Disinformation Guide to Ancient Aliens, Lost Civilizations, Astonishing Archaeology and Hidden History

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Where did "modern" civilization commence? What lies underneath the waves? Do myths describe interstellar impression? How'd they elevate that stone? was once the Ark of the Covenant a machine? have been there survivors of an Atlantean disaster? Who fairly stumbled on the "New" World?

"Hidden historical past" keeps to fascinate an ever wider viewers. during this big compendium, editor Preston Peet brings jointly an all-star forged of participants to query verified knowledge in regards to the background of the area and its civilizations. Peet and anthology participants advisor us via fascinating archeological adventures and treasure hunts, historic mysteries, misplaced or rediscovered applied sciences, and various "Forteana," utilizing critical clinical stories and experiences, scholarly examine, and a few undeniable previous fringe fabric, as what's thought of "fringe" this day is frequently tough technology tomorrow.

Contributors comprise: Graham Hancock (Fingerprints of the Gods and Underworld), David Hatcher Childress (Lost towns and Civilizations series), Colin Wilson (From Atlantis to the Sphinx), Michael Cremo (Forbidden Archeology), William Corliss (Ancient Infrastructures), Robert Schoch (Voyages of the Pyramid Builders), John Anthony West (Serpent within the Sky), Michael Arbuthnot (Team Atlantis), Erich Von Daniken (Chariots of the Gods), and plenty of more.

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Each huaca had prescribed sacrifices to be made on particular days. lots of the sacrifices weren't human, yet Cobo claimed that 32 of the shrines required human sacrifice, often of youngsters. this is often wondered by way of many that see in his statistics a clarification for the conquest, which was once, in the end, a undertaking to deliver the real faith to the heathens. now not faraway from Cuzco there's a hill they name the Temple of the Moon. The hill has numerous caves and plenty of rock carvings. many of the carvings right here convey severe weathering. discover the horizontal bar close to the guts of the photo. For loss of a greater notice, we will name it a “bench. ” shut photographs of the “bench. ” become aware of the rounded edges and common visual appeal of getting older. a few imagine this carving used to be made earlier than the final glacier carved its means via the following millions of years in the past. Ollantaytambo is uncommon if no longer special in Peru. the large monoliths you notice listed below are a part of what used to be to be a shrine or temple. At it slow unknown, and for purposes unknown, paintings mysteriously stopped in this large undertaking. rankings of enormous stones started their trip from the quarry of Kachiqhata (in the higher left nook of the photograph). They have been in part formed within the quarry, then slid down the hill and dragged around the river and over the fields. as soon as around the box, the stones have been dragged up a 1,200 foot ramp to the temple web site. MONOLITHS that did not MAKE IT there's transparent facts of surprising abandonment all alongside the way in which from the quarry to the development website. in part minimize stones lie within the fields, at the roads and the ramp. a few of these monsters, just like the one at left with the unusual cups lower into it, are up to 20 ft lengthy. considerably, there appears no heritage, no reminiscence, no legends even of whilst or why paintings stopped in this mammoth undertaking. the local community name those “piedras consadas,” weary stones. They have been too drained to move to any extent further. considerably, there looks no background, no reminiscence, no legends even of while or why paintings stopped in this large undertaking. The mountainside under the Kachiqhata quarries is strewn with rocks that seem like hunks of salmon. a few are huge and a few are pebbles which are like ball-bearings underfoot. frequently there's no path. The going is hard. 1,200 foot ramp to the Ollantaytambo temple website, up which the big stones have been moved. one other “weary stone,” with mysterious cup marks. Doug with anomalous wheel. The Incas didn't have nor use wheels, so who equipped it and why? “Piedras consada,” or “weary stones,” left mendacity concerning the mountainside as if “too drained to move any longer. ” harm at Sacsayhuaman. Sacsayhuaman. the paradox THAT isn't THERE larger within the quarries is an anomaly. there's something there that just isn't there. we all know that the Incas didn't have the wheel. it's also lovely transparent that the Spanish did no quarrying at Kachiqhata. they did not have to. they just tore down current buildings and re-used the stones for his or her personal reasons. So why is that this wheel the following, perched so well 2,000 ft above the river within the quarries?

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