Category: South America

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Puma Punku: Revolutionary New Way To Date The Stone

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The testing is going to be carried out at Purdue University in the US, coordinated by Dr. David Swenson. A link to the indiegogo campaign, and where you can contribute is here:

Tiwanaku: Evidence Of Ancient Cataclysmic Destruction

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The ancient megalithic site of Tiwanaku in Bolivia, near Lake Titicaca is thought by conventional academics to be 2000 years

Massive Megalithic Mountain In The Jungle Of Bolivia

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Located in the high Bolivian jungle, Samaipata is a unique ancient megalithic site whose creators are as of yet unknown... More about Samaipata here:

Did Ancient Egyptians Have Technology

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There are a series of hieroglyphics in a temple in Egypt which have stirred a lot of curiosity and speculation. Some believe they depict an army tank, a helicopter and other 20th century machines. Others think they ar...

Were Egypt’s Obelisks Ancient Resonance Structures?

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The obelisks of Egypt are thought by most scholars to have been made by the dynastic Egyptians as markers of conquests and accomplishments. While this may be true of the carved messages on them, the obelisks themselve...

Astonishing Hidden Temple Near Cusco

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Click HERE: to join myself, along with David Hatcher Childress and Hugh Newman from 'Ancient Aliens'

Non-Human DNA Found in Elongated Paracas Skulls

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A DNA analysis of elongated Paracas skulls has shown that they may not be human and that they could come from an entirely new species that fits outside of the known evolutionary tree. This belief stems from a test tha...

The Mysterious Ica Stones Of Peru

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The Mysterious “Stones Of The Moon” In Peru

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This is not a place that many foreign visitors ever see, but is very mysterious, as no one really knows who carved the massive hard stone into a precise U shape. Could it be a ritual place for moon ceremonies? Or a su...

Machu Picchu: Your Virtual Guide

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Machu Picchu is of course the most famous archaeological site in South America, but it is far from being completely understood by most academics. Did the Inca build it? Of course. But all of it; doubtful. There are so...

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