In Peru, deep in Lake Titicaca, local guide José Luis Delgado Mamani rediscovered the ancient ruins in 1996. The name of the site is “Puerta de Hayu Marca” or “Gate of the Gods”. A similar place is found in Tiahuanaco, Bolivia, and is known as the Gate of the Sun. Here is a large gate-shaped structure carved out of Hayu marca mountain. The door was 7 m wide and 7 m high, and in the center of the lower part of the door there was a small niche about 2 m high. In the center of this niche there was a small circular recess in the wall. The Indians call this area the “City of the Gods”. Even if there is no old or modern city. According to Indian legend, former heroes passed through this door to meet the gods. Passing through the gate, they gained immortality and the life of the gods. The story also mentions that some of these people returned to Earth through the door with the gods in the correct order.
Legend Of Aramu Maru
The Spanish conquest of South America was bloody. Millions of people have died from smallpox, violent violence and migration. But Peru tells the story of an Inca priest who escaped the onslaught of destruction and destruction in Europe. His name is Aramu Muru, and he is a priest serving in the Temple of the Seven Rays. To avoid the impending persecution and death of the Spaniards, Aramu Muru fled to Hay Marka and the City of the Gods. With the help of several co-priests and a golden disc known as the key of the seven-ray gods, Aramu Muru opened a small door in front of the stone. According to legend, the stone gate turned into a tunnel that turned out to be an unnatural blue light. Aramou Muru went through the barrier and entered the tunnel with the door closed. Many believe that he now lives in the land of the gods.
Of course, the gate of the gods is not the only gateway to another universe. As is well known, star gates exist all over the world.
Bolivia has a gateway to the sun. There is Gobekli Tepe in Turkey. And of course there’s Stonehenge in England. This ancient structure has a logical explanation that does not include gods, multiple universes, or ancient aliens.
Of course, these explanations are neither complete nor satisfying. Modern science and archeology are constantly trying to explain how primitive people managed to build this monument. The Door of the Gods, like many other ancient star doors, reveals a mind-boggling understanding of engineering, architecture, and construction that seems extraordinarily advanced for any pre-industrial civilization.
Older than the Incas
The Inca civilization began in the 12th century in all respects. In general, they only exist about four hundred years. As research methods and techniques improve, we may find that many ancient Inca objects are actually older than the Incas themselves. Tiwanaku, a ruined city near Lake Titicaca, resembles many famous Inca sites, including the gates of the gods.
But the Incas didn’t build the Tiwanaku, and archaeologists don’t know who made it. However, the ruins reveal some of the finest stone masonry ever found in South America.
Margaret Young-Sanchez, director of the Denver Museum, describes the mysterious location in her book Tiwanaku: Ancestors of the Inca. He wrote: “An immense mound of earth with a rock face rose from the plain; There are nice rectangular platforms and sunken spots with beautiful masonry nearby … “
There is evidence that people lived in the Lake Titicaca area for the last 4,000 years, and it is likely that these ancient people were responsible for many of the monoliths we see today. These unnamed people were also likely responsible for creating the sunken city and temple that is now at the bottom of the lake.
A Buried and Drowned Secrets
The nearby Tiwanaku Ruins once housed a busy city of 10,000 people or more. Where did all these people go?
The Inca civilization seemed to have suddenly exploded after years of decline. Then he quickly disappeared. The same thing happened to pre-Inca civilizations that once lived in the Lake Titicaca area.
In 2000, Lorenzo Epis, one of the leading divers who discovered the pre-Inca archaeological site under Lake Titicaca, reported: “We have found a sacred temple 200 meters long and 50 meters wide. , terraces for farming, roads in front of the Incas and 800 meters of walls. “”
The nearby Tiwanaku Ruins once housed a busy city of 10,000 people or more. Where did all these people go? According to legend, were they gathered by their god and rushed to another kingdom? Or were they conquered by rival tribes and civilizations? Unfortunately we never found out. The most popular answer is that these people later became Incas themselves, although that idea is hotly debated.