There's some indications in the story that you posted that the whole thing is bogus.
Originally posted by Shadow88
I am hereby intitiating a global search fo anyone who has information on the whereabouts of the following item.
"The Key of the Gods of the Seven Rays" - Ancient Incan Artifact.
First indication: There's no such group of gods of the Incas. We do have a pretty good catalog of their names and attributes, and there's no such
title or group in the Incan deities:
Its original location is said to have been Peru. Known to the local indians as the City of the Gods. There, on the mountain side, lies the
desecrated remnants of a village/temple. A large rockface contains an alcove. On the face of the alcove is a space where upon the artifact once
Again, you need to do a bit more googling.
The original source for this material appears to be the Crystallinks site. If you read through the material on the original site, they say that the
above information is a lie. They state that the rocks LOOK like city buildings and that while there has been site investigations of the area no city
or village has ever been found in the area. The description of the "doorway" is correct, but there's no way to tell if it's 100 years old, 1,000
years old, or if Jose Luis Delgado Mamani carved it and then announced its discovery.
Legend tells of the time when the Spanish Conquistadors arrived in Peru, and looted gold and precious stones from the Inca tribes - and one
Incan priest of the temple of the seven rays named Aramu Maru fled from his temple with a sacred golden disk known as The Key of the Gods of the Seven
There's your other key that this is bogus -- and the first one you should ALWAYS check: the names of the people in the story. If they're modern
names, do these people really exist (you'd be surprised how many "scientists" in these tales actually do NOT exist.) And if they're ancient
names, are they really from that culture?
"Aramu Maru" doesn't follow the pattern of names from the Incan and South American civilizations. Their names don't end with long vowel sounds,
but tend to end with consonants. In names where there are two paired words, they don't end with the same vowel sound. And while "AMaRu" *IS* an
Incan name, but "ARaMu" isn't.
Always check to see if the name really exists in that culture. If it doesn't, then you should always start to be suspicious.
There's some arguments about who "discovered" the site (Jorge Delgado also claims this.)
In fact, he claims to have "channeled" the name "Aramu Maru" and the story of the priest and that the priest/story are "Lemurian." Delgado's
story makes more sense -- that the "name" is derived from someone "channeling" the name from a mythical land.
He hid in the mountains of Hayu Marca. He eventually came up on the doorway which was being watched by shaman priests.
Second point -- always check the culture.
In fact the Inca priests were NOT shamans (who are not members of an organized religious structures). They're priests.
While obviously there is no way we can drill into the rock, as the site is an ancient archeological site and therefore protected by the
Actually, it's a tourist site, not an archaeological site. But the people aren't going to be happy if you go desecrating their rock and their
tourist attraction. They might go for it if you showed up with producers, camera crews, hired locals to help out and had a film production budget of
several millions to spread around in bribes and so forth.
Delgado leads tours and heads up some sort of Mystic Brotherhood that he's formed around this concept that he channeled.
Now -- I obviously think the whole thing is bogus. I believe it was channelled and I believe that DelGado might even believe the information he came
up with. But I also think that Lemuria never existed and DelGado is simply making a boatload of money on tours and lectures about things that he's
pulling out of his imagination and parading for the tourists and those who are eager to throw money into being Enlightened.
It's their money, and if they enjoy the fantasy that's also okay. But all the signs point to it being a very elaborate figment of someone's
imagination. There's just too much that simply doesn't mesh with the things written of the people of that time and things recorded from the people
who lived back then and live now.