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The Evidence for Noah’s Flood Part 4: Mysterious Ruins

Updated on December 28, 2018
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Dr. David Thiessen is an educator, writer, pastor, and speaker. He has authored several books on a variety of topics including Archaeology

They Stand Tall & Silent

It is now time to turn our attention to the many different mysterious ruins that populate the landscape throughout the world. Their builders remain unknown; their purpose is a mystery; and the reason for their locations is also equally unknown.

While many archaeologists and other researchers have attempted to draw several theories about these mysterious objects, their efforts have failed. That is because they are working with absolutely no information describing these structures.

Dating These Mysterious Ruins

This is the tricky part as Dr. Brian Forester has shown that certain walls and other structures that have been attributed to the Incas and the Aztecs, do not line up with what is known about Inca and Aztec building techniques.

He has shown that the the previous structures are built too good, and obvious discrepancies undermine such credit. The Aztecs and the Incas have said that those buildings were already in place when their ancestors settle the land.

This brings us to one of the fallacies of dating mysterious structures. Even in the post-flood age, researchers can find artifacts dating to one period or another. Yet those artifacts may not be contemporary with the walls or structures.

This inability to separate artifacts from the existing structures distorts the date of construction on those walls, etc. Of course, it is hard to separate artifacts from the walls, etc., because no one really knows when the artifacts were left behind.

This same problem extends to the mysterious structures of the world. No one can really say when they were built because any identifying artifacts could have come centuries later.

Different Bits & Pieces of Evidence

The Temple People Structures Malta And Gozo

They say that these people existed on Malta from 4000 to 2900 BC, yet there was no succeeding group of people to take their place. The Temple People simply vanished from history.

These people did leave behind extravagant and immense temples that have not been duplicated since. But they left nothing else.

Gobekli Tepe

Is a mysterious ruin that has left no known trace of the people who built it. Researchers have dated this structure to 8,000 BC, Yet there are no artifacts, ancient manuscripts or any other record referring to this structure.

As with the Temple People, there are no ancient manuscripts discovered so far that even remotely refer to either the Malta temples or Gobleki Tepe structure. This gap in the record cannot be filled with speculation.

If either structure was in existence and history continued uninterrupted then why is there no record of the people who built them? No ancient kingdom from the Sumerians onward talk about these structures or the people who built them.

The Nazca Lines

While not structures or walls, these lines defy logic. A lot has been written about them already but the conclusions about who dug these lines and why remain a total mystery. Like the previous two mysteries on this list, archaeologists and other researchers have failed to find any documentation depicting their purpose or architects.

The silence may or may not point to a civilization that was wiped out during Noah’s flood.


Often attributed to the Druids, the construction of Stonehenge was certainly above the Druids capabilities and abilities. There is no known Druid construction that would provide any corroborating evidence to prove that they actually built this mysterious ruin.

Then with different Stonehenge structures found in other parts of Europe and under lake Michigan, it is plain to see that the British version was not created by a small religious group of people.

The Pyramids & The Sphinx

I am of the school of thought that the Pyramids and the Spinx were already built when the ancient Egyptians first came to their homeland. Only a small piece of graffiti attribute the Great Pyramid to Khufu. That is not enough evidence to support Egyptian construction.

Also, the Sphinx shows a lot of water damage. In a country that gets very little rainfall, the amount of erosion exceeds the damage that could be done by the small amount of water.

One explanation is that the Sphinx and the Pyramids survived the flood and the Egyptians took credit for their construction. With the lack of blueprints and other construction paperwork from that time, it would be hard for the Egyptians to prove their ancient ancestors actually built those structures.

If you want to believe that the Hebrew slaves were part of the workforce that constructed these buildings, you would be mistaken. The bible says they built 2 cities, not the pyramids.


The date of this fine city reaches back to about 10 to 20,000 years, yet like the other mysterious monuments in this article, no record of who built it, or why, exists.

Plus, the large stones used in the construction would almost be impossible to move under today’s mechanical moving machines. These stones are said to be quarried 50 miles away from the ancient city.

With saltwater evidence lying around just about everywhere at this site, it can be concluded that the builders, their records and the city were destroyed in the flood. Its 13,000 foot elevation does not show signs of an invading force doing the destructive deed.

Some Final Words

It is not possible to mention all the mysterious structures found around the world. While they remain independent of each other, similarities exist. First, there are no records of the people who built the structures.

Second, there are no records detailing their purpose or how they were built. Third, and this is an important point. We find their history to be absent from other ancient civilizations that may or would have had contact with these people.

If these structures are as archaeologists and others have claimed, then we should find some sort of record of these structures and their builders in other ancient records. None exist. The closest we have come is the Aztec saying that they were already in existence when their people first came to their land.

This glaring error undermines any claim modern researchers make. The fact that these structures are destroyed and their people and written records are missing points to the validity of Noah’s flood.

These structures emphasize the different meanings of the word ‘destroyed’. The people and their records are gone and the buildings can no longer be used. The best explanation for this destruction is Noah’s flood.

We find no evidence of invading armies, no bragging on monuments built by supposed conquerors, just nothing. It is if these destroyed buildings appeared in history as they are found today and that is not a good explanation for their appearance or existence.

I think that over this four part series that I have presented enough credible evidence to show that Noah’s flood was real, it was global and a very big part of human history.

No other explanation has the evidence to support them.

© 2018 David Thiessen


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    • david tee profile imageAUTHOR

      David Thiessen 

      2 years ago from Philippines

      There is a pattern if you connect the dots properly

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      Liz Westwood 

      2 years ago from UK

      This article gives plenty of food for thought. I had not seen these ruins linked in this way before.


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