Sulawesi: Giant Jars & Mysterious Megaliths

How did sophisticated prediluvian megaliths appear on the world’s eleventh largest island of Sulawesi, Indonesia during a time with no recorded civilization?

Giant granite statues and jars, with precision-engineered carvings are found throughout Sulawesi’s Bada Valley. The shared style of humanoid megaliths across the globe sparks modern speculation about a lost culture in ancient Sundaland, that could intricately shape one of the toughest stones on the planet.

The location of the quarry and transport methods and tools remain open questions explored by alternative researchers who look to Sulawesi for links to the ancient Pacific Empire of Mu.

Featuring: Gregg Braden, William Henry, Matthew Lacroix, Andrew Collins, Jahannah James, Freddy Silva, Brien Foerster, Rita Louise Ph.D., Hugh Newman, Maria Wheatley, Robert M. Schoch Ph.D.
Audio Languages: English
Subtitles: English