On the other side of the Incas — the Concrete from the ancient Megaliths and wizard — Puma Punku – a panorama from another world — an Orgy in stone — the Most modern technology of the Millennium Castle with brackets and pieces of the wire — Computer wall — Jump to Abydos — Mail in the British Museum.
The fortress Museum of religious art is located three and a half thousand meters above the Peruvian city of Cusco. Its builders, no doubt, were the Incas, for well-known professionals such a feature of their architecture, how rounded the edges of the quads. It is typical for all of the Inca buildings. At the top of the castle there is a stone circle impressive size. Probably it served as a calendar, although it could be the Foundation of the great tower.
Wall of the Inca Museum of religious art.
If you’ll turn the fortress back, you’ll get a labyrinth, undeservedly called the ruins. This shapeless heap of stones, large and small stones, are the remains of some unknown structure. Initially, the maze took over the quarry, but it was not as We know are some quarries of the Incas, and they look completely different. If you climb up onto the platforms over chasms and grottoes, you will see carved in the rock monster. There is no order, no walls,no stacked monoliths. Walls inclined to each other. The corridors suddenly hit natural rock.
Processed blocks are laid out with intricate mosaics. No missionary-archaeologist will not be able to convince me that it is the very nature magically cut through the rock quadrangular faces and smooth polished surface.
Directly behind the fortress are treated monoliths, which is a mystery. Suddenly you find yourself in front of elaborately carved stone monsters. Nowhere are traces of the binder – cement or lime mortar. The blocks are perfectly fitted to each other. Hardly the Incas with their primitive tools would have been able to do it.
There is one block with a height of eight meters, as if cast in concrete. Looking at him, you would think if the formwork has been removed just a few weeks ago. However, like all other blocks, it consists of granite. Above stretches of natural rock. Along the stone walls are carefully polished to the top level. It is clear that this block was once part of a larger structure.
What structures? We don’t know. With confidence we can say only that someone addressed with rocks as we make cheese. It is also clear that these processed blocks already existed, when the Spanish conquerors reached the Peruvian highlands.
Apparently, unknown Almighty has the technical means to cut as much as rocks. And only later, much later, the Incas used a maze of rock boulders processed in the sanctuaries where they worshipped their gods, who appeared from space. The Inca ruler was worshiped as the “son of the Sun”. He considered himself as a descendant of those dark creatures that once visited the Earth and taught the people.
Of course, the conquistadors also with amazement and looked at this amazing maze of rocks. From the Incas they found out that he existed long before them. Today it is not possible to unravel the mystery of hundreds of cut blocks. However, it is easy to imagine that here once was the residence of the gods – what we would today call a “base.”
There is another such mysterious place that has signs of use even more impressive technology. Puma Punku is located at an altitude of over four thousand meters near lake Titicaca in modern Bolivia. A few climbed to the sky the height of the tourists almost no time to see in Puma Punku, because they immediately removed in the nearby of Tiahuanaco, with its famous Sun Gate. These gates are three metres high and four metres in width consist of a single monolithic block. In the Central part depicts God surrounded by forty-eight very peculiar shapes.
The late Professor Schindler-Bellamy, donated many years of his life, came to the conclusion that these figures represent the lunar-terrestrial calendar cycle, no less, twenty-one thousand years. Others have seen in the figures the image of some strange technology.