Travel Nazca Lines in Peru Tourist Attractions

Along with the mysterious lines present in the arid zone of Nazca, Peru is also seen comparable lines drawn for many years in California, near the city of Blythe. The Fort Yuma Indian Reservation in the lower Colorado River near this city and therefore, the pictures are named Intaglios Blythe.

Elsewhere in the world can see such pictures in a mysterious Nazca neighborhood, a small town at the mouth of the river that goes to the Pacific Ocean. The city is about 400 kilometers south of Lima in Peru. It is located near the system of valleys and plateaus in the south coast of Peru, where these famous drawings can be seen. Nazca is also the name used for the Nazca culture that flourished in the area sometime around and after the year 300 BC.

The lines - both Nazca and Blythe - only complete if the images are viewed from above (from an airplane). Unlike Peru, where we can no longer meet the indigenous peoples directly related to the drawings, the original inhabitants (Indians) still live in the lower Colorado River near Blythe. Quechan Quetsan or sometimes Yuma, Yuman, Kwtsan, Kwtsaan, is the name of the Indians who live here. The Yuma word comes from an old name used for an ethnic group originating in America.

The town of Yuma, who today prefer to be called rather the Quechan, have long been known as good fighters.

Apart from the well-known type-hypothesis Dänikin foreign imagine everywhere in ancient archeology, if possible, we can explain the purpose of Nazca lines and Blythe, simply:

1 The models correspond to the constellations of stars.

2 The purpose of its creation was a ceremonial (ritual) of characters.

3 The dotted lines in secret places underground.

Ancient aqueducts are actually present in the Nazca region and along with these pictures are very old sky, too, about 2000 years ago.

Even today, these ancient aqueducts (water underground tunnels) are used for irrigation in the region of Nazca and belong to an unprecedented construction works of the few South American Indians.

Underground water tunnels are accessible today. It is therefore very likely that these lines may contain encoded information about how to find underground spaces. We can go even further and think of these theoretical underground sites as having a connection of ancient secrets, or even the ways of Agharta.

Lore Cachora, the largest Quetsan says the drawings were used for rituals and how these patterns to produce a complete picture of the only previous ceremonies, religious took place in them. The Indians used them for the same purpose we use our churches today. Cachora Lore also says that the figures of the drawings represent deities of creation. One is a deity Mastamho - the grandson of Mother Earth (Pachamama) and the Heavenly Father.

David Whitley, a leading expert on ancient drawings, confirms this, too. In his view, the meaning of the carvings ceremonial Blythe could have the same creative spirit of the ancient Nazca lines owned, but unfortunately we can not say for sure. The final height Blythe photo of Creation, but as the Nazca lines in Peru are concerned, we do not have enough arguments to say that.

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