Sep 11, 2014

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ETS FROM NIBIRU TOOK “INDIANS”– BEARDLESS DESCENDANTS OF CAIN–TO LAKE TITICACA ATOP THE ANDES  

ETS FROM NIBIRU TOOK “INDIANS”– BEARDLESS DESCENDANTS OF CAIN–TO LAKE TITICACA ATOP THE ANDES  

by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.)

13,000 years ago Earth’s climate deteriorated in the run-up to the perigee of 10,500 years ago that caused Noah’s flood.  Enlil, Commander of the goldmining expedition from the planet Nibiru to Earth (the Anunnaki), ordered a second interplanetary spaceport atop the Andes, where his son Adad had built a landing platform around 15,000 BCE [Lost Realms: 222].

Enlil wanted the second rocket base in case Marduk and his ex-astronaut allies (the Igigi) overran the Sinai rocketport that Enlil’s grandson Utu ran. Enlil, under orders from his father, King Anu, back on Nibiru, expected to return to Nibiru with the Nibirans he commanded as well as enough gold to powder into Nibiru’s atmosphere to protect it from destructive dissipation.  Enlil warned Anu that Marduk, the son of Enlil’s rival, Chief Scientist Enki, had created alliances not only with the ex-astronauts, but also with the hybrid Erectus-Nibiran Earthling miners and slaves Enki had made from the Nibiran genome.  Marduk and his allies, Enlil and Anu realized, could push the claim of Marduk to rule Nibiru by dint of the treaty Anu had sworn with Marduk’s mother’s father, Alalu, Anu’s predecessor on the Nibiran throne.

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13,000 years ago Earth’s climate deteriorated in the run-up to the perigee of 10,500 years ago that caused Noah’s flood.  Enlil, Commander of the goldmining expedition from the planet Nibiru to Earth (the Anunnaki), ordered a second interplanetary spaceport atop the Andes, where his son Adad had built a landing platform around 15,000 BCE [Lost Realms: 222].

Enlil wanted the second rocket base in case Marduk and his ex-astronaut allies (the Igigi) overran the Sinai rocketport that Enlil’s grandson Utu ran. Enlil, under orders from his father, King Anu, back on Nibiru, expected to return to Nibiru with the Nibirans he commanded as well as enough gold to powder into Nibiru’s atmosphere to protect it from destructive dissipation.  Enlil warned Anu that Marduk, the son of Enlil’s rival, Chief Scientist Enki, had created alliances not only with the ex-astronauts, but also with the hybrid Erectus-Nibiran Earthling miners and slaves Enki had made from the Nibiran genome.  Marduk and his allies, Enlil and Anu realized, could push the claim of Marduk to rule Nibiru by dint of the treaty Anu had sworn with Marduk’s mother’s father, Alalu, Anu’s predecessor on the Nibiran throne.  

PUMAPUNKU

Enlil sent his youngest son, Adad-Viracocha and Adad’s older half-brother General Ninurta to the Andes to scout out a potential second spaceport.  They found their ideal site at Lake Titicaca, Earth’s highest (913,861 feet) lake–perfect for boats–20 by 44 miles large, 100 -1000 feet deep and dotted with over 41 islands.    

Waters running from the lake gave the Anunnaki placer gold and cassiterite tin and bronze for their European and Middle Eastern centers.

The Desaguadero river flows from the southwest corner of Lake Titicaca into the satellite lake, Lake Poopo, 260 miles to the south; “there is copper and silver all the way to the Pacific Coast, where Bolivia meets Chile.” [Lost Realms: 242 – 243]

A moat surrounded Pumapunku and connected to a canal system that ran to lake Titicaca, fifteen miles away through level ground.  Upheavals, probably from the same disturbances that caused the destruction of the Nile area that Moses, whom Enlil forewarned, from the nearing of Nibiru or its lagrange points in 1450 BCE, destroyed the huge landing platform and scattered its H-shaped 400-ton twelve by ten by two foot thick red sandstone blocks that Adad had quarried ten miles from Pumapunku. Quarry for Pumapunka

 

 

 

 

 

 

“A destructive wave of water from Lake Titicaca violently destroyed Pumapunku and Tihuanacu to the south of the lake.” [Childress, 2012:107, 177]

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“The stones at Pumapunku interlocked by grooves and articulated notches in the edges of the stones and cemented together by keystone cuts and bronze clamps.” [Childress, 2012: 105; Lost Realms: 211]

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Adad’s workers survived Noah’s flood on Titicaca and Coati Islands in the sheltered southern portion of the lake. island in Titicaca

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adad and his Sumerian foremen had them build, 1/4 of a mile from Pumapunku, Tiahuancu, aka “Tin City,” [Anuku = “metal granted by the Anunnaki.”] a two-square-mile city, metallurgical, temple, and observatory complex powered by electricity, on the shore and a with subterranean chambers. Tin supplies had run out in Europe after 2600 BCE, then Adad’s Cassites [Kosseans] Earthlings, related to the Hittites and Hurrians,  flowed vast amounts of tin from South America to the Near East.  [Lost Realms: 243 -245]

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The Anunnaki employed “portable power plants” and “rotating magnetic fields” that gave Tiahuanacu AC power.”  They “set up hydroelectric or wave stations to generate a large amount of power to send via microwaves to satellites and then redirect them to the remote parts of the earth as a form of usable power.”  They sent cargos of precious metals and dried or honey-packed psychedelic mushrooms around the world. [Childress, 2012: 151]

The Anunnaki smelted, at high temperature, alloys including plantinum and extracted mercury from mineral cinnabar.  They used the mercury to extract nearby silver. They built also an underwater city, Huanacu, some 80 feet down, hewn into the northern side of Titicaca Island. Tiahuanacu’s “builders planned Tiahuanacu in advance, with diverted rivers, water reservoirs on the top of pyramids (on or in which water washed ores) and massive stone [refining] structures with gigantic solid-stone doors.  Pumapunku, the original New World El Dorado-Ophir city (the one to which Israel’s King Solomon flew over the Pacific from the Java Sea) featured gigantic walls covered in sheets of gold, golden masks, sun disks, gold-woven tapestries and drill holes to attach sheets of gold and other gold items.” Nearby, Bolivians gathered the Fuante Magna Bowl, that bore ancient Sumerian cuneiform writing circa 3000 BCE and the Aymara language that the descendants of Ka-in developed from Proto-Elamite or Akkadian [Childress, 2012: 86, 109, 129 – 131, 146,150]. fuente bowl

 

 

 

 

 

Tiahuanacu set off Pumapunku with a grand gate, the “Gate of the Sun,” originally a doorway for a solid granite door to for a nine-foot tall person or a person with an elaborate headdress.

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The door led to a smashed 400 by 450 foot rectangular astronomical observatory called the “Kalasasaya,” that a moat had surrounded. The building, like a similar building at Pumapunku, had been destroyed and the door frame moved to form an arch leading to Pumapunku. The Nibirans cut and shaped the gate as it stood in Tiahuanacu from a single hundred-ton, 10 x 20 foot stone block that features a carving of Adad, with golden tears. Tears, which represent the molton gold, tin, iron, platinum and mercury Tiahuanacu refined, run down his cheeks.  The statue wears an elaborate headdress and holds Adad’s symbol, the forked lightening the zodiac of Sumerian Anunnaki.  Reliefs of 30 “bird men”on Adad’s right–probably Nibiran astronauts–run toward him; one of these holds the trumpet-like object the Anunnaki used to move large stones.

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After the building that contained the gate broke apart, the Anunnaki reconstructed it and incorporated as an arch to Pumapuku for a pilgrimage site for Andean “Indians.”  Next to the gate stands a wall into which the builders sculpted heads of the various Earthling and ET types that visited the site [Childress, 2012: 88; Lost Realms: 210, 216 -217]. download (1)Pumapunka relief looks like contemporty Grey.Relief on Pumapunka wall (left) looks like contemporary Grey (Right). 

Around 3800 BCE, Nibiru’s King Anu and Queen Antu flew with their grandson, Ninruta, from Sumer to the Tiahuanancu where a gold-plated enclosure (held together with solid gold nails) he and Adad had built awaited them.  They saw the Spaceport on the 200 square-mile Pampa plain below where.   On the runway, “Anu and Antu’s celestial chariot stood ready, with gold to the brim it was loaded.” Anu pardoned Marduk tor his last offensive against Enlil, then the King and his Queen rocketed off to Nibiru, then to Mars, then to Nibiru.  Enlil ordered Adad to guard the Enlilite South American facilities from Marduk while he and the other Nibiran Earth Mission leaders returned to Sumer. [Enki: 272-276, Lost Realms: 255; Journeys: 206] 

By 2200 BCE, as supplies of tin for bronze dwindled in Europe, Adad sent tin aplenty from Tiahuanaco back to Sumer, through his Hittite-Cassite subjects in Turkey.  Descendants of these Middle Easterners still dwell on Titicaca and Coati Isles. Tiahuanaco, after most of the Anunnaki returned to Nibiru, became a pilgrimage site for the growing “Indian” population.  There, Adad directed the construction of Mochica, Chan-Chan, Cuzco, Machu Picchu, Chavin, Ollantaytambu and tutored a couple he chose to create Machu Piccho [Time: 247]. (Incas didn’t get here till five hundred years before the Spanish came in 1532 CE)

From Lake Titicaca and Tiahuanacu in Bolivia and Peru’s south, Anunnaki spread megalithic culture–landing platforms, metallurgical plants, pyramid power plants, astronomical observatories, palaces, canals, homes, statues, city walls, roads, bridges and quarries.  Everywhere they settled, we find deep, extensive tunnels that moderns have not yet explored. Anunnaki culture spread North into ancient, pre-Inca Cusco, Ollantaytambu, Machu Picchu and Chavin.  The Anunnaki mined copper and gathered gold and alluvial cassiterite–oxidized, water-washed tin from the Eastern coast of Lake Titicaca and the Lake Poopo area southeast of La Paz (down the Desaguardero River from Tiahuanacu). LakeTiticacaPoopobasin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anunnaki brought successive waves of descendants of Ka-in, the South American Indians to coastal settlements along the Peruvian coast. At Paracas Bay, Adad blasted a huge image of his metal tool with its forked lightning to welcome incoming boats and aircraft from the Pacific.

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Ollantaytambo’s 637 km (386 miles) along the Urubamba River from Tiahuanaco (roads and air-route erased).

 

Ollantaytambo rests 637 km from Pumapunku, 45 miles north of Cuzsco.  Ollantaytambo lies northwest along the Urubamba, on an exact 45 degree angle line between the Titicaca Island off Tiahuanacu and the Equator. “A 45-degree line originating at Tiahuanacu, combined with squares and circles embraced all the key ancient sites between Tiahuancu, Cuzco and Ollataytambu.” Earth’s tilt (obliquity) when the Anunnaki laid out this grid was 24 degrees, 08’ in 3172 BCE, the Age of Taurus [Enlil’s Age] between 4000 BCE and 2000 BCE.”  [Lost Realms: 199 – 205]

Ollantaytambo, a landing platform (probably for the gold refinery at Sacashuaman, 60 miles to the southeast) rests “atop a steep mountain spur” and overlooks “an opening between the mountains that rise where the Urubamba-Vilcanota and Patcancha rivers meet.” Ollantaytambo summit

 

 

 

 

 

 

On the summit “megalithic structures begin with a retaining wall built of fashioned polygonal stones.

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Through a gateway cut of a single stone block, one reaches a platform supported by a second retaining wall of polygonal stones of a larger size. On one side, an extension of this wall becomes an enclosure with twelve trapezoid openings–two as doorways and ten false windows.  On the other side of the wall stands a massive gate to the main structures.” The Anunnaki channeled a stream through Ollantaytambo’s structures.  Childress suggests Ollantaytambo featured a control building for an airport below the plaza along the river. [Childress, 2012: 315]

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“A row of six colossal monoliths stand on the topmost terrace. The gigantic stone blocks are from eleven to fourteen feet high, six or more feet in width and vary in thickness from three to over six feet. These 50-ton or so blocks stand joined together without mortar with long dressed stones inserted between the colossal blocks to create an even thickness. The megaliths stand as a single wall oriented southeast. One of the monoliths touts a relief of the “Stairway symbol” of Tiahuancu” that shows the connection between Earth and Sky.  Something interrupted Ollantaytambu’s construction; “stone blocks lie strewn about,” with T-cuts for poured metal clamps in them to hold the blocks together during earthquakes.  The clamp-cuts duplicate those at Tiahanacu.  “A levitation device made the stones leap down the road from the quarry to slides, where the stones would be pushed over the edge and retrieved at the bottom. They would again be made to jump to the river and across, then up to the plaza. During this process, certain stones were “lazy” and could not be made to jump properly and were therefore abandoned.”  [Childress, 2012: 303]

Ollantaytambo Lazy stones

The Anunnaki carved huge blocks of very hard red [porphyry] granite that holds large-grained quartz crystal, from Kachiqhata, the opposite mountainside of Ollantaytambo’s valley.  There builders hewed and shaped the blocks, then, with inverse piezoelectricity, moved them over two streams to slides on each side of the rivers, then up to Ollantaytambo where they raised, precisely placed and fused the blocks together. Though they brought many blocks across the river, the builders left 40 or more on the river’s eastern side. [Childress, 2012: 259 – 303; Lost Realms: 199 – 205]

MACHU PICCHU (Tampu-Tocco)

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On the eastern slope of the Andes, 7,585 feet above the sea, Machu covers 32,500 hectares4,000 feet above a bend in the Urubamba River, “which forms a horseshoe gorge half encircling the city’s perch, 75 miles northwest of Cuzco.  Machu “was situated to control access to Ollantaytambu and Tiahuanacu.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Machu Picchu “first served as a model for Cuzco, then emulated it.” Both Machu and Cuzco “consisted of twelve wards, royal-priestly groupings on the west and residential-functional ones occupied by the Virgins and clan hierarchies on the east separated by wide terraces.  Common people tilled and cultivated the mountainsides.  They lived outside the city and in the surrounding countryside.”

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“Royal residences are built of ashlars [squared facing stones] laid in courses, finely cut and dressed.” In the most ancient area, the Temple of Three Windows, Sacred Plaza [landing platform?] and Principal Temple display huge, precisely-cut stone blocks locked together without mortar. “One of the stones has 32 angles.  Cutting, shaping and angling of the hard granite stones was as though they were soft putty.  White granite stones had to be brought from great distances, through rough terrain and rivers, down valleys and up mountains.

“The Temple of Three Windows has only three walls” and on its open, western side” faces a 7 foot tall pillar for “astronomical sighting purposes.

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“The Principle Temple too has only three walls, some twelve feet tall. The western wall is constructed of just two giant stone blocks held together by a T-shaped stone.”

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A huge monolith, fourteen by five by three feet, rests against the north wall of the Principal Temple. machuPicchuN wall monolith Principal Temple

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Intihuatana: Intihuatanna at Machu

 

 

 

 

 

“Winding steps lead from the northern edge of the Sacred Plaza up a hill whose top was flattened to serve as a platform for the Intihuatana, a stone cut with precision to measure the movements of the sun, determine the solstices and make the sun return, lest it return the Earth to darkness that occurred before.”

The Torreon:


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“At the end of the western part of Machu Picchu, the semicircular Torreon is built of ashlars “creates its own sacred enclosure at the center of which there is a rock that’s been cut and shaped and incised with grooves” like the rock in Jerusalem’s Temple Mound and Mecca’s black stone.  

 

The Cave

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Beneath Machu, lies a huge cave “enlarged and shaped artificially to precise geometric forms, masonry of white granite ashlars.  This is the cave from which the Anunnaki sent the first Inca king to found Cuzco, 75 miles southeast of Machu.  [Childress, 2012:319 -343; Lost Realms 140 – 154]

 

 

 

CUZCO

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Cuzco, which the Anunnaki built sometime after Noah’s Deluge of 10,500 BCE, sits on a promontory called Sacshauman (11,500 feet above sea level) that rises above the Tullaumayo and Rodadero Rivers.  The site panned gold and featured aircraft landing facilities.

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Cuzco’s “older edifices were built of perfectly cut, dressed and shaped stones of brown trachtyte, stones of great size and the oddest shapes that fitted one into another’s angles with precision and without mortar.” megalithic walls at Cuzco

 

Some of Cuzco’s megalithic stones had been melted with added oxygen in temperatures over 1,100 degrees.  This glazed their silicate surfaces,  so the “surfaces even if irregular, feel smooth to touch.”  The builders put each newly placed but still hot stone next to stones already cool and hardened prior-placed jigsaw polygonal blocks. The new, just placed stone stayed fixed in perfect precision against the hardened stones. The new stone became its own separate block of granite, that would then have more blocks fitted into their interlocking positions in the wall. [Childress, 2012: 249]

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The Saschuaman promontory, “shaped like a triangle with its base to the northwest,” rises eight hundred feet above the city below. Cuzco overview Gorges form Saschuaman’s sides and “separates it from the mountain chain which it rejoins at its base.” 

Tunnels, niches and grooves perforate huge rock outcroppings, cut and shaped into giant platforms.  Siphon-fed aquaducts channeled water to wash ores. Childress speculates that one of the tunnels connects Cuzco with Tiahuanacu, though moderns who explored the tunnels never returned to the surface.  “Cuzco started out as a mining camp and processing area, then became a temple.” [Childress, 2012: 246] cusco tunnel

 

 

 

 

 

A flattened area, “hundreds of feet wide and long”–probably an aircraft landing strip marks the promontory’s middle.  From here, aircraft lofted away the nuggets the structures panned. “The narrower edge, elevated above the rest of the promontory, contained circular and rectangular structures under which run passages, tunnels and openings beneath a maze cut into natural rock”–all part of Cuzco’s gold-panning operation.

Three massive walls of massive stones “rise one behind the other, each one higher than the one in front of it to a combined height of sixty feet.” The walls run parallel to each other in a zigzag” and protect this area from the rest of the promontory.  Earth-fills behind each wall created terraces.  The lowest first [Anunnaki-built] wall, built of colossal boulders” weigh ten to twenty tons, many fifteen feet high, fourteen feet long and thick.” One of these boulders in this wall reaches “twenty-seven feet tall and weighs over 300 tons.  As in the city below, faces of these boulders have been artificially dressed to perfect smoothness, beveled at the edges.  The massive blocks lie atop one another, sometimes separated by a thin stone slab. Sacsayhuaman terraces

 

 

 

 

 

 

Everywhere the stones are polygonal, odd sides and angles fitting without mortar into the odd and matching shapes of the adjoining stone blocks.

Larger blocks were Anunnaki; smaller stones, Incan.

Larger blocks were Anunnaki; smaller stones, Incan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 The builders quarried the gigantic stone blocks miles away and moved them “over mountains, valleys, gorges and streams.” 

Cusco quarry     At the center of the front wall, the Gate of Viracocha made a four-foot opening. “Steps then led to a terrace between the first and second walls from which a passage opened against a transverse wall at a right angle” and led to the second terrace. There two entrances at an angle to each other led to the third wall” and “could be blocked by lowering large, specifically fitted stones into the openings. Cusco-Sights-Puma-Puncu-Sacsayhuaman-Madeleine-Ball

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On a nearby plateau, Sitchin noted a cut rock that once held “a mechanical contraption.”

Bed for mechanical tool at Cusco [Lost Realms:  129]

Bed for mechanical tool at Cusco [Lost Realms: 129]

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Walls, conduits, receptacies, channels form a series of water-channeling structures one above the other; rain or spring water could flow from level to level.  A huge hircular area enclosed by megalithic ashlars lies underground at a level permitting the running off of the water from the circular area–a large-scale gold-panning facility. The water was flowed off througth the sluice-chamber and away through the labyrinth.  In the stone vats, what remained was gold.”   

“Facing the cyclopean walls across the wide open flat area, the Chingana (labyrinth), a cliff whose natural features have been artificially enlarged into passages, corridors, chambers, niches, and hollowed-out spaces” featuring “rocks dressed and shaped into horizontal, vertical, and inclined facings, openings, grooves cut in precise angles and geometric shapes, holes drilled down.” gold panning circle, Cuzco

Sitchin says the megalithic builders of Tiahuancu, rather than the very recent Incas, that built Cuzco, long before Inca times.  “One of the Inca mastermasons decided to haul up a stone where the original builders had dropped it.  More than 20,000 Indians, dragging it with great cables.” But the rock rolled down the slope and killed four thousand Indians.”

Coricancha The Coricanchais [conflated into the “Temple of the Sun” by the Spanish] an Anunnaki temple of which a semicircular wall survives, Sitchin wrote, honored Adad. 

The Coricancha adjoined auxiliary temples for Nannar, Inanna and other Anunnaki.  Next to an enclosure, the Acilla-Huasi, we see “a secluded enclave where virgins dedicated to the Great God lived.”[Childress, 2012: 209-254; Lost Realms:120 – 131  ]

CHAVIN DE HUANTAR
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The nation of Chavin appeared suddenly, around 15000BCE or Earlier.”  The main city, Chavin De Huantar–probably a ceremonial center– sits  “at an elevation of 10,000 feet in the Cordillera Blanca range of the northwestern Andes of northern Peru between the coast and the Amazon basin.


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  There in a mountain valley where tributaries of the Maranon River form a triangle, an area of 300,000 square feet was flattened and terraced for complex structures precisely laid out.

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Buildings and plazas form precise rectangulars and squares aligned with east-west as the major axis.”  The builders “ingeniously used the two levels of the tributaries to create a flow for panning gold.  The site once held ultramodern machinery. 

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The site yielded artifacts with motifs from Ninishzidda’s Mayans as they retreated south –jaguars, condors, entwined fangs–Egyptian motifs–the Eye of Marduk/Ra, serpents, pyramids–Mesopotamian motifs–winged disks, Anunnaki headdresses, and trophy statues of Sumerians in pain– and portraits of black African Olmecs holding mining tools.

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Figure on top's bearded, not Native American. Lower left--an Olmec; Lower right, a "giant" with a weapon or tool. (Lost Realms: 192]

Figure on top’s bearded, not Native American. Lower left–an Olmec; Lower right, a “giant” with a weapon or tool. (Lost Realms: 192]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A nearby site shows Gilgamesh of Uruk, Sumer, wrestling two lions.

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The Sumerian trophy statues show straight-nosed Indo-European men from “Asia Minor, Elam and the Indus Valley, the “giants” with metal tools–perhaps part of two invasions, one by Naymlap who landed  at La Plata Island and Equador. Inca histories say Adad and his Sumerian assistants massacred these newcomers.

 The three main buildings rose from terraces that elevated them and leaned them against forty-foot high outer western wall that ran 500 feet and encompassed the complex on three sides and left the site open to the river on the east side.

The southeast corner building– the site’s largest (240 x 250 feet in area)–rose three stories made of smooth-faced incised masonry stone blocks.  “From a terrace on the east a monumental stone stairway led to a gate up to the main building.” Two cylindrical columns flanked the gate.  “Adjoining vertical stone blocks supported a thirty-foot horizontal lintel made of a single monolith.  A double stairway led to towers atop the building. 

Steps led from the eastern terrace at Chavin De Huantar to a sunken plaza surrounded on three sides by rectangular platrorms. A large flat boulder with seven grind holes and a rectangular niche stood “Outside the southwestern corner of the sunken plaza.”

The three buildings featured corridors and inside maze-like passages, connecting galleries rooms and staircased faced with decorated stone slabs.  The stone slabs that roofed the passages set to support the buildings.

The Tello Obelisk

This monolith in the main building engraved Chavin’s tales of  figures  with “human bodies and faces with feline hands, fangs or with wings” as well as animals, birds, trees, gods emitting rocketlike rays, and geometric designs.”
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The Raimondi Monolith  

A seven-foot carved stone on the southwestern edge of the sunken plaza, probably Adad with his thunderbolt and his cult animal, the bull of his grandfather,  Enlil.
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 El Lanzon

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This stone column, enscribed with Adad’s bull, in the Chavin De Huacar’s middle building sticks through a hole in the floor above it. 
[Lost Realms: 184 – 196]

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Paracus Bay 

 Behold the feet-deep ’Candelabra’ in nearby Bay of Paracas, Peru, symbol of Adad-Viracocha, the Great God of South America.

Candelabra, Adad/Viracocha's trademark, Bay of Paracas, Peru

Candelabra, Adad/Viracocha’s trademark, Bay of Paracas, Peru

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

References click here

Anunnaki Who’s Who

Anunnaki Evidence

 More on the Gods of Old: Anunnaki: Gods No More by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.) 

 

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