Peru & North America – A Comparison of Ancient Sites – With Video of Post at the End

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On a recent trip to Peru, I took the photo above of the beautiful painting of the Ceque System that hanging in the Coricancha in Cusco, Peru.  Cusco is called the Navel of the World, and the Coricancha, a breathtakingly beautiful megalithic masterpiece, is the navel of the Navel.

Coricancha is said to mean in English something like “Golden Enclosure.”  Indeed, it was at one time covered in gold, and reputed to be the home of the one of the Golden Sun Disks of Mu (which was said to be hidden at the time of the Spanish Conquest).  The fabulous gold of the Coricancha is long gone, stolen along with so, so much else by the Conquistadors and Catholic Missionaries.

The Seqe, or Ceque, system, of which the Coricancha was the center, was a huge scheme of sacred geometry, and involved at least 42 ley-lines radiating out from this center.

Literature available on this topic suggests that it referred to the Inca empire, which was partitioned into four divisions, and the empire called itself  Tahuantinsuyu (“four parts”), and the boundary lines separating the four also radiated out from the Coricancha itself.

A chronicler of the time, Bernabe Cobe, wrote that the ceques were conceived as straight lines diverging radially from the Coricancha, the symbolic center of the world, and extending out into the cosmos. 

Sounds like more than the Inca Empire to me….

Then there is the issue of the original Jerusalem being in Peru.  It was called Heru-salem, or Hierosolym, and is said to be built by the Egyptians as their capital, and is where they “laid the cord” (the Ceque System?).  The Temple of Heru in Egyptian (the language is Medu Neter) was Pr-Heru.  Peru.  Here is the link where I found this information:   Hierosolyma

Waitress:  How do you like your history?

Me:  I’ll take my history scrambled, ma’am!

I believe that the advanced Ancient Civilization was the Muur AKA Moor Empire, the ancient Imperial Seat of which is now Monroe, Louisiana (for more on this, see “The Moors were in Unity Consciousness – The Positive Timeline of Humanity was Scrubbed” post on this blog), all of this was connected to one and the same civilization, and not separate civilizations as we have been taught.

Given that I am all about using this blog to provide compelling evidence for what I am saying, I am going to do just that.

The first thing that struck me as I was travelling in Cusco and the surrounding areas was the incredible similarities between Peru and where I live in Arizona.  So I started taking pictures with an eye to capture these similarities.

When I arrived home, just a little over a month ago, I immediately put together a powerpoint showing not only the comparisons between Peru and Arizona, but also of other ancient sites that I have visited in Oklahoma and Arkansas.  I was astonished to find undeniable similarities in those places as well, similarities that I was not aware of when I took the pictures.   I will say that when I took the photos of the places in Oklahoma and Arkansas, I was taking them with an eye to capture them as ancient sites.  So there was an intention set that came back as significant information when they were compared with photos of places in Peru.

What follows are groupings of all these photos into categories to highlight similar characteristics and features that occur in different places over long distances.

Red Rocks

This particular type of red sandstone masonry is found everywhere in these places – in Peru at Amaru Muru, near Lake Titicaca; in Arizona in the Red Rock country of Sedona and the Verde Valley, of which Cornville is a part; and at many different locations in Oklahoma – I have photos of locations in Bethel, OK; Woodward, OK; and Edmond, OK.

Amaru Muru, near Lake Titicaca, Peru
Amaru Muru, near Lake Titicaca in Peru
Cornville Road, Cornville, AZ
Just off Cornville Road, Cornville, AZ
Twin Lakes Reservoir, Bethel, OK
Near Twin Lakes Reservoir, Bethel, OK
Boiling Springs, Woodward, OK
Boiling Springs State Park near, Woodward, OK
Lake Arcadia, Edmond, OK
Lake Arcadia, Edmond, OK

Springs

The first photo is the view from the top of Montezuma’s Well in Rimrock, AZ.  It is a very sacred, ancient, and special place.  It is an artesian well, from 1,500,000 gallons of water emerge from an underground spring, of which the source is unknown.  The whole Verde Valley sits on top of an artesian aquifer, so the name given to what is called the pre-Colombian culture – the Sinagua, or Without Water – in this part of Arizona is a huge misnomer.  There is plenty of water underground, and there is a sophisticated hydrological system in place to convey it, and I will be getting to that shortly.

The story-tellers want to show you the stone structure seen inside the well, and say that it was built by cliff-dwellers; and they don’t want you to realize that the whole structure is intentional ancient masonry, and that the stone structure was built as a shelter by later occupiers .

The next photo is of the beautiful, peaceful spring at Roman Nose State Park in Watonga, Oklahoma (see the “Connecting the Dots, Cracking the Code, and What this Reveals” post in this blog to learn more about Roman Nose).  You can see ancient masonry around the edges of the spring, and I was told by a friend that it is an interdimensional portal.  So are the Antelope and Buffalo Springs in Sulphur, OK, which are reputedly interdimensional portals to the Pyramids of Giza.  Knowing what I know now, that doesn’t surprise me.  At the time, I knew it was meaningful, but I didn’t have the whole picture.

Roman Nose State Park, Watonga, OK
Roman Nose State Park, Watonga, OK

The next photo was taken at Boiling Springs State Park near Woodward, Oklahoma.  This is just one section of a fairly large area containing masonry like this.  Note the similarity to the masonry at the Roman Nose Spring.  These locations are roughly 70 miles apart, and are geometrically aligned on the diagonal of the North American Star Tetrahedron as it goes through Oklahoma.  The Ancients were all about Sacred Geometry, peace, beauty, balance, and harmony.  These are healing places with very good energy.

Boiling Springs State Park near Woodward, OK
Boiling Springs State Park near Woodward, OK

Next is a photo of Magnetic Springs, Arkansas.  This location is very close to the location of the famous Passion Play of Eureka Springs.  I made a trip there because, according to James Tyberron of earth-keeper.com, Magnetic Mountain, of which this spring is a part, is where the Atlantean Platinum Master Crystal of Communication is said to be located.  And in addition to what you see here, there is ancient masonry all through this area.  More on that later in this post.

Magnetic Springs at Eureka Springs, AR
Magnetic Springs at Eureka Springs, AR

Canal & Hydrological Systems

The Ancient Ones of the Advanced Civilization were Master Hydrologists.  In the next photos, I have provided you with evidence of this in Peru, Arizona, Oklahoma, and Arkansas.

The first three photos are in Peru – at Quillarumiyoc (Temple of the Moon); Macchu Picchu; and Tambo Machay.  At all three locations, there were canals like those pictured and other styles, throughout the sites.  Also, I noticed canals with water on either side of the highways on which we travelled outside of Cusco.  I tried to take photos as the bus was travelling, but I didn’t get a good picture depicting this.

Quillarumiyoc, Pero
At Quillarumiyoc (the Temple of the Moon), Peru
Macchu Picchu, Peru
Macchu Picchu, Peru
Tambay Machay, Peru
Tambay Machay, Peru

In Arizona, you find operating canals, such as the one you see here at the bottom of the outside of Montezuma’s Well.  This is a beautiful location, with many clues of the skill of the stonemasons and hydrologists that built it, and in different styles.  It is like a microcosm of styles that I saw in other places as you will see throughout this post.

Montezuma's Well, Rimrock, AZ
Montezuma’s Well, Rimrock, AZ

The picture on the left below is part of a sophisticated hydrology system in Page Springs, Arizona, in the Verde Valley, and just up the road from Montezuma’s Well.  It is at a B & B, and I saw it this spring visiting people staying there.  It is private, so this was the best photo I could get to show you at least a part of what I saw that day because I didn’t take a photo at the time (was not in that mode).

I took the photo on the right was taken at an archeological site called Racqui on the Peruvian Altiplano.

When I returned from Peru, I took all of the Arizona photos that you see in this post because Peru reminded me so much of Arizona.  So in the process of putting together a powerpoint, I found similarities like this, and others, as you will see.

Here is another part of the hydrological system in Page Springs, at one of the many wineries there:

Page Springs Winery, Cornville, AZ
Page Springs Winery, Cornville, AZ

Lastly, I wanted to leave you with some images of dry systems, which turn into rivers when it rains hard.  The one of the top left is outside my front door; the one on the top left is at the beginning of the Cathedral Rock trailhead; and the bottom photo is beside a Sedona, Arizona, neighborhood’s street.  We call them culverts, or something along those lines, and just assume they were  built by nature or the road construction crew.  I beg to differ, as there is an explanation we are simply not told about.

Sedona, AZ Neighborhood Street
Sedona, AZ Neighborhood Street

Like this clear canal bed running alongside the road in downtown Eureka Springs, Arkansas.  One of the many examples which I saw there.

Eureka Springs, AR
Eureka Springs, AR

I have two examples from Oklahoma.  The top photo, again from Boiling Springs State Park, of a waterway there.  The bottom photo was taken at Twin Lakes Reservoir in Bethel, Oklahoma.  With its straight lines, and the appearance of the stone, I see a canal built by the Ancients.

Boiling Springs State Park near Woodward, OK
Boiling Springs State Park near Woodward, OK
Twin Lakes, Bethel, OK
Twin Lakes, Bethel, OK

Similar Features in Different Places

When I was in the process of comparing photos from different places, I noticed all of these previously unrealized similarities:

The photo on the left was taken at Roman Nose State Park in Oklahoma, and the one on the right was taken at Montezuma’s Well in Arizona.

The picture on the left was taken at Lake Thunderbird in Norman, OK, and on the right, at Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness Area in Tulsa, OK.

The next three photos are a grouping of similar design shapes and angles.  The top photo was taken at Heavener Runestone State Park, inside the area where the Runestone (which is now in a building) is located.

The middle photo is a feature of the so-called Cameron’s Bluff on Mt. Magazine in Arkansas.

The bottom photo is what you can see of what looks like masonry, angled in much the same way as the other two photos, just above the waters of Lake Thunderbird in Oklahoma.

Heavener Runestone State Park, Heavener, OK

Mt. Magazine, ARLake Thunderbird 2, Norman, OK

The next two sets of photographs show a comparison of Amaru Muru in Peru, the top two photos; and Sedona, Arizona, the bottom two.

The next sets of photographs show you the beautiful shaped and fitted Ancient masonry, made from what appears to be white, pink, and gray granite.

The two top photos depict stonework from Quillarumiyoc in Peru.  We had some individual meditation time at this location in our tour.  I sat for quite some time in one of the stone wall’s alcoves.  When I got up, I examined the stone work closely.  As you can clearly see, the stones are beautifully textured, fitted, and no two stones are the same.  Each stands alone as an individual, but is perfectly connected with the other stones.

Quillirumiyoc, Peru
Quillirumiyoc, Peru

Temple of the Moon 1

I saw the same thing at Qenko, just outside of Cusco;

Qenko, Peru
Qenko, Peru

and at the Coricancha in Cusco.  Albeit a different style of masonry, the stone material is the same.

Coricancha, Cusco, Peru
Coricancha, Cusco, Peru

Then when I trotted out the photos of other places I had visited several years ago, I found these that I took at Boiling Springs State Park, near Woodward, OK.  I was surprised to see the same white, pink, and gray granite stone material, and masonry similar to what I saw in Peru.

The next photos are of evidence of lost ancient high technology in the form of energy waves and drill holes in stone at the Coricancha in Peru;

Drills holes in stone at the very ancient site of Qenko outside of Cusco;

Qenko, Peru 2

and what appears to be drill holes and evidence of masonry at Cameron’s Bluff on Mt. Magazine in Arkansas.

And also very recently, some friends of mine were visiting the Grand Canyon in Arizona, and,when trekking through a wooded area, came upon these stones with precision drill holes:

Next is a photo of a similar looking material and structure at:  Eureka Springs, Arkansas on the left; and Montezuma’s Well in Arizona on the right.

Next are comparison photos of an interesting and massive stand-alone stone at Macchu Picchu;

Macchu Picchu, Peru

and something that looks actually quite similar in size and shape in the water, very close to the lower part of Montezuma’s Well where the sophisticated hydrological system I showed you earlier runs through.

Montezuma's Well 3, Rimrock, AZ

Next are photos of similarly shaped large masonry blocks in Oklahoma and Peru.

Boiling springs, 3
Boiling Springs State Park, near Woodward, OK

Martin Nature Park is just north of Lake Hefner off of Memorial Drive in Oklahoma City.  Lake Hefner is a man-made lake and one of the reservoirs for OKC.  Please see the “On Chimney Rocks and Man-Made Lakes” post on this blog for more information on this subject.

Martin Nature Park
Martin Nature Park, Northwest Oklahoma City

It is important to note that the Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness Area in Tulsa is really hard to find if you are not from there.  It is marked on a map, but there is no signage anywhere telling you how to get there.  Once you find it, and there is barely signage there, you can find it by the presence of the huge masonry blocks the size of a VW that surround the parking area.

Turkey Mountain
Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness Area, Tulsa, OK
Tambo Machay
Tambo Machay, Peru
Quillarumiyoc
Quillarumiyoc, Peru

Next is what appears to be ancient concrete or cement at Turkey Mountain in Tulsa, and Tambo Machay in Peru;

at Macchu Picchu in Peru, and the Heavener Runestone State Park in Oklahoma;

and at Lake Thunderbird in Norman, Oklahoma.

Lake Thunderbird 3

The next is a series of pictures depicting several similarities.  In the top row, from left to right are:  Cathedral Rock in Sedona, Arizona; Red Rock Canyon in Hinton, Oklahoma; and Macchu Picchu in Peru.  In addition to the similar coloration of the stonework that you see in all three photos, there is an additional phallic symbolism in the first two photos, and what looks like the form of a uterus at the Temple of the Condor in Macchu Picchu.

In this next series, you see from left to right – Quillarumiyoc in Peru; a formation near the trailhead parking lot for Cathedral Rock; and a stone wall beside the road going through Eureka Springs, Arkansas.  The similarities here are, first, the coloration of the stone work.

Then in the first two photos, there is a distinct similarity in shape and style between what you see in Peru, and what you see in Arizona, with of course the difference being that in Arizona, it is called natural – its megalithic origin unacknowledged.  However, you can see masonry cuts in the red rock in the foreground.

Next, the photo on the left was taken at Heavener Runestone State Park in Oklahoma, and on the right at Amaru Muru in Peru.  Amaru Muru is famous as an interdimensional doorway.

The Heavener feature, which looks very similar to Amaru Muru, is completely unacknowledged.  As a matter of fact, it is located on the outskirts of the state park, which has no attention drawn to it whatsoever as it is not part of the main site.  In order to take this picture, I had to go to the edge of what I was seeing as an ancient wall, and lean over a bit when I saw what looked like a window or door carved into the side.

These noteworthy similarities came out in the process of comparing photographs.  The top  & bottom photos on the left were taken at Eureka Springs in Arkansas, and the ones on the right at Macchu Picchu.

The next series of four photos are to show similarities in the landscapes that include pyramidal shapes.  The top photo was taken just outside of the Village of Oak Creek, part of Sedona, Arizona.  The second photo near Quillarumiyoc in Peru.  Below that, on the left, was taken near Amaru Muru, and on the right was taken of a view from a water taxi on Lake Titicaca.

179 & Beaverhead Flats Rd.Temple of the Moon

With regards to the Lake Titicaca photo, I was reminded, when I saw the beautiful reflection in the waters of the Lake (which is an extremely powerful place on the planet), of these other photographs which show perfect reflections.

I really believe this was an intentional effect of the Master Builders of the Earth.  They strove to align Heaven and Earth in all things and at all times.  That is what I see when I look at these photos.  Beauty, Harmony, Balance in Stillness.  They were very capable of creating of this effect.

Here, in the top photo, is a picture of the rock formations that you see on the way to Cutimbo in Peru.  I took the bottom photo of a similar-looking rock formation from the shuttle on my way home from the Phoenix Airport.

Cutimbo 1North of Phoenix I-17

In the next series of photos, on top of the first set there is a photo of Cutimbo in Peru – which is famous for its stone towers called Chullpas; and on the bottom, a photo I took on Beaverhead Flats Road outside of the Village of Oak Creek in Arizona.

Cutimbo 2VOC 1

In this second set, the top photo was taken from the bus on the Peruvian Altiplano, and the bottom was taken on State Road 179, right before you enter the Village of Oak Creek.

Altiplano 1VOC 2

And finally the last sets of pictures.  When I travelled on the Peruvian Altiplano, I really felt like I was in Arizona.  The top two photos were taken on the Peruvian Altiplano, and the bottom two of the Sonoran Desert outside of Phoenix, Arizona, on my way home from the airport.

Andean Altiplano 1Andean Altiplano 2

Sonoran desert phoenix 2Sonoran Desert, Phoenix 1

Evidence like this, and I have much more than this, is why I believe there was an advanced Ancient Civilization that was global and unified.

What we have been taught about history does not explain in any way the consistencies and similarities of form and structure that I am seeing in what I have shared in this post, and worldwide.

Author: Michelle Gibson

I firmly believe there would be no mysteries in history if we had been told the true history. I intend to provide compelling evidence to support this. I have been fascinated by megaliths most of my life, and my journey has led me to uncovering the key to the truth. I found a star tetrahedron on the North American continent by connecting the dots of major cities, and extended the lines out. Then I wrote down the cities that lined lined up primarily in circular fashion, and got an amazing tour of the world of places I had never heard of with remarkable similarities across countries. This whole process, and other pieces of the puzzle that fell into place, brought up information that needs to be brought back into collective awareness.

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