Discovery of vast prehistoric works built by Giants?

From Official Disclosure Radio via The Anomalist:

This satellite image (above) is a portion of the Andean foothills surrounding Lake Titicaca in Bolivia, South America. It is a small sample of a vast network of patterns that surround the lake and extend for more than one hundred miles south into the Bolivian desert. The patterns display geometric repetition and intelligent design. There are interlocking rectangular cells and mounds, perfectly straight lines and tree like arrays that are uncharacteristic with natural erosion. These cover every topographical feature of the high plateau surrounding the lake, over flood plains, hills, cliffs and mountains. Although these geoglyphs are remarkable in their obvious strangeness, what is more astounding is that they have remained in obscurity until now. In the same way modern archeologists recently found the ruins of hidden Mayan temples in the Guatemalan jungle by using earth orbiting satellites, we have discovered what could be one of the greatest finds of our time…

This is a stupendous find. This is only one of many archeological finds of great antiquity found in South America this past year, most of which have been found in the Andes Mountains in Peru and Bolivia. There is no way mainstream science can explain away the obvious artificial features of these constructs.

I find interesting the stories of “giants” and a “Great Flood” resembling the legends of the Sumerians, Hebrews, Egyptians and other ancient Middle Eastern peoples. It does beg the question if a world-wide flood actually happened thousands of years ago, wiping out whole populations of people and animals of some kind, or many “localized” large floods in areas that had extensive glacial coverage that all of a sudden started melting at a rapid pace. So rapid in fact that people had very little warning to pack their stuff and move out of harm’s way. The survivors of course had tales of such catastrophes world wide to pass down to future generations until finally they were written down by literate cultures.

There are many mysteries unanswered from Mankind’s past that are the basis for many of the world’s religions, legends and myths. Ancient aliens, gods, UFOs, angels, demons, giants, great floods and tales of nuclear wars are clearly part and parcel of past human experience. Something or somebody has definitely been interacting with us for a very, very long time.

Some call it God. Some say aliens from other planets, or our own descendants from the future. A more recent theory is that there is an ancient race native to this world, only millions of years more evolved than we are who exist in another dimension and watches over us like parents with wayward children.

What ever the phenomenon is, hopefully there’s a true answer for it.

Maybe the Mayans knew something after all?

Discovery of vast prehistoric works built by Giants?

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7 responses

  1. The theory of cryptoterrestrials is credited to Mac Tonnies who is a published author and creator of the Posthuman Blues blog.

    It is a unique take on the UFO phenomenon and a possible answer as to why UFOs are perceived differently by various peoples and past generations.

  2. This is the stuff that got me fired up to question the things that we’re taught in school about origins and science. I read the guy’s article on Tiahuanaco and the glyphs, which is probably along the same lines as what Von Daniken was talking about regarding the Nazca Plains phenomena. I really don’t have the geological training to see what they say is there in those ‘etchings’ but can see the obvious disparities with other natural features.

    I don’t like that one verse from 1 Enoch that they use. That verse and others like it are not considered canon by mainstream theologians, and I happen to agree with the experts in this case, as quotes like these have helped spawn a whole realm of ideas culminating in the UFO “grey” phenomena. The so-called “lost scriptures” are suspect, in mine and others opinions. The correct interpretation and transliteration according to the linguists is that the “sons of God” are simply true believers, whereas the “daughters of men” are the offspring of unbelievers. An unholy union of the two produced a generation of infidels, simply by virtue of the pagan influence overpowering the theistic one. Up to that time, both sides had remained more or less separate.

    There was also mention of dating the lines running through and under the lake according to differences in astronomical declination, which supposedly stretches time into the tens of thousands of years prior to the Mayan culture; that is claimed by the locals, but some Christian scientists maintain that the Earth’s axis shifted during the Flood, and that would radically alter the Zodiacal patterns, ostensibly producing the same conclusion.

    Then, there is the infamous 2012 cut-off date signifying the end of the Mayan calendar, and the beginning of a new age of enlightenment. This is an interesting subject to me, and I have my own theories on this, combined with what I have learned studying and combining esoteric and theological matter. I think that year will be veeeeeeerrry interesting, in terms of humanity’s future!

    We’ll all know for certain what is true and not true when that time comes!

  3. Being the heretical apostate infidel I am, I find the Gnostic Scriptures quite fascinating, especially the Book of Enoch. According to non-mainstream historians and anthropologists, it was one of the more popular Books in early Christianity and quite a large one as well. In contained many stories of the Nephilim, Fallen Angels, Demons and other phenomenon that some would consider ‘esoteric’ when compared to the Books the Council of Nicea and the bloody tyrant Constantine deemed “appropriate” for mass consumption.

    Many recent discoveries of these lost texts have turned conventional Christianity on it’s head. I for one welcome it, it shakes people from their complacency and dogma. Whether they turn out to be fact or fiction we’ll find out in 2012 like you said.

  4. So dad2059,
    I guess that is how The Giant’s Causeway really came to be

  5. The Highwayman | Reply

    Yes, the Gnostics were the ‘bad boys’ of contemporary religion in those days, and Simon Magus was a great proponent of Gnostic philosophy, if not the originator of most of it. The similarities between Gnosticism and the ancient “mysteries” were too close for comfort, however, and Simon’s constant dogging after the apostles in their travels, looking for some secret and hidden knowledge with which to exalt himself were a dead giveaway to the true nature and purpose of Gnosticism. It is Gnosticism that gives us much of our modern esoteric theory, and also construes Christ’s character in a negative and false way.

    As for those texts turning conventional Christianity on it’s head, I’d say they have a long way to go before they even come close. Conventional writings predate their ‘discovery’ too far back in antiquity for them to be seen as nothing more than a last-ditch effort at side-swiping God’s word, much like the latest scam “The Da Vinci Code” tried to do. Only those unfamiliar with the way of Christ, and the study of His word would be fooled. The fact that it came from nowhere and off of the tube would be evidence enough for many, but serious Bible students know different…

    “Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me.” John 5:39

    If it gets people searching, that’s fine, but it also solidifies a lot of erroneous thinking, as well. Of course, traditional Catholic dogma needs to be sorted from true Christian philosophy just as much as Gnosticism, for the two have common roots in ancient paganism. I give “traditional Christianity” even less credence than Gnosticism, in that view!

    I think there is enough esoteric value in plain scripture, without a lot of ‘isms’ trying to complicate matters.

  6. I take it to mean that you believe these formations are natural Q? Given all the linear,rectangular and circular formations over such a vast area, it’s hard to believe they could be anything but artificial.

    Of course the west coast of South America is part of the Ring of Fire circling the Pacific Ocean and is geologically active, or has been active in the past. I suppose it’s not beyond the realm of possibility the formations were volcanically formed, then etched over by growing and retreating mountain glaciers. Given the regularity of the patterns, that theory is just as plausible as them being constructions in my view.

    The traditional Scriptures are rewrites also HW, even the Gnostic versions that have been discovered are rewrites from the 3rd to 4th Centuries. From an historical view-point, these writings bring insight from the cultures that produced them. That in of itself has value.

    But that doesn’t mean desert tribes had the mainline track to God. There’s too many cultures who claim that honor.

  7. The Highwayman | Reply

    The majority of cultures also tout a system of self-expiation, as well, which is contrary to Christian theology. Gods come in all shapes and colors, but the one thing that makes (true) Christianity stand out among all of the rest is the teaching that man does not possess an immortal soul with any inherent goodness, and cannot expiate himself through good works. The mediatorial work of Christ is the basis for salvation, not sacrifices and good behaviour. There may be Christian counterfeits that mimic mediatorial representation, but it is all done on the merits of what man, himself, is able to do toward justifying himself and placating an angry deity. Christianity does not teach that man has any inherent goodness because of sin, and needs outside expiation. This is the fundamental difference between Christianity and paganism… works verses grace.

    Most credible theologians today accept that Gnosticism in it’s latest form is a relative newcomer on the scene, but you’d have to discuss that with the theologians, themselves. What little I know about the subject has been forgotten, and I’d have to research it myself. I do know that for Christianity to be viable as a tool for the enlightenment and subsequent salvation of the masses, it has to be straightforward and simple, and able to withstand the test of time, which is what the Masoretic texts have done, as well as the later versions, all without any significant change in verse and meaning, until now. In recent times, with the many different versions of the Bible available, I myself have seen some watering-down of the original meaning and translation of verses that had previously withstood the test of time and man’s tampering with them. This was prophesied in both Matthew and Revelation as inevitable in the last days prior to Christ’s second advent.

    The other religions might have their prophets and gods, but the one thing that they don’t have is a RISEN Saviour. Buddha, Mohammad, Moloch are either all dead or just plain effigies in wood and stone, whereas Christ was and is a living being possessed of the supernatural power to expiate mankind from their sin. Most serious historians and an ever-growing number of scientists believe that there was such a person, given the existential and external documentation that supports scripture, as well as society’s continued reverence for such a remote event. Archaeologists now recognise and use the Bible as a means of locating old and forgotten cities buried in time and sand in the Far East, and have thus proven it’s value as a historical reference.

    So, if you’re a Buddhist, yes, there are many similar religions out there that could contend with your claim to uniqueness, as all pagan religions are based upon the premise of self-worship and self-expiation. Christianity is unique, because it’s merits lay ENTIRELY outside of man’s ability to do anything EXCEPT accept God’s pardon; and, in doing so, naturally fulfill the requirements of the broken law – through the infusion of His Spirit, empowering us to live in accordance with His will.

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