> Machu Picchu and Puma Punku are both part of my
> new Book, That will be finished in a few months.
> My thesis is that parts of Peru were once the
> product of a civilization that was attempting to
> create an intellectual site in that area of the
> world prior to 12,900 years ago. Since a Comet
> impacted our universe here about that time, See
> the Carolina Bays Event, that universe in Peru was
> cut short and much of what they were trying to
> build never was completed. Machu Picchu and the
> surrounding area was also important to them and if
> the Catholic Church would let you, the exploration
> of the surrounding mountains in that area would
> also reveal numerous caves are laser-like
> expressions inundating the whole of this region.
> The Inca later found this area and saw its
> significance toward further development. They
> realized that it was of vast importance. The
> secrets are still there hidden from most of us.
> Wish we all could know that vastly ancient
> History. But, No.
Sounds like fascinating reading to me, I wonder if you also had the opportunity to visit the Temple of the Sun ruins on top of the mountain at Ollantaytambo?
The Temple of the Sun ruin is definitively at cataclysmic ruin candidate in my opinion with massive stone blocks and columns tossed about like corks in a child's bath tub, even a stone doorway weighing perhaps 10's of tons has been re-positioned by the Incas but it was still too heavy for them to turn it the right way up like many other megalithic blocks on the site, so they just did the best that they could.
On the bottom of the mountain at the foot of the Temple of the Sun is a pile of megalithic stone blocks which appear to be missing parts from the temple of the Sun above which were washed away by some ancient tsunami or flood of biblical proportions.
The mine site from where much of the temples stone was mined is high up on a mountain peak opposite on the other side of the Sacred Valley.
The Ollantaytambo site could provide another excellent chapter of reading in your book and it is surprisingly close to both Cusco and Machu Picchu.