Energy Being Architects


So who was building stuff before the Incan people were dominating the culture and geography of the Andes in Peru? When people think of the  megalithic temple structure of Machu Piccu they assume it was built by the Incan civilization. However, the reality is that the Incas actually built on top of megalithic architecture that existed by the time that they arrived. The Incan Empire was officially declared in 1438. The megalithic structures they built on and integrated into their cities, trading centers and places of worship were already thousands of years old. Who the heck were those people?

In the first video below you will see a Peruvian tour guide describe them as energy beings who lived on Earth before our Sun existed. These energy beings existed in a perpetual twilight. When a devastating cataclysm happened, they retreated into complex cave systems in order to survive. When this cosmic catastrophe resulted in a Sun that blazed during daylight hours, the energy beings were only able to come out at twilight and return to their cave dwellings at sunrise. Thus their reign of constructing megalithic civilizations was over. And, as legend goes, they still exist and survive in those cave systems today.

If a curious explorer ventures into a cave, hoping to encounter these beings, they may get an unpleasant surprise. Although they are not evil creatures who mean us harm, our species simply don’t mix well. The result can be paralysis or frightening hallucinations.

Another video depicts Chullpa where burial towers and grain silos line the legendary Incan Road system that stretches 25,000 from the high Andean elevations to the rainforest jungle below. Examples of the differences in the quality of craftsmanship can be seen here. The older, more ancient, mystery stonemasonry results in smooth, straight line enormous stones fitted together with such precision no mortar is required. The stones themselves are volcanic stone that have been crafted smooth. The newer work by Incans seems amateurish with the natural shapes of the stones retained, giving walls and structures a cobblestone appearance. Incan stonework also required masonry because they lacked the skill for precision crafting of the stones as they fit together.

More examples that depict the contrast between the ancient mysterious megalithic architecture paired with Incan architecture is featured in a video on location at Ollantaytambo. The gringa is fascinated and ready for a bit of spelunking. Even if she ends up paralyzed with bizarre hallucinations temporarily!

#1. Mysterious Peruvian cavedwellings of ancient energy beings…

#2. Burial towers & grain silos along the Incan Road in Chullpa, near Cusco…

#3. Ollantaytambo in Peru was built before the Incas…

 

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Image credit: s8int.com

Cusco’s Alpaca Photo Hustlers


When the gringa and her caveman traveled to Cusco, Peru in 2010, we met David and his brother, Wilson. (The gringa is pretty certain these are aliases!) They had quite a photography racket. They usually hung around the Temple of the Sun. We stayed in the hotel directly across the street and our view of the main entrance enabled us to watch these two master hustlers at work. They nailed us the first time we stepped out of the hotel to explore. Their game was to allow their alpacas to just sort of wander around nearby. When someone would take a photo they would hustle over and ask for a few “sols”.  Then, usually the tourist, (ourselves included), would see them in colorful panchos and hats and ask for a picture of them as well. That cost a few more sols. When I took my photo of the whole team together, one of the alpacas decided to take a leak and create a puddle for my camera. I tell ya, the gringa just loved these guys.