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February 4, 2014
Temple of Viracocha: Ancient Megalithic Energy Conductor in Peru?
Many lie along a measurable natural energy current band called the Path Of Viracocha, from the Peru/Ecuador border in the northwest, through Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca and Tiwanaku in the southeast. The video below shows that the current is real, and testable.
Legend and Path of Viracocha.
Viracocha is the great creator god in the pre-Inca and Inca mythology in the Andes region of South America. Viracocha was one of the most important deities in the Inca pantheon and seen as the creator of all things.
The main interest of the Inca civilization is the “Sacred Valley” which stretches from Cusco to Machu Picchu. Practically, the valley continues south of Cusco, towards Lake Titicaca. Situated at an altitude of 4 kilometers, the lake is the highest navigable lake in the world.
It was on an island in this lake, the Island of the Sun, that the Inca legends state that the creator god, Viracocha, appeared on Earth. It is from here that Viracocha’s voyage began. It is said that Viracocha continued on his path, walking SE/NW, until he reached the Pacific Ocean.
The building work of the centers in the Sacred Valley is a transformation in stone of the “Holy Road” traveled by the Creator Deity.
Research has identified that the Inca civilization had specific preferences of alignments to mountain tops, evidence of which can be found in Machu Picchu. At Ollantaytambo, similar evidence can be identified.
Both sites are orientated towards a mountain, but at Ollantaytambo, the profile of a human being, identified with Viracocha, can clearly be distinguished.
The stone face of Viracocha towering over Ollantaytambo is part of the Inca legend; his presence shows that the creator god was still present, “looking”, “watching over” his people.