Temple of the Condor: Journey through Megalithic Ollantaytambo [Part 2]

A Megalithic Marvels Special Video Series To view part 1 of this video series, click HERE In part 1 of this series I shared how the sheer size and scale of Ollantaytambo is overwhelming to behold. As you enter this archaeological site and begin to follow the stream along the ground level to the right side, you may get the feeling that something is watching … Continue reading Temple of the Condor: Journey through Megalithic Ollantaytambo [Part 2]

Journey to the Megalithic Water Temple of “Tipon”

Subscribe via email so that you never miss a post Tipon is an Inca word meaning “Water Temple.” Upon first glance I was blown away by the scale of this mountainous archaeological site where water from the peaks high above channels down through various aqueducts and then connects to endless waterfalls and fountains located on every level of terracing. All I knew about this site … Continue reading Journey to the Megalithic Water Temple of “Tipon”

12 Photographs Mainstream Archaeology Does Not Want You to See

Subscribe via email so that you never miss a post Conventional archaeology propagates the notion that the further we look back into history, the more archaic the civilizations we see and the more inferior their methods of construction. Yet all over the world are ancient anomalies and megalithic marvels constructed with a lost high technology that confound today’s experts, defy our greatest modern engineering and tell … Continue reading 12 Photographs Mainstream Archaeology Does Not Want You to See

MEGALITHIC MARVELS: Expedition Peru Day 3

Follow me as I journey across Peru visiting some of the most ancient megalithic marvels on the planet. Subscribe via email so that you never miss a post To see and read about day 2, click HERE DAY 3 PISAQ  Due to longer road travel today, I was only able to explore one ancient site for about an hour and a half, but there wouldn’t … Continue reading MEGALITHIC MARVELS: Expedition Peru Day 3