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SACSAYHUAMAN, PERU: ANTEDILUVIAN pre~12000 BC CIVILIZATION VI - THE UFO TESTING-LAUNCH SITE
RUSSIAN TEAM OF SCIENTISTS EXPLORES SACSAYHUAMAN - ZIG-ZAGGING FORTRESS-COMPLEX THAT COMPOSES A TEST/LAUNCH SITE FOR THE UNKNOWN TYPE OF FLYING OBJECTS. CONCLUSION: The whole fortress zig-zagging wall was built up for the purpose of dissolving the explosion and sound waves during the tests & launch (take off) of the flying objects. NOTE: One interesting fact - the name SACSAY-HUAMAN (Saksaq Waman) is transliteration of SAK-UNA VIMAAN-AM (means a cross between an aircraft and a rocket - a space shuttle in Sanskrit) and/or SAKTYAADH-I (Saksaq) KARAN-A (Waman) - (production and usage of various fuels used in aircraft) from Vedic texts. Yantra Sarvaswa of Maharshi Bharadwaja, Vimaana Chandrika of Maharshi Narayan, Vyoma Yaana Tantra of Sounaka, and Vyoma Yaanarka of Dandi Natha are describimg some of them. They also contained topics like Maargadhi Karana (Navigation and control of speed during flight), Lohaadhi Karana (alloys used for various components of the aircraft) and Saktyaadhi Karana (production and usage of various fuels used in aircraft). Para Sabda Grahakata is a subject of monitoring the flight tracks of aircraft, navigatory communication system, and monitoring the conversation of the pilots in the aircraft. Maharshi Gouthama mentioned 32 models of aircraft used in Treta Yuga; only one model among them, called Pushpaka Vimaanam, became popular in the Ramayana. The Vaimaanika Sastra describes Tripura Vimaanam that uses a solar powered engine to travel at three levels - on the land, under the surface of water, and in the air. Sakuna Vimaanam is a cross between an aircraft and a rocket - a space shuttle. A symposium on "Science and Technology in ancient India" was organized in December 1990 at B.M. Birla Science Center at Hyderabad, A.P., India. Many topics of ancient Indian aeronautics were discussed. The Vaimanika Prakaranam in Vimana Vignana deals with instruments like Guha Garbha Darsha Yantra which can locate objects hidden underground from an aircraft. A semiconductor ferrite named Chumbaka radiates microwave signals and detects hidden objects. History of the site: Sacsayhuaman (also known as Saksaq Waman) is a walled zig-zagging fortress-complex near the old city of Cusco. Some believe the walls were a form of fortification, while others believe it was only used to form the head of the Puma that Sacsayhuaman along with Cuzco form when seen from above. Like all Inca sites there is still mystery surrounding how they were constructed. In reality Inca have nothing to do with the high technologies of stone cutting in almost all sites in Peru and Bolivia including Sacsayhuaman. Al stone work cutting and laying them together was done by civilization with high technologies that are not known to modern science. Thanks to an as yet unexplained precision in stone-cutting, the structure is built in such a way that a single piece of paper will not fit between two stones. This precision, combined with the rounded corners of the limestone blocks, the variety of their interlocking shapes, and the way the walls lean inward, is thought to increase the ruins' incredible durability for the take-off or testing of some flying objects - and devastating earthquakes in Cuzco have left it undamaged. The Spanish harvested a large quantity of rock from the walls of the structure to build churches in Cuzco, which is why the walls are in perfect condition up to a certain height, and missing above that point. Sacsayhuaman is also noted for an extensive system of underground passages known as chincanas which connect the fortress to other Inca ruins within Cuzco. Several people have died after becoming lost while seeking a supposed treasure buried along the passages. This has led the city of Cuzco to block off the main entrance to the chincanas in Sacsayhuaman. In addition recently archaeologists in Peru have discovered ancient temple ruins on the periphery of the Sacsayhuaman fortress that are predating the Inca Empire. Nevertheless, to be fair with the definitions, - the Sacsayhuaman zig-zag fortress and nearby temple was built in antediluvian times by unknown civilization and was rebuilt later by arriving Ayarmaca and later Inca people. The highest stone shaping and cutting technologies were used to build Sacsayhuaman and near located temple. The visible traces of high technologies in shaping and cutting stones were not known to the technologically primitive Ayarmaca & Inca. Researchers are still waiting for carbon dating tests to verify the age of the ruins. The Incas entered and changed the form of the fortress as it initially had a more advanced architecture. After all, studying all sites in Peru and Bolivia it is obvious that Ayarmaca and later Inca tried to restore already built ancient sites for the purposes of religious worship of gods whom they probably saw in flesh and blood and lived with. Later on all sites built by the gods were worshipped as sacred places.