Exploring Megalithic Ollantaytambo Peru With Experts From Egypt
Ollantaytambo is one of the largest of ancient sites in Peru, and has been attributed to have been completely built by the Inca culture somewhere between 1100 and 1500 AD. Though the Inca were remarkable at agricultural terracing works, such as that seen above, certain megalithic aspects were beyond their technical capabilities.
In the above photo, Stephen Mehler of the Khemit School of Giza in Egypt, who is well acquainted with the megalithic works of that area inspects a large granite stone which has been shaped with amazing precision. The question is, what tools were used to achieve this? By whom? And when?
Mehler, along with our multi-national group in September of 2014 climbed the huge Inca staircase, composed of in some cases of recycled granite stones in order to inspect the megalithic aspects of this site at the so called Temple of the Sun.
The polygonal wall seen in the photo above was far beyond the capabilities of the Inca with their bronze age technology, and thus must have been created prior to their existence. The huge blocks and tight joinery could easily have allowed this wall to have been in its present position for thousands of years.
Yousef Awyan, and his wife Patricia of the Khemit School were also in attendance. In this photo Yousef poses in a megalithic granite doorway, above which we can see Inca period repairs.
And here Yousef is looking at an example of masterful ancient joinery work. The fit between the huge stone above and those below are so tight that you can not fit a human hair between the stones. Hardly the work of a bronze age culture.
The remains of the Sun Temple's main back wall are of course impressive for the size of the stones, and also the joinery involved. However, also take into account that these rocks were not quarried on site, but come from across the Sacred Valley and half way up a mountain. How was the transport achieved?
The photo above shows you clearly that the megalithic works were discovered by, and transformed by the Inca. Stephen Mehler is seen standing at a spot where megalithic works were realigned by the Inca, and due to their inability to create tight joints, they filled in the spaces with rubble.
Again, the Inca were masters of creating massive agricultural systems and water systems to feed them, and in general built their works in areas such as Ollantaytambo where an earlier culture who had Lost Ancient High technology had previously been. Most tour guides and archaeologists are either unaware of the points made above in this post, or choose to ignore the obvious evidence.
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On the Giza Plateau and below the stone causeway of the so called Khafre’s pyramid complex lies an unusual tomb structure. It’s known today as the Tomb of Osiris or, more commonly, the Osiris Shaft. The latter was named by Zahi Hawass, former secretary general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities. The existence of the shaft tomb has been known for many years, but it was only until relatively recently that it was properly excavated and reported... continue reading
The Kingdom of Aksum or Axum, also known as the Aksumite Empire, was a trading nation in the area of Eritrea and northern Ethiopia , which existed from approximately 100 to 940 AD. It grew from the proto-Aksumite Iron Age period c. 4th century BC to achieve prominence by the 1st century AD, and was a major player in the commerce between the Roman Empire and Ancient India.
The Axumites erected a number of large stelae, which served a religious purpose in ... continue reading
In a mountainous region in the heart of Ethiopia, some 645 km from Addis Ababa, eleven “medieval” monolithic churches were carved out of rock. Their building is attributed to King Lalibela who set out to construct in the 12th century a ‘New Jerusalem’, after Muslim conquests halted Christian pilgrimages to the holy Land. Lalibela flourished after the decline of the Aksum Empire.
The churches were not constructed in a traditional way but rat... continue reading
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Established after the Bronze Age collapse and the disintegration of the New Kingdom of Egypt, it was centered at Napata in its early phase. After king Kashta (“the Kushite”) invaded Egypt in the 8th century BC, the Kushite kings ruled as Pharaohs of the Twenty... continue reading
One of the most amazing, and yet least understood ancient structures in Egypt is the Osirion, located at Abydos, behind, below and connected to the Temple of Seti I. When archaeologists like Flinders Petrie and Margaret Murray were working at Abydos in the early 20th century, they discovered the Osirion by accident while excavating Seti’s Temple. The Osirion was completely buried under the sands of time.
The Osirion was originally constructed at a much ... continue reading
In order to move the Inca capital city of Cusco into the 21st century, some of the main streets have been dug up to lay and bury fiber optic cables for internet and telephone/cable service. What was uncovered on Mantas Street, which is one of the oldest in the city, shocked both the workers and residents…
Walls, as seen above which would appear to be of Inca construction, or possibly an earlier culture were discovered under the street, and these we... continue reading
One of the best aspects of studying ancient mysteries is sharing the knowledge with others, whether through my Facebook Page, Youtube Video Channel, Blog Posts, or other Media Outlets. However, direct experience is available for those who want actual “hands on” exposure to these amazing sites, and that is why we offer tours.
In September of 2014 we had the privilege of hosting three experts of megalithic ancient Egypt; Stephen Mehler, Yousef ... continue reading
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What would commonly be referred to as a sarcophagus lid reveals that it was clearly made using Lost Ancient High Technology, because the stone o... continue reading
One of the most mysterious and intriguing rulers of ancient Egypt was that of Akhenaten, who radically changed the whole course of the Egyptian civilization mainly by creating a new capital city called Amarna, Tell El Amarna, or Akhetaten, meaning “Horizon of the Aten.”
Construction started in or around Year 5 of his reign (1346 BC) and was probably completed by Year 9 (1341 BC), although it became the capital city two years earlier. To speed... continue reading
Although the Inca are the well known culture who made Cusco their capital, there are numerous examples of megalithic shaped stones which the Inca can not be said to have created. Their bronze tools would have been useless at creating these surfaces, and thus a much older and technically sophisticated people must have preceded them.
The site called Qenqo is amazing mainly because the entire stone outcrop has been shaped. Some academics believe that this w... continue reading
It was our great pleasure in September 2014 to have three experts of ancient Egypt with us visiting many sites in Peru and Bolivia. Yousef Awyan, Patricia Awyan and Stephen Mehler of the Khemit School based in the Giza area have spent decades studying the dynastic cultures, but more importantly for us the clear evidence in stone of Lost Ancient High Technology that preceded the “pharaohnic” people of Egypt.
After having thoroughly examined T... continue reading