Archeology Peru | The enigmatic Nazca Lines

abril 13, 2021by SouthTravelers0

THE ENIGMATIC NAZCA LINES – 143 new geoglyphs found…… 

In November 2019, a Japanese team from Yamagata University led by Professor Masato Sakai, a specialist in Andean archaeology and the Nazca lines since 2004, discovered some 143 new images or geoglyphs. This fascinating encounter was possible using artificial intelligence.

The ancient, mysterious Nazca lines located about two hundred miles south of Lima have become the source of many interesting theories and speculations of their origin and meaning. Some scientists believe they are a map to an interdimensional portal not located in Nazca but very close by in the Titicaca lake. Others that the lines are some code left by off-world visitors or that the valley of Nazca is the largest Astronomic calendar on earth. There is also the belief that the lines represent the sky, whilst others believe that the Nazca lines were created to honour the mountain gods. Since 1553 historians, archaeologists and anthropologists have been attempting to understand the purpose of these immense formations, however, until this day the mystery remains unresolved.

The construction of the lines is not so much of a mystery. The real enigma lies in how they were made proportionally on the ground, when in fact, they can only be seen from the sky. Many questions need answers such as: what kind of technology was used to make these drawings? What did these massive formations signify to the ancient people who lived in this area? What was so special about this region? Is it true that the Nazca valley is located in the convergence of powerful energy?

The Nazca lines, in addition to other important archaeological sites in Peru, such as the Inca Citadel of Machu Picchu or Pre-Incan ruins of Chan Chan, are just a few of the interesting visiting sites in Peru.

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