It's been about 2 years since one of my friends sent me some strange photos showing a disc-shaped stone he took during one expedition in the area of
Miculla, Tacna (Peru). Sadly, I lost the photos forever when my previous PC got damaged.
Recently, the same friend sent me a video and asked me not to share it, other people took part in that video and we don't have their permission to
share it. I'll use the snipping tool to take a photo of the possible relevant information.
Today I decided to make this thread because I found another photo of the disc-shaped stone in Google Earth, believe it or not. Here it is :
I walked this vast area many times, unfortunately never found it, but my lucky friend did it. The stone is there.
Here is the twist. This extense area is covered with beautiful petroglyphs representing animals, hunting scenes, ceremonies with dancers and
musicians, besides other mystical and mysterious figures...really interesting. Between all those carvings, they found one very particular, probably
made by the spaniard conquistadors. You can see in the carving the words "PLUS ULTRA". That is an old spanish motto.
Plus ultra (pronounced: [plus ˈultɾa], Latin for "further beyond"; in Spanish, más allá) is the national motto of Spain. It is adopted from
the personal motto of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor (and King of Spain as Charles I) and is a Latin translation from Plus Oultre, his original motto
in Old French (Charles's native language).
The carving also shows an arrow pointing to one of the higher hills in the area, that happens to be where the disc-shaped stone is located, according
to my friend. Every tiem I see that photo, it looks to me like someone performed a clean cut in the base of an structure (like a pillar?). With that
in mind, read the next block :
The motto was used to encourage Spanish explorers to go beyond the Pillars of Hercules and on to the New World. Today the inscription, along with
the Pillars of Hercules,
Isn't it Interesting? Ever heard about the spanish dollar?
Notice the pillars and the motto on the coin.
The Spanish dollar was the coin upon which the original United States dollar was based,
There were 2 well known spanish expedition who crossed the area. The first one was leaded by Diego de Almagro and the second by Pedro de Valdivia.
Valdivia crossed the lands of Moquegua and Tacna, on his way to what we know as Chile today. It perfectly matches with this investigation.
Maybe I am starting a treasure hunt.
edit on 17-11-2013 by Trueman because: (no reason given)