The Rogue in Me ~ PERU~ Sacsayhuaman Chapter 4 pt. 4

~Peru~

~Sacsayhuaman~

Chapter 4 pt.4

In March 2013 my life changed forever and since those early days my mind will not stop thinking, seeking or categorizing the different stonework found in Sacsayhuaman and the surrounding “Outposts” within the Sacsayhuaman Archaeological park that crowns the ancient section of Historical Cusco, Peru.

The walls of Sacsayhuaman from the Colina Suchuna.  We are seeing the foundations on the top of the "House of the Sun". (notice the contour of the top of the crown of the hill.. (pic by Anne Tittensor)

The walls of Sacsayhuaman from the Colina Suchuna. We are seeing the foundations on the top of the “House of the Sun”. (notice the contour of the top of the crown of the hill..
(pic by Anne Tittensor)

The Archaeological Park encompassed 34 square kilometers of rolling hills and rocky outcrops of Etemenanki, the blue gray limestone that is indicative of the Sacred Valley. We cannot think of Sacsayhuaman and the Outposts without adding Etemenanki to the equation. Etemenanki in Quechua means “The stone of the Earth and Sky.” I haven’t figured out the entire connection and reasons they describe this limestone as a stone of the Earth and Sky, it but I am on a trail of understanding their reasons for describing it in that manner when in Sumerian “E-temen-an-ki” means “House of the foundation of heaven on earth”. What do these two meanings have in common and how can it apply to two different locations on two different continents with both locations shrouded in mystery and have similar meanings?

The Tower of Babel was a spiral pyramid? Or is this just another very wild guess at what once was Before the Illusion was created it was one.

The Tower of Babel was a spiral pyramid? Or is this just another very wild guess at what once was Before the Illusion was created it was one.

There are two places on the planet that claim the Tower of Babel stood on their soil. Has history been lost or intentionally forgotten by all but a chosen few or do we have a case of two different times and two different locations confused and fused by historical fact, legend and myth brought to a new land via a very long migration? From South America to the Middle East and back?

The Tower of Babel stood in the lands of Babylon according to the biblical texts and has yet to be found. Alfredo Gamarra presents that the Tower stood at Sacsayhuaman and that leads us to question the validity of the claims made that the tower stood in Babylon nestled between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in the heart of the Middle East. After 2 years on the ground in Peru with these thoughts running through my brain I have to say out of the two possible locations for the Original Tower of Babel, the evidence backs Alfredo Gamarra’s claims of it being in Cusco Peru at Sacsayhuaman. Any claim made by the Babylonians the Tower was in the lands the Akkadians settled in can not be proven. There is one thing the two different towers have in common and that is their purpose, communication with God the Creator. And I will share that this is one of the reasons the curiosity was overwhelming to me as the information was abstracted I needed from both scenarios, that “Communication” with the Creator connects directly with the Ra Mu and his purpose as the High Priest of Mu and with the destruction of this link we lost all understanding of verbal communication with one another. I will offer another bit of linking information to the equation too, the Quechua language is a root language that cannot be denied as to being older that the languages spoken in the “Breadbasket of Civilization”. Quechua and Magyar seem to be two of the major root languages found in the Middle East and Europe being linked to the Russian and English languages. The structure of the English language is almost identical but the words are far from being the same. Sentence and text structures have taught us much.

Anne and I hiked the Outposts many times and even found the back way into Inkill Tambo from Tambomachay, Tambomachay being the furthest Outpost from Sacsayhuaman. We were surprised when we realized that these mysterious sites were so close together and how they interconnected with trails and waterways which flow towards Sacsayhuaman with the main river flowing past Inkill Tambo.

The Outposts of Sacsayhuaman are an enigma all to their own. Th

The Outposts of Sacsayhuaman are an enigma all to their own.

The image we were building in our minds pointed toward some kind of machine made from stone. One of the first things that stood out for us was the way all the sites shared this characteristic. The existing stone in the areas looked like it was melted/dehydrated, for the lack of a better description and in some places dissolved into a liquid state that re-hardened over time. We found what looked like footprints in places where a being may trudged their way through the muck.

The footprint phenomena is not restricted to one particular site. Also notice the topography I am surrounded by. I have come to the conclusion this stone was turned into a paste like material and ran like molasses into bubbling puddles of goo.

The footprint phenomena is not restricted to one particular site. Also notice the topography I am surrounded by. I have come to the conclusion this stone was turned into a paste like material and ran like molasses into bubbling puddles of goo.

When Anne put her foot into the right footprint she was able to reach her upper calf. The left hole is compacted with dirt from what it looks like. Who knows how far these prints penetrate the Etemenanki.

When Anne put her foot into the right footprint she was able to reach her upper calf almost reaching her knee. The left hole is compacted with dirt from what it looks like. Who knows how far these prints penetrate the Etemenanki.

I am putting my weight on my left foot and holding my right foot in the print.

I am putting my weight on my left foot and holding my right foot in the print.

What could cause this type of destruction and leave this kind of damage? In short, it looks like some kind of bomb was detonated in a mid air burst that turned the original structures into mush. The damage we saw led us one step closer to accepting the tower being located at Sacsayhuaman. Along with the close proximity of the outposts including the Koricancha, this conclusion wasn’t done overnight. It required another 16 month trip to take in the Whole of the Valley, the feel of the land you could say. Mixing in with the people of the Valley and discovering the diversity in their genetics and the obvious Oriental, Olmec, Maya, Egyptian features and body types. Each of these are something that needs to be taken into consideration when looking for evidence that is in plain sight that shows us a different picture and tells a different story than the one we have been taught. I think this is as good of a time as any to bring out one of those lessons we have been taught and address it.

 

Zone-X has some very interesting signs that I provides me a connection to other sites within the "Outposts". This looks like bubbling to me.

Zone-X has some very interesting signs that I provides me a connection to other sites within the “Outposts”. This looks like bubbling to me.

One of the questions that popped into my mind as this pattern in the Etemenanki. I first noticed it at the Archaeological site about a mile away as the crow flies.

One of the questions that popped into my mind is this pattern in the Etemenanki. I first noticed it at the Archaeological site, Puca Pucara in 2013 with Anne, Jesus Gamarra and Jan Peter de Jong, it is about a mile away as the crow flies. (Zone-X)

It looks like some form of "Rain" fell from the skies within the Outposts arena that dissolved the stone. This may explain in the long run some of the questions that we don't have answers for at this time. (Zone-X)

It looks like some form of “Rain” fell from the skies within the Outposts arena that dissolved the stone. This may explain in the long run some of the questions that we don’t have answers for at this time. (Zone-X)

Puca Pucara means "Red Fortress" and it meets

Puca Pucara means “Red Fortress” and it fulfills its name. The Red comes from the blood of the invaders that tried to enter what is now Historical Cusco and the Sacsayhuaman Archaeological Park.

This is Inca stonework at best. This very well could be from the pre Inca culture that lived here when the Inca migrated into the Sacsayhuaman region. The builders utilized he outcrop to their best advantage to protect this route into Sacsayhuaman.

This is Inca stonework at best. This very well could be from the pre Inca culture that lived here when the Inca migrated into the Sacsayhuaman region. The builders utilized he outcrop to their best advantage to protect this route into Sacsayhuaman. Jesus Gamarra mentioned in his documentary the preceding cultures built their sites upon existing Hanan Pacha from the world before them.

Quenko is less than 1/2 mile walk by road and displays many of the same characteristics as we find at Puca Pucara, Zone-X, Temple of the Moon, Tetekaka, Sacsayhuaman, just to mention the ones that I have observed this phenom. I haven't noticed this at sites like Ollantaytambo and Pisac, yet.....

Quenko is less than 1/2 mile walk by road from Sacsayhuaman and displays many of the same characteristics as we find at Puca Pucara, Zone-X, Temple of the Moon, Tetekaka, The Monkey Temple, Balcone Diablo, Sacsayhuaman, just to mention the ones that we  observed this phenom. I haven’t noticed this at sites like Ollantaytambo and Pisac, yet…..

One of the overlooked areas on the Quenko site is this solidified  area.We then discovered similarities on 6 other sites within the Sacsayhuaman Archaeological Park.

One of the overlooked areas on the Quenko site is this solidified area.We then discovered similarities on 6 other sites within the Sacsayhuaman Archaeological Park.

As we hiked the Archaeological park we went into the Waychay Pata, in Quechua that means Upper Part, to a site called Balcone Diablo or Balcony of the Devil. We found that same runoff pattern in the outcroppings there. The Waychay Pata is an area of scattered sites with Hanan, Uran and Ukun Pacha and evidence of Uran Pacha dams along the Saphy river. The Saphy River runs into Cusco and is routed under the Avenue del Sol. The river route makes up the baseline for the Puma that the Inca relate to in their mythology.

As we hiked the Archaeological park we went into the Waychay Pata, in Quechua that means Upper Part, to a site called Balcone Diablo or Balcony of the Devil. We found that same runoff pattern in the outcroppings there. The Waychay Pata is an area of scattered sites with Hanan, Uran and Ukun Pacha and evidence of Uran Pacha dams along the Saphy river. The Saphy River runs into Cusco and is routed under the Avenue del Sol. The river route makes up the baseline for the Puma that the Inca relate to in their mythology.

Sacsayhuaman has an area that I have nicknamed the Citadel because of its maze of passages that remind me of a spiderweb. From a distance we can see that this is a layer of varying thickness of the solidified goo we found at the other sites. The crevaces have been enhanced and dug out into a network of passages and tunnels that makes for a very good defensive position.

Sacsayhuaman has an area that I have nicknamed the Citadel because of its maze of passages that remind me of a spiderweb. From a distance we can see that this is a layer of varying thickness of the solidified goo we found at the other sites. The crevices have been enhanced and dug out into a network of passages and tunnels that makes for a very good defensive position. It is in the direct line of site from Zone-X. That is all and good however I question how that layer of Etemenanki ended up looking like this. Were there grooves in this stone like we find at the other sites?

Kind Regards, The Rogue Researcher

Anne and I studied the Outposts and debated for hours on end the purpose and function of these sites. Not only that but hours have turned into weeks of debate over what force could have done this destruction in a targeted area that the Outposts cover.

Anne and I studied the Outposts and debated for hours on end the purpose and function of these sites. Not only that but hours have turned into weeks of debate over what force could have done this destruction in a targeted area that the Outposts cover.

ps. In closing this part of the chapter on Peru it opens the door for an update in the future. This is a very complex picture we are trying to visualize ourselves, much less share. The scenarios that we have on the table before us are ones that have stepped beyond the boundaries of what we thought we knew and what we will know. When we apply theories like the Expanding Earth, Lesser gravity and our visits from Random Selection and the Catastrophiers we have an image that I believe can be defined within the layers of the stone and stonework found in the Sacred Valley that will clarify layers of time we once rejected and deemed impossible.

Related Article: Planet Mu’s Lost Civilizations by Anne Tittensor
https://annetittensor.wordpress.com/articles/

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Bob and Anne have been working together for the past 7 years connecting ancient cultures and their migratory paths around the planet. Time and research into these ancient connections have produced results that have connected the continents in times said to be impossible just a short time ago. Join them, US, as we continue to share what we find along the way. Anne Tittensor, an Independent Researcher, specialising in Global Connective Stonework, Global Connective Symbology and Ancient Quantum Physics. Originally from Scotland, I have travelled the world seeking evidence of a lost civilisation from Turkey to Peru, from Easter Island to America and beyond. visit @: https://annetittensor.wordpress.com/ The Rogue Researcher AKA Bob Newton, is an independent researcher that has been researching heavily for the past 8 years into the history behind the Mis-Story we have been taught. Specialising in the Lost Continent of MU, The Rogue Researcher investigates clues to our hidden past. Clues that are hidden in plain sight. visit @: https://therogueresearcher.wordpress.com/
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6 Responses to The Rogue in Me ~ PERU~ Sacsayhuaman Chapter 4 pt. 4

  1. Francis.R. says:

    I haven’t heard about Etemanki, although Peruvian and native Quechua it’s not my tongue but it doesn’t sound familiar. About rocks that connect sky with earth in our tradition those could be the mountains because they give the water, in that aspect they are part of the sky and the earth, I guess because the rivers coming from the peaks.

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    • usoksglobal says:

      Which tradition are you referring to Francis?

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      • Francis.R. says:

        Well… our veneration to Apus (sacred hills and mountains) that’s a thing not in books but part of our daily life.
        Every sacred place in this post of yours is linked to Apus and are linked by the lines that crossed the whole Empire called “ceques”, some Apus are of Imperial hierarchy as the Coropuna (which is besides an impressive mountain) or Awsanqati (Ausangate in Spanish) in Cuzco are of Imperial level, the one in my city, Juliaca, is called Huaynarroque and has just importance to the city and its satellite cities.

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      • usoksglobal says:

        The Apu Pitusuray was my vista for a year and a half. I found a major “ceque” or Seke in English, while exploring the images in the outcroppings.. The APU, apu means “Divine” the APU Pitusuray being the one of them, a “Divine mountain range”. From my observations the Pitusuray is one of the most Sacred places in the world as far as I am concerned. The Guardian Spirits there are very strong and just. Word of warning do not enter a Ceque without the Spirits approval… Thank you very much for sharing with us Francis. I wish for as you have done, sharing cultural information. People to come together and share the Roots to our cultures so we may find the common bond that once held us together. From my experience Peru is a place to start this journey that I see goes both ways in the timeline. I have trekked a couple of the Apus in the Altaplano and they are magnificent to see. I have also trekked “solo” onto the Pitusuray and was shown first hand what has been forgotten and hidden within the peaks of the Peruvian Andes.

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      • Francis.R. says:

        Thanks very much for living our culture. Always is nice to see another point of view that can enrich our own way to see the things, and even more when this is related to so diverse cultures around the world as is shown in your experience.

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  2. Winter Hawk says:

    Great Work You Guy’s and Gal’s WH

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