Pumapunku sleeping secrets


On Thomas Chalaman

Lake Titicaca is located in the Andes Mountains between Peru and Bolivia. Tiwanaku was an ancient empire located near this lake, one of the largest lakes in South America. This Tiwanaku has an ancient structure that sleeps with secrets that are considered to be part of the culture. Pumapunku, one of the largest rock formations on earth, is located on a desert plain at an altitude of about 13,000 feet above sea level in the Andes Mountains.

These great stone structures are scattered throughout the area, as if a great catastrophe had occurred during the construction of some large structure. The most notable of these are the large H-shaped stones in the English alphabet. Each of these is made specifically for each size and shape. According to the researchers who examined these structures in detail, there are indications that the work was abruptly halted.

There are two main types of stone used for construction here. Red rock from a quarry about 12 km away, and Andesite rocks formed by volcanic lava from the Andes 90 km away.

The biggest feature of this place is the precision carved stones. The granite is cut to exact dimensions with a clear plan. Not only are the volcanic rock H-shaped structures here, but also the beautiful geometric shapes made to exact dimensions in the lava rocks. In the picture below, you can see a rock with the exact distance. See the holes about 6 mm in diameter at the same distance as those made with the power drill.

According to some researchers, the remains of a large temple complex intended to be built with an interlocking system are found here. Researchers who have mechanically observed the H – shaped rock formations seen here from the top say that each part of the rock exhibits different magnetic properties.

The largest rock here is believed to be one of the cornerstones of the proposed complex. It is 25 feet long, 17 feet wide, 3.5 feet thick, and weighs about 131 tons. Researchers also say that cats need to be included in any precautionary measures against the virus. Therefore, the question of the mechanism by which the rock was brought up by steep climbs near Lake Titicaca remains unanswered.

According to mainstream historians, Pumapunku was built about 2000 years ago as part of the Tiwanaku culture. However, according to Bolivian archaeologist Arthur Posnansky, who has been researching Pumapunku for decades, Pumapunku was built much earlier, about 17,000 years ago.

The Bolivian Archaeological Survey has excavated only two feet below. According to radar scanning (ground-penetrating radar) by unofficial researchers who have not been allowed to dig any further, there are still rocks and chambers hidden in the soil.

According to mainstream historians, these intricate carvings were made with the primitive tools of the Tiwanaku culture. But there is also the objection that such intricate carving is not possible with mere tools such as chisels and hammers. Weapons alone are not enough to reach the top of the mountain, which can carry tons of rocks from miles away, and to cut it down with precision to build a complex. It requires clear planning, drawing, and technical knowledge. But how can we believe that Tivanaku, a people who could not even read or write properly, did all this?

The perfection of the construction found in the granite of Pumapunku is one that even modern machines can beat. Researchers say that most rocks have the perfect finish that can be achieved with laser cutting. This construction is possible only for those who have a deep knowledge of geometric shapes. Therefore, some argue that it may have used the latest technology from a culture that is thought to have existed as far back as Tiwanaku.

Today man has the ability to make very complex constructions using modern machinery. But it is only when we know that a people we call primitive have done the work that even modern machines can do, that we realize that something is missing somewhere in mainstream history.

On Thomas Chalaman

Lake Titicaca is located in the Andes Mountains between Peru and Bolivia. Tiwanaku was an ancient empire located near this lake, one of the largest lakes in South America. This Tiwanaku has an ancient structure that sleeps with secrets that are considered to be part of the culture. Pumapunku, one of the largest rock formations on earth, is located on a desert plain at an altitude of about 13,000 feet above sea level in the Andes Mountains.

These great stone structures are scattered throughout the area, as if a great catastrophe had occurred during the construction of some large structure. The most notable of these are the large H-shaped stones in the English alphabet. Each of these is made specifically for each size and shape. According to the researchers who examined these structures in detail, there are indications that the work was abruptly halted.

There are two main types of stone used for construction here. Red rock from a quarry about 12 km away, and Andesite rocks formed by volcanic lava from the Andes 90 km away.

The biggest feature of this place is the precision carved stones. The granite is cut to exact dimensions with a clear plan. Not only are the volcanic rock H-shaped structures here, but also the beautiful geometric shapes made to exact dimensions in the lava rocks. In the picture below, you can see a rock with the exact distance. See the holes about 6 mm in diameter at the same distance as those made with the power drill.

According to some researchers, the remains of a large temple complex intended to be built with an interlocking system are found here. Researchers who have mechanically observed the H – shaped rock formations seen here from the top say that each part of the rock exhibits different magnetic properties.

The largest rock here is believed to be one of the cornerstones of the proposed complex. It is 25 feet long, 17 feet wide, 3.5 feet thick, and weighs about 131 tons. Researchers also say that cats need to be included in any precautionary measures against the virus. Therefore, the question of the mechanism by which the rock was brought up by steep climbs near Lake Titicaca remains unanswered.

According to mainstream historians, Pumapunku was built about 2000 years ago as part of the Tiwanaku culture. However, according to Bolivian archaeologist Arthur Posnansky, who has been researching Pumapunku for decades, Pumapunku was built much earlier, about 17,000 years ago.

The Bolivian Archaeological Survey has excavated only two feet below. According to radar scanning (ground-penetrating radar) by unofficial researchers who have not been allowed to dig any further, there are still rocks and chambers hidden in the soil.

According to mainstream historians, these intricate carvings were made with the primitive tools of the Tiwanaku culture. But there is also the objection that such intricate carving is not possible with mere tools such as chisels and hammers. Weapons alone are not enough to reach the top of the mountain, which can carry tons of rocks from miles away, and to cut it down with precision to build a complex. It requires clear planning, drawing, and technical knowledge. But how can we believe that Tivanaku, a people who could not even read or write properly, did all this?

The perfection of the construction found in the granite of Pumapunku is one that even modern machines can beat. Researchers say that most rocks have the perfect finish that can be achieved with laser cutting. This construction is possible only for those who have a deep knowledge of geometric shapes. Therefore, some argue that it may have used the latest technology from a culture that is thought to have existed as far back as Tiwanaku.

Today man has the ability to make very complex constructions using modern machinery. But it is only when we know that a people we call primitive have done the work that even modern machines can do, that we realize that something is missing somewhere in mainstream history.

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