Ancient aliens, the Mystery of Puma punku

puma punku buildings

No discussion of ancient aliens can leave out the ruins of the ancient city Puma Punku, 13000 feet up in the Bolivian mountains. Initially thought to be 2000 years old, in some archaeological circles anyway, now thought to be at least 12,000 years older than that.

Local myths describe how it was created by sky gods in one day, and then destroyed it when they left. Inca myths have stories of a sky god Viracocha, with his giant servants, coming though the famous “gateway of the sun” on this site. They are supposed to have created mankind and then destroyed it with a great flood (sounds familiar!).  Could these Gods have been ancient aliens?

The fragments of the city that do remain are themselves a mystery, which give us some clues. They include precision-cut granite stones, including some weighing over 10-tons, which are laid accurately in place to tolerances almost impossible to achieve today. There is no worldly reasonable explanation of how this was done considering the primitive culture, limited tools and absence of trees to assist with construction and roller-delivery systems. Machine tools or other advanced technology would have had to be involved.

So, this construction would involve either ancient technology that we have lost, or alien technology out of this world. Myths say that the big blocks were just floated into place (As allegedly in ancient Egypt or even Stonehenge). Could this have been done using anti gravity technology? This involves balancing the force of gravity with some other force, such as electromagnetism, or using sound waves (acoustic levitation) to do the same thing? It could not have been done by primitive man.

 

Aspects of reality

The historical narrative of our civilisation that we have been taught is almost certainly not the whole story.

Aliens and alien technology are documented in many historical writings.

Just another story of how we have been visited and interfered with, or helped, over the ages by “other worldly” beings.

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