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TIDBIT: SPANISH, PERUVIAN, AND FRENCH ARCHAEOLOGISTS DISCOVER CHAMBER ...

This came to me from Mr. V.T. and it's definitely worth sharing: more and more the ancient sites of Latin America are uncovering some surprises:

For more than fifteen years, Thierry Jamin, French Archaeologist and adventurer, explores the jungles of South Peru in every possible direction, searching for clues of the permanent presence of the Incas in the Amazonian forest, and the legendary lost city of Paititi.

What interests me is less the treasure trove of bullion, and more the possibility that we might be looking at records....?

4 thoughts on “ TIDBIT: SPANISH, PERUVIAN, AND FRENCH ARCHAEOLOGISTS DISCOVER CHAMBER ...”

  1. I always enjoyed those stories of young Peruvian kids wandering into some of these tunnels accidentally and returning after a few days with token gifts of gold and no memory of what transpired. Possibly this was the final escape route of the last Incas as they were cornered at Machu Pichu and disappeared mysteriously?

    The legends of tunnels crisscrossing Peru and much of South America are numerous. Possibly the older cultures knew it was imperative to have an underground getaway because of the Earth and Sun’s fickleness. Maybe the newer culture of the Breakaway Civilization has learned that as well.

  2. INTERESTING!

    How soon before a ‘natural’ disaster closes off access, followed by appearance of helicopters with ‘humanitarian’ aid?

  3. What embarrassment to our Elites await with opening of this archaeological site. Our scientific establisment is as dogmatic as our religious and political ones. What houses of cards will fall if we will even see hear about in our life time. Awaiting more shoes to fall.

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