Well after pondering for a long time if I should port this here it goes:
This information comes from Myself, as the research of this archeological site is scarce and is embedded in what I think is a huge conspiracy to hid
our real history from us. I beg to read the whole thing before making inane comments or trying to disprove my observation comparing other sites and
or data, in order to "fit this into the model".
the archeological site "la Quemada is in the northern state of Zacatecas in Mexico, in fact Zacatecas is indeed an incredible beautiful city and
receives tons and tons of tourists from all over the world, but the ruins of "la Quemada" are a mere 40 miles away and almost nobody goes there. In
fact I did not know about them and I have been to more that 20 archeological sites in Mexico, and studied a lot about history and pre columbian
After I went there and became amazed at such a site I tried to reseal the place, HOLY COW little did I know that the info was so scarce and few knew
for such a place...
this is the link for our national archeological bureau.
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its only a page and it has no translation (only in Spanish) Google is the same thing... so I entered Google earth since our guide told us there is
140 miles or road on the city plateau, so I wanted to check the image from above... here the PLOT BEGINS...
Here is the image from above:
The here is the Image 300 meter to the northeast and see the resolution:
As you can see the road and its parts are very clear but we move to the archeological site and its all blurred !!! WHY ? You can even see the
road that lead to the site and its all blurred.. WHY ?
What is "la Quemada"???
La quemada means "The burned One", meaning that some of the walls of the city have black marks of fire as if was burned. its a walled city that has
walls that are from 14 to 17 meter high and everything is huge, there is evidence of total destruction and annihilation of the top parts as it sits
on top os a mountain (plateau) that sits around 100 meter high. As far as they told us all the plateau was the city and it was huge here are some
pictures of its grandeur:
Yours truly for scale:
This one is interesting because of the size the inclination and check the size of the STEPS of these walled pyramid like structure. (more on the size
of the steps later)
The view from the first embattlement : (check the arid of the place, no rivers, just desert flora and the scarcity of landmark point)
From the top of the walled city lies a road an another very destroyed wall and settlement that looks like a vintage point of observation (eagles
have nests there)
These are interesting because rocks have this very weird small holes on them and look like they were broken somehow, yet they were part of some
structure but they looked as if they were destroyed on purpose....no righ angles or anything
Look att the size of the place AMAZING also there are pyramids and huge structures that all in all have some proportions that makes them "weird"
for our Biomechanicals. (more about that later) those columns on the top of the pic are 12 feet high !!!
This one is very interesting, you can see the columns and its size, also that they had the typical ball game stadium just like the Mayans, the
large square I think was for water holding but its only a guess, also check the broken stones in the lower part... weird isn't it?
Another view look at the size of the wall !
Pretty big isn't it?
These columns are 12 to 14 feet high perfectly round and the hall they sustained must have been HUGE.
A view upwards from what I think was a water holding tank to the top...
Huge walls too bad Nobody is there the make a good size reference but the tree is like 11 feet high
Pretty darn big wall, the size is very hot in the middle of the desert so getting a heat stroke is quite possible...also walking to the top is quite
This is what lies on the valley...cactus and Nopal plants
Soo basically the place is huge the stairs are a good 45 to 65 centimeters high and they are very steep, so climbing up is strenuous and dangerous.