Ancient Ruins

Inca Ruins

Sacred Valley of the Incas

There is strong energy in this valley. From Pisaq to Ollantaytambo, this 26 mile long valley housed the royalty of the Incas and was considered sacred by them. This valley is very fertile and was said to produce the finest corn (maize) in Inca times. Ruins line this valley where the Vilcanoca (Sacred) River runs through it.


Mysterious Pre-Inca megalithic stonework at Ollantaytambo. Ollantaytambo is rare if not unique in Peru. The gigantic monoliths are part of what was to be a shrine or temple. At some time unknown, and for reasons unknown, work mysteriously stopped on this huge project. There are many other projects that were never completed.

At the northern end of the Sacred Valley, Ollantaytambo has a special spirit about it. The legend goes that a white bearded God, Wiracocha, entered the town and blessed the people. They so honored him, that they carved his face in the mountainside, where you can see it today.


At the southern end of the Sacred Valley, Pisac’s ruins form an enormous condor on the mountainside. Farmers still cultivate the terraces that lead up to the city at the top of the mountain. See the altar at the temple and walk through the rock tunnel.

Strange Stone Carvings

Steps that go nowhere – seats that are hard to get to – are to be found in astonishing abundance in the area around Cusco. They are carved so precisely, with their outside and inside corners so sharp and fine.

The Temple of the Sun – Coricancha

Cuzco, the capital of the Incan empire, was built out of stone and adorned with gold. The Coricancha is a fine example of how the fusion of Inca style and Colonial styles of architecture evolved into the Cusco of today. Originally the site was a ceremonial center featuring a number of stone rectangular buildings laid out as to be the convergence of ley lines connected to numerous ‘huacas’ or power spots.

On the Summer Solstice sun light from the opening in one of the rooms illuminates a specific niche in which sits the Inca chief. The rooms were adorned with elaborate gold ceremonial objects including a huge gold sun disk which was considered sacred. After the Spanish Conquest much of the structure was torn down and reassembled as the Church of Santa Domingo. A considerable amount of the original Inca structure was left intact and integrated into the church structure.

The Temple of the Sun was once the most important temple of the Incas. When the Spanish conquered the Inca Empire, they used the fine Inca stonework to form the base of the Church of Santo Domingo. Inside the church area are some of the buildings built by the Incas that were used by the conquerors for their private quarters.

The temple also served as a tomb for several Incas, or kings. During Inca rule, the Coricancha, or Golden Courtyard, was covered with gold and silver sculptures representing llamas, corn, babies, and the sun.

When the Spaniards conquered Cuzco, the Inca capital, they set about stripping the gold from the temples and melting them down. Legend has it that it took three months to cart all of the gold from the Sun Temple.


Sacsayhuaman (satisfied falcon) – (pronounced like sexy woman) – is an Incan sacred and strategic site above the city, serves as the head of the puma. On the peak of a hill overlooking the city of Cusco lies the ancient fortress of Sacsayhuaman . Once the domain of Inca warriors, nobles and engineers it now stands in ruins but many visitors explore its maze of intricately constructed walls, stairways and structures. After the conquest of Cusco in 1536 most of the inner structures of Sacsayhuaman were dismantled and used to construct Spanish Cusco.

The carved stone walls fit so perfectly that no blade of grass or steel can slide between them. There is no mortar. They often join in complex and irregular surfaces that would appear to be a nightmare for the stonemason. There is usually neither adornment nor inscription. It reminds me of the stones of the Great Pyramid. That too has no inscriptions. One has to wonder who created these great stone edifices with such precision in that timeline with such limited tools. Could they have been created by the same gods? aliens?

Most of these walls are found around Cuzco and the Urubamba River Valley in the Peruvian Andes. There are a few scattered examples elsewhere in the Andes, but almost nowhere else on Earth.

Sacsahuaman was supposedly completed around 1508. It took approximately a crew of 20,000 to 30,000 men working for 60 years to complete it.

Chronicler Garcilaso de la Vega was born around 1530, and raised in the shadow of these walls. He wrote – “This fortress surpasses the constructions known as the seven wonders of the world. For in the case of a long broad wall like that of Babylon, or the colossus of Rhodes, or the pyramids of Egypt, or the other monuments, one can see clearly how they were executed. They did it by summoning an immense body of workers and accumulating more and more material day by day and year by year. They overcame all difficulties by employing human effort over a long period. But it is indeed beyond the power of imagination to understand now these Indians, unacquainted with devices, engines, and implements, could have cut, dressed, raised, and lowered great rocks, more like lumps of hills than building stones, and set them so exactly in their places. For this reason, and because the Indians were so familiar with demons, the work is attributed to enchantment.”

Archaeologists tell us that the walls of Sacsahuaman rose ten feet higher than their remnants. That additional ten feet of stones supplied the building materials for the cathedrals and casas of the conquistadors. It is generally conceded that these stones were much smaller than those lithic monsters that remain. Perhaps the upper part of the walls, constructed of small, regularly-shaped stones was the only part of Sacsahuaman that was built by the Incas and finished in 1508. This could explain why no one at the time of the conquest seemed to know how those mighty walls were built.

Near Sacsayhuaman is Qenko (Zigzag), a carved limestone formation that served as a sacrificial site or temple.

Across from the ruins of Ollantaytambo in the Urubamba Valley stands a sacred mountain believed to have the profile of Viracocha, the Inca sun god, carved into the stone.

[I see not only the head of Viracocha, but long robes and a lamb at the bottom just above the trees [metaphor for Tree of Life.]

He also appears to be riding a horse – Revelation – Revolution –
That which revolves in the Cycles of Time.

Metaphors carved in stone – The Lion and the Lamb – a time of revelation. Gods who went to sacred mountains for answers. Age of Leo – approximately 13,000 = years ago – Precession of the Equinoxes. The Lion – Leo – Light – symbology found in ancient Egypt.

When the sun strikes this profile of Viracocha during the winter solstice, the mineral content of the mountain reflects and refracts the rays. The Inca believed that this was a sign verifying the deity of Viracocha. The solstices were sacred days for the Inca since so much of their culture was based on planting seasons.

The buildings to the right and to the left were constructed by the Inca to store corn as food for winters and as offerings to Viracocha.

Mysterious giant stone sculpture of Aramu Muru, north of Chucuito, Peru

A huge mysterious door-like structure has been discovered in the Hayu Marca mountain region of Southern Peru. Hayu Marca, 35 kilometres from the city of Puno has long been revered by local Indians as the City of the Gods. It has never been fully explored because of the rugged mountain terrain.

Although no actual city has ever been discovered, many of the rock formations of the region resemble buildings and artificial structures. The door, or the Puerta de Hayu Marca (Gate of the gods/spirits) has been at some time in the distant past carved out of a natural rock face and in all measures exactly seven meters in height by seven meters in width with a smaller alcove in the center at the base, which measures in at just under two meters in height.

Jose Luis Delgado Mamani stumbled across the structure while trekking through the surrounding foothills trying to familiarize himself with the area as his job is as a guide for mountaineering tourists.

“I have dreamed of such a construction repeatedly over the years, but in the dream the path to the door was paved with pink marble, and with pink marble statues lining either side of the path. In the dream, I also saw that the smaller door was open and there was a brilliant blue light coming from what looked like a shimmering tunnel. I have commented to my family many times about these dreams, and so when I finally gazed upon the doorway, it was like a revelation from God.”

A gateway to the lands of the gods – In that legend it was said that in times long past, great heroes had gone to join their gods and passed through the gate for a glorious new life of immortality, and on rare occasions those men returned for a short time with their gods to inspect all the lands in the kingdom through the gate.

Another legend tells of the time when the Spanish Conquistadors arrived in Peru, and looted gold and precious stones from the Inca tribes – and one Incan priest of the temple of the seven rays named Aramu Maru fled from his temple with a sacred golden disk known as The Key of the Gods of the Seven Rays.

He hid in the mountains of Hayu Marca. He eventually came upon the doorway which was being watched by shaman priests. He showed them the key of the gods and a ritual was performed with the conclusion of a magical occurrence initiated by the golden disk which opened the portal, and according to the legend blue light did emanate from a tunnel inside. The priest Aramu Maru handed the golden disk to the shaman and then passed through the portal never to be seen again.

Archeologists have observed a small hand sized circular depression on the right hand side of the small entranceway, and have theorized that this is where a small disk could be placed and held by the rock.

Not far from Cusco there is a hill they call the Temple of the Moon. The hill has several caves and many rock carvings. Some of the carvings here show extreme weathering. This most likely was used for ceremonial purposes.

In the foreground was the city’s quarry. Midfield are agricultural terraces, probably for the typical resident. In the background is the Inca Trail winding up the mountain for which the city is named.


These unusual Incan terraces at Moray were an experimental farm taking advantage of different microclimates created by the geometric shapes.


This figure represents the reunion of soul – the male=the left side of your body and the female=right side of your body. These are aspects of who we are – the right/left side coming together [note the hands]. The spirals and small boxes are part of consciousness and how we become aware – see sacred geometry.

The face of the figure takes me to Africa – which links to ancient Egypt – the Middle East – and the story of creation.

All of creation is a repetition of stories that played out across the map of the planet – each evolving with a different cast of characters.

If you were to perceive reality as a virtual game – the matrix – the holodeck – then each ancient civilization – and those more current – not to mention those involving off-planet civilizations – are all programs in a computer that are running simultaneously.

We are experiencing in more than the 3D planet Earth program – the problem is – we do not remember – we are not aware of what we are doing outside the box.We are coming into a time when we will remember all that we are and what our souls are doing beyond third dimension. You understand this best when you wonder what is beyond this reality – what is this ‘mission feeling’ I have – who am I and why am I here?

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