The enigmatic Gate of the Sun: a 10-ton, ancient structure that challenges MODERN history

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. Located in the vicinity of one of the most marvelous lakes on Earth—Lake Titicaca—The gate of the sun was constructed thousands of years ago by an ancient culture inhabiting modern-day Bolivia, at the archaeological site…

Unravelling the Mystery of The Marcahuasi Ruins and Their Connection with Egypt

The Marcahuasi Ruins are a group of rocks located on a plateau in the Andes Mountains of Peru. These rocks are notable for their curious shapes, and various hypotheses have been put forward to explain their formation. For some, these ruins were carved by human beings, whilst others argue that they had been formed by the forces of nature. There are those who claim that the Marcahuasi Ruins contain some…

Sechin Bajo, Peru: The Location of the Oldest Man-Made Structure of the New World?

Sechin Bajo is an archaeological site in Peru. This site is situated in the Casma Valley of Ancash, a region on the northwestern coast of that South American country. This site is believed to have served as the capital of a pre-Incan culture, and was occupied roughly between 1800 and 1900 BC. More recently, archaeological excavations at the site have unearthed a circular stone plaza amidst its ruins. This has…

300 ft Wall in Bolivia has over 10,000 Dinosaur Footprints

Image source  There is a300 ft Wall in Bolivia which according to researchers has over 10,000 Dinosaur Footprints from approximately 10 Dinosaur species that inhabited our planet some 68 million years ago. by Ancient Code There is an imposing limestone slab of 1.5 kilometers in length located just five kilometers from downtown Sucre in Bolivia. There with over 100 meters in height, visitors can nearly go back in time to…

Archaeologists uncover an imaginary creature among the Nazca lines of Peru

Experts have discovered a new geoglyph 30 meters (100 feet) long among the Nazca lines on an arid plateau in Peru that experts say depicts an imaginary animal with a long tongue. Archaeologists say the rock carving may date back 2,000 years. The ancient people created the image by removing stones and piling them up, according to Andina.com. This technique dates back 2,000 to 2,500 years, said Masato Sakai of…

Father Crespi Mystery Deepens: Ancient Origins Blocked from Further Investigations

Earlier this month we reported on an investigation into the story of Father Crespi and his missing artifacts. The story of Father Crespi is a mysterious and controversial account of a priest in Ecuador involving claims of unknown civilizations, strange golden artifacts, a subterranean cave system containing a metallic library, depictions of figures connecting America to Sumeria, symbols depicting an unknown language, and a Vatican conspiracy involving thousands of missing…

The Palpa Lines: Created 1000 Years Prior to the Nazca Lines

The mysterious Palpa Lines are believed to have been created 1000 years prior to the more famous Nazca Lines. by ancient-code Researchers have been able to identify so far,  more than 1600 Palpa Lines and Geoglyphs. These enigmatic figures are a profound mystery and were created by the Paracas people, well-known for their elongated skulls. While most of us are more familiar with the Nazca lines, the Palpa lines are…

Enduring Mystery Surrounds the Ancient Site of Puma Punku

Puma Punku in Bolivia is one of the world’s most mysterious ancient sites. This remains true for both academic archaeologists and historians as well as rogue historians who investigate the hypothesis of advanced prehistoric civilizations or ancient assistance from extraterrestrials.  Puma Punku covers a large part of the massive ancient city of Tiwanaku and it is located just southeast of Lake Titicaca in the Andes. The city predates Inca presence…

2000-year-old Canals Give Life to Lima as Ancient Structures Utilized to Solve Water Crisis

Peru has been facing a severe water crisis as chronic problems such as polluted water supplies and environmental change combine to undermine the water security of the entire country. However, the city of Lima is now using a series of ancient canals and irrigation channels built by pre-hispanic cultures around 2,000 years ago, and extended by the Wari and the Inca, in order to supply the inhabitants with clean, unpolluted…

Evidence of Advanced Ancient Technology: Ollantaytambo

Located in southern Peru around 60 kilometers northwest of modern-day Cuzco, at an altitude of 9.160 feet is the archaeological megalithic site of Ollantaytambo, in a region labeled by the Inca as the Sacred Valley. by Ancient Code In the distant past, this marvel of ancient engineering served both as both a temple and a fortress, mainstream historians claim Ollantaytambo was built around 1440 AD by the Inca Emperor Pachacuti….

Ten Creepy Images of the Shrunken Heads of Ecuador

Headhunting is a practice that has been carried out by numerous cultures throughout the world. For instance, during the Qin dynasty in ancient China, it is claimed that soldiers collected the heads of their dead enemies, and tied them around their waists. This was intended to terrorise and demoralise their enemies. Despite the fact that headhunting was not too uncommon a practice, the shrinking of human heads is one that…

Evidence of Advanced Ancient Technology: Puma Punku

Pumas Punku is perhaps one of the most incredible ancient sites on planet Earth that displays the incredible stone masonry skills of its mysterious builders. Puma Punku means the door of the puma in the native Aymara language. The precision stone masonry found at Puma Punku is both incredibly mysterious and beautiful, but most interestingly, this ancient archaeological site has features that engineers and architects would have a hard time…

Teotihuacan Structures

At its peak around 500-600 A.D., Teotihuacan contained perhaps 200,000 people. It was a well planned city covering nearly eight square miles and larger and more advanced than any European city of the time. Its civilization was contemporary with that of ancient Rome, and lasted longer – more than 500 years. Though archaeologists have long been fascinated with the site, Teotihuacan’s culture and history are still largely mysterious. The civilization…