Research Trip to the Ancient Land of Andean Mountains.
Part 1. Overview
There is no place in the world where so many evidences of antediluvian civilization were presented in one country than in Peru. Monumental stone and natural rock formations influenced by men in unusual and illogical manner for any mysterious reason or purpose. Colossal cyclopean walls from the polished stones put on each other without connected materials and modern machinery techniques. Unbelievable constructions form super polished blocks with marks of secret machinery influence and many other unusual things which are not under average understanding of human beings. And all of this in Peru!
The founder of world-pyramids with web manager of this project spent in Peru and Bolivia two weeks and found undoubtful and unquestionable evidences of a developed ancient civilization(s) in Peru. Some of the places were described by many independent researchers for last decades and a lot of pictures of famous ruins were made in Peru by photographs and tourists. But on these pages you can see the most relevant and most fascinate pictures of the ruins of the ancient pre-historic civilizations and their marks.
Research Trip to the Ancient Land of Andean Mountains
October 27 – November 11, 2013
Isla Del Sol (Titicaca Lake)
Tiwanaku (and Puma Punku)
Chavin de Huantar
Founder of World Pyramids Maxim Yakovenko
Evidences of the Great Flood
There is a theory that Andean mountains raised up around 15 000 years old or even 12 000 after a tectonic cataclysm. Geologists from the University of Rochester in 2006-2008 researched rocks formations in Andean and after laboratory analysis they claimed that “mountain ranges rise much more rapidly than geologists expected” . Before this research it was expected for dozens of millions of years for Andean formations, but geologists of the University of Rochester argued that mountains formed for 2-3 millions of years. They also said that the tectonic theory may need revision in light of new study in science. The research is continuing and I do hope that they will find evidences that this process was much more rapidly that millions of years.
The fast tragic Andean rising could made a mega tsunami or the great flood that was described in Holy Bible and in many other religious books, legend and myth books and poems of all nations of this world everywhere in the Earth. When the first Spanish chronicler Pedro Cieza de Leon came to Peru in 1540s the Incan Empire had been just conquered. He was the first who made the records asking Incas about their past and even about the times before Incas. That is why Pedro Cieza de Leon was named Prince of the Chronicles.
In Chapter 1 Pedro de Leon recorded:
In ancient time a long time before there were Incas the lands of Peru were heavily populated… And before the Incas a great flood came upon this land which rose up to the highest mountain tops and eradicated everything that lived in that land… People of the highlights and of the coast all talked to me about this flood and they all agreed that everyone perished.
The evidences of this flood were found in several places. Ollaytamtambo and Tiwanaku with Puma Punku have the same scenario where huge stone blocks in weight of 200 and 300 tons moved away in chaos like moved by flood stream power.
Different techniques and culture of construction
In every archaeological site we found several different cultures and techniques of constructions of the buildings and walls. Everywhere two absolutely different stone hewing from the polished stone blocks with straight edges and polished surface on the bottom of the construction to small rock debris with sharp and chipped edges on the top. Or the walls built from polished blocks and near walls built from debris stones and all of these referred by archaeologists and historians to one time of Incan culture that is quite strange. The ideal blocks were laid on each other without connecting materials while debris stones were connected by primitive concrete from clay and manure.
Mountain Ranges Rise Much More Rapidly than Geologists Expected
The Kindom of the Incas/ Pedro Cieza de Leon. Editorial Piki, Cusco,Peru, 2011. P. 21.