In the Peruvian Andes, 500m above the Urubamba river, the "Inca City" Machu Pichu lies at
2360m above sea level. The complex existed long before the Incas. This occupied the first monolothic
construction stage of the complex. Officially, Machu Pichu is associated with the classical
period of the Incas, developed in the middle of the 15th century.

Hiram Bingham, from Yale Univsersity, was the first to disover it in 1911
and called it "Mountain Top".

The remains of the "Inca City" Machu Pichu clearly show two different construction
stages of the city. The monolithic part of the complex is most probably
much more older than what common science indicates.

An interesting detail is shown on these stone blocks that rose apart through an earthquake.
The flat sides of the stones have been deformed and they seamlessly match with each other!
What technical tools were used here? Or, who was in those times in
a position to work the stones in such a way?

Another unexplained stone works, suppressed by the archeologists,
lies on the Altiplano in Bolivia. Puma Puncu the basis of the gods.