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Tampu tocco, Machu Picchu and the mistery of incas cities

Tampu tocco, Machu Picchu and mysteries of inca cities

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Part I : The works of Fernando Montesinos

Part II : Origin and Migration

Part III : The Inca today

Part IV : Paratoari & Pusharo

The pyramids of Paratoari

These pyramids are based on recent observations of natural origin. But against the discovery of Inca objects and current beliefs suggest that the site was known and used. Sites around Cuzco (Tambomatchay, Kenk'o) showed that the Incas used natural forms for a drawing. If you look at the shape of pyramids, from what is known now, one would think they could have been used to represent the dorsal scales of an alligator. So if the site did indeed use the Incas, we must determine the position of head of the animal, which would be the important place of the area.

The petroglyphs Pusharo, a map?

The Pusharo Petroglyphs are symbols whose existence has been indicated for the first time by a Dominican priest, Friar Vicente de Cenitagoya in 1921. Their meaning is still unknown but we can recognize symbols are probably linked to the Incas. Some forms of animals or geometric appear to represent places. One of them in particular, a face, seems to indicate the position of a natural form in the jungle. Symbols represent-they sometimes cited Inca reproducing architectural shape? What would the interest to a card that specific location? Archaeologist Thierry Jamin studying the wall and a recently discovered many ruins in the region during its search for Paititi. The information on these expeditions are available on www.granpaititi.com.

The hypothesis of Thierry Jamin is that the petroglyph is a map leading to Paititi. Yet it combines the construction of two cities in this region during the conquest of the Inca Tupac Inca Yupanqui. But the conquest took place in Cusco to the Amazon, since we know that the Incas were in Cuzco at the time. Why Paititi, a city important to the Incas, would fall into enemy? "I think if the petroglyphs Pucharo be a card, it could allow, at its inception, joining Cuzco from this place, rather than joining a city further east. The rise of the Inca army is doing in an easterly direction, it may be smart, given the terrain, placing markers to retrace his steps, and not to go forward. It is likely then the design has been enriched with new information based cities built or discovered further east. But I think that the Inca did not know before creating the map. So it may be Paititi. Their rationale was similar to that of Tom Thumb, or a person advancing into unknown territory. Having created a city near the Petroglyphs is also likely because the will to create the map shows a human choice to define this place in one step and this attitude may encourage the creation of a position through which serve to accommodate the 'army during their trip from Cusco.

Part V : Païtiti : City of Knowledge

Pétroglyphe of Pusharo

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