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Offline Rivers

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Paranormal investigation
« on: Nov 17 2007 - 11:57AM »
One of the places I feel may prove to be very interesting is in South America. Why has no one ever investigated Machu Pichu for any activity? If they have where are the publications.



Machu Picchu was constructed around 1450, at the height of the Inca Empire, and was abandoned less than 100 years later, as the empire collapsed under Spanish conquest. Although the citadel is located only about 50 miles from Cusco, the Inca capital, it was never found and destroyed by the Spanish, as were many other Inca sites. Over the centuries, the surrounding jungle grew to enshroud the site, and few knew of its existence. In 1911, Yale historian and explorer Hiram Bingham brought the "lost" city to the world’s attention. Bingham and others hypothesized that the citadel was the traditional birthplace of the Inca people or the spiritual center of the "virgins of the suns", while curators of a recent exhibit have speculated that Machu Picchu was a royal retreat.

It is thought that the site was chosen for its unique location and geological features. It is said that the silhouette of the mountain range behind Machu Picchu represents the face of the Inca looking upward towards the sky, with the largest peak, Huayna Picchu (meaning Young Peak), representing his pierced nose.

In 1913, the site received significant publicity after the National Geographic Society devoted their entire April issue to Machu Picchu.

On July 7, 2007, Machu Picchu was voted as one of New Open World Corporation's New Seven Wonders of the World.






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Re: Paranormal investigation
« Reply #1 on: Nov 17 2007 - 12:23PM »
I would love to go there and investigate, construted in 1450......there would have to be something there.  If not it still looks like a beautiful place to visit.

Also maybe it has been, Paranormal investigations don't really get any kind of news coverage.
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Re: Paranormal investigation
« Reply #2 on: Nov 17 2007 - 02:29PM »
This arena is also perportedly one of the highest rated psychic energy sources in the world today. Coming in a few steps higher on that scale is Cusco.
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