A finding of this significance can completely alter our knowledge of the Stone Age and global history.

Sacsayhuamán, on the outskirts of the old Inca city of Cuzco, is one of the Andes’ most spectacular and intriguing castles, and it remains cloaked in mystery. The topic of how the Sacsayhuamán rocks were transported remains unresolved. Could the angles of the stones give further information on the Sacsayhuamán puzzle?

Author and researcher Dr. Derek Cunningham offered a provocative and fascinating hypothesis.

Based on his research into the Sacsayhuamán complex, he determined that the strange angles made by these stones reflect ancient Inca understanding of astronomical alignments of the Moon, Sun, and Earth and lunar and solar eclipses.

This may not come as a surprise, given that many ancient temples were astronomically oriented.

However, Dr. Cunningham’s argument is unconventional since it centers around the idea that our ancestors produced “writing” at least 30,000 years ago in a geometric form of text based on the movement of the Moon and the Sun.

He claims that this ancient astronomical writing, identical to that found in Sacsayhuamán, can also be found in Europe’s Lascaux and Chauvet caves, the Carved African skeleton of change, and a carved stone around 30,000 years old unearthed in China’s Paleolithic Site of Shuidonggou.

Dr. Cunningham originally got interested in Sacsayhuamán after noticing a succession of strange terrain patterns near-certain Scottish locations. This discovery prompted him to explore for parallels in other old sites, which he did.

He observed that the angles of Sacsayhuamán’s stones reflect something extraordinary:

“Ancient astronomers selected each astronomical value (there are nine standard values in all) to help eclipse prediction.” These astronomical words are a combination of values used by astronomers to measure time (the sidereal month of 27.32 days) and values used to calculate when the Moon, Earth, and Sun align in nodes. This involves using the Moon’s 18.6-year nodal cycle, the 6,511-month average time between eclipse seasons, and the Moon’s orbit’s 5.1-degree angle of inclination. The remaining numbers are usually half-values of different lunar terms or values related to the 11-day gap between lunar and solar years.”

Dr. Cunningham believes that scientists should concentrate their efforts on the secret text revealed at Sacsayhuamán, stating:

“Significant evidence has also been revealed that this ancient writing was utilized, maybe virtually constantly, until 500 years ago.” Analyses of Muisca Tunjo’s statuettes in Colombia have revealed that they were made in the exact astronomical style as Bronze Age figurines recovered in Cyprus.

This finding of such a recent application of a Stone Age inscription prompted me to take a fresh look at Inca construction from the 15th to 16th centuries, famed for its fantastic and complicated interconnected walls.

I wondered if the gigantic polygonal walls of Sacsayhuamán may be aligned with the same astronomical values as the Colombian Muiscan statuettes and the Chilean Atacama Giant. The unexpected answer is yes.”

Cunningham continues:

“What makes this new hypothesis compelling is fundamental and straightforward to test.” More effort is necessary. Although satellite photos cannot replace actual fieldwork, and photographs released online may contain distortions, the data acquired thus far appears consistent.

I don’t care if I’m correct or not. So far, all I’ve discovered is that the data is what it is. The concept of conveying a few facts about so many sites, from the pyramids of Egypt to the Atacama Giant in Chile, is plainly and rightly contentious. However, if right, it has the potential to rewrite some elements of our understanding of not only the Stone Age but also of world history.

If, on the other hand, scientists establish that this particular astronomical theory is incorrect, we may go on, knowing that it has been thoroughly examined. What’s more exciting is that a new complete window for the past has been opened.”

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