posted on Jul, 11 2008 @ 02:48 PM
reply to post by WickedStar
The word MASMA was coined by Daniel Ruzo ,the peruvian and researcher which team with Pedro Astete,a symbologists, to found a name for a different
culture of the incas who carve complete mountains and hills shaping it with the forms of sculptoric gods,supernatural and natural elements and
archetypes,leaving cryptic messages as part of a post deluge legacy to our present mankind.
A research the Masma Culture for almost 30 years,and in times of Astete and Ruzo was a terminology needed instead to use terms as "atlantean or
lemurians".The term Masma,never was accepted by the official ethnography or anthropology,but synchronistically coincide with a town in the Jauja's
province,also in tne central valley of the peruvian andes.
Also the researchers talk about the masmudas,as part of the Mauritania's regions of north Africa,were existed a large tradition of lost tribes coming
from a sunken island beyond the Hercules's pilars,of atlantean influence.
The best example of the Masma Culture is the platteau of Markawasi,Peru,and the word masma is applied to a monumental type of carving using
preexistent natural hills or limestone rocks.