you have the ability to read it please do so for your own edification.

From this article I learned that the advanced cutting tools of the ancient builders were represented in an artifact still on Earth. The Ponce Stella standing in Kalasasaya Temple in Tiahuananco Bolivia. I tucked that fact away under my tinfoil hat.

TFHL had to check it out.
Drawing of Hands with Tools
Sketch of the tools in the hands of the Ponce Stella

Yes but the story begins in Egypt.

Me at the Aswan Quarry Egypt 2013

In 2013 I saw granite cuts at the Aswan Quarry in Egypt. I was stunned. Yousef Awyan, expert guide from the KMT School, pointed out the various tool marks of those who quarried here through the ages. It’s an amazing experience to stand there looking through time at the transformation of the site.

Yousef leading us through the ancient Aswan Quarry Egypt 2013.

The sun being so overbearingly bright made it hard to attune one’s eyes to appreciate all the details that Yousef guided us to see. I am certainly glad I photographed to get a better look later.

The first odd rock cut was this one; an angled hole on a rock face. I noticed small ridges cut into the granite above the hole. Odd I thought. A few innocuous ridges on the edge of the hole too.

Curious cut in Aswan Quarry Egypt

Right away Yousef pointed out the odd shallow scoop marks but they were hard to see in the sun. Once my eye became attuned to these marks it was astounding. I can now find them globally.

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The telltale scoop and ridge marks made by the ancient tool.

Yousef showed three rows of Roman era blade marks.  A hands width wide and raggedly chopped into the granite.


The triangular marks left by another Roman technique were most obvious. The quarry men would make wedged slits into the granite, fill them with wood, then add water that would swell the wood, eventually popping off a granite chunk leaving the triangular marks.


The most famous monument here at Aswan is the huge Unfinished Obelisk.

TFHL visits the Unfinished Obelisk
The story they tell you is, that the massive Unfinished Obelisk in the Aswan quarry, was cut from the granite bedrock with small soft stone balls. These natural stone inclusions have fallen out of the bedrock and are laying about.
Different stone tools for Obelisk building. NOT
Stone pounders fall from the bedrock as inclusions.

However…there were other marks, much older marks. In fact a whole wall had been cut here in an Egyptian quarry as sharp and smooth as anything in Peru. No stone pounder did this wall cut. Besides see the remnant ridge marks to the right on the upper wall cut around the small square cut ?

Wall cut at Aswan Egypt 2013. Similar technique is used in Peru.

Other marks were more curious. These too not made by soft stone pounders. More like something hot moved the granite like play dough.

Granite moved and cut, like butter being scooped out. Is this the proof, the hard evidence, of the Mystery Tool of the Ancient Builders ?

It looked as if someone had scooped the granite out as ice cream. That is the only way I can describe it to you. I got such a chilling feeling looking at it. Right next to the triangular, much newer, Roman marks.

It looked like someone had fun scooping out small bits of granite, testing the tool or just playing. Is this the technological manipulation of matter Corey Goode speaks about in regard to the Ancient Builder Race ?

Scoop marks in ice cream ? No, red granite at Aswan Quarry Egypt 2013.

Granite is a very hard stone. 7 on the MOHS scale of rock hardness. Copper tools can’t do what I saw there. What was used ? The Mystery Tool of the Ancients Builders.

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Granite is 7 hardness Copper is 3
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Copper cannot cut granite.

The consistent ridge marks in and around the famous ‘Unfinished Obelisk’ were the next telling sign of this mystery tool. The ridges cut into the red granite leading in and under another less famous unfinished obelisk in the same quarry, are also stunning physical proof of an advanced unknown tool used in antiquity.

Huge Ridge Marks all the way down the wall at left. Heading down under the second unfinished obelisk.
Authours Chris Dunn in Red followed by Stephen Mehler. Notice their hands against the huge ridge marks. See my shadow with hat and scarf 🙂
Chris Dunn in red followed by Stephen Mehler and Beatrice Barbe Notice the huge tool marks on the right.
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Chris Dunn inspecting the tool marks up close.
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The second less famous unfinished obelisk Aswan Egypt. Notice the scoop marks and ridges. Would you want to be the last guy to cut out this multi ton granite block ?

Back at the Big Unfinished Obelisk

TFHL visits the Unfinished ObeliskResearcher Brien Forester got permission to get closer. I snapped some shots of him filming the trench. In my shot one can clearly see how the mysterious ridge marks come up out of the trench and continue on to the rock.

Researcher Brien Forester of gets a closer look. I snap a shot and capture more ridge details on the obelisk as well as around it.

They have a flowing feeling to them. Also there are a few marks that seem to be right on the flat surface of the obelisk.

Close up of tool mark ridge details around the Unfinished Obelisk
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Better shot of Unfinished Obelisk surface without sun glare reveals the tell tale scoop marks of the ancient mystery tool.
Trough beside the Unfinished Obelisk. One can see the evidence of tool mark ridges everywhere around here.
Ridge marks flow through the trench
TFHL selfie with the Unfinished Obelisk Check for the tool marks behind me.

Other curious marks in red granite, documented by myself at the Rameseum seemed ridge tooled.

The famous Red granite topple statue at the Ramesseum shows signs of consistent ridges. Were these really done by hand using copper tools ? How did they move this stone 500 miles form the Aswan quarry in the south ?

More evidence of the scoop like marks from Peru as compared to Aswan.

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Osirion Temple Abydos Egypt. Notice Peruvian knobbies, scoop marks and ridges. Photo – D. Hatcher-Childress

There is more than enough proof these marks exist. If they are depicted in the hands of the Ponce Stella we should consider it.

I joined a tour to Peru and Bolivia that Megalithomaniac Hugh Newman and Brien Forester were leading in fall 2013. Special guest was David Hatcher-Childress famous alternative history researcher.

TFHL wears her Khemit School Tshirt to Tiahuanaco

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Meeting David in Bolivia was great we explored Tiahuanaco and Puma Punku. I asked him about the objects the statue was holding. He said they were known as ritual cups. He widened his eyes and nodded his head as he considered my idea of tools instead. Nice man. His wife and I jumped through this false doorway for posterity 🙂

See video of us at Puma Punku.

Brien points to ridges in a water spout reconstruction at Kalasasaya Temple Bolivia

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Brien points to smaller ridge marks

And back in Peru, scoop tool and ridge marks on the wall in Peru Saqsaywaman

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Knobbies and scoop ridges on a wall in Cusco. Notice the smaller field stone Inca construction against the much older ancient builder megalithic stonework.
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Scoop marks bottom left on polygonal megalithic wall Cusco – photo D. Hatcher-Childress

I next noticed similar marks in Peru and Bolivia near the famous Star Gate Amaru Muru, as well as on some of the constructions in Bolivia at Puma Punku and through out Peru.

Rock Cut Star Gate Amaru Muru Peru 2013 The scoop marks at the far end made great seats
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Ridge scoops next to Amaru Muru Peru Thanks to quad copter still shot.
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Ridge scoops next to Amaru Muru Peru Thanks to quad copter still shot.

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The pictures below I found online of the Bazda Caves in Turkey. See the ridges ?

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The images below are from Turkey as well.

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The marks below are from Lebanon’s Balbek Temple.

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I began to see this tell tale ridge like marks in many ancient sites. The first site that stuck out enough to realize what I was seeing, were the Longyou Caves in China. Here were pronounced ridge marks everywhere. I wrote a blog on it here.

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Have we found the tool depicted in the hands of the Ponce Stella ?

If so what is it? Can we study and back engineer it ?

Interesting, don’t you think ?


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