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Sacsayhuaman, made by man! Or not? In my opinion, by ancient aliens! During my first trip to Cusco, a symbol of Andean culture, I visited the imposing stone structure called Sacsayhuamán, located at 3555 meters above sea level. In my opinion, Sacsayhuamán (from the saxawara waman, a place where the hawk is filled) is the most mysterious place in the entire American continent. Indeed, when the conquistadores, part of the Pizarro army, came to Cuzco in 1533, they were astonished in front of that immense megalithic monument, of the cyclopean walls and of the heaviest.Sacsayhuamán

Sacsayhuaman, made by man! Or not? In my opinion, by ancient aliens!

The Spaniards wondered how it was possible for indigenous Incas who disregarded the use of pulleys, underutilized the wheel and did not know the iron, carried heavy boulders up to 200 tons, smashed them so they could perfectly fit one on the ” Other and lift them to sit them one on the other. The Spaniards also wondered why the indigenous people, who were “archaic” for them, would build such a monument, spending enormous resources of time and energy. These 477-year-old questions are still current. No scholar has provided sufficient and exhaustive evidence of how Sacsayhuamán was built and above all what function it was. Nobody really knows when it was built, although lately, the official archeology has indicated that indigenous people of Killke culture would have built the imposing structure in 1100 AD. In recent years I’ve been interviewed by various archaeologists, both Peruvians and Brazilians, and I have the perception that no one really wants to deal with the Sacsayhuamán topic. Because? The much-flattered dating method called carbon 14 works only in the presence of organic material, but can not date the period in which a monument was built. For example, the Killke culture data provided by a team of archaeologists in 2008 is in contrast to classic ethnohistorical information, which indicated the Incas as the builders of Sacsayhuamán from 1438 BC during the reign of Pachacutec.Pachacutec

Sacsayhuaman, made by man! Or not? In my opinion, by ancient aliens!

The fact is that, in my opinion, it is not possible to date a stone monument just because there are ceramic remains (or coal) in its foundations. By following this logic perhaps in 10 years another ceramic will be found in a deeper soil layer that is pertinent to a Killke proto-culture perhaps datable to 900 dC. This will result in the construction of the stone structure at 900 dC. The monument, which has been pointed out by some as the representation of the head of a puma, by others as a fortress in defense of Cuzco and the others as a ceremonial center, is composed of three zigzag walls long about 400 meters high 6 meters. It is estimated that some stones weigh up to 200 tons, while the total volume of the three walls is 6,000 cubic meters. In the south-facing area of the walls, there are the bases of those probably three turrets: Muyucmarca, Sallacmarca and Paucarmarca. While the first circular base has the last two have a rectangular base.Muyucmarca, Sallacmarca and Paucarmarca

Sacsayhuaman, made by man! Or not? In my opinion, by ancient aliens!

The Muyucmarca was about 12 meters high and had a base with a diameter of 22 meters. In his Royal Commentaries, the Inca Garcilaso de la Vega describes Muyucmarca as a tower that served as a water reservoir and was connected to the other two by underground tunnels. It is reported that in the Battle of Sacsayhuamán, which occurred in 1536, the Inca Cahuide was thrown into the void by the Muyucmarca, so as not to deliver to the Spaniards. Of the origin of Sacsayhuamán, dozens of books have been written, and the strangest theories have been advanced to explain how the construction was made, still wrapped up in the mystery. Walking through the streets of Cuzco, there are several books of mystic relatives, each of whom wails to know the key to how the most mysterious archaeological site in America was built. According to some Sacsayhuamán, which was originally much more extensive, as the Spaniards used many boulders to build their dwellings and churches in Cuzco, it was a megalithic city that reproduced exactly the capital of the ancient reign of Atlantis, disappeared after immense earthquakes And floods.

Sacsayhuaman, made by man! Or not? In my opinion, by ancient aliens!

In fact, it is odd that the stones are perfectly sewn together so that even the knife of a knife can not pass through. How was it possible to build something so perfect without the modern tools of construction and cutting, or the driving force, which appeared only in the nineteenth century? First of all, we must consider the problem of transporting such large boulders. According to some researchers, heavier stones (of Andesite) were already on the Sacsayhuamán site, but if so, one must always explain how they were raised to be placed and taken over one of the other. If instead of caves located in distant places from Sacsayhuamn, how were the boulders carried? Not having wagons or animal animals like oxen or horses, it is thought that the heaviest boulders could have been rolled over thick tree trunks with thick ropes, as seen in the picture, which refers to the displacement of a Megalithic in the Indonesian island of Nias, Indonesia, in 1915.Megalithic in the Indonesian island of Nias, Indonesia, in 1915.

Sacsayhuaman, made by man! Or not? In my opinion, by ancient aliens!

Once the boulders were grouped together in the place where the structure was to be constructed, the boulders beveled to bury them with each other. We must think that time was considered by the ancients in a different way from how we perceive it now. Working a boulder for months or years was a normal thing, time was seen not as a limit but as an opportunity. To make a boulder fit perfectly with one another, the ancient builders must have used the hardest stone gems of the indoctrination so as to sift the top of each boulder and make it fit with another. There is also the theory of a plant that, mixed with other natural substances, would make the stone easily malleable, as was the pong, used by children to play. According to some researchers, the ancient inhabitants of the plateau were in possession of some alchemy techniques that allowed them to model the rock at will to make it hard again. According to a recurring legend at Cuzco, Father Jorge Lira demonstrated in the last years of the 20th century that the technique for making malleable stones was real and based on the use of a plant called jotcha. However, it seems that the priest could not harden the mass again. In any case, his experiments were never supported by scientific controproversies and the whole story was always hidden in a mystery mist. Although it is acknowledged that Sacsayhuamán’s ancient riders were able to work the boulders so that they would pay them off each other, it always remains the riddle of how they managed to lift them so that they could settle on one another.blocks-of-sasqwayman

Sacsayhuaman, made by man! Or not? In my opinion, by ancient aliens!

According to the official theory, an oblique wooden base was placed between the ground and the boulder used as a foundation. Then the perpendicular trunks where a wooden base slid in which there were other perpendicular trunks. Only over the latter was dragged the boulder to settle above the lower one. The operation was carried out either by dragging or pushing and to ensure that the boulder did not slip backward, and unloaded the posts between the perpendicular trunks to lock it in a given position. According to some researchers, cavities that have been found in some sandstone were used to insert trunks so as to prostrate the boulder before placing it definitively above one another. According to my Peruvian friend, there could have been another possibility: once placed in the row the larger stones, the foundations of the structure, were dug below them so as to make them slip down for a depth of exactly the same To their height. Then simply dragged other relatively lighter boulders, above the heaviest, heavier boulders. Then he proceeded to lower and smooth the ground level of the whole area so that he did not see the trench, initially excavated. Even if one day you can explain exhaustively how Sacsayhuaman was built, there will always be a question of why and when it was erected. As already anticipated, for some it was a fortress, while for others it was a ceremonial center. In fact, it is difficult for us to understand the reasons for such a complex construction that certainly required many decades to complete. It must be remembered, however, that megalithic construction are hundreds in the world, and the ancients followed the logic for us complicated, responding to rites and ceremonies that are now completely incomprehensible. Having compared many archaeological sites in South America I came to the conclusion that Sacsayhuamán was built long before Cuzco. In my opinion, the megalithic structure was the center of a citadel extending far beyond the limits of the current archaeological park. In my opinion, the authors of Sacsayhuamán belonged to the so-called American megalithic civilization, which developed in South America shortly after the universal flood, beginning in the ninth millennium before Christ. Only with further excavation work, with the study compared with other megalithic sites of the Andean plateau (Tiwanaku and Pukara), and the exhaustive exploration of the enigmatic underground galleries that Sacsayhuamán brings to Cuzco and to unknown places, one can try to unveil In the future the mystery of this fascinating place that has entered my heart, and that I consider the very symbol of ancient American megalithic civilization. But I am also firmly convinced that besides being a timeless mystery, it is also a historical revelation of ancient human cultures and NOT! I am convinced that the covers cremated on the rocks were clutches of giant or divine races, as they could move huge boulders like these.

Sacsayhuaman, made by man! Or not? In my opinion, by ancient aliens!

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Sacsayhuaman, made by man! Or not? In my opinion, by ancient aliens!