This question has arisen in the minds of Peruvian Ufologists
recently. I wrote the following brief article a couple of months ago for publishing in the British TruthSeekers Review, and thought that it might arouse the curiosity of some in this newsgroup. I first heard of it while in conversation with a Peruvian UFO researcher. What follows is the compilation of information that was subsequently sent on to me after I spent much time ringing contacts around Lima. A huge mysterious door-like structure has recently been discovered in the Hayu Marca mountain region of Southern Peru. Hayu Marca, 35 kilometers from the city of Puno has long been revered by local Indians as the "City of the Gods", and has never been fully explored because of the rugged mountain terrain. Although no actual city has ever been discovered, many of the rock formations of the region resemble buildings and artificial structures. The door, or the "Puerta de Hayu Marca" ( Gate of the gods/spirits) has been at some time in the distant past carved out of a natural rock face and in all measures exactly seven meters in height by seven meters in width with a smaller alcove in the center at the base, which measures in at just under two meters in height.
Jose Luis Delgado Mamani stumbled across the structure while trekking through the surrounding foothills trying to familiarize himself with the area as his job is as a guide for mountaineering tourists. "When I saw the structure for the first time, I almost passed out..." said Mamani in an interview with the local press. "I have dreamed of such a construction repeatedly over the years, but in the dream the path to the door was paved with pink marble, and with pink marble statues lining either side of the path. In the dream, I also saw that the smaller door was open and there was a brilliant blue light coming from what looked like a shimmering tunnel. I have commented to my family many times about these dreams, and so when I finally gazed upon the doorway, it was like a revelation from God... How do you make order of such a strange occurrence?"
The pyramid complex at Gizeh,
and in particular the Great Pyramid, has held a grand fascination for all
peoples for millennia. What is it? Why is it? These questions have been disected,
debated, researched, and written about for centuries.
I have read every possible writing that I could ever find on the Great Pyramid
and have not seen this theory presented anywhere. In one way, I think this
presentation is more objective than most theory views. I am not promoting this
theory, not publishing it for profit, and nothing to gain or lose by its
acceptance or rejection by the readers. Other theorists have developed a single
approach and one-sided view of this Grand Structure, promoting their one theory
with self-serving facts and research, overlooking other obvious facts. I do
believe a more comprehensive - more encompassing theory is probably a better
definition of the Great Pyramid ---one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
The oldest manuscript concerning the Gizeh complex is the 'Emerald Tablets of
Thoth,' where Thoth writes about how he developed the 'underground' portion of
Gizeh. He buried a craft there for the 'end times' for our benefit to defeat the
enemies of humanity. (reptilian overlords?) This manuscript is purportedly
35,000 years old. Thoth is also been spelt as Toth, Thaute, Thute, and Thuti.
There is a general consensus that Thoth (the Atlantean) is also Hermes, and
according to Freemasonry he was also Enoch. In the ancient languages, according
to many, Thuti is the closest spelling to the the correct pronunciation of this
being's name. (ta-hoot-i) The Great Pyramid in the same ancient language was
call Khuti (ka-hoot-i).
There have been two recent discoveries that may verify that accuracy of the
Emerald Tablets, concerning the craft that Thoth buried. One was the oldest ship
ever recovered. This huge boat has been re-assembled and restored. Could this
have been the craft that Thoth buried, intended to be the saving of mankind from
a large flood?...
A very recent discovery in central Brazil baffles archaeologists; yet is consistent with similar prehistoric mysteries around the Earth. WASHINGTON, September 18, 2003 - Newly discovered traces of ancient roads, bridges, and plazas in Brazil's tropical forest may help dispel the once-popular impression of an "untouched" Amazon before the Europeans' arrival. In southern Brazil, archaeologists have found the remains of a network of urban communities that apparently hosted a population many thousands strong. Reporting their findings in the journal Science, published by AAAS, the science society, the researchers say the people who dwelled there dramatically changed their local landscape.
Michael Heckenberger of the University of Florida and his colleagues made a surprising find in the upper Xingu region of the Amazon. In an area that was long thought to be too hostile for a human city...there are 'centuries-old remains of roads that appear to link a net work of large villages in a carefully organized, gridlike pattern.' Heckenberger reported that: No part of this land was wild and pristine. The sections of high vegetation were more like 'large parks' than untouched forests.
Soil quality was too poor to support any type of agricultural community. Yet, this new discovery in the Amazon reveals that thousands of early indians inhabited the settlement. The long lost, Xingu Amazons required half-decent soil in order to grow crops. So often, prehistoric civilizations thrived in places thought to be too inhospitable; such as: Tiahuanaco, Machu Picchu, Central America, Egypt, Tassili, Easter Island and Australia. If we investigate the major, ancient sites of human civilization, there is a MYSTERY. If we examine and compare the first places of intelligent settlement, we will find that it is the same mystery. Humans constructed and lived for thousands of years in locations where they should not have been able to exist. Something is drastically wrong with the way traditional archaeology views the past...
Swiss experts are helping restore the Osireion – one of the most important burial sites of ancient Egypt, which is crumbling away with time. The 4,500-year-old Osireion was a place of pilgrimage for the ancient Egyptians, who went there to worship King Osiris – the father of pharaonic culture- who they believed was buried there.Theo Abt, who lectures at the Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, says that despite the tomb’s importance, the site has been allowed to fall into a "shocking" state of decay. It was Abt who came up with theidea for the restoration project involving geologists and construction engineers from universities and technical colleges in canton Bern.
The tomb of Osiris is in the Nile Valley, around 560 kilometres south of Cairo and 120 kilometres north of Luxor. The site is as wide as a football field, almost twice as long and divided into numerous chambers. An important part of the site is a subterranean chamber that connects with the river Nile. Within it is a kind of island which was flooded when the Nile waters rose. The island was meant to symbolise life, which no flood can totally wipe out.Water traditionally played an important part in ancient Egyptian worship,but has now become part of the tomb’s problem. The island is no longer periodically flooded, it is constantly under water."A pile of stones in a water hole," is how Bernese geology professor Christian Schlüchter describes the appearance of the chamber, which once symbolised life. The water level has risen not just within the tomb but throughout the Nile Valley.