Does this fascinating video provide enough evidence that advanced technology existed over 12,000 years ago at Puma Punku? Many people argue that the evidence is there, but mainstream scholars have decided to ignore it.
August 22, 2016
If ancient mankind had access to advanced technology thousands of years ago, wouldn’t we find traces of such technology today?
What if we have come across these clues, but failed to identify them? What if the truth about ancient civilizations and their extremely advanced knowledge is right in front of us, but we are to close minded to see it?
Many people argue that thousands of years, many ancient cultures existed on Earth with extremely advanced knowledge and technology.
This technology allowed them to erect some of the most fascinating ancient structures on Earth.
Even though there are countless ancient sites with that have ‘traces of advanced technology’ on our planet, in this article, we take a look at Puma Punku.
It isn’t a surprise to learn that thousands of years ago, ancient cultures inhabiting the Americas –and other parts of the world— did not have any trouble at all to work with extremely hard materials like gray granite, basalt or even quartzite. But how is this possible? How did they do it?
What kind of technology did ancient people at Puma Punku use over 12,000 years ago, that allowed them to create fascinating monuments that defy logic?
Somehow, the builders of Puma Punku managed to work with massive pieces of stones that weigh over 200 tons a piece.
Among the most interesting clues that are indicative of advanced technology at Puma Punku are the massive stones with INCREDIBLE FEATURES: perfectly shaped corners, precision cuts that are reminiscent of modern day laser tools, and such perfection among the stones fitted together in such a way that not a single sheet of paper could fit in between them.
NBut not only are these ‘clues’ evidence of advanced knowledge, but these features are also proof of a high level of geometry and mathematics that was present among people over 10,000 years ago.
Ancient cultures inhabiting modern-day Bolivia, Peru, and other parts of the Americas were many things but PRIMITIVE NOT.
Ancient sites like Puma Punku provide hard evidence that thousands of years ago, an advanced level engineering was present among ancient builders that allowed them to create precisely drilled holes into andesite rock found at numerous sites.
Even though researchers have analyzed and researched sites like Puma Punku, they have still failed to explain how all of this was achieved over 12,000 years ago.
How did the ancients manage to drill nearly perfect holes into one of the hardest types of rocks on the planet?
Did they achieve this with the use of primitive tools, with Sticks and stones as some have suggested?
This fascinating video by Brien Foerster shows us just how advanced ancient cultures were over 10,000 years ago.
The evidence of lost ancient knowledge is there; we just need to take a closer look and understand what we are looking at.
As author and researcher Brien Foerster explains: “Contrary to what most academics believe, Puma Punku on the altiplano of Bolivia could not have been made by the Tiwanaku culture 1000 to 2000 years ago, as they were a Bronze Age people. The stone work we see would require advanced high technology to produce, as in 21st-century capability. It is clear that the site was destroyed by a cataclysm 11,700 years ago, and thus must be at least 12,000 years old.”