Was Nan Madol built using extraterrestrial technology?

Nan Madol is the ruins of a stone city built on 92 artificial islands just off the east coast of the island of Pohnpei, which is part of the Federated States of Micronesia. Nan Madol was the ceremonial and political center of the Saudeleur Dynasty from about 1150–1600 AD. The last Saudeleur rulers were said to be very unpopular, among other things, for practicing a cannibalistic cult.

In the first half of the 17th century, invaders from the island of Kosrae conquered the island and drove out the last of the Saudeleurs. The Kosrae leader Isokelekel founded a new dynasty, but chose the island of Pohnpei as his seat. Nan Madol has been abandoned ever since.

The Nan Madol islets were built of basalt and coral boulders and are estimated to weigh approximately 700,000 tons. Most of the blocks were transported from the far end of the island, about 18 kilometers away, and stacked on top of each other to create artificial islands.

About a quarter of the walled center is a burial area with tombs, places for embalming and dwellings for priests. On the island of Nan Dowas was a fortress that housed the warriors of the Saudeleur rulers’ bodyguards. There was also a prison where enemy chiefs were kept before they were sacrificed. The monarchs themselves resided on the island of Pahn Kadira, where shrines and sacrificial places were also located. On other islands there were sanctuaries, ovens for food preparation, workshops for canoe makers, coconut oil presses and ritual tanks with sea water. The entire complex lacks potable water, which had to be imported from the island of Pohnpei, much like most food. Apparently only coconut trees grew on Nan Madol.
nan madol map
According to oral histories from local people, the huge blocks were transported by air by a giant flying rooster. A large part of the constructed islands is underwater, which may suggest that the construction works were carried out underwater and that special equipment and uniforms for marine builders were needed, or they were built before the Flood…

Nan Madol has been interpreted by some as the remains of one of the “lost continents” of Lemuria or Mu/Kaskara, which may suggest that Nan Madol was built by a highly developed civilization that came to earth many centuries ago…

So the big question for today is:
– Considering that the basalt blocks weighed from 1 ton to several tons, and were transported by air in the 12th century, at a time when humanity did not have appropriate devices for this type of task, who built it?
– Is a flying, huge rooster carrying blocks of over a tonne a flying vehicle of unknown technology?
– Is it possible that Nan Madol is a remnant of the disaster and sinking of the ancient continent of Mu/Kaskara/Lemuria?
– If Nan Madol is the remains of a destroyed continent in the Pacific Ocean, were the builders of this city representatives of an extraterrestrial civilization?

Of course, I leave the interpretation and answers to each individual.

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