"…he showed them practical knowledge and so persuaded them to abound in good works..." ( Iordanes )

The Roentgenograma performed on the extra-pure Dacian iron (1-Fe of 99.97% purity). No traces of cementite are visible which means the iron was not obtained in a reduction with C. Its surface was protected against rust with three layers: magnetite, iron oxid and alumosilicates. (according to research made by ICIDAC, director A. Vartic, at the specialized institutes of The Academy of Science in The Republic of Moldavia, under the academician Sergiu Radutanu. Among the team of researchers were Dr. Constantin Posteuca, Dr. Ion Andronic, Dr. Gh. Kiosse, Dr. Galina Volodin, Dr. Daria Grabco, Dr. N. Malcoci.

The ferromagnetical layers of the extra-pure Dacian iron found on the surface are perpendicular to the ones underneath (research done by Dr.Daria Grabco from the Institute of Applied Physics of The Academy of Sciences, The Republic of Moldavia)

Decebal's Temple at Sarmisegetusa - perfect allignments made of 60 huge andesite plinths having a diameter of over 2m and over 0.6m thick.

Trapezoidal andesite block - the rounding of the stone suggests that it may have been used for a large round edifice.

Dacian andesites with cylindrical mouths and secant.Cutting such mouths needs considerable material and human efforts even for the advanced modern technology.

Dacian pipe, still carrying water, 2000 years old, discovered on the 28th of June, 1998, by Marian Trufas, Ion Stanciu, Horea Balint, Ion, Ruslan si Andrei Vartic on the land of the Bodea family on the Dealul Muncelului. The pipe is protected against leaking with yellow clay, covered by an exceptional soup of metals (seen before at the entrance to the Fortress Sarmisegetusa) (see the spectrograma in this file). Next to it is a Dacian secant, discovered on the same day on a ceramic fragment in the Izvoriste Brook in the neighbourhood of Fetele Albe.

Dacian rain pipes, skillfully cut into calcarous rock, used for the terraces at Sarmisegetusa.

The Dacian topographic algorithm (the Dacian message). Several mountain peaks form huge right triangles, alligned mysteriously at a 30 - degree angle to the geographic North. What is interesting is that the divine triangle Omu-Sona-Racos is alligned according to the same algorithm and has the same inclination of 30 degrees. The first Sumerian buildings were built according to the same algorithm.

Other wonders of the Dacian message. The invisible line connecting Deva-Piatra Rosie-Banita is parallel to the one connecting Uroiu-Blidaru-Jigoru Mare.

The golden triangle Omu-Sona-Racos. Angles of 90, 60 and 30 degrees. The topographic line Omu-Racos is 60 km long and indicates the geographic North. The Sona-Racos line is 30km long. The temple of Sinca Veche is also placed on the Omu-Sona line.

The Trojan of Cioclovina, a monumental wall 2.5 km long,14m wide and over 3m high(acvum) of 3,600 pieces, weighing each 60 carriages of stone and earth. According to the Phoenician and Kadmian algorithm this Trojan reads, in majestic letters/signs as the name of the Dacian god Zalmoxix (see A.Vartic, The Magistrals...)

Dacian calcarous rocks with round inner cuts. Why they were cut like this is still a mystery.

Dacian wall, looking very much like a Chinese wall, belonging to the years of the Dacian - Roman clashes or even to an eariler period. There is no "waste" of walls, and the whole building has two rows of fashioned calcarous rock, brought there from the Magura Calanului quarry (40 km) where to this day hundreds of thousands of such calcarous stones lie about neglected. What human force and what technology (the archaeologists could not find any stone axe in the neighbourhood of the quarries and of the Dacian walls) could carry out such project? The answer is still unknown.

"The cistern found in the neighbourhood of the Blidaru fortress" has a hidden "concrete" wall (ancient mortar and local stone), over 2m thick. The ICIDAC researches proved that this mortar does not contain Ca, still has bactericide and chemical properties (it forms on the surface a green thin layer when mixed with water which the latter cannot penetrate after), is porous, a rea "fulerine".(the phrase belongs to the academician Sergiu Radautanu). The research was carried out by Dr. Vitalie Bologa and Dr. Vitalie Burciu.

The great ellipsoid of Sarmisegetusa, perfectly carved from a big andesite rock. The tourists and the archaeologists turned it into a garbage bin.

The 104 andesites belonging to the exterior circle of the Great Temple - Calendar of Sarmisegetusa still fascinates scientists with its perfect cut which the Dacians, like nowaday's electric axes, cut in two moves..

The arrow of the andesite sun, made up of 16 andesites, indicates exactly the geographic North and the middle of the once oblong temple.

The area between the Costesti-Cetatuia and Blidaru fortresses (several hundreds of meters) is littered by towers made of Cyclopean walls over 2.5m thick. The Faerag plateau is indeed amazing as its terrace is 360m long and oriented to the north - south and has three superb towers built in a mathematical order.

The walls of the Fetele Albe "dava" are a wonderful technological message of the Carpathian Dacian builders.

Huge columns and tambours of Decebal's temple.

The spectrograma of the golden dust, discovered at the gates of the Sarmisegetusa fortress during "archaeological" bulldozer diggings, reveals the fact that only gold is missing from the soup/mixture of metals. The Dacians did not use gold, it seems; this aspect is missing from the historical information existing. This, as well as their writing system have remained a mystery.

Traces of cobalt discovered in the ashes of a Dacian cap found at Valea Bodii and on Dacian bricks.

The spectrometrical evidence of the Dacian mortars' unity, discovered by ICIDAC in several Dacian sites.

The traces of lead proved by the spectrograma demonstrates the unity of some Dacian painted ceramic pieces, discovered for the first time by ICIDAC in the "dava" on the Pades Mountain.

Who built and planned these great temples? How and why were they erected?

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