Naupa Huaca: Peru’s Megalithic Cave of Mystery

Subscribe via email so that you never miss a post Approximately two hours northwest of Cusco and far off the beaten path of tourists lies a megalithic marvel tucked away in a high, remote mountainous cave. While there are many ancient archaeological sites in Peru and around the world that display megalithic architecture, Naupa Huaca might … Continue reading Naupa Huaca: Peru’s Megalithic Cave of Mystery

EASTER ISLAND PART 2: Ancient Highways, Construction of the Colossi & Walking Statues

A Megalithic Marvels Special Investigative Series To Read "Easter Island Part 1: The Long-Ears, Civil War & the White-Skinned Cannibalistic Priests" click HERE RAPA-NUI AND VIRACOCHA In the 19th century, missionaries and their Polynesian companions from French Oceania began to refer to Easter Island as “Rapa-nui” which translates to “Great Rapa,” and thus added another name … Continue reading EASTER ISLAND PART 2: Ancient Highways, Construction of the Colossi & Walking Statues