You pose an Interesting Theory Athlon.
Peru is a seismically unstable country—both Lima and Cusco have been leveled by earthquakes—and Machu Picchu itself was constructed atop two fault
lines. When an earthquake occurs, the stones in an Inca building are said to “dance;” that is, they bounce through the tremors and then fall back
into place. Without this building method, many of the best known buildings at Machu Picchu would have collapsed long ago.
The rocks have already been through the tremendous strain of earthquakes and natural puzzle pieces were formed by the shaking. Ancients then re-used
the broken pieces fitting them back together to build their masterpieces and whatnot. As a result they appear to have been made naturally stable to
the forces that natures furry can wreak upon them.
The Mars connection will be a hard one to prove. Are you suggesting that this technique was learned on Mars and then transferred here to Earth?
Very Interesting topic. I'm listening. :-)