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WORLD WATCH Who Built That? By James Wyson


Unlike what “The X Files” would have us believe, the truth is not out there, it’s right here in this article that serves as the roadmap to the extraterrestrial smoking gun that exists right here on Planet Earth.


For some, believing may be a matter of juxtaposing facts with a conflicting religious belief. For others, it concerns peer pressure, perhaps, or any number of rea- sons ranging from a lackadaisical attitude, ignorance, tunnel vision, complacency, preconceived notions, even fear. As Timothy Good writes in his trade classic, ALIEN CONTACT: TOP SECRET UFO FILES REVEALED: “When... events [such as the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991] are said to have happened, the natural tendency is to disbelieve, partly because we do not want to appear gullible, but also be-cause we are simply confounded when presented with unfa-miliar concepts.”


What would seemingly boost the level of awareness and acceptance would be if: 1) the government acknowledged their presence; 2) more people had actual encounters with them; 3) more people had first-hand accounts from people who had actual encounters; or 4) more people went down to a place called Puma Punku, Bolivia.


As to the former, the government will not acknowledge their presence for fear of what it could do to our social, political, religious and economic institutions. The next two reasons are only representative of a small portion of the population.


For those who care to examine it, there is one bit of evi- dence, in my opinion, that nonetheless locks the whole argument up tighter than an oil drum: Puma Punku.


Just what this magnificent structure was and how it was constructed is an enigma that leaves archeologists baffled even today. Indeed, the underlying question of its origin seems to be not what moved these great archi-tects to build such a colossus, but rather how could pri-mitive people have produced such flawless, intricate stonework?


At 12,000 feet above sea level, Puma Punku is the larg- est megalithic structure on the planet, having been constructed of 50- to 100-ton blocks of granite and dio-rite, the hardest substances known to man. one such stone weighs as much as 800 tons!


Indeed,


The idea that ancient astronauts actually built this structure is not taken seriously by the academic world, but the technology used to construct the place is said to have not been duplicated anywhere else on the planet.


Ostensibly, its seamless construction was pieced togeth- er like a jigsaw puzzle, to the point where one can’t even get a piece of paper between the stones.


The stones--25 feet high, 26 feet long and weighing hundreds of tons--are the largest megalithic stones found anywhere on the planet, the engineering of


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which, accord-ing to the History Channel documentary “Ancient Aliens” (Season IV, Episode 6), can’t be dupli- cated in any way, shape or form even today.


Speculation surrounding the structure’s mysterious evolution is that it may have been a “base camp,” “space port” or “intergalactic outpost” that was assembled with the use of power tools and electricity, tens of thousands of years ago. According to Christopher Dunn, an engi- neer who contributed to the series, such craftsmanship could only be replicated if we had the most sophisti- cated of technology.


The primitive people who occupied this region at the time, the series states, had neither a written language nor use of pulleys or the wheel. The materials used in the construc- tion were the heaviest, most durable materials available. How could these people have lifted these blocks, let alone transported them from several miles away?


The architects and engineers, it is believed, would have had to have had not only knowledge of planning and logistics, but also access to advanced technology, for the simple reason that the stone quarry, from which the rocks were taken, was located nearly 60 miles away. Also, the theory that the stones may have been rolled with the use of log rollers falls by the wayside, when one considers that the area is some 12,800 feet above the tree line. How could this be? Were the stones levi- tated? Were they transported and lifted into place by means of some sort of anti-gravity measure?


The only stone harder than diorite and granite, from which the stones were cut, of course, is diamond. Build- ers therefore could only have achieved this with the use of diamond-augmented saws. The angles and inlay in some of the stones are so precise that no primi-tive peoples could have accomplished this. Not only that, no mortar was used in the construction. The stones were molded with heat, then put into place, then hardened again.


Because of evidence like this, “...the concept of extra- terrestrial visitation,” notes Timothy Good, “will become increasingly acceptable in due course.”


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