10 images that prove Puma Punku was built by an extremely advanced ancient Civilization

Nestled in the remains of the ancient city of Tiahuanaco, Bolivia, is the megalithic ruins site called Puma Punku. Archeologists believe the site to be the cradle of civilization in South America–predating the Myans. Evidence found in this region of Boliva suggests the area was a flourishing center for pre-columbian culture and commerce as early as 600 A.D. However, recent discoveries of monolithic structures 15-20 meters under the surface of nearby Lake Titicaca, off the coast of Puerto Acosta, establish that this civilization may date back as much as 12,000 earlier. This calculation comes from archeologist Hugo Boero Rojo, who calculated the depth of the structures found means that this area of Lake Titicaca was above water level at some time in the past. Sedimentry evidence places that time at between 11,700 and 10,800 B.C. This would make Tiahuanaco the oldest civilization known to man. 

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69 thoughts on “10 images that prove Puma Punku was built by an extremely advanced ancient Civilization

  1. Well until we remove all the dirt from around the sit and see all of the stones and where the base of the main structure is at. Then we are not going to understand anything about it. But right now we are trying to figure it out with not even a quarter of what’s where. We need to see it all to be able to figure out what was built and how it got destroyed. And other questions we need to ask is why are all this ancient buildings around the world are so far under the ground. How did so much dirt end up covering them??

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