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Markawasi details the true account of an ancient lost humanity of mysterious origin, whose hidden legacy carved gigantic, towering stone monuments, pointing to a message with predictions for the future.
"In June of 1989, a group of us traveled to Peru and visited a 12,500foot plateau called Marcahuasi. We spent only one night there, but what we saw was so exciting that we decided to go back and make a film of it. The entire plateau seems to be populated with hundreds of figures carved out ot stone, some of them 90 feet tall. Yet this unique spot is relatively unknown to the outside world.
"What little is written about Marcahuasi indicates a certain reluctance on the part of archaeologists to say that the figures are man-made. Indeed, many of them are subtle and not always obvious to the viewer. But that is precisely what contributes to the mystery. There are so many recognizable forms there, that one is tempted to say they must be man-made, or else nature is having a great joke on us.
"There are many other faces on the plateau, as well as animals. Some of the animals depicted never existed on the continent, such as the rhino, lion, camel, and a turtle-like creature."
The remarkable feature of the Marcahuasi case is its relative obscurity (see here). Whereas sites as Machu Picchu and Sacsayhuaman are well-known generally, Maracahuasi certainly is not. From the point of view of the general public, this is more or less understandable, since these images are less obvious than buildings. However, from the view of archaeology, the site of Marcuahuasi is at least as interesting, and probably even more, because it is highly likely that the culture that made the images predates any of the familiar South American ones.
Human life on earth has been made up of five humanities, each humanity lasts 8,608 years and is made up of four sun cycles of 2,125 years each.
We are in the fifth humanity.
Every 8,608 years the earth suffers a catastrophe.
Following the zodiac, humanities have survived catastrophes of earth, fire and water.
There are twenty-two energy vortexes called "cruzes" or crosses, made up of three distinct types of energy.
There are three of the first type which are found in areas of limited access on the plateau, limited to those prepared to be near such powerful energy.
The second type of cross, of which there are seven, are crosses betoken to the days of the week.
There are twelve crosses of the third type which have to do with the phases of the moon.
Each cross has a specific healing power.
The crosses which are easily visible on the plateau have an undeniable energy that can be felt without any special preparation or sensitivity.
Originally posted by daddyroo45
I have visited Ruzo's web site,and watched their video on the carvings.It is to say the least... fantastic! It is a beautiful yet rugged place.The video is well worth watching.
Originally posted by VelvetSplash
Most of these look like natural formations to me.
I fail to see anything that points to human carvings with the possible exception of the very first image in the OP.
I interpret the monuments of Markawasi as incredible simulacra - - that is, in this case, natural objects that in the mind’s eye take the hape of forms of other entities, such as human faces and animals. I believe they were recognized as such even in very remote ancient times. The weathering and erosion of the granodiorite of which the plateau is composed gives rise to rounded anthropomorphic and zoomorphic features that, with a little imagination and insight, can be seen as very convincing sculptural forms. Indeed, the longer one stays on the plateau, and the harder one looks, the more sculptures appear. Just possibly a little retouching on the part a human hand has enhanced some of the natural monuments, but given their heavily eroded condition, I could not be certain.
The Markawasi sculptures are point-of-view manifestations, not typical sculptures in the round. Most can only be seen from a particular angle, and in many cases under particular lighting conditions, be in morning, evening, a solstice sunrise, by the light of a full moon, or under other special conditions.
IOW, natural formations that may or may not have been slightly enhanced by humans.