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Sun Mar 29, 2015, 06:34 PM

3. I found this interesting site, although it doesn't mention the new information. It's from 2014,

and has images from someone's trip to Tiahuanaco. The small images, at least the one I just tested, turn out into big ones, and I'm going to look through them later this evening:

Here's the one I saw:



MY TRIP TO TIAHUANACO AND PUMA PUNKU IN BOLIVIA

10-27 August 2014

by Birgitte Knaus

(Google translation)

Here we share some pictures from our first trip to Tiwanaku and

Puma Punku, which is located about 4,000 meters above the highlands of Bolivia. Within this huge valley, there was once a great city, which later was tragically destroyed by what appears to be a huge explosion of a meteorite or a prehistoric atomic bomb, as was the case with the city of Daorsen in Bosnia or in Sumeria and India.

These blocks were constuidos makes thousands, perhaps even tens of thousands of years and everything was destroyed in a cataclysm, eons back in time.

It is amazing to see this kind of perfection, the way they worked masonry, long before the last ice on our planet.

These buildings were not made by the Incas, if not earlier by an ancient advanced civilization and eventually was forgotten.

I've been busy downloading over a thousand images, classifying and soon will command over Lake Titicaca, Island of the Moon and the Sun and especially the Salar de Uyuni!

May you enjoy the pictures I took during this trip in August 2014!



http://piramidesdebosnia.com/2014/09/06/mi-viaje-a-tiahuanaco-y-puma-punku-en-bolivia/

I want to start looking around for some information later this evening. I hope I can find something but I didn't see the great new stuff, yet. I really want to know, if anything pops up.

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