posted on Aug, 10 2008 @ 11:46 AM
I am not a member of ATS, but read some of the discussions in this forum.
In relation to this topic in Peru, I don't think that there has been any discussion about mysterious "holes" dug on the rock, in regular pattern
and forming a band from Peru's coast (near Pisco Bay, Peru) to the mountain region.
There is little discussion about the origin of this feature. It was originally mention in an olkd (1934?) National Geographic Magazine, as well as
mentioned in Erich von Daniken's book.
One among the only few websites which describe this is
You can check by Google map or google earth by yourself:
The band starts from approx. 13 43'01.21"S 75 52'31.41"W , and
ends at approx. 13 42'18.19"S 75 52'30.32"W
Questions that I raised including
Who dug the holes?
When were they dug them?
For what purpose?
Exact dimensions (spacing, diameter,etc.), patterns, band width and total length (coast to mountain)
Are there any close up photos available?
ATS admin - If this is appropriate, perhaps it can be post as a new topic with title of "Mysterious Band of Holes in Peru" Thanks