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Puma Punku - Machined Block Walls
The perfectly smooth cuts, skillfully drilled holes and CNC-style routed shapes present in the thousands of solid stone blocks throughout Puma Punku may not see as amazing to us at first glance. After all, we are part of the 21st century civilization where geometric perfection and high-quality power tools are present in every aspect of our lives. However, this was not the case for the inhabitants of Tiahuanaco in 11,300 B.C. The earlies civilization to develop hand tools that used bronze didn't appear until around 3600 B.C. (Sumeria). Prior to this, stone tools were the only means of shaping the environment. How then can anyone explain the clear evidence of highly advanced machining processes at Puma Punku? The scholars that try to explain how primitive bronze hand tools can perfectly cut massive granite stones and route geometric shapes are failing to surrender to the simple truth that the only explaination is the presence of advance alien technology, brought to earth by beings from another planet.
Above: Puma Punku complex with precision-cut stones including some weighing over 10-tons and laid intricately into place without plausable explaination considering the primitive culture, limited tools and absence of trees to assist with construction and roller-delivery systems.
Below: amazing precision is seen in shapes routed into solid granit. Below we can see an arrow pointing to a rectangular cutout. Was this a directional light to be seen from a distance?
Above: Hundreds of the multi-ton solid granite stones exist scattered about the site of Puma Punku. The blocks are geometrically perfect replicas of each other and lock together to amazingly stable walls and platform structures.
Below: Schematic drawings that show the complexity of these shapes–a feat far beyond the capabilites of the primitive inhabitants of Tiahuanaco in 11,000 B.C.
Nowhere else in the World have interlocking multi-ton blocks like these been found. Not even in the great Pyramid at Ghiza or at the various other stepped pyramid structures of the ancient World. Many of the wall and platform structures at Puma Punku also show the remnants of metal cleats that added reinforcement to structures. None of the original metal cleats have survived due to the fact that metals corrode into dust after a few hundred years. All that is left from the many routed holes and cleat channels are the shapes created by obviously advanced power-driven machine tools.
Above: Routed shapes within the solid granite leave us to imagine what kinds of metals or electronic devices may have been inset into these shapes to provide light, direction or controls. (Note the arrow shape in the above photo that may have been an illuminated directional beacon or sign.)
Below: Even after thousands of years of decay, the precision cutting of walls found at Puma Punku are clearly evident, including the artistic varied color and size combinations.
Diamond-tipped routing bits spinning at high speeds cut shapes into stone. This is the only known method for achieving the precision cuts found in the granite stones at Pumpa Punku.