The Al Naslaa rock was bisected by a cut line thousands of years ago, exactly like the application of high-tech machinery.
The world has many exotic destinations that attract the curiosity of tourists and researchers. One of them is the Al Naslaa Rock, located in the oasis of Tayma, Saudi Arabia, with the cut considered perfect as using modern laser technology to split the block and mysterious drawings on the surface.
Since the hundreds of tons of rock was discovered in 1883 by Charles Huver, no one has been able to explain the origin of the cut or whether it ever existed and whether it was a natural phenomenon.
Each half of the block is about 7 meters high, standing balanced on a smaller rock below. Many people speculate that this structure causes vibrations from the ground to be eliminated, helping the rock stand for thousands of years.
No one understands the meaning of the mysterious drawings and characters on the surface of the rock. According to archaeologists, the oldest records of the Tayma oasis date back to the 8th century BC. The glyphs and hieroglyphs here can refer to Tayma as part of an important road route linking the Red Sea coast of the Arabian Peninsula and the Nile valley.
The back of the Al Naslaa block is not as flat as the front. It is estimated to be 10,000 years old. There are currently two streams of opinion for the formation of the Al Naslaa rock. Some people think that this is a natural phenomenon, the vibrations in the ground that split the rock in two. Other ideas suggest that this was the work of a lost civilization with a high technical level. Although there is no satisfactory answer, this stone still attracts thousands of visitors to the Tayma region every year.