Ollantaytambo 4: Lost Ancient Technology Revealed

A Megalithic Marvels Special Video Series Watch Part 1   Watch Part 2 Watch Part 3 Located in the Sacred Valley, Ollantaytambo is one of Peru’s largest archeological sites. While the 700+ year old Inca construction made of small rough stones and clay mortar is amazing engineering in its own right, the much older and far superior megalithic architecture, that some estimate to be 10,000+ years old, stands … Continue reading Ollantaytambo 4: Lost Ancient Technology Revealed

The Top 5 Megalithic Mysteries of Mexico

By Marco M. Vigato. Marco holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA and MSc in Finance from Bocconi University. He is a photographer and researcher documenting the evidence of ancient civilizations and sacred sites around the world, specifically the megalithic remains of ancient Mexico and Mesoamerica. A native of Italy, he currently lives in Mexico City. Please follow his personal blog Uncharted Ruins as … Continue reading The Top 5 Megalithic Mysteries of Mexico

[Slide Show Edition] 12 Photographs Mainstream Archaeology Does Not Want You to See

Subscribe via email so that you never miss a post Enjoy the video slide-show below of Megalithic Marvels’ viral post “12 Photographs Mainstream Archaeology Does Not Want You to See.”  Read the ground-breaking investigative series “Easter Island Part 1: The Long-Ears, Civil War & the White-Skinned Cannibalistic Priests“ Continue reading [Slide Show Edition] 12 Photographs Mainstream Archaeology Does Not Want You to See

L.A. MARZULLI: Giants, Mound Builders & the Elongated Paracas Skulls

Subscribe via email so that you never miss a post In this exclusive Megalithic Marvels interview, host Dee Olson interviews researcher, lecturer and author L.A. Marzulli on the following topics… L.A.’s theory as to how the ancient giants of the Middle-East may have migrated across the Atlantic and  Pacific to settle in the New World L.A.’s account of first seeing the Paracas elongated skulls The release … Continue reading L.A. MARZULLI: Giants, Mound Builders & the Elongated Paracas Skulls

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 through Megalithic Ollantaytambo [Part 1]

A Megalithic Marvels Special Video Series Located in the Sacred Valley, Ollantaytambo is one of Peru’s largest archeological sites. As you first approach this ancient site, you become immediately overwhelmed with its larger than life scale that sweeps all the way up a mountainside. While the 700+ year old Inca construction made of rough stone and clay mortar is amazing engineering in its own right, the … Continue reading Journey through Megalithic Ollantaytambo [Part 1]

New DNA Results Released from the Paracas Elongated Skulls

SUBSCRIBE VIA EMAIL SO THAT YOU NEVER MISS A POST Background In the 1920’s, Peruvian archaeologist Julio Tello first discovered tombs in Paracas, Peru filled with skeletons who possessed some of the largest elongated skulls found on earth. Since then, many more elongated skulls from this region have been un-earthed which are believed to date from around 3,000 years ago. In 2013, researcher L.A. Marzulli, biologist Brien … Continue reading New DNA Results Released from the Paracas Elongated Skulls