The Hummingbird Pyramid at La Maná in Ecuador 2014

The Human Resonance Archeological Park is dedicated to the exploration, research and excavation of the magnificent Paleo-Sanskrit pyramid complex of La Maná, Ecuador. Discovered by Alexander Putney and his partner Suzanne Benoit in November 2013.

This large pyramid complex comprises 17 ancient monumental buildings along two sides of a structure exceeding 70m in height partially covered in meters of rich kaolin clay beds and dense cloud forests. Both the construction and the shape of the complex reminiscent of the pyramids that have been discovered in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Indonesia.

The apex of the Hummingbird Pyramid is situated closely along the 1° south latitude, 7,472 miles from the Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt. This sacred geopositioning relationship between the Great Pyramid and the La Maná pyramid complex was visually expressed in the designs of the UV fluorescent Third-Eye Pyramid and World Map stone artifacts.

A pair of palm-sized octagonal stone disks engraved with UV fluorescent circles reference the mandala of Sanskrit tradition that has been decoded in previous works as the quantum iterated function, expressing the global distribution pattern of infrasound, standing waves.

The La Maná artifacts and related ancient monumental sites deserve renewed worldwide attention and the comprehensive scientific investigation of geologists, archeologists and technical engineers for remote sensing onsite. 

Furthermore, these ancient monuments deserve acknowledgement by the Ecuadorian government and funding for the application of satellite-based geosensing technologies.

More detailed information by Alexander Putney: Here