Megalithic structures – erected before the Flood
“These three walls [Saccoman, Peru] built as
so many gems in them, and so they are huge”.
“Huge monoliths [Tiahuanaco, Peru] were created
with the help of magic, so all these buildings were not
the work of human hands, and are a creation of the devil.”
Spanish historian and poet Garcilaso de La VEGA (1503-1536)
Megalithic structures in South and Central America
And Pumapunku Kalasasaya (Tiwanaku)
One of the most famous megalithic structures are two groups of ruins in the vicinity of the village of Tiahuanaco in Bolivia, located at 4 km height 20 km from the lake. Titicaca – Kalasasaya and Pumapunku. In the old days they wrote these cyclopean structures. So, the exterior walls of the great Sun temple of Kalasasaya surrounded the territory in 1500 x 130 m. the Ground lying next to him the akapana pyramid has dimensions of approximately 220 x 200 m. The thickness of the walls of some buildings, built of giant stone blocks of ANDESITES, diorites and sandstones weighing up to 120 tons, exceeded 3 m.
To the greatest extent has the group Pumapunku ruins, located 300 m from the village of Tiahuanaco. Here is an area of several hectares there are huge stone slabs, some of them weigh up to 500 tons. They are made of andesite and diorite, which is mined in the mountains, located 17 km from the location of the ruins.
Building blocks Pumapunku and Kalasaya have not only great weight, but also an excellent handling, which is not peculiar to the modern technology of stone dressing. According to the materials set forth on websitee “Living Ethics in Germany”. andesite and diorite were processed by the ancient builders like clay I. might even be melted and poured into molds.
In the ancient quarries there are no traces of holes or crushing – visible only smooth niches, as if someone giant knife had cut the blocks of clay rocks. The building blocks themselves have irregular, sometimes very sophisticated, form. However, they are so tightly fitted to each other that the distance between them is practically zero.
Studying the ruins of Tiahuanaco for over forty years the largest pre-Inca connoisseur of antiquities Professor Arthur poznansky from Bolivia and the German cosmologist Edmund kiss had established that these magnificent buildings of stone were constructed 14-17 thousand years ago, when, in the opinion of most scientists, the Earth was the Paleolithic or stone age. They, and then G. Bellamy, showed that the stone calendar on the gate of the temple of the Sun Kalasasaya is responsible time, when a year was 290 days, and the length of the month and day were respectively 24 days and 30 hours…
The calculations and conclusions of A. poznansky and E. Kissa checked Professor Arnold Collecter (University of Bonn), Dr. Rolf müller (Potsdam astronomical Observatory) and a number of other scientists. They all confirmed that the Kalasasaya was built on the basis of accurate observation of a starry sky and has an age of about 17,000 years.
But that’s not all. According to legends of Indians living near the ruins of Tiahuanaco, the great city was built before the terrible disaster. named Chamak-Pacha or. There, where now stretches Credhandle plateau, before splashing sea rich in fish, and the climate was tropical. Perhaps this circumstance, as well as depicted on the calendar of Kalasasaya not found here in the historical era flying fish and extinct in the Pliocene allowed Caxton G. Bellamy to hypothesize that Tiahuanaco was built not 14-17 thousand years ago, and at least an order of magnitude earlier. Most likely, at the end of the Pliocene, i.e. about 2 million. years ago.
Tiahuanaco is the only place in South America, where the ruins of megalithic structures. They compose the remains of giant walls, the lower level of the ancient buildings and terraces in Saccomani, Cuzco, Ollantaytambo, Machu Picchu, the Tambo Maca (Peru). The two rst A. Poznań defined within the same 14-17 thousand years. Similar ruins are known in dozens of other areas of Bolivia, Peru, Colombia and Mexico near the villages of Taraka, Lakipia, Copacabana, Llactapata, Winaywayna and others. However, they are studied much worse.