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Naupa Iglesia: An Egyptian Portal in the Andes?

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Halfway up a near-vertical ravine in the Andes, someone carved an inverted V-shaped entrance into the mountainside. Then they sliced the bedrock with great precision to create a shallow door that goes nowhere; the same design appears in ancient Persia and Egypt. Then for good measure, they carved an additional altar with three alcoves into an outcrop of bluestone.

This sacred site is named Naupa Iglesia, or more accurately, Naupa Huaca.

Windows into Paradise

It’s not by accident such 'doors' are referred to as spirit doors or windows into paradise: a naupa is an inhabitant of the spirit world, and as it happens, the false door of Naupa Huaca marks the passage of the earth’s electromagnetic currents, the very forces that are known to generate out-of-body states.

It takes a hard heart to stand here and not feel the palpable energy of place. It is transfixing as much as it is bewitching. And perhaps that is the foremost reason why this site was carved in such a remote and inaccessible location in Peru.

The very nature of its location makes any astronomical relationship unlikely, so we are open to entertain the idea that this temple was used for a restricted shamanic ritual . Temples of a similar nature in other parts of the world typically require a difficult access, followed by a sensory deprived environment which generates conditions for the candidate to access other levels of reality.

Musical Measurements

The measurements of the main portal of Naupa Huaca are not random, they conform to musical notation . The length to height ratio is 3:1, making a perfect fifth in the second octave; the ratio of the alcove is 5:6, a minor third.

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The 5:6 ratio is both unusual and filled with specialist information. It perfectly describes the movement of the Earth, whose pole completes one full rotation of its axis every 25,920 years, while the plane of the equator tilts four degrees every 21,000 years — a ratio of 5:6. This accurate calculation of the motion of the planet is also encoded in another unusual temple, the Bent Pyramid of Egypt, whose slope angles encode the same ratio.

Bent pyramid of Sneferu, Dahshur, Egypt. ( CC BY-SA 3.0 )

Dominating the unique environment of Naupa Huaca is the cave ceiling. It has been expertly sliced like butter (bear in mind this we are at an altitude of 9800 feet (2987.04 meters) on the side of a ravine) and smoothed with laser-like precision to create two different yet specific angles: 60 degrees and 52 degrees. There is only one other place on earth where these two numbers appear side by side: the slope angles of the two major pyramids at Giza .

Stone angles on the sheer faces of ravine at Naupa Iglesia. Photograph © Freddy Silva

The violent earthquakes that regularly lay this region of the Andes to waste have exacted a fair share of damage at this site, preventing further exploration into this man-made cave beyond a latter-day low wall of stacked stone that prevents rubble from a partly collapsed ceiling to rain down onto the curious and the intrepid who venture up the mountainside trail.

Still, there’s another anomaly to be examined in this temple: its creator picked the exact spot on the side of the mountain where exists a single outcrop of bluestone. Appearing in stark contrast with the surrounding sandstone, bluestone contains a type of crystal that was used in early radio receivers for its excellent piezoelectric qualities. The rock is also magnetic, another useful feature for shamanic journeying.

Bluestone was also specifically chosen to build the oldest part of Stonehenge, leading its architects to source this sonorous granite 150 miles (241.40 km) away in Wales.

Stones at Carn Menyn, Wales, as an example of bluestone.These dolerite slabs, split by frost action, seem to be stacked, and ready for the taking. (Ceridwen/ CC BY-SA 2.0 )

The outcrop has been expertly shaved into three niches, and although partly dynamited by religious fanatics, the delicate workmanship is still evident. Its central niche is similarly cut to musical notation, the ratio 3:2, a perfect fifth.

Naupa Huaca. Photograph © Freddy Silva

The three-step design defines the Andean view of the Universe: the creative underworld, the physical middleworld, and the ethereal otherworld. The concept is idealized in the chakana, commonly known as the Andean Cross. Chakana literally means 'to bridge or cross,' and it describes how the three levels of existence are connected to each other by a hollow reed — a culturally shared concept in ancient Persia, Egypt, the southwestern United States, and the Celtic world. The oldest iteration of the design is carved on a monolith at Tiwanaku, the world's oldest temple complex, and it differs from the later version in that it is based not a square but a rectangle with a ratio of 5:6.

A carved altar with three alcoves into an outcrop of bluestone. Photograph © Freddy Silva

Ruins at Tiwanaku, Bolivia. ( CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 )

It seems that Naupa Huaca was designed by a cosmic mason for anyone wishing to access another level of reality and communicate with gods which, back in the day, were either forces of nature, or elevated people who personified or understood how to control such forces.

Who Created Naupa Huaca?

As to the identity of the architect, certainly the Inca can be dismissed. Inca stonework pales by comparison in both scale and quality, they merely inherited and maintained a culture that was, by their time in the 14th century, already long-vanished; even the ancient Aymara claimed such temples were made long before the Inca.

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The style of stonework at Naupa Huaca is consistent with that found in Cuzco, Ollantaytambo, and Puma Punku , and what these sites hare in common is the myth of a traveling builder god named Viracocha who, together with seven Shining Ones, appeared at Tiwanaku after a catastrophic world flood, since dated to 9703 BC, to help rebuild humanity.

Viracocha.

Interestingly, the same group appears at the same time in Egypt as the Aku Shemsu Hor — the Followers of Horus.

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Freddy Silva is a best-selling author, and a leading researcher of alternative history, ancient knowledge, sacred sites, and the interaction between temples and consciousness. He is author of many books, including THE LOST ART OF RESURRECTION

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Is This An Egyptian Portal In The Andes?

This strange opening was carved by a random stranger thousands of years ago in the Andes.

This inverted V-shaped entrance was actually spread across the mountainside and sliced and diced right into the bedrock with a precision we can only call robotic.

What’s even stranger about this is that the entrance has also been spotted in ancient Persia and Egypt signaling that whoever did this also did it in those places too.

Next to it, you can also see an additional altar with three alcoves that was carved directly into an outcrop of bluestone.

This site is known to this day as Naupa Iglesia or Naupa Hauca by the locals.

The locals actually believe that these entrances are meant to be spirit doors to the afterlife and since “naupa” directly refers to the person living inside of the spirit world, it is said that going through one of these entrances will instantly have you tested by the gods to see whether you belong here or not.

Whoever approached them has stated that they could feel the surge of power going through them as the energy released from the site is enchanting, to say the least.

Experts believe that this temple was used for a restricted shamanic ritual in the past and that the seismic reaction from the site was done on purpose by the priests.

The actual measurements of the structure are also strange as they perfectly conform to musical notation with their length to height ratio being 3:1 which represents the fifth octave and the alcove ratio in itself being a perfect 5:6 aka the minor third.


Some bread for your sins…

The poor were so hungry they were willing to trade their souls for some sin-soaked bread.

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“When a loved one died in parts of England, Scotland, or Wales in the 18th and 19th centuries, the family would grieve, place bread on the chest of the deceased, and call for a man to sit in front of the body. The family of the deceased watched on as this man, the local professional sin eater, absorbed the sins of the departed’s soul.

The family who hired the sin eater believed that the bread literally soaked up their loved one’s sins once it was eaten, all the misdeeds were passed on to the hired hand. Once the process was complete, the sin eater’s own soul was heavy with the ill deeds of countless men and women from his village or town.

The sin eater paid a high price to help others drift smoothly into the afterlife: the coin he was given was worth a mere four English pence, the equivalent of a few U.S. dollars today. Usually, the only people who would dare risk their immortal being during such a religious era were the very poor, whose desire for a little bread and drink carried them along….”


Naupa Iglesia: An Egyptian Portal in the Andes?

"Halfway up a near-vertical ravine in the Andes, someone carved an inverted V-shaped entrance into the mountainside. Then they sliced the bedrock with great precision to create a shallow door that goes nowhere the same design appears in ancient Persia and Egypt. Then for good measure, they carved an additional altar with three alcoves into an outcrop of bluestone.

This sacred site is named Naupa Iglesia, or more accurately, Naupa Huaca.

Windows into Paradise.
It’s not by accident such ɽoors' are referred to as spirit doors or windows into paradise: a naupa is an inhabitant of the spirit world, and as it happens, the false door of Naupa Huaca marks the passage of the earth’s electromagnetic currents, the very forces that are known to generate out-of-body states.

It takes a hard heart to stand here and not feel the palpable energy of place. It is transfixing as much as it is bewitching. And perhaps that is the foremost reason why this site was carved in such a remote and inaccessible location in Peru. The very nature of its location makes any astronomical relationship unlikely, so we are open to entertain the idea that this temple was used for a restricted shamanic ritual. Temples of a similar nature in other parts of the world typically require a difficult access, followed by a sensory deprived environment which generates conditions for the candidate to access other levels of reality.

Musical Measurements. The measurements of the main portal of Naupa Huaca are not random, they conform to musical notation. The length to height ratio is 3:1, making a perfect fifth in the second octave the ratio of the alcove is 5:6, a minor third.

he 5:6 ratio is both unusual and filled with specialist information. It perfectly describes the movement of the Earth, whose pole completes one full rotation of its axis every 25,920 years, while the plane of the equator tilts four degrees every 21,000 years — a ratio of 5:6. This accurate calculation of the motion of the planet is also encoded in another unusual temple, the Bent Pyramid of Egypt, whose slope angles encode the same ratio.

Dominating the unique environment of Naupa Huaca is the cave ceiling. It has been expertly sliced like butter (bear in mind this we are at an altitude of 9800 feet on the side of a ravine), and smoothed with laser-like precision to create two different yet specific angles: 60 degrees and 52 degrees. There is only one other place on earth where these two numbers appear side by side: the slope angles of the two major pyramids at Giza.

The violent earthquakes that regularly lay this region of the Andes to waste have exacted a fair share of damage at this site, preventing further exploration into this man-made cave beyond a latter-day low wall of stacked stone that prevents rubble from a partly collapsed ceiling to rain down onto the curious and the intrepid who venture up the mountainside trail.

Still, there’s another anomaly to be examined in this temple: its creator picked the exact spot on the side of the mountain where exists a single outcrop of bluestone.

Appearing in stark contrast with the surrounding sandstone, bluestone contains a type of crystal that was used in early radio receivers for its excellent piezoelectric qualities. The rock is also magnetic, another useful feature for shamanic journeying.

Bluestone was also specifically chosen to build the oldest part of Stonehenge, leading its architects to source this sonorous granite 150 miles away in Wales.

. . . The three-step design defines the Andean view of the Universe: the creative underworld, the physical middleworld, and the etherial otherworld. The concept is idealized in the chakana, commonly known as the Andean Cross. Chakana literally means 'to bridge or cross', and it describes how the three levels of existence are connected to each other by a hollow reed — a culturally shared concept in ancient Persia, Egypt, the southwestern United States, and the Celtic world. The oldest iteration of the design is carved on a monolith at Tiwanaku, the world's oldest temple complex, and it differs from the later version in that it is based not a square but a rectangle with a ratio of 5:6."


Ñaupa Iglesia, the Inca gateway into another time

Charged with spiritual energy, with much peace and tranquility, Ñaupa Iglesia is considered a very special walks. It has been a place where people worshiped our ancestors, a place of connection, a place of astronomical events and rituals fir specific dates of the agricultural calendar.

Along the edge of the Sacred Valley, between Urubamba and Ollantaytambo in the district of Pachar, in the middle of steep mountains, lies this archaeological site, “ñaupa iglesia” . It is little known and not yet popular in the tourist market but has much cultural wealth.

Inside the huaca is found a finely carved altar in the direction of the Milky Way and a portal or dimensional gate.

They say that these were projected into the sky certain times of the year and used for making nocturnal observations. Above the edge of the hills, the ancestors determined the positions of stars and constellations known by the Inkas, while the movement of the Sun throughout the year marks significant dates in the sacred calendar of Tahuantinsuyo.

It had to be the site of great announcements of astronomical events associated with ritual fulfillment on specific dates of the agricultural calendar. The alignments thus demonstrate.

Some scholars say that this sanctuary should be called “Choqella” (temple of shining gold) although it could also be “Choqe Illa” (golden talisman “) or” Choqe Killa “(golden moon).

At present this place is visited by pachamamistas who practice 9Andean cosmovision, esoterics, and some tourists.

A few days ago along with my team I went to document this ceremonial center,l that has impressed us a lot. The energy that is emitted in this place and the altar and the door that apparently lead to another dimension in theory, anyway, Is a sacred place with much energy.

Here the images of the waka Ñaupa Church.

The way to get to Ñaupa Iglesia (Walter Coraza Morveli)

Dimensional gate in Ñaupa Iglesia (Walter Coraza Morveli)

A moment to meditate (Walter Coraza Morveli)

In the Waka of Ñaupa Iglesia (Walter Coraza Morveli)

Ñaupa Iglesia and my friends (Walter Coraza Morveli)

The Dimensional Gate in Ñaupa Iglesia (Walter Coraza Morveli)

Outside of the Huaca (Walter Coraza Morveli)

The Dimensional Gate in Ñaupa Iglesia (Walter Coraza Morveli)

Ñaupa Iglesia (Walter Coraza Morveli)

The Altar in Ñaupa Iglesia (Walter Coraza Morveli)


Meet Naupa Huaca—An Ancient “Cosmic” portal hidden in Peru?

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Peru is a place of mythology, history, fascinating inexplicable monuments built long before the Inca and other dominant cultures, and a place filled with incredible mysteries that remain to this day unanswered.

Hidden away near the Sacred Valley of Peru are the ruins of Naupa Huaca, an ancient monument built with such precision that no one can explain how or why it was built.

If we travel not far from one of the most famous places in Peru—Sacred Valley—we find a curious cavern with a strange V-shaped entrance. Inside the cave, a curious rock-carved monument awaits almost as if someone used an extremely advanced ancient technology to manipulate the stone with ease, creating nearly perfect lines, sharp corners, and smooth surfaces. The result is a “False door” which, at least physically, does not lead anywhere. The finely carved “False door” is large enough for a person to sit in comfortably.

Who and why created these intricate designs in the stone is a mystery, but a greater one is most definitely the HOW.

Naupa Huaca features an incredible design that questions our entire knowledge about Andean civilizations and their ancestors. Just how were these incredible structures built? Why were they built in the first place? What type of technology was used? Did the ancients really use stones and wooden tools to carve nearly perfect shapes, smooth surfaces, and perfect lines? Or are we missing something?

Extreme precision. Image credit: Rinda Payne.

Naupa Huaca—an ancient place filled with mystery

The intricate design, smooth surfaces and laser-like cuts seen at Naupa Huaca are breathtaking. At an altitude of nearly 3000 feet above sea level, the ceiling floor of the cave entrance appears as if it was perfectly cut with laser-like tools in order to create two different angles, one of 60º and another one of 52º.

Curiously, as noted by Earth Matrix, some of the more commonly cited degrees of inclination, that is, the angle of rise of the faces of the pyramids to the horizon, of the pyramids of ancient Egypt, are: 52° (The Perfect Pyramid at Meidum) 51° 50′ or 51° 51′ 14″ (among others of The Great Pyramid of Khufu) 52° 20′ 00𔇾 (Second Pyramid of Giza) 51° (Third Pyramid of Giza) among many other distinct degrees of inclination for the pyramids throughout Egypt, which appear to range from 42° 59′ 26″ (Southern Stone Pyramid of Dashur) on up to 75° 20′ 0″ (Pyramid of Rigah).

Anyway, back to Naupa Huaca.

Naupa Huaca features more incredible details. Whoever decided to build this mystical places somehow picked out the exact point of the mountainside where there are traces of blue stone.

In clear contrast to the surrounding sandstone, the blue stone contains a type of crystal that has been used by early radio receivers thanks to its excellent piezoelectric properties. This rock also happens to be magnetic in nature.

What’s even more mind-boggling is the fact that if we travel half way around the world to the U.K. well come across Stonehenge and its magnificent, supermassive stones.

For some reason, “blue stones” were so important that the architects Stonehenge decided to transport them from a distance of more than 200 km away.

Researchers agree that the long-distance transport of the bluestones from Wales to Stonehenge is without a doubt, one of the most remarkable accomplishments of society thousands of years ago.

While many experts have several theories as to how ancient man managed to transport huge boulders across long distances, no one can say for certain how it was done, thousands of years ago, when society was at a very primitive stage according to researchers.

Furthermore, archaeologists have found evidence that the ‘bluestones’ were actually quarried 500 years before they were put into place in Wiltshire, prompting the theory that Stonehenge might actually be a second-hand monument’.

Diving into the mysteries of Naupa Huaca

If the fascinating characteristics of the stone structure aren’t interesting enough, and the perfect lines, sharp corners, and smooth surfaces don’t leave you intrigued, there are several other details that show just how mysterious Naupa Huaca actually is.

The enigmatic false door seems to have been sculpted on three different levels and the basaltic altar to its left has three exquisitely carved windows.

But why three?

To answer this we take a look at the work of author Richard Cassaro.

The author—which has published several books, see here—asks several thought-provoking questions.

Did the world’s first cultures inherit the same high wisdom from the same more ancient but now-vanished Mother Culture?

As noted by Richard, if we take a look at different pyramids and temples around the globe we will notice that ancient pyramid building cultures all built these Triptych—three door—Temples. Does this mean they shared the same religion?

Richard explains that just as the pyramids, the presence of these Triptych Temples worldwide throws enormous weight behind the “Atlantis” theory—the idea that civilization has much older roots than presently accepted by science that there is a major forgotten episode in human history that an advanced ancient culture once flourished but was destroyed in a cataclysm and that history’s first known cultures were inheritors of its legacy.

So is it a coincidence that the false door at Naupa Huaca was sculpted on three different levels and the basaltic altar to its left has three exquisitely carved windows?

The mystery deepens.

If we travel to Machu Picchu—a 15th-century—citadel situated on a mountain ridge 2,430 meters above sea level—we find a curious structure referred to as the temple of the three windows. The temple is located at the southwestern corner of the main plaza. There we find an intricately built stone hall 35 feet long and 14 feet wide containing three trapezoidal windows along one wall, perhaps a rare feature in Inca architecture, but heavily present globally.

Curiously, according to Incan Mythology, the worlds that make up our universe are three: the world below (Ukhu pacha), our physical world (Kay pacha) and the world above (Hanaq pacha). The realms are not solely spatial but were simultaneously spatial and temporal. Although the universe was considered a unified system within Incan cosmology, the division between the worlds was part of the dualism prominent in Incan beliefs, known as Yanantin. This dualism found that everything which existed had both features of any feature (both hot and cold, positive and negative, dark and light, etc.).

Perhaps a great example of this is the so-called Gateway of the Sun, or “La Puerta del Sol” at Tiahauanco. This door is said to represent how all three ‘worlds’ are interconnected.

This ancient ‘portal’ was created out of a single Andesite block weighing approximately 10 tons and is around 9.8 ft. (3.0 m) tall and 13 ft. (4.0 m) wide. Some authors argue that it dates back to around 15,000 BC. It is believed that Tiahuanaco is one of the oldest cultures of South America, having survived from around 1500 B.C. until the year 1000 A.D

And if all of the above has still not caught your interest, the identity of the builders of Naupa Huaca are unknown to history. While Inca stonework is beyond admirable, the technique and precision present at Naupa Huaca seem incomparable to the scale and quality of the Inca.

Like many other ancient places in Peru, Naupa Huaca was most likely erected by a culture who vanished long before the Inca appeared, but made sure their legacy remained for future generations to see and left their history written in stone.


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Around the mid-15th century, the Inca emperor Pachacuti conquered and razed Ollantaytambo the town and the nearby region were incorporated into his personal estate. [1] The emperor rebuilt the town with sumptuous constructions and undertook extensive works of terracing and irrigation in the Urubamba Valley the town provided lodging for the Inca nobility, while the terraces were farmed by yanakuna, retainers of the emperor. [5] After Pachacuti's death, the estate came under the administration of his panaqa, his family clan. [6]

During the Spanish conquest of Peru, Ollantaytambo served as a temporary capital for Manco Inca, leader of the native resistance against the conquistadors. He fortified the town and its approaches in the direction of the former Inca capital of Cusco, which had fallen under Spanish domination. [7] In 1536, on the plain of Mascabamba, near Ollantaytambo, Manco Inca defeated a Spanish expedition, blocking their advance from a set of high terraces and flooding the plain. [8] [9] : 453 Despite his victory, however, Manco Inca did not consider his position tenable, so the following year, he withdrew to the heavily forested site of Vilcabamba, [10] where he established the Neo-Inca State.

In 1540, the native population of Ollantaytambo was assigned in encomienda to Hernando Pizarro. [2]

In the 19th century, the Inca ruins at Ollantaytambo attracted the attention of several foreign explorers among them, Clements Markham, Ephraim Squier, Charles Wiener, and Ernst Middendorf published accounts of their findings. [11]

Hiram Bingham III stopped here in 1911 on his journey up the Urubamba River in search of Machu Picchu. [12]

The town of Ollantaytambo is located along the Patakancha River, close to the point where it joins the Willkanuta River. The main settlement is located on the left margin of the Patakancha with a smaller compound called 'Araqhama on the right margin. The main Inca ceremonial center is located beyond 'Araqhama on a hill called Cerro Bandolista. Several Inca structures are in the surrounding areas, and what follows is a brief description of the main sites.

Town Edit

The main settlement at Ollantaytambo has an orthogonal layout with four longitudinal streets crossed by seven parallel streets. [13] At the center of this grid, the Incas built a large plaza that may have been up to four blocks large it was open to the east and surrounded by halls and other town blocks on its other three sides. [14] [15] All blocks on the southern half of the town were built to the same design each comprised two kancha, walled compounds with four one-room buildings around a central courtyard. [16] Buildings in the northern half are more varied in design however, most are in such a bad condition that their original plan is hard to establish. [17]

Ollantaytambo dates from the late 15th century and has some of the oldest continuously occupied dwellings in South America. [18] Its layout and buildings have been altered to different degrees by later constructions for instance, on the southern edge of the town, an Inca esplanade with the original entrance to the town was rebuilt as a Plaza de Armas surrounded by colonial and republican buildings. [19] The plaza at the center of the town also disappeared, as several buildings were built over it in colonial times. [20]

'Araqhama is a western prolongation of the main settlement, across the Patakancha River it features a large plaza, called Manyaraki, surrounded by constructions made out of adobe and semicut stones. These buildings have a much larger area than their counterparts in the main settlement they also have very tall walls and oversized doors. To the south are other structures, but smaller and built out of fieldstones. Araqhama has been continuously occupied since Inca times, as evidenced by the Roman Catholic church on the eastern side of the plaza. [21] To the north of Manyaraki are several sanctuaries with carved stones, sculpted rock faces, and elaborate waterworks they include the Templo de Agua and the Baño de la Ñusta. [22]

Temple Hill Edit

'Araqhama is bordered to the west by Cerro Bandolista, a steep hill on which the Incas built a ceremonial center. The part of the hill facing the town is occupied by the terraces of Pumatallis, framed on both flanks by rock outcrops. Due to impressive character of these terraces, the Temple Hill is commonly known as the Fortress, but this is a misnomer, as the main functions of this site were religious. The main access to the ceremonial center is a series of stairways that climb to the top of the terrace complex. At this point, the site is divided into three main areas: the Middle sector, directly in front of the terraces the Temple sector, to the south and the Funerary sector, to the north. [23]

The Temple sector is built out of cut and fitted stones in contrast to the other two sectors of the Temple Hill, which are made out of fieldstones. It is accessed by a stairway that ends on a terrace with a half-finished gate and the Enclosure of the Ten Niches, a one-room building. Behind them is an open space which hosts the Platform of the Carved Seat and two unfinished monumental walls. The main structure of the whole sector is the Sun Temple, an uncompleted building which features the Wall of the Six Monoliths. [24] The Middle and Funerary sectors have several rectangular buildings, some of them with two floors also, several fountains are in the Middle sector. [25]

The unfinished structures at the Temple Hill and the numerous stone blocks that litter the site indicate that it was still undergoing construction at the time of its abandonment. Some of the blocks show evidence of having been removed from finished walls, which provides evidence that a major remodeling effort was also underway. [26] Which event halted construction at the Temple Hill is unknown likely candidates include the war of succession between Huáscar and Atahualpa, the Spanish Conquest of Peru, and the retreat of Manco Inca from Ollantaytambo to Vilcabamba,. [27] However it is also theorised that they are the work of a much older pre-incan culture [28]

Terraces Edit

The valleys of the Urubamba and Patakancha Rivers along Ollantaytambo are covered by an extensive set of agricultural terraces or andenes which start at the bottom of the valleys and climb up the surrounding hills. The andenes permitted farming on otherwise unusable terrain they also allowed the Incas to take advantage of the different ecological zones created by variations in altitude. [29] Terraces at Ollantaytambo were built to a higher standard than common Inca agricultural terraces for instance, they have higher walls made of cut stones instead of rough fieldstones. This type of high-prestige terracing is also found in other Inca royal estates such as Chinchero, Pisaq, and Yucay. [30]

A set of sunken terraces starts south of Ollantaytambo's Plaza de Armas, stretching all the way to the Urubamba River. They are about 700 m long, 60 m wide, and up to 15 m below the level of surrounding terraces due to their shape, they are called Callejón, the Spanish word for alley. Land inside Callejón is protected from the wind by lateral walls which also absorb solar radiation during the day and release it during the night this creates a microclimate zone 2 to 3 °C warmer than the ground above it. These conditions allowed the Incas to grow species of plants native to lower altitudes that otherwise could not have flourished at this site. [31]

At the southern end of Callejón, overlooking the Urubamba River, is an Inca site called Q'ellu Raqay. Its interconnected buildings and plazas form an unusual design quite unlike the single-room structures common in Inca architecture. As the site is isolated from the rest of Ollantaytambo and surrounded by an elaborate terraces, it was postulated to be a palace built for emperor Pachacuti. [32]

Storehouses Edit

The Incas built several storehouses or qullqas (Quechua: qollqa) out of fieldstones on the hills surrounding Ollantaytambo. Their location at high altitudes, where more wind and lower temperatures occur, defended their contents against decay. To enhance this effect, the Ollantaytambo qullqas feature ventilation systems. They are thought to have been used to store the production of the agricultural terraces built around the site. [33] Grain would be poured in the windows on the uphill side of each building, then emptied out through the downhill side window. [34]

Quarries Edit

The main quarries of Ollantaytambo were located at Kachiqhata, in a ravine across the Urubamba River some 5 km from the town. The site features three main quarrying areas: Mullup'urku, Kantirayoq, and Sirkusirkuyoq all of them provided blocks of rose rhyolite for the elaborate buildings of the Temple Hill. An elaborate network of roads, ramps, and slides connected them with the main building areas. In the quarries are several chullpas, small stone towers used as burial sites in pre-Hispanic times. [35]

Defenses Edit

As Ollantaytambo is surrounded by mountains, and the main access routes run along the Urubamba Valley there, the Incas built roads connecting the site with Machu Picchu to the west and Pisaq to the east. During the Spanish conquest of Peru, emperor Manco Inca fortified the eastern approaches to fend off Spanish attacks from Cusco during the Battle of Ollantaytambo. The first line of defense was a steep bank of terraces at Pachar, near the confluence of the Anta and Urubamba Rivers. Behind it, the Incas channeled the Urubamba to make it cross the valley from right to left and back, thus forming two more lines, which were backed by the fortifications of Choqana on the left bank and 'Inkapintay on the right bank. Past them, at the plain of Mascabamba, 11 high terraces closed the valley between the mountains and a deep canyon formed by the Urubamba. The only way to continue was through the gate of T'iyupunku, a thick defensive wall with two narrow doorways. To the west of Ollantaytambo, the small fort of Choquequillca defended the road to Machu Picchu. In the event of these fortifications being overrun, the Temple Hill itself with its high terraces provided a last line of defense against invaders. [36]


Naupa Iglesia: Egy egyiptomi kapu az Andokban?

Valaki egy fordított V-alakú bejáratot vésett az Andokban található egyik majdnem függőleges szakadékba féltávnál. Majd nagy pontossággal egy sehová nem vezető ajtót vágott a szikla felszínébe, mellyel megegyező tervezéssel találkozunk az ősi Perzsiában és Egyiptomban. Ráadásul egy kiegészítő oltárt is belevájtak három fülkével együtt a bazaltba. Ezt a szent helyet Naupa Iglesia-nak, pontosabban Naupa Huaca-nak hívják.

Szentély Naupa Iglesia-nál. Photograph © Freddy Silva

A paradicsomba nyíló ablakok

Nem véletlenül hivatkoznak az efféle „ajtókra” a paradicsomba nyíló spirituális kapukként vagy ablakokként: a naupa a szellemvilág egyik lakója, s történetesen a Naupa Huaca álajtaja a föld elektromágneses áramlatainak egyik átjárója, éppen ama erőké, melyekről tudjuk, hogy testen kívüli élményeket idézhetnek elő.

Kemény szívről vall, ha valaki itt áll és nem érzi az érzékelhető erőhelyet. Annyira mellbevágó, mint amennyire elbűvölő. Talán ez volt a legfontosabb oka annak, amiért ezt a helyet Peru egy ilyen távoli és megközelíthetetlen vidékén hozták létre. A helyszín puszta mivolta valószínűtlenné teszi, hogy bármilyen csillagászati kapcsolódása legyen, ezért hajlunk arra, hogy eljátszunk azzal a gondolattal, mely szerint ezt valaha tiltott sámáni rituálék templomaként használták. A világ más tájain az ilyen jellegű templom megkívánja, hogy nehezen lehessen megközelíteni, s ebből adódóan egy ingermegvonásos környezet legyen, mely olyan feltételeket hoz létre, melyek hozzásegítik a jelöltet a magasabb valóságszintekre történő bejutáshoz.

Zenei mérések

Naupa Huaca fő kapujának méretei nem véletlenszerűek, hanem zenei jelölésekhez igazodnak. A hossz-magasság arány 3:1, ami egy kvintet tesz ki a második oktávon a fülke aránya 5:6, ami egy kisterc.

Az 5:6 arány egyszerre szokatlan és különleges információkkal telített. Tökéletesen leírja Föld mozgását, melynek pólusai egy teljes tengelykörüli fordulatot 25620 év alatt tesznek meg, míg az egyenlítő síkja 4 fokkal dől meg minden 21000 évben – az arány 5:6. A bolygó mozgásának pontos számítása szintén bele van kódolva egy másik nem szokványos templomba, az egyiptomi Tört Piramisba, melynek dőlésszöge ugyanezt az arányt mutatja.

A barlang mennyezete uralja Naupa Huaca egyedi környezetét. Szakértő módon úgy alakították ki, mintha ahogy kés hatol a vajba – ne feledkezzünk meg arról, hogy majdnem 3000 méteres magasságban járunk –, s lézerre emlékeztető precizitással tették egyenletessé, ami két különböző, mégis különleges szöget eredménye: egy 60 és egy 52 fokost. A Földön csak egy másik olyan hely van, ahol ez a két szám egymás mellett jelentik meg: a gízai két nagy piramis dőlésszögénél.

A Naupa Iglesia-ban található szakadék meredek falának kő szögei. Photograph © Freddy Silva

Az Andok eme régióját rendszeresen megrázó, pusztító intenzív földrengéseknek része volt a helyszín rongálódásában, ami meghiúsította ebbe az emberalkotta barlangba irányuló további expedíciókat a felhalmozódott kövekből álló modernkori alacsony falon túlra, ami a részben leomlott mennyezet törmelékeinek állta útját, hogy azok a hegyoldalban futó ösvényre merészkedő kíváncsiskodókat és rettenthetetlen emberekre rá ne zuhanjanak.

Mégis, adódik egy másik vizsgálandó anomália is ebben a templomban: a létrehozója pontosan azt a helyet választotta ki a hegyoldalban, ahol egyetlen bazaltkibúvás található. A környező homokkővel nyilvánvaló kontrasztot alkotva, a bazalt egy kristályfajtát tartalmaz, amit a korai rádióvevőkészülékekhez használtak annak kiváló piezoelektromos tulajdonságai miatt. A szikla ugyanakkor mágneses, ami egy hasznos jellegzetesség a sámánikus utazáshoz.

A bazalt (pontosabban a kékkő) ugyanakkor speciálisan Stonehenge legősibb részének a kialakításához választott kőzet, ami arra ösztönözte annak építőmérnökeit, hogy ezt a hangzatos gránitot 150 mérfölddel odébb, Wales-ben bányásszák ki. (Megj. a Fordítótól: a gránit és a bazalt is magmás kőzet, még ha nem is ugyanaz.)

Carn Menyn-ben (Wales) található kövek, melyek a kékkövek egyik példái. A dolerit lapokat a fagy hasította szét, s egymásra vannak halmozva, mintegy szállításra készen.

A kibúvásba szakértelemmel három fülkét vájtak, s bár a vallási fanatikusok részben itt dinamitot robbantottak, a szakszerű kivitelezés továbbra is magától értetődő. A központi fülke hasonló módon zenei jelölések szerint lett kivágva, az arány 3:2, egy kvint.

Naupa Huaca. Photograph © Freddy Silva

A háromlépcsős kialakítás a világegyetem andoki nézőpontját mintázza: a kreatív alvilág, a fizikai középvilág és az éteri másvilág. A koncepciót a chakana-ban eszményesítették meg, amit gyakran az andoki keresztként ismerünk. A chacana szó szerint „áthidalni” vagy „keresztül haladni”, s azt írja le, hogyan kapcsolódik egymáshoz egy üreges nádszálon keresztül a létezés három szintje. Ugyanezt a kulturális elképzelést találjuk az ókori Perzsiában, Egyiptomban, az USA délnyugati államaiban, valamint a kelták világában. E terv legrégibb verziója Tiwanaku monolitjába van vésve, ami a világ legidősebb templomkomplexuma, s abban különbözik a későbbi változattól, hogy nem négyzet, hanem téglalap alakú az 5:6 arány alapján.

A kékkő kibúvásba vésett három fülkés oltár. Photograph © Freddy Silva

Úgy tűnik, hogy Naupa Huaca-t egy kozmikus kőműves tervezte meg mindenki számára, aki a valóság egy másik szintjére kívánt eljutni és az istenekkel szeretett volna kommunikálni, akik napjainkig a természet erői vagy olyan felemelkedett emberek, akik az ilyen erők utalását személyesítették meg vagy ahhoz értettek.

Kik hozták létre Naupa Huaca-t?

Az építész személyazonosságának meghatározása során bizonyosan elvethetjük, hogy inkák lehetettek. Az inka kőfaragások mind méretüket, mind minőségüket tekintve elhalványulnak az összehasonlítás során. Az inkák pusztán megörököltek és fenntartottak egy olyan kultúrát, mely a 14. századra már rég megszűnt. Még az ősi aymarák is azt állították, hogy az ilyen templomokat jóval az inkák előtt hozták létre.

A Naupa Huaca-ban található faragások stílusa összeegyeztethető a Cuzco-ban, Ollantaytambo-ban és Puma Punku-ban találtakkal. Ezeket a helyeket egy közös mítosz kapcsolja össze: az utazó építő istenség, Viracocha, aki a hét Ragyogóval együtt jelent meg Tiwanaku-ban egy katasztrofális vízözönt követően – Kr.e. 9703-ban –, hogy segítsen újra alkotni az emberiséget.

Érdekes ódon ugyanaz a csoport tűnt fel Egyiptomban Aku Shemsu Hor, vagyis Hórusz Követői néven.

Freddy Silva is a best-selling author, and a leading researcher of alternative history, ancient knowledge, sacred sites, and the interaction between temples and consciousness. He is author of many books, including THE LOST ART OF RESURRECTION

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Naupa Huaca Portal: Is this the evidence that all ancient civilizations were secretly connected?

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The ancient Naupa Huaca structure, in addition to showing strong signs of advanced technology, also shows a strange connection with other civilizations around the world. Was this place really a portal that would have linked ancient civilizations around the world?

The entrance to the main cave of Naupa Huaca, overlooking the deep canyon underneath. The “altar” is visible in the foreground (in the shade), together with a wall with niches of much cruder construction © Greg Willis

The mystery of Naupa Huaca ruins

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In Naupa Huaca, which is located just a few kilometres from the city of Ollantaytambo, in Peru, there are enigmatic ancient mysteries that experts are still unable to explain.

There are claims that even before reaching the entrance to this place, a mystic golden era can be sensed as if something great had happened in this place in the distant past and is still happening.

It does not take long, after arriving at the site, to realize the incredible level of skill of the builders who simply throw the questions to all the knowledge of humanity about ancient civilizations, mainly about their technologies.

View of the rock-cut doorway of Naupa Temple, looking into the cave. The cave ceiling appears to have collapsed at some point, burying under a deep pile of rubble whatever was located at the opposite end of the cave © Greg Willis

Like the vast majority of Inca constructions, the Naupa Huaca cave is also located at a high altitude, being almost 3,000 meters above sea level. But what is so impressive about this cave is the mysterious structure that has attracted the attention of researchers ― a sacred door to heaven. It has some unusual features that are incredible and strange at the same time. It is said that this is where the ancient portal of Inca culture is supposedly located.

Naupa Huaca cave and the mysterious portals

The extraordinary claims and stories about Naupa Huaca arose mainly because of the enigmatic architecture of the place. Even though it is considered an Inca construction (it’s highly debated), Naupa Huaca has details that hardly resemble other structures found throughout the country.

The rock cut doorway that in the old Andean traditions would have served for the Naupa to cross into our world from other spaces. Some offerings and candles have been placed on the threshold by local shamans © Greg Willis

The cave entrance is designed in an inverted ‘V’ shape, which extends throughout the area. He believed that this format was not chosen by chance. The walls on the ceiling show micro-cut details, smoothed with laser precision to create two different angles on the ceiling these angles are 52 and 60 degrees.

After further study, archaeologists have noted that there is only one place in the world where these two angles appear side by side. They appear on the angular slope of the two largest pyramids in Giza, Egypt. This shows the connection between ancient works that were built by people in the past, even though Peru and Egypt are more than 12,000 kilometres apart.

But the angle formed by the ceiling is not the biggest mystery of the place. The mysterious portal is below, a small building lodged in the sidewall of the cave. The researchers called the structure a ‘false door’, because it ― at least physically ― does not lead anywhere.

Because of its structure, it is easy to notice that this portal seems to have been manipulated with advanced knowledge (technology), since it has practically perfect lines, sharp corners and smooth surfaces.

The three-step design defines the Andean view of the Universe: the creative underworld, the physical middle-world, and the ethereal otherworld. The concept is idealized in the chakana, commonly known as the Andean Cross — the most complete, holy, geometric design of the Incas.

Chakana literally means ‘to bridge or cross,’ and it describes how the three levels of existence are connected to each other by a hollow reed — a culturally shared concept in ancient Persia, Egypt, the southwestern United States, and the Celtic world.

A carved altar with three alcoves into an outcrop of bluestone © Greg Willis

In addition to this ancient door, there’s a basaltic altar next to it, composed of three perfectly sculpted windows. These characteristics are not seen only in this place. Several ancient buildings around the world made a point of lifting huge buildings in which stood out three passages that would give access to its interior. This shows how the number ‘3’ fascinated our ancient ancestors. But why?

The mysteries do not end here, there is another anomaly to be examined in this construction. Its creators chose the exact point on the mountain where there is the highest concentration of bluestone which is an outcrop of limestone rock well known for its magnetic power.

To add, this same stone was used to build Stonehenge, one of the greatest landmarks in the ancient history of planet Earth. Structures like Naupa Huaca are surrounded by many undecipherable mysteries to this day.

Then who did actually create the Naupa Huaca structures?

As to the identity of the architect, certainly, the Inca can be dismissed. Inca stonework pales by comparison in both scale and quality, they merely inherited and maintained a culture that was, by their time in the 14th century, already long-vanished even the ancient Aymara claimed such temples were made long before the Inca.

The style of stonework at Naupa Huaca is consistent with that found in Cuzco, Ollantaytambo, and Puma Punku, and what these sites have in common is the myth of a travelling builder god named Viracocha who, together with seven Shining Ones, appeared at Tiwanaku after a catastrophic world flood, since dated to 9703 BC, to help rebuild humanity.

Interestingly, the same group appears at the same time in Egypt as the Aku Shemsu Hor — the Followers of Horus ― who are believed to be behind the making of the Egyptian pyramids.

Did the Naupa Huaca structure function as an ancient portal that connected to other parts of the globe? Is that why you can see so many similarities almost identical in several ancient civilizations?


A fascinating site, often overlooked -- A must-see!

This is a relatively unknown archeological site often attributed to the Incas but on further inspection probably was a product of some higher civilization whose technology has been lost in history. It is located near the town of Pachar (where currently a road is being constructed which will cut the travel time from Cusco to the Sacred Valley almost in half). You have to walk along the railroad tracks for a kilometer or so and then climb some very steep stairs up a mountainside. Once you get there, the site is a wonder.

It consists of a large portal with a double false door carved or scooped into the side of the mountain . The precision of the carvings with straight 90 degree angles is astounding. There is at the site also a beautiful black basalt rock with three seats or rectangles carved into it - an altar (?), Also carved is a partial Inca cross - simply beautiful. Once again the precision of the angles and workmanship is phenomenal. Certainly this could not be accomplished by the Incas which had only bronze and stone tools. Modern technology would have trouble duplicating these carvings today. This leads one wonder which civilization was responsible for this work.

In any case, this site is often overlooked by tourists. We were the only ones there and felt like Indiana Jones. Though of course Machu Picchu, Olly, Pisac, Moray are more prominent, this site is intellectually fascinating as well. If you are interested in ancient civilizations or lost technology this site is not to be missed!

Highly recommend place for adventure seekers. High in the mountains, far from to touristic places without tickets- magic place, very little but makes a lot of thoughts what it was in the past.

Situated a short drive from the town of Pachar, just outside of Ollantaytambo, this cave like sacred site is certainly worth the climb along the well marked path from the rail tracks. The main beautiful altar was damaged by dynamite in the past but still retains powerful energy where you can balance masculine and feminine energies to experience oneness in the central portal. The portal cut into the wall on the right has 2 levels: one for your physical body to pass through and one for your spirit to pass through. At the back of the cave, is said to be the main portal where spirits pass between the dimensions. Quieting all expectations,helped me to experience their presence. .

I went there with a group of friends, after reading about the site and seeing photographs of the nicely carved altars used probably for ceremonial purposes linked to the cult of the death. We had trouble to find the site as it was not properly signposted. Basically you have to cross the Pachar bridge, on the left on the road from Urubamba to Ollantaytambo, and continue on the road to Cusco and continue until a bridge where the railroad appear at your right. Walk with due care on the railroad for about 50 ms. And climb the terraces until the cave area uphill which is Naupa iglesia. Unfortunately after all our effort we found a drunk or drugged bunch of foreigners, led by and alleged anthropologist no doubt illegally working as such to take naive tourists there in association with an alleged shaman with a straw dog that attack other people approaching whilst they perform laughable rites of purification whilst sitting cross legged on a beautiful carved niche that possibly was used to set a mummy in the past so wearing and tearing the niche, burning marihuana and other herbs on this unique patrimonial site . in spite of a nearby warning prohibiting to do all these vandalic acts , not just on the grounds of archaeological preservation but also to prevent wild fires. Moreover, these despicable people had all their belongings spread on the impressive black polished carvings on the altar rock that sits at the entrance of the cave were they kneeled after their rite wearing a jaguar skin -a protected species no doubt illegally killed for their benefit- on their heads to "connect" .
when we asked them to remove this items to take a photo their foreign leader and the shaman reacted aggressively towards us and refused to let us do so until they finished their rites but since they're were about six and each a took time to do their rites, we had to leave without taking photos. We went to the Police station in Ollantaytambo to tell our experience. Please do the same in case you encounter these people to preserve Ñaupa Iglesia and your right to visit it.


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