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UFOTV - Ancient Aliens In Peru and Bolivia

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posted on Mar, 21 2012 @ 08:34 PM
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Just finished watching the HC Ancient Aliens episode on Puma Punku (30+ pages of comments in just a few days!) and did some searching and came across this UFOTV Video hosted by some of the people in the HC:AA episodes. Watching it now, and thus far it is a much more RELAXED tour (1.5 hours) of important sites in Peru & Bolivia.

The HC:AA episodes are fast paced and sometimes overdramatic (The music and fast cuts plays a role)...try this is a relaxed alternative. UFOTV has uploaded several others which I haven't watched yet. So many free UFOTV full length videos online now...check em' out.







Join Researcher David Hatcher Childress and British Engineer Christopher Dunn as they journey to Cuzco in the Andes Mountains to examine evidence for the possible use of advanced rock-machining techniques. Going to ancient cities and megalithic quarries, they again examine saw marks, advanced lifting and moving techniques, as well as evidence of Pre-Incan megalith builders at Machu Picchu and Ollantaytambo. They continue on to Lake Titicaca where they investigate the strange megalithic towers and a "stargate" cut into solid rock. Finally they examine the huge granite megaliths at Tiwanaku and Puma Punku for signs of the use of power tools and other advanced, ancient technology. Blows the lid off South American archeology with evidence of advanced ancient technology thousands of years old.

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posted on Mar, 21 2012 @ 11:02 PM
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Having seen some of these blocks how can you possibly relate the Inca Construction to the magnificent edifices that stand in ruins there?
Archaeologists?? I fail to see where anyone worth a days pay would date the ruins as they have....
Its very obvious squatters moved in on a destroyed civilisation......



posted on Mar, 21 2012 @ 11:38 PM
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You should have done a search as your thread may be canceled since there is another thread on the same subject:
HC's Ancient Aliens last episode "The Mystery of Puma Punku" DEVASTATED the show haters
www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 09:13 AM
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He said it's a more relaxed and thorough version of the facts and discoveries. It's not as if those sites have never been discussed before the HC,AA series or episode came out. Why not just watch the video and see if you can learn more than the HC episode offered?

sheesh *facepalm*

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S and F

Thanks for linking this. I'll watch it.
Have you seen the video documentary "Revelation of the Pyramids" ? It's embedded in this thread from the Ancient and Lost Civilizations forum: www.abovetopsecret.com...

Excellent stuff.



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 01:28 PM
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Yes, I have seen the Revelations of the Pyramids documentary. I left some comments in there already...that was/is the 1st thread I ever posted in.

I didn't want to post this in the existing Puma Punku thread because I thought this would get lost....I'm tiring of the HC:AA format personally. Though I do still enjoy numerous episodes (Some are just too much speculation for me) -- just nice to take a breather.

1/2 way through this documentary...enjoying it. This video is good for both those who have been to Peru/Bolivia or not. I've been to Peru twice -- visiting different places for the most part. 2007 & 2010, each time for 2 weeks or so I think. First time more places in the North - Lambayeque, Trujillo, ChanChan, Chiclayo, Cuzco,Arequipa, and crossing to Brazil overland - but no Macchu Pichu (train tkts sold out and I didn't want to spare a day! I figured I would go back...)

In 2010, finally made it to Macchu Pichu, along with the Nazca Lines, Caral ["oldest" city in the Americas - 5000 years old --> say why does this 5000 years old date keep coming back....
] -- a few hours north of Lima, Islas Balletas (Tons of birds - like a BBC documentary!), Lago Titicaca/Puno and a revisit to Arequipa. Though I didn't make it to Bolivia - not keen on a $135 entry visa.

I mention these travel plans because I wonder how many people on this board have traveled much - or realize how RELATIVELY inexpensive it is to visit Peru and have a wonderful in-person experience.

Although I live in Colombia at the moment, it wouldn't be much more from the USA - a few hundred dollars. Of course if u live elsewhere -- more pricey. I spent ~$1,000-$1,100 including airfare (~$400 on LAN Medellin-Lima-Cuzco, openjaw from Arequipa-Lima-Medellin) for EVERYTHING for 2 solid weeks. Shared most nights with 2 girls I was traveling with in excellent mid-range quality hotel rooms -- though a couple nights I was by myself (They didn't want to go to Puno). Otherwise, high quality hostel rooms. www.hostelworld.com

So 2 weeks on the ground expenses of $600. That includes $45 Macchu PIchu entry, $80-$100 on a Nazca overflight, often luxury bus transportation, Macchu Pichu train ticket, all meals, all tours/tickets...and even a pricey $20-$25 buffet at the fancy restaurant just outside the entrance gate of Macchu Pichu. Really tired after climbing around and Waynu Pichu too...

This documentary brings back memories...and if one has even more time -- they could visit the North which is way undervisited and get even more value from their airline ticket.


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posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 01:33 PM
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Originally posted by stirling
Having seen some of these blocks how can you possibly relate the Inca Construction to the magnificent edifices that stand in ruins there?
Archaeologists?? I fail to see where anyone worth a days pay would date the ruins as they have....
Its very obvious squatters moved in on a destroyed civilisation......


Some folks are afraid to say I DON'T KNOW and make a rush to judgement to support their thesis to satisfy whomever it is directed on. Or conservative view (Or in depending on how one look's at it -- liberal).

Failure of imagination....

And yet, some don't want to consider ideas that may upset their entire world / life view or that of others.

Intellectual laziness...

Afraid to challenge the "authority" of those who have come before...

Enjoying this documentary because it is showing me things I didn't notice/visit in my trips there.



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