An imposing monument from the Peruvian mountains discovered only a couple of decades ago is believed to be the remnant of an ancient and once-active stargate.
These unusual beliefs are fueled both by some intricate carvings and the local legends of native people speaking of a doorway leading to the realm of their gods. The myths were only known on a local scale until archaeologists reached the site at Hayu Marca. According to aboriginal’s beliefs, their warriors and most esteemed heroes ventured on a journey to the afterlife through this very gate. On the other side, they would reach a realm of immortality where they would celebrate their heroic deeds performed during their lifetime.
The alleged stargate is located in the Hayu Marca mountainous region of southern Peru. It appears carved out of a single massive boulder, with margins stretching seven meters across in both length and width. Centered on this symmetrical ‘entrance’ is another unusual door-like feature. It’s hard to interpret its possible use, but local myths attribute the smaller entrance to mortal souls, while the broader one is regarded as a doorway used by traveling deities. But is there any truth to these stories?
According to Jose Luis Delgado Mamanu, the local mountaineering guide responsible for discovering the Hayu Marca monument, he received meaningful visions of this structure before stumbling across it. In this dream he had, the stone door was enveloped in pink marble and several figures were standing in front of it performing something like a ritual, while also gesturing at the man to pass through the doorway. The story felt hard to digest for the naysayers who suspected the monument had been discovered by pure chance. This is not however the opinion of Delgado.
When I saw the structure for the first time, I almost passed out,” he said in a local newspaper interview. “I have dreamed of such a construction repeteadly over the years, but in the dream, the path to the door was paved with pink marble statues that aligned on both sides of the road. In the dream, I also saw that the smaller door was open and there was a brilliant blue light coming from what looked like a shimmering tunnel.”
The man also said his family can confirm the numerous times he told them about his bizarre dreams, and when he finally reached this holy destination, he understood that this was the work of God or some higher entity.
The local indigenous population supports Delgado’s claims firstly through the name they had given to this area, namely the “City of the Gods.” It’s true that no city has been unearthed at this site so far, but the blocks of stone from the area look like the remnants of buildings erected by human hands, thus shaping the idea of yet another long-forgotten civilization that had thrived in this area long ago.
Probably the legend mostly related to Delgado’s dreams is that of an Inca priest named Amaru Muru from the Temple of the Seven Rays. He snitched the “key of the gods of the seven rays” from within, afraid that the Spanish Conquistadores might make quick work of this sacred artifact. The priest then hid in the mountains of Hayu Marca until the ruthless plunderers were gone, and when he finally arrived at the Gate of the Gods, he met a shaman-priest who was guarding the monument.
From that point forward, a sacred ritual had been initiated having at its center the golden disk retrieved by Amaru Muru. The doorway was shrouded in a blue glimmering light and formed a spinning tunnel of energy through which the priest stepped forward and was never to be seen again. The golden disk was left on the caretaking hands of the guardian shaman and is presumably hidden from prying eyes even today.
Archaeologists performed a thorough analysis of this unusual monument and discovered a tiny depression on the right facet of the doorway designed for mortal souls. This remarkable find gave much credence to the story of the natives, due to the compartment fit for a small disk.
Could this particular spot be the trigger of this inter-dimensional doorway? Is it possible that unconventional structures such as the “Gate of the Gods” at Hayu Marca are relics originating from a long-lost and advanced civilization? According to some investigators, it could well be the case.
There seems to be a striking similarity between the “Gate of the Gods” and the “Puerta Del Sol” at Tiwanaku, along with five other archaeological sites found in the vicinity. Drawing a straight line through these points will result in a cross-like symbol ending at the center plateau of Lake Titicaca, one of the most solemn places of the area.
Two holy gates with unknown meaning located in close proximity goes beyond the coincidental scenario, not to mention the numerous UFOs and unusual phenomenon reported in this region. Could there be a link between these places? Are they really inactive stargates, or portals connecting distant places in the universe, possibly other dimensions? Do other such doorways exist elsewhere on Earth?
Surprisingly or not, the FBI has recently declassified documents attesting that beings for other dimensions have constantly been visiting Earth. Some of these entities are from nearby planets, while others are travelers from different ethereal realms that coexist with our material reality. These entities have the ability to materialize on this plane of existence and appear as huge translucent figures.
With this in mind, is it possible that these beings have transited through gateways such as the one at Hayu Marca, as well as the Gate of the Sun at Tiwanaku, to eventually reach this Earth? Could all these connections prove that inter-dimensional travel is more than just a theory? What are your thoughts on this?
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