The ancient Naupa Huaca edifice, in addition to displaying concrete traces of advanced technology, also offers an unusual link with other civilizations around the world. Was this a doorway that connected ancient cultures all across the world?
The Naupa Huaca Ruins’ Mysteries
There are mysterious ancient secrets that scholars cannot explain in Naupa Huaca, Peru, which is just a few kilometers from Ollantaytambo.
There are tales that even before entering this site, a magical golden era may be felt, as if something exceptional occurred here in the distant past and is still occurring.
It doesn’t take long after arriving at the site to grasp the tremendous degree of competence of the architects, who call into question all of humanity’s knowledge of ancient civilizations, particularly their technologies.
The Naupa Huaca cave, like most Inca structures, is located at a high altitude, over 3,000 meters above sea level. But it is the mystery structure that has drawn the attention of researchers a hallowed portal to heaven that makes this cave so fascinating. It has certain odd features that are both incredible and bizarre. It is reported that this is the location of the Inca culture’s ancient doorway.
The Naupa Huaca cave and the enigmatic portals
The astonishing claims and myths about Naupa Huaca emerged mostly as a result of the location’s cryptic design. Despite the fact that it is considered an Inca structure (a point of contention), Naupa Huaca features details that are unlike any other structure in Peru.
The cave entrance is shaped like an inverted V, and it stretches throughout the area. He was convinced that this format was not chosen at random. The walls on the ceiling include micro-cut elements that have been smoothed with laser precision to create two different angles on the ceiling: 52 and 60 degrees.
Archaeologists have discovered that there is only one spot in the world where these two angles appear side by side. They can be seen on the angular slope of the two largest pyramids in Giza, Egypt. This demonstrates the link between ancient works constructed by mankind in the past, despite the fact that Peru and Egypt are more than 12,000 kilometers away.
The angle made by the ceiling, however, is not the most mysterious aspect of the location. The mystery doorway is located below, in the form of a little building lodged in the cave’s sidewall. The construction was dubbed a fake door by the researchers because it did not physically lead anywhere.
It is easy to see that this gateway appears to have been modified with considerable knowledge due to its construction, which has almost perfect lines, sharp corners, and smooth surfaces.
The Andean perspective of the Universe is defined by the three-step design: the creative underworld, the physical middle world, and the ethereal otherworld. The chakra, also known as the Andean Cross — the Incas’ most complete, holy, geometric shape — epitomizes the concept.
Chakana means “bridge” or “cross,” and it refers to how the three realms of existence are linked by a hollow reed, a culturally shared concept in ancient Persia, Egypt, the southwestern United States, and the Celtic world.
Aside from this antique entrance, there is a basaltic altar adjacent to it, which is made up of three wonderfully crafted windows. These features are not limited to this location. Several ancient buildings around the world made a point of lifting big structures that stood out three passages that would allow access to their interior. This demonstrates how the number 3 captivated our forefathers. But why is that?
The mystery don’t stop there. Another irregularity in this structure should be investigated. Its designers chose the exact location on the mountain with the largest concentration of bluestone, a limestone outcrop noted for its magnetic force.
This same stone was used to construct Stonehenge, one of the most significant sites in Earth’s ancient history. To this day, many unsolved riddles surround constructions like Naupa Huaca.
So, who built the Naupa Huaca structures?
In terms of the architect’s identity, the Inca can be ruled out. In terms of scale and quality, Inca masonry pales in contrast. They just inherited and preserved a culture that had long since perished by the 14th century; even the ancient Aymara believed such structures were built long before the Inca.
The masonry at Naupa Huaca is consistent with that seen in Cuzco, Ollantaytambo, and Puma Punku, and what these sites have in common is the tale of Viracocha, a roaming builder god who emerged at Tiwanaku after a catastrophic world flood, now dated to 9703 BC, to help rebuild humanity.
Surprisingly, the same organization arrives in Egypt at the same period as the Aku Shemsu Hor — the Followers of Horus — who are said to be behind the construction of the Egyptian pyramids.
Did the Naupa Huaca structure serve as an ancient doorway connecting to other regions of the world? Is this why there are so many similarities, practically identical, amongst ancient civilizations?