3 Interesting Aspects Regarding the Megalithic Marvels of Cusco

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Sitting high atop the northern outskirts of Cusco, Peru, lies the mind-bending fortress of Saksaywaman (Sachsayhuaman, Saqsaywaman, Sacsahuayman) – one of the earth’s greatest megalithic marvels. Here are 3 interesting aspects regarding these walls…

#1 The walls at Saksaywaman consist of interlocking blocks that were crafted with mortarless precision, some of them weighing as much as 125 tons.

#2 Each foundational stone goes about twelve feet underground, making the walls earthquake-proof.


By Diego Delso, CC BY-SA 4.0

Conventional archeologists attribute the Inca to building Saksaywaman. However, there are some major problems with this theory. For example…

Q If the Inca only had bronze tools, how could they have extracted these mega-ton blocks and then transported them over a series of mountains from over five miles away from the supposed quarry?

How could they have shaped these stones to such a level of precision to where you can’t even fit a human hair between the blocks in some places?

Some of the greatest engineers of today are baffled to comprehend how we could even attempt to replicate these walls with our 21st century modern technology.


By Diego Delso, CC BY-SA 4.0

#3 Oral tradition states that when the Spanish first arrived in Cusco and saw Saksaywaman that they asked the Inca if they had built these super-structures themselves. The Inca’s reply… that they had already been built by the time they showed up.

Q Was the fortress of  Saksaywaman built thousands of years before the Inca by a prehistoric civilization who possessed ancient technology? Were these walls built by a race of hybrid giants that the Bible, the Book of Enoch and many other ancient texts speak of?

Author and researcher Brien Foerster investigates these megalithic marvels up close in his insightful video below…

To read the ground-breaking investigative series “Unlocking Lovelock: Attack of the Red-Haired Giants,” click HERE


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