posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 10:59 AM
HanslunThe only difficulty with that idea is that there is no evidence of an 'advanced' civilization in Peru 12-15,000 years ago. If
you using Posnansky's guessimate of age then I would suggest you look up how he made that up.
This thread is full of pictures showing massive Inca destruction
In this other thread, in another area, Look at the picture below this quote…
Now unlike Egypt which was able to maintain power and control even between upper and lower Egypt. The area in question does show signs of
massive upheaval. It appears that these ancient people faced a massive cataclysmic destruction of their civilization and the survivors were forced to
begin again. Posnansky thought the Ancient Bolivian Tiahuanacans were flooded out. Hence the amount of drastic destruction of their ancient monuments.
Another interesting pic below here
Notice the huge multi-ton block on the hill behind this now famous statue? We are to believe the Spaniards tore the place apart looking for
Gold and dragged these huge blocks and slabs half way up a hill for no better reason than to simply reposition them in their searches..
Kalasasaya temple (right next to modern Peru) may be built to plan from around 15,000 BC
At present our earth is tilted at an angle to of 23
degrees and 27 minutes, but this angle is not constant. The angle oscillates slowly between 22 degrees and 1 minute miminum to an extreme of 24
degrees and 5 minutes. A complete cycle takes roughly 41,000 years to complete. The alignment of the Kalasasaya temple depicts a tilt of the earth's
axis amounting to 23 degrees, 8 minutes, 48 seconds, which according to astronomers, indicates a date of 15,000 B.C.
The Black Knight Satellite seems to be around 13,000 years old
Not to mention Egypt’s great Pyramid possibly being built around 9200 BC plus as much else indicates. All I’m getting at there does seem to seem
to have been…
A. An ancient advanced civilisation before the last Ice Age
B. Who’s buildings were destroyed by something of massive crushing force
C. So what was the source of destruction? It seems like a war as wide geographical areas were affected, but it though comparable to nuclear war,
probably wasn’t, since these places would only have lost less than half their radioactivity today (since the half-life of Plutonium 239 is 24,100
years, and for uranium 235 it’s even longer at 703.8 million years).
It seem either it was like a meteorite impact, or this ancient civilisation discovered another kind of weapon, one who’s technology I speculate
might have something to do with e.g. this Kotosh Vortex.