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The Secret Code of the Peruvian Stone Walls | Ancient Architects

June 8, 2019 By



The incredible interlocking stonewalls that we find in South America, in sites such as Ollantaytambo, Machu Picchu, Cuzco and more, are some of the most incredible megalithic constructions in the world because nobody knows with any certainty just how they were built.

But in this video I will not be looking at the how and when they were built, but the question of why, because it would be far easier and less labour intensive for the ancient people to construct a wall with more regular shaped blocks, or by dry stone wall building techniques.

Most people agree that these walls were built to last and their fine interlocking nature was to prevent earthquake damage in this seismically active part of the world, and although I do agree that this interpretation is correct, there is evidence to say that this is only part of the reason.

Do these ancient walls actually secretly encode animals, people and sacred symbols, highlighting key elements of the Inca and Pre-Inca culture of ancient Peru? Watch the video to learn more.

All images are taken from Google Images and the below sources for educational purposes only.

Sources:
https://www.youtube.com/user/brienfoerster
http://www.phenomenalplace.com/2013/01/the-mysterious-faces-and-symbols-of.html
http://www.tampu-tocco.com/fr/index.php

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27 Comments on "The Secret Code of the Peruvian Stone Walls | Ancient Architects"

  1. Daniel P
    June 8, 2019

    The Spanish destroyed most of these structures because they didn't like what they saw. It was blatant paganism that confronted their Christian belief. What you see is only a small fraction that couldn't be destroyed because of their mere size. If the pre-Inca/Inca world is depicted on textiles, ceramic, metallurgy and even desert sands, it shouldn't be a surprise that it's also on stone.

  2. Alexander Langella
    June 8, 2019

    You are really really reaching with this. I do mean really really really really really really reaching. Nevermind the lack of details in the rock, which would have been easy to pull off, that directly indicates any animalistic patterns, shapes, like paws, a face, eyes, and the shapes don't quite work. There are a handful of other patterns I could draw for you in the same puma pattern that could be claimed to be cat-like. However the lack of any sophisticated indicators in the stone work to create any shape outside that indicates an animal, something a people who would be adding that into stonework WOULD do, and they wouldn't hide it, is more than grounds to say bullshit.

    This is also the second time I've found you making outrageous claims.

    I'm going to make a call and say you're a paid for disinfo agent, and not a very good one. No one can be nearly as stupid as you are and continue to pass off this horse shit.

    Let's look at the "evidence" at 3:37.

    The statue to the left has NO direct indicators as being a cat, let alone a Puma. The hands and feet are human shaped (no claws). The face is so lacking in specific definition, it can be any kind of meat eating animal, and the ears are more reminiscent of a bear or a mouse than a cat. The human face would be more akin to spiritism and humans inhabiting animal like bodies, something akin to Skin Walkers, but perhaps a more positive spin? Or it's a representation of the negative that they don't look "right" and inside is a human trapped in their own vile new form that isn't truly animal, but a gross amalgamation.

    Then the animal in the center. A puma? With spots? That's a goddamn Leopard jackass. The right? No indicators of any ears having been broken off. The face is cat-like, but that's it. Nothing about it screams Puma.

    EVERY SINGLE GODDAMN PIECE OF WORK FROM THE PAST MADE IT GODDAMN FUCKING BLATANTLY OBVIOUS WHAT THEY ARE REFERRING TO. To the point where you have a goddamn drawing in the Nazca plains of a spider, with a VERY SPECIFIC indicator that if memory serves is a special sexual gland on the legs that they use to reproduce, and is the only spider known to have this feature.

    THEY ALWAYS....ALWAYS make it obvious. Only in modern times do we obfuscate.

    So yes, I am calling you out for a deliberate hoaxer and charlatan. Congratulations on convincing stupid people who don't do proper research to fall down pitfalls so they look stupid when speaking to their friends about archeological "truth."

    Nevermind this particular type of masonry is common throughout the world, not just the Incan civilization. I believe it's called the Cyclopian style of masonry? I forget exactly. Mystery History does a really good job breaking down the stone masonry groupings and where they're found worldwide. Guess what? When they put in animal drawings in the rock, THEY MAKE THEM POP OUT of the rock, like prefabricated bricks designed to lock in together to form a VERY detailed animal or plant or human or detailed pattern. This is rare, but when it happens, it's not as you say.

    So goodday to you sir. Have fun hoaxing more people. Have fun getting paid to deliberately walk people down the path towards sounding like asshats so their friends ignore real research that actually attempts to showcase real archeology and anthropology.

  3. Quinn Moore
    June 8, 2019

    If you see, the snake is wrapped around the neck of the Puma. What is the Puma looking at that it could be choked ;) check it out, you'll see

  4. dhy5342
    June 8, 2019

    pareidolia
    noun
    par·​ei·​do·​lia | ˌper-ˌī-ˈdō-lē-ə
    , -ˈdōl-yə

    Definition of pareidolia

    : the tendency to perceive a specific, often meaningful image in a random or ambiguous visual pattern .The scientific explanation for some people is pareidolia, or the human ability to see shapes or make pictures out of randomness. Think of the Rorschach inkblot test.

  5. phillip Bowls
    June 8, 2019

    Everybody's in agreement that your full of shit

  6. Scottie Johnston
    June 8, 2019

    Bought time y'all start seeing it. Now less harder and see the hole picrure

  7. WD Preston
    June 8, 2019

    I call bullshit. Easier to think aliens built it

  8. hawaii guy
    June 8, 2019

    this is extremely stupid, pull your head out of your ass dude. the only puma nutsack in this video is your brain.

  9. Gabriel Anthony
    June 8, 2019

    But the Inca didnt build the dam wall. I thought we were there by now. No? Are we still under the belief that the inca built the megalithic wall portions? I mean cmon. And if they didnt build the wall and inherited it like even they claim themselves, then finding animals I the stone is no different than finding animals in the clouds.

  10. Jc B
    June 8, 2019

    This whole time I have been pronouncing pewmas all wrong...what else have I done wrong...are unicorns not real? Are fairies fake? Is Dr hawass not a reputable guy? Ohhhhhh wow I'm going to hide under one of those megalithic stones

  11. Jarod Bernard
    June 8, 2019

    The snake is a 🐊?

  12. Paul Martin
    June 8, 2019

    Another AWESOME Video. Thank You.
    -----------
    Additionally, the general randomness of the stones' sizes & shapes also helped to stabilize against the destructive forces of uniform frequencies/sound-waves generated by earthquakes.
    (I hope that made sense...)
    .....
    -paul

  13. Rolla Coasta Ride
    June 8, 2019

    amazing what folks can do on higher grade pure cocaine

  14. Nice video, "buute" I come to hear you say certain words like "but" lol and others too :)

  15. RocketNothing
    June 8, 2019

    Interesting, very interesting. I'm inclined to believe you, I've stared at these layouts for ages & never been able to decipher any kind of pattern. I would have expected a slightly higher calibre of artwork given their obviously advanced skill level with masonry, but this is literally the only plausible theory I've ever heard for this. Raised notches etc do seem to be on the large obscure stones which would typically depict a head.

  16. onehit pick
    June 8, 2019

    What has happened to the masons? Today's best masonry can last a few decades at best. Cement cracks and starts degrading the very next year after it's set without any earthquakes or anything. We would benefit from understanding the old knowledge.

  17. osiris
    June 8, 2019

    I can see an outline sketch of my girlfriends breast, that one flat wall with those two stone nipple slighty embossed

  18. Unknown
    June 8, 2019

    Their not solid stone,thats a geopoloymer finish. You can tell by looking at one of the corner stones, its not shown in this video but the outer casing has been broken off and you can see the chunks and the concrete like fill that has been put on the stones.

  19. Roger Roberts
    June 8, 2019

    OMG really.... I think not

  20. Lorraine T
    June 8, 2019

    maybe its a turtle in the foreground? but you can see a spiral effect of stones facing you on the wall 4:49

  21. Lorraine T
    June 8, 2019

    I see a snail in the foreground wall and a caterpillar or chameleon in the wall behind it @4:50

  22. Adam Smythe
    June 8, 2019

    They may have had some kind of adobe mud/plaster over the stones to show and maintain shapes, images, symbols

  23. deb walls
    June 8, 2019

    rubbish.

  24. Rotor Thermotech
    June 8, 2019

    That seems to be a Lot of work for a poorly defined Puma shape ?

  25. et chalaco
    June 8, 2019

    No, no South America. It is Peru! Do you refer to Egypt as North Africa?

  26. Flower_of_ Ra
    June 8, 2019

    Thank The Black Olmec 💚💚💚💚🖤🖤🖤🖤

  27. in that wall you shown in the streets of cuzco there was a repairment by hotel marriott not autoriced by government and its suposed they took something


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