A very good introduction to the cart ruts sites on Malta, Gozo and around the world has been created by the Modern Explorers.
This free 13 minute youtube video explores the history and physical phenomena of the cart tracks in a very balanced fashion. Mentioning the mainstream or accepted options of what, why, when, who created these supposedly man made ancient road ways always found in limestone rock.
Cart ruts mysteries explored
They also suggest some of the alternative theories of these possible vehicle tracks including some ideas about the Malta ‘temples’ or megalithic structures (their video on Malta and Gozo’s megalithic features)including electromagnetic theories similar to electroculture/magnetoculture.
The worldwide and Malta cart ruts have been waiting for a film like this, so if you have any interest in ancient mysteries and puzzles then this very short documentary called Cart Ruts Explored is for you.
Clapham Junction Malta is the most famous and largest collection of Malta’s Cart Ruts. It can be split into a few sections, which makes it easier to understand what is where and anything puzzling in each part of the site. We have split them into the East, South and the main one investigated here is the West site. Continue reading “Clapham Junction Malta – Main field”
Dwejra Cart Ruts on the Maltese island of Gozo are located near the impressive natural features of the Azure Window, the breathtaking Inland Sea (crater?) found beneath the San Lawrenz village. Continue reading “Dwejra Cart Ruts, Gozo”
Misrah Ghar il-Kbir Malta (Ghar il-Kbir is Maltese for the Great Cave) is part of Malta’s Clapham Junction Cart Ruts site, which is the most famous site on Malta and in the world for the very mysterious and puzzling Cart Tracks.
Syracuse Sicily is home to the Greek amphitheater or Great Theater of Syracuse has a number of Cart Ruts that appear to have been made by Greek or Roman Chariots coming to watch the entertainment. Continue reading “Syracuse Sicily Cart Ruts”
Ghar Zerriegha Malta cart ruts are perhaps in the most atmospheric location of the Maltese Cart Tracks, they also have with lots of mystery and perhaps the only physical evidence on the whole island of Malta and Gozo that the Cart Ruts are man made.