Puma Punku

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The legend of the Pururaucas soldiers or stone soldiers is an Inca legend that mystifies the victory of the Inca […]

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Located 45 miles west of La Paz high in the Andes mountains, lie the mystifying ancient ruins of Puma Punku. […]

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Puma Punku, also called “Pumapunku” or “Puma Puncu,” is part of the monumental complex of Tiahuanaco near the town of […]

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Located in the desert hills of Northern Sudan we find a set of enigmatic Pyramids that resemble their counterparts in […]

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One of the largest blocks of stone found on the site is 7.81 meters long, 5.17 meters wide, averages 1.07 meters thick, and […]

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Let’s take a step back into history, thousands of years ago and compare two fascinating ancient sites; Puma Punku and […]

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All around the globe, we find numerous ancient sites that completely challenge mainstream scholars. From ancient monuments to cities in […]

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Does this fascinating video provide enough evidence that advanced technology existed over 12,000 years ago at Puma Punku? Many people […]

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“A story was told by the local Aymara Indians to a Spanish traveler who visited Tiahuanaco shortly after the conquest […]

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There are numerous videos and images which point towards extremely sophisticated civilizations —possibly even predating the Ancient Inca themselves—  creating […]


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