The Nazca arrays

Just a few days before leaving for Peru in early July, I ran across a fascinating hypothesis and paper by James McCanney. What makes it more interesting is that I wasn’t looking for information about the Nazca lines, but instead checking in on his web site, which I haven’t visited in years.

Here are a couple of photos I took from the air. You can find better on the web.

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As with all the later Nazca designs, they are made with a single line. And no one has an even remotely reasonable explanation for them. Well, of course, except for National Geographic, which dismisses them as ritual footpaths. They stop — just barely — short of calling them temples.

However, McCanney has a different idea, and, like his original explanation of the electric universe, it makes more sense than any official story, and as with the ancient “Inca” stonework, involves technologies far in advance of ours. Start this video at 50 minutes for a his background, then the fascinating next hour.

(With the little lower-right YouTube “settings” gear, you can play it at 1.5X or2X speed.)

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Hint: this is a modern cell phone antenna.

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Here is a rundown of various theories about the Nazca lines if you’re interested.

 

One Reply to “The Nazca arrays”

  1. Will watch the video when I find time, but the link to the National Geographic article and the link to the various theories on the lines are already fascinating. I had no idea there were so many ridiculous ideas about these lines.

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