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Nazca lines, are there any landing tracks? The Nazca Lines are geoglyphs, lines on the ground, the Nazca Desert, an arid plateau that stretches for about eighty kilometers between the towns of Nazca and Palpa in southern Peru. The more than 13,000 lines they form more than 800 designs, including the stylized profiles of common animals in the area.

The more than 13,000 lines they form more than 800 designs, including the stylized profiles of common animals in the area. It is believed that the geoglyphs have been tracked during the flowering of the Nazca civilization, between 300 BC and 500 A.D. by the people who inhabited the area: the Nazca. Although the lines have been sighted more clearly and frequently with the advent of the area scheduled, they are also visible from the surrounding hills, so that from the top of a hill in 1927 Toribio Mejia Xespe identified with the ceremonial paths. In 1939 they were studied by Paul Kosok, an American Archaeologist, who suggested that the entire flat was a center of worship.

Hans Horkheimer in 1947 assumed instead that these tracks were a form of ancestor worship: marked trails that were used as tracks were walking during religious ceremonies. Who gave a decisive contribution to the study of the Nazca lines was the German archaeologist Maria Reiche.

Maria Reiche, she devoted himself passionately to the study and restoration of geoglyphs and to her we owe the discovery of some who had not been previously documented. The Reiche assumed that the lines had an astronomical significance, identifying the figure of the Monkey with the Great Bear, the Dauphin and the Spider with the constellation of Orion, etc.

The Reiche also stated that the figures were created by real engineers and scientists of the time. The zoologist Tony Morrison believed to have identified the key to explaining the mystery of the Nazca lines: the legendary hero-master Viracocha, also known as Quetzalcoatl and Kontiki, whose return was still awaited at the time of the landing of Cortez. The “Ancient Indians” drew figures because they thought that Viracocha would return, this time coming down from heaven, and designs thus represented the signal.

In my point of view, referring to the figure that I have published in the article, these lines were the runways of the old Spaceships, coming from deepest space, once “they” were like us, they had our technology, our fuels, now everything is different!



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Nazca lines, are there any landing tracks