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Puma Punku - Perfect Geometry
When studying the ancient ruins of Tiahuanaco through the lens of our contemporary knowledge of mathematics and geometry, the geometrically perfect shapes, cuts and forms may not seem strange. We see perfect geometry around us every day in our buildings, automobiles, furniture and tools. However, when you realize the pre-columbian people that inhabited this region had no written language and still used stone and bronze tools, you realize how bizzare the scene really is. Even after 14,000 years of outdoor erosion, we can still see the perfectly shaped stones, intricately routed patterns and perfectly drilled round holes scream to us of alien technology origins.
The building capabilities of other primitive people thousands of years after Puma Punku's inhabitants would have considted of cuedly fashioned adobe-style clay bricks, mud as mortar and thatched roofs woven together with grasses and vine. However, at Puma Punku we see geometrically perfect 90 degree angle cut stones in repeating patterns of precision, interlocking stones weight several tons each, and advanced three dimensional architectural design. Equally as amazing is the mystery of how these people could have moved stones weighing over 20 tons without access to trees to fashion wheel, rollers and structural support frames. Puma Punku is high in the Andes mountains, above the tree line (the elevation where climate and dryness prevent large trees from growing.) As you look out along the horizons in every direction, you see there isn't a tree in sight. How could these people move such enormous blocks and fit them precicely into position along high walls? Answer: Alien technology.
Right: Monolithic stone shapes, some weighing over 10 tons, display perfectly crafted geometric angles and interlocking shapes that are repeated hundreds of times over with identical measurments, down to the centimeter!
Below: The enormous stone walls of Puma Punku look like they were engineered by architects of today with perfect geometry and precision craftsmanship.