Around 13,000 years ago, Viracocha, son of Enlil, Commander of the Goldmining Expedition to Earth from the planet Nibiru, built Pumapunku, a landing platform. His workers later a shrine at Tiahuanco, a quarter of a mile away. He surrounded Pumapumku with a moat and ran canals to Tiahuanaco with water from Lake Titicaca, 15 miles away. He got his workers to dig and line canals that linked hydroponic agricultural and genetic-breeding terraces. The geneticists developed 200 potato types as worker-feed.
Tiahuanaco gave pilgrims a shrine to behold Pumapumku, landing place of the Nibiran gods. Representations of Tiahanaco’s pilgrims remain in its remains.
Viracocha built Pumapumka with sazar technology–harnessing sound to shape and move 300-ton blocks into place. Blocks interlocked and had places to pour metal to brace the stones together.
Georgio Tsoukalos, in Ancient Aliens, tells the ancients’ tale, that the stones traveled through the air, and moved precisely into place in a single night [Tsoukalos, Ancient Aliens Season 4 Disk 2 Chapter 10]
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Michael Tellinger, in Temples of the African gods, shows how the such trumpet-shaped stones were used in South Africa to generate energy and move megaliths.
One wonders about Joshua’s sound capacitation, seven times around Jerico.
What about HAARP?
Do Tibetan monks use sound technology in domes constructed as capacitators to get ETs to hear their prayers?
THE CORAL CASTLE
”With trumpet-shaped, or ice-cream cone-shaped-tools.” That’s how kids saw Edward Leepskalnin direct and shape giant coral stonesTellinger said in a lecture on Maui, July, 2013, is the shape of the toolsa desciption also, of the “Ice Cream Cones” kids described with which the builder of Coral Castle Leedskalnin build single handedly in Florida City. The children who watched Leedskal said he moved giant pieces of coral with an ice-cream cone[trumpet]-shaped [ringstone] in each hand.
“Coral Castle in Homestead, Florida was quarried, fashioned, transported, and constructed by one man: Edward Leedskalnin, a 5-ft. tall, 100-lb. Latvian immigrant.”