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Aliens? Lasers? Water? How Did the Al Naslaa Rock Split Form?

Many different natural views can frighten a traveler all over the world. One is the Al Naslaa Rock Formation in Saudi Arabia’s Tayma Oasis. The rock is 25 feet in width and 30 feet tall. Conspiracy theorists are excited by discovering this enormous rock with a perfectly straight crack through the center and are trying to find out how it happened.



The 4,000-year-old Al Naslaa Rock Formation has a Mystery Laser-like Cut through its Center.
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The Al Naslaa rock formation is a vast geological event, but no one knows where it came from. Al Naslaa is a pair of twin sandstone rocks balanced on top of naturally occurring pedestals in Saudi Arabia’s Tayma Oasis, the country’s oldest human settlement. The distance between the rocks is so precise and perfect that it appears to have been sculpted by a laser beam.




The 4,000-year-old geological structure is divided down the middle for reasons that scientists do not fully understand. Still, the side-by-side stones, each 20 feet (6 meters) tall, also hold the allure of ancient petroglyphs that are visible.

One of the most famous glyphs carved into the sandstone depicts a figure riding a horse that resembles an Arabian, one of the oldest horse breeds currently in existence. Long before human hands created Al Naslaa, the Arabian horse breed may be traced back to Saudi Arabia in the seventh century. Saudi Arabia is where the Arabian horse breed first emerged.

The two incredibly hefty sides of the structure appear to balance on little more than thin bits of rock.
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Water, ancient gods, aliens, lasers, or something else?

“Given that past civilizations created Stone Henge and the sculptures on Easter Island with the most basic of tools, it doesn’t seem out of the question that it could be man-made.”



Professor Tim Reston, a geologist, and geophysicist from the University of Birmingham, also provided his thoughts on the unusual formation. He surmises that the split is likely a joint, a pressure release and expansion fissure that developed in the granite when its surface was more continuous.

In addition to its size, location, and age, Al Naslaa is interesting for the precise split that separates one side of the formation from the other. The sandstone’s foundation appears to have a regular fracture, but the break is so clean and straight that it looks like a laser was used to slice the rock.




In addition, it appears that the two incredibly heavy sides of the structure are suspended in midair by nothing more than thin pieces of rock.

The boulder most likely split due to a slight movement in the ground beneath one of the two supports. It was probably created by the crystallization of a volcanic dike made of a weaker material before everything was uncovered.



A pressure crack from the past could be the cause. Even though it has existed for over 4,000 years, no one is entirely sure how it started.

Is Al-Nasslaa proof that the ancients had sophisticated technology?

Whatever the reason for the split, it’s likely that the incredibly smooth edges were once jagged and then polished by countless years of sandblasting. The most creative artist of all may be discovered in nature.

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