Megalithic Experts Of Egypt Visit Chinchero In Peru
Chinchero, outside of Cusco Peru is best known for its church, built on Inca foundations, and high quality textile craft market. Few visitors ever stray beyond this and into the megalithic marvels which cover the area. Thanks to our ancient stone experts from Egypt, Stephen Mehler, Yousef Awyan and Patricia Awyan we were able to study the incredible pre-Inca works in depth.
First we encountered this massive outcrop and noticed the staircase, on the left, carved into the surface. The erosion indicated that it was most likely thousands of years older than the Inca. But there was much more to discover...
In the center of the massive stone was a natural fissure which had been shaped into a wider opening with a staircase carved into the bedrock. In behind were numerous other stairs and flat surfaces created with technology well beyond the capability of the Inca.
In the far distance we noticed another large boulder, and when we arrived again we saw a staircase carved into it. Why all of this hard work was done, when and how boggled our minds. Most archaeologists simply call features such as this Inca "ceremonial spaces" yet can not explain how the work was done.
On the right hand side of the huge rock are these curious notches; since a small stream runs right underneath them we proposed that they were acoustic in nature, perhaps meant to enhance the sound of the running water. Whoever did this work may have had senses or mental faculties beyond ours.
In the above photo Yousef Awyan is climbing into a recess in the stone. He used vocal toning to see if the carved out area would respond to a particular musical note, which indeed it did. Most of the chambers in the Giza Plateau area and elsewhere in Egypt also seem to have been "tuned" to respond to specific frequencies of sound...
The top surface was a maze of cut out blocks and curves; claims by academics that this was a stone quarry are laughable, as very few useful blocks would have been the result, and what tools could have been used remain a mystery.
Another anomaly was to be found nearby, but it was not the only once. The megalithic area of Chinchero is hundreds of acres in size, but few tourists ever see it, as most tour companies and local guides would be hard pressed to even begin to explain what their guests are looking at.
My book above, describes the megalithic works of Peru and Bolivia in detail, and the one below shows you many similar, and different enigmas in Egypt. Both are available HERE
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We are blessed to be associated with some of the most inciteful experts on the subject of ancient Egypt. In the above photo, from right to left, Stephen Mehler, Yousef Awyan and Patricia Awyan (along with our graphic design friend Hans Messerschmidt) of the Khemit School www.khemitology.com visited us from September 18 to October 2, 2014 in order to compare the ancient works of Egypt with those of Peru and Bolivia.
Above, Yousef, who is not only an Egypt... continue reading
Ollantaytambo is basically the last somewhat intact Inca period town in Peru, and is located at the northern end of the Sacred Valley, near Cusco. This is where most people take the train to visit Machu Pic’chu.
On the northern edge of the town we find the huge ancient complex that is also called Ollantaytambo, the town and archaeological sites being named after an Inca cultural hero called Ollanta who won the hand in marriage of a royal Inca daugh... continue reading
Approximately 45 minutes drive south of the Inca capital of Cusco in Peru, heading towards Lake Titicaca one encounters the large and ancient archaeological site shown above, commonly called the Sun Gate, or Inti Punku in the Inca language known as Runa Simi. The modern highway is in fact built on top of the Inca road system, which in fact predates that culture.
The gate in fact has 2 openings; one corresponding to entering the border of the city, and th... continue reading
Recent digging in the ancient core of the city of Cusco, to lay fiber optic telecommunication cables has resulted in some very interesting archaeological finds.
In the above photo, at the top center you can see an Inca wall made up of local stones various sizes. Perhaps more intriguing are the carefully shaped cube blocks on the center right.
The back area of the photo shows typical Inca construction techniques, yet on the right a completely different a... continue reading
The Paracas History Museum was very proud to host members of the Al Khalifa family of Bahrain who expressed not only a great interest in the elongated skulls, but also the pre-Colombian history of Peru in general.
Shaika Haya Al Khalifa, in the center, is not only a famed archaeologist, but was also responsible for setting up the national museum system in the Gulf country of Bahrain. Sr. Juan, on the right, and director of the Paracas History Museum was ... continue reading
As the photo above shows, most people, and an overwhelming number of biologists and other academics simply scoff at the idea that human like, but not actually human life forms called Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Yeti, Yowi etc. actually exist in present day in different parts of the planet.
In western Canada, numerous sightings of this non human presence have been, and are being made. Described as a bi-pedal mammal of exceptional size (supposedly sometimes reach... continue reading
Machu Pic’chu, the famous “lost city” of the Inca is known around the world, mainly for its beauty and the fact that gold hungry Spanish conquistadors never found it during their ruthless campaign to crush the Inca civilization in the 16th century. However, very few people know about her sister city, known as Choquequirao…
Although not physically located far from Machu Pic’chu, Choquequirao (Cradle Of Gold, and not its origi... continue reading
When one thinks of Peru prior to the arrival of the first Europeans, as in the Spanish conquistadors in 1532, you tend to think of the resident population as all being what we tend to call Native American, as in an exclusively black haired, brown skinned and brown eyed people whose ancestors crossed the Bering Land Bridge several thousands of years before.
So what could account for Pedro Pizzaro’s quote above as witnessing the presence of peo... continue reading
MYSTERY OF THE ELONGATED SKULLS OF PERU AND BOLIVIA 2015 TOUR
Mystery Of The Elongated Skulls
Tour Of Peru And Bolivia
May 4 To 13 2015
This will be the first tour of its kind; a thorough examination of where and when the elongated skull people lived in Peru and Bolivia. We will visit Paracas, the epicenter of this phenomenon of 2000 plus years ago, as well as seeing that Inca themselves may have had elongated heads, or were at least descended from those... continue reading
Although not as famous as its counterpart in the Atlantic Ocean, as in “Atlantis” much has been written and speculated about a continent in the Pacific that usually goes by the name Lemuria or Mu, which supposedly sunk below the waves several thousand years ago.
Probably the most famous and prolific writer on the subject was James Churchward, who penned several books on the subject. The first writer to discuss the topic of Mu or Lemuria was A... continue reading
This, presumably, is what you think of as a sarcophagus; a coffin created out of wood by dynastic Egyptians for the nobility of that culture. The Oxford dictionary defines the word this way “A stone coffin, typically adorned with a sculpture or inscription and associated with the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Rome, and Greece. Late Middle English: via Latin from Greek sarkophagos ‘flesh-consuming’, from sarx, sark- ‘flesh’ ... continue reading