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.
Puma Punku is a large temple complex on the edge of Tiahuanaco. Inca oral and written traditions tell of the site being the location where the father god, Viracocha (god of action, shaper of many worlds and destroyer of many worlds) created Earth and humans.
Their legends explain that Viracocha created humans from the earth on a great rock. He sectioned the rock and sent two giant servants to name the tribes of the world. The pinnacle of the Puma Punku site is the “Gateway of the Sun” that depicts Viracocha coming through a type of star gate. The carving is created from a single 12-ton stone.
Scattered about the site are many monolithic stones that are precisely cut and routed in multiple levels with perfect angles and straight lines. Many of the blocks are cut in perfect interlocking shapes–a feat far beyond a primitive civilization that used stone and bronze hand tools.
The only explanation for this precision work is the use of machine tools similar to the diamond-tipped quarry saws, masonary drills and CNC routers used today and powered by electricity or internal combustion engines. No archeologist or scientist can offer any other explanation for the amazing existence of Puma Punku’s stone work.
The stories of Viracocha and his giant servants must have been primitive interpretations of visitation by highly intelligent aliens that possessed the technology to make the structures present at Puma Punku. The stories of Viracocha’s creation of mankind, and then destroying it with a great flood is consistent with the ancient Sumerian texts account of the Annunaki and even the Judeo-Christian Bible’s Old Testament creation stories and the great flood. How could all of these disparate civilzations develop the same creation and destruction by flood stories unless they were independent accounts of real events that were documented by humans under the direction of ancient aliens who brought the technology for machines, language and genetic invention.
On the shores of Lake Titicaca, the primary water source for the Tiauanaco region, archeologists found a unique stone dish named Fuente Magna. The amazing fact about this artifact is that its covered in proto sumerian writing.
Why is this shocking? Because the two civilzations are divided by almost 5,000 miles, a vast ocean, and lack of technological ability to build vessels capable of crossing the ocean. In addition, the ancient Sumerian language was not used in this pre-columbian civilization.
So, how did it get there, and why was it so highly regarded that is appears on pottery of the time? When Spanish Explorers landed in Bolivia, the inhabitants of the Tiauanaco region thought the gods of Viracocha had returned. Their oral traditions described the gods as having light skin and reddish hair.
The Spanish explorers had lighter skin than the columbians and wore shiny armor and arrived in large ships that had never been known to these people. Did ancient aliens that had lighter skin and reddish hair visit this area and build the monuments present with advanced tools? The evidence points to this as the most likely explanation.
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