What Might The Recently Discovered Nazca Alien Tell Us?

First Published: February 9, 2018 Last updated: February 8th, 2019 Written by: Marcus Lowth Estimated Reading Time: 5 minutes Posted in: Aliens

In the summer of 2017, an announcement of a discovery from journalist, Jaime Maussan, sent ripples around social media. Maussan would even state that the discovery of a mummy would be “one of the most important” of the twenty-first century. If true, he may well be right.

Nazca Alien

According to Maussan the mummified remains belong to “a species unlike anything found in the fossil record!” It may even prove to be of extra-terrestrial origin. The fact that the find took place in Peru only adds further credibility to the discovery. As we will look at shortly, Peru has a long history with apparent alien races “coming from the stars” and interacting with humanity, at least according to the many creation stories of the region.

Ancient astronaut theorists have long held the conviction that such interaction was fact as opposed to mere myth. Perhaps this recent discovery may move them closer to vindication.

The short video below shows the find and some of the facts surrounding it.

A “Most Important” Discovery?

Initial analysis of the preserved body suggests it dates back to somewhere between 245-410 AD. Its positioning is in line with several other human mummy discoveries, but that is where the similarities end.

The creature has only three fingers and three toes, all of which are proportionally longer than they should be. These digits also boast many more joint mechanisms than humans. Inside its ribcage, itself more complicated than a human one, its organs are all still intact.

What is particularly interesting is that Peruvian gods from antiquity have long been depicted as having three fingers and toes. These depictions are everywhere throughout Peru and stretch back thousands of years. As do the stories of these three-fingered “gods coming down from the stars!”

According to Dr. Raymundo Salas Alfaro, who performed CAT scans on the preserve “it is not a fake!” Russian researcher, Dr. Konstantin Korotkov would echo those assertions following the carbon dating of the remains. However, he would urge caution saying “the CAT scan has proven it is a real body” but that the three fingers and toes may be artificially attached. Further analysis would appear to show this is not the case.

However, some have doubts over the discovery. The World Congress on Mummy Studies even claims the find to be a potential “grave robber cut-and-paste job” amid calls for an investigation.

Might this apparently other-worldly discovery be one of the “gods” of ancient Peru? The video below looks at the discovery in a little more detail.

Links To The Past?

The entire continent of South America has many alien tales to tell – both modern accounts and ones dating back to antiquity.

Perhaps one of the most fascinating is the site at Hayu Marca and the “Gate of the Gods!” The discovery of the site, at least in terms of telling the story of it to the outside world, is due to a local tour guide. In preparation for his new job, Jose Luis Delgado would speak to tribes whose history goes back thousands of years. It was one of these conversations that would lead Delgado to Hayu Marca.

Although the location would undoubtedly be a hit with tourists, Delgado would later tell researchers that the descriptions given to him by the tribes matched exactly a recurring dream that had plagued him for many years.

The “gateway” itself consists of a large “T” shape which is, in fact, two doors – one inside the other. According to local legend, “the gods” used the larger doorway to reach “the land of the gods!” The second doorway was for “mortals” but only with express permission from the gods. Furthermore, any mortals that did pass through this doorway would also attain immortality.

Even more intriguing are the tales of Amaru Maru. According to legend, Maru (an Incan high priest) had escaped the Spanish invasion via the doorway. He would take a round disc – the “key of the gods of the seven rays” – to the Shaman who would guard the doorway. Following a certain ritual order, the disc was locked into the wall upon which the rock morphed into a “shimmering tunnel of great blue light!”

The wall at the site does indeed show a “round indentation!”

The Nazca Lines

Megalithic sites and structures can be found throughout Peru. The same can be said of the South American continent as a whole. Sites such as Cusco, Sacsayhuaman, or Machu Picchu all contain evidence of advanced building techniques and technology.

Much like the Pyramids at Giza, the way the mammoth stones are wedged together so that absolutely nothing can penetrate the gaps is mind-blowing. Similarly, the positioning of many of these sites in relation to the stars and certain constellations suggests advanced knowledge of astronomy, to say the least. Even the question of how such huge pieces of rock were moved to some of the most treacherous terrains suggests technology beyond what we have today.

Another of Peru’s fascinating links to the past are the mysterious Nazca Lines. These reside in the south of the country and are huge geoglyphs in the dry preserve of the Nazca desert.

They show various pictures of animals – monkeys, fish, birds, for example – as well as one particularly strange figure nicknamed, “The Spaceman”. These depictions go back anywhere from 500 BC to 500 AD. What is perhaps bizarre then, is that these creations only stand out from high above the ground.

There are many theories about the Nazca Lines and what their purpose might be. Some believe it was an effort to attract aliens back down to Earth. According to some theories, an extra-terrestrial race did land in the South American continent thousands of years ago (as per the creation stories).

This is interesting in it shares the notion with Ancient Egyptian legends of a time when “the gods walked among mankind”.

Saqqara Bird

The Saqqara Bird – Or is it a plane?

Ancient Landing Strips?

Some researchers point to the many miles long lines at Nazca as opposed to the actual pictures. Masterfully straight – as if something has just sliced off the top layer of rock – these lines, to some, are actually ancient landing strips which alien spacecraft would have used to land and depart from.

As crazy as that might appear, a quick look at the Quimbaya artifacts – sometimes referred to as the Tolima Airplanes – make the idea more credible. They came to light in nearby Colombia, and as the name suggests, they look exactly like modern aircraft. Might these items actually depict an alien flying craft from thousands of years ago? Some researchers even suggest, particularly of the many civilizations in the region that simply vanished, these flying machines may even have belonged to them as opposed to an alien race.

Again, we can draw comparisons to Ancient Egypt and a relic known as “The Saqqara Bird”. Despite its name, many point to what appears to be a tail-fin of a modern airplane as well as how straight the wings are and suggest it might actually be a representation of flying craft. We know the Ancient Egyptians, at the very least, understood the principles of flight due to the wooden glider in the Cairo Museum, which dates back to the era.

If the recent discovery does indeed prove to be of extra-terrestrial origin, then perhaps these notions and theories, and how credible they might be, will be open to reexamination.

Check out the video below. It looks at Nazca and its intriguing connections to aliens in antiquity.


About Marcus Lowth

Marcus Lowth is a writer with a love for anything interesting, from UFOs, aliens, and the Ancient Astronaut Theory, to the paranormal, general conspiracies and unsolved mysteries. He also has a passion for film, music, and the NFL. Marcus has been Editor-in-Chief for several years due to his excellent knowledge in these fields. Marcus also regularly appears as an expert on radio talk shows discussing these topics.

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