Skip to comments.The Living Stones of Sacsayhuaman
Posted on 01/17/2020 6:47:08 PM PST by wildbill
The documentary "The Living Stones of Sacsayhuaman" At the beginning of July 2012 the Ministry of Culture of Peru invited a group of Russian geophysicists to research the issues dealing with the soil of the archaeological complex of Sacsayhuaman. In the course of completing this task there were collected interesting historic and archaeological data and a substantial amount of photo and video materials that were provided the basis for production of this movie. http://www.arcanafactor.org/ https://www.facebook.com/ArcanaFactor firstname.lastname@example.org
(Excerpt) Read more at youtube.com ...
They cover some ruins that I haven't seen before in any length such as Sacsayhuaman. More mysteries about the construction but they don't offer theories on how the ANCIENT architecture was constructed--but they are very interesting when commented on the actual clues and the problems with most theories. Worth a look and some more thoughts from FReepers on this interesting subject
I’m still curious about the moving rocks in the “Living Desert”.
Bump to watch later.
It is really interesting to see in person - the scale of it and the incredibly tight fit of the stones.
There are some podcasts that you might find interesting. I fell down that rabbit hole a few years ago when researching for a book. Long story on that another time, two volumes are done and the third is still waiting...
Anyway, the podcast Earth Ancients is interesting. I do not particularly like the host’s interview style, but he has gotten a bit better over the years. Pretty much all the guests are independent researchers...nothing wrong with that at all...years back everyone was self taught. Anyway...Earth Ancients.
Another one is anything with Randall Carlson. He has a relatively new podcast called Kosmographia. Uploading newer episodes is not his strong point, but much of the newer stuff can be found on youtube under the channel: cosmicgeorex (?)
Grimerica has a couple of stoner guys from Calgary. Their guests are wide ranging, but at times have guests that touch on ancient history. In their naivete, they end up asking pretty good questions.
There are other podcasts that offer guests on this topic. They are numerous and I can’t begin to list them all, as they tend to disappear into the digital ether on occasion, but if you can find them and download their shows before they go away, then you will be rewarded.
Enjoy and hope you get some tidbits of information that begin to expand the horizons...
For example, one thing I was researching was how ancients moved things like stones. After listening to many such researchers, I came to the conclusion, (for story purposes) that sound and sound waves were used to move stone. It was also used to redusce stone to a point of a jelly like consistency so that it could be “formed,” and thus the vitrified look we see in ancient Peruvian structures. In fact it is the older structures that are more complex versus the newer construction.
Would using sound to shape building materials be anything like blowing trumpets in Jericho so that the walls would come down?
Well, It would be something like that. I got the idea from a couple of sources. First are the rining stones of South Africa which were found with donut shaped stones. One of these stones were take through the airport in Denver and reportedly destroyed the imaging machine because of how it focused energy or sound waves of the machine. So, I figured if these stones were used to focus a certain frequency of a rining stone, then things could happen.
I wanted to try and come up with technologies that could be viable and realistic but representative of a different path than today. Light was problematic, but something along the lines of piezio-electric, crystals and the Bagdhad battery.
I need to correct something...I wrote CosmicGeoRex, but the correct youtube channel is GeoCosmicRex along with Kosmosgraphia
I clicked on your link and had to smile as it was one that I’ve viewed in the past.
My memory is such with somethings I cannot recall titles and such... I just enjoy the clips for sheer enjoyment rather than being able to retain for discussion.
That said, I often fall in the rabbit hole once I click on these clips and go for days and weeks from one clip to another.
Thank you, for posting this one! I’m going to view it, again!
And those shapes? It is mind-blowing how they manage to have odd shaped rocks fit just right!!
You mean the rocks at the "Racetrack" in Death Valley? High winds on a muddy surface move them.
For later read.
The famous picture of the rock with its long trail behind it in the middle of the desert is great. Ancient “rock and roll”.
There are at least two documented cases of stones being moved by sound mentioned and described in Gods of Eden Pp. 66-97 by Andrew Collins - one is Dr Jarl and a guy called ‘Linauer’. Both were during the 1930s in Tibet in separate incidents. Another is ‘
John Keely 1827-98 who invented an apparatus that would move done by sound waves.
(Yes I know about the Coral Castle - there’s even a video on Youtube showing how it was done).
see post 10
“The Living Stones”...
No mention of Mick Jagger or Keith Richards?
The conquistador did say his conscious weighed heavily as they destroyed this civilization with their own cruel ways.
Can you imagine a project engineer calling over one of the foremen:
“Hey, TooMuchaCoca, that last 80 ton stone has to go back.”
‘But..but..Bigabossa, we carried that bastard from the quarry, across the river, and up 10,451 vagas.”
“Yeah, but Aper Snikita, in Quality Control says the 8 sides don’t fit into the surrounding stones and he can slip a piece of paper in between the other stones on 5 sides.”
“C’mon Man, couldn’t you do some magic and make the faulty one disappear? You know the old union mantra, “we disappear our mistakes, heh heh?”
“OK, just one more time, but you gotta lay off the leaves with Hammerin’ BObo. Way too many errors in your crew.
“Thanks, Man. We got a 100 tonner comin up the cliff now that is perfect, I swear.”
Mick and Keith are forming a new band—The Grateful Stones
Carlson has some really good videos.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.