Sacred city of the Inca, Machu Picchu is accessibly only by train or through the long winding Inca Trail in Peru. This “lost city” was was never found by Spanish Conquistadors, remaining hidden for centuries after they left.
Machu Picchu is considered one of the greatest architectural feats of the ancient world. The city employed the Inca’s greatest architectural techniques to form its walls and palaces once home to the Inca’s elite. It’s beauty is enhanced by the nearly untouched landscapes that encompass it. Augmented by the lush green jungles beneath it with Orchids blooming all around.
The city rests 8,000 feet above sea level on a ridge that is nestled between two different sized peaks. The lower peak, “Huayna Picchu” (meaning: young peak), has become famous because it’s the one most often photographed along with the ruins.
Unfortunately we know very little about the city itself, its name was lost in the centuries after the conquistadors plundered the land. Its name Machu Picchu simply comes from where its located and actually means “old peak.” It was only discovered in 1911, giving up few clues about its past in the last century despite archeologists best efforts to learn more. Today no one knows how the Inca were even able to place the city’s blocks together so tightly.
There are no end of theories about how the Inca were able to construct the city or why it was placed so high in the mountains however. These theories range from the outlandish to the difficult to ignore. Although academics often ignore every theory put forth about Mach Pichu that doesn’t fit their world view.
If they were to open their eyes even just a little however they might be able to unravel the mysteries of Machu Picchu. For example the fact that Machu Picchu was built so high and left so open strongly suggests the Inca built it for astrology purposes. Sitting on top of the mountains they could have easily found ways to predict the future with the stars the same way their Mayan neighbors did.
Not only that but it is also a powerful place to hold religious ceremonies or to enhance certain psychic abilities. The entire it rests on is filled with natural energies that the Inca could have easily tapped into. Reaching out to the future or other realms with their minds to obtain the unbelievable architectural skilsl needed to build Machu Picchu.
The way the stones have held their shape through the centuries, its still impossible to insert the thinnest blades between the stones, makes it clear the Inca possessed skills far beyond the average human. Where else could they have obtained knowledge that still can’t be matched by modern technology?
Knowledge that they were frustratingly unable to pass down to later generations because of their lack of written language. In fact we know almost nothing about the Inca today because they had no written language. Academics only hope of learning about the Inca and Machu Picchu now lies in the hands of modern day psychics, especially clairvoyants.
People whose natural abilities will allow them to reach out to the lost Incan people to learn about everything that was lost. A feat easily achieved by taping into the enormous amounts of natural energy that permeate the ancient city. All the world needs to do is convince academia to give up its stubborn close minded ways and accept new ways of gathering information.