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Puma Punku - Alien Tools
Scattered around the ancient ruins of Puma Punku at Tiahuanaco are hundreds of solid stone blocks of various sizes and interlocking shapes. To the eyes of people in the 21st century, these shapes are not bizzare. In fact, they seem quite familiar. Modern building techniques usually employ high-powered tools to drill holes in stone and route perfect geometric shapes that cannot be achieved by hand tools. Then, the reality of the scene hits you: This is not a site of modern building. It is, in fact, possibly the oldest site known to mankind. Believed to be constructed 14,000 years ago, Puma Punku's perfectly drilled holes in repeating patterns of mathematical precision and acurately, routed shapes, and interlocking engineering could only have been acheived through the use of tools that didn't exist until the industrial revolution of the 1800's. And even then, some of the precision work found at Puma Punku could not have been acheived until computer-assisted diamond-tipped CNC routers were developed in the 1960's. These facts are confirmed by every archeologist and engineer that has visited the site and studied the ruins. Under high-powered microscopes, scientists can see that the holes drilled were done so in the same means as used today, an impossible feat for the stone and bronze-wielding inhabitants of this pre-Columbian civilization. There is only one feasible explanation, and one that brings too much fear for many Ph.D. authors to embrace: Ancient aliens were present in Tiahuanaco. These alien beings possessed advanced knowledge of mathmatics, building techniques and posessed high powered precision tools capable of shaping stone into the precision building components that are still present today.
Above: Notice the precision-drilled hole and perfectly routed channel in this stone fragment. Even after 14,000 of erosion in the open elements, this stone shows the geometric accuracy of the tools used by ancient aliens at Puma Punku. Mankind did not invent computer-assisted tools of this capability unit the 1960's.
Below: Notice the large and small holes drilled in precise patterns. These were likely used to hold interlocking metal or electrical components that have long since decomposed. (Metals would only have lasted 400-800 years before turning to dust and washing away with rain and wind.