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Tampu tocco, Machu Picchu and the mistery of incas cities

Tampu tocco, Machu Picchu and mysteries of inca cities

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Part I : Sacred Valley

Part II : Around Cuzco

Part III : Urubamba valley

Part IV : Pisco

Part V : Pachacamac


Find the head, you will find the form. This is the technique with which each form can be understood. Using this technique on the site of Pachacamac, it seems once again that animal forms have been drawn on the ground. We notice many forms. I have highlighted in September, but their number must be larger. It should successfully distinguish between lines and buildings dating from the Inca recent constructions.
In the case of Pachacamac, there was not always terraces that enabled the design but the people who built the site have used the lines formed by rocks and paths. This technique seems to bring more than that used for the Nazca Lines, but the presence of buildings, the head is comparable to that cited above.
Beware, however, a reservation: the more recent buildings or natural forms can be misleading in the absence of ruins. Therefore, I issue a hold on the relevance of those forms which, although it seems like animals, could be hazardous. Indeed Pachacamac seems to be a city originally built on a shema very geometric, like Chan Chan, with no desire to represent shapes. It is more likely that, as in Nazca, the forms have been designed outside of cities. The buildings subsequent to the arrival of the Incas in more areas can describe a shape.
Forms distinguished for the moment are:


    bird
    12°14'20.15"S
    76°53'48.36"O

    Snake
    12°11'11.46"S
    76°50'54.32"O


    bird with snake tail
    12°13'33.19"S
    76°48'33.77"O

    mouse
    12°16'10.00"S
    76°49'9.13"O

    Pelican
    12°11'33.04"S
    76°50'52.61"O

    fig. 1
    bird
    12°14'3.05"S
    76°47'9.67"O

    Turtle
    12°11'34.68"S
    76°53'53.38"O

    (probably
    post incas shape today but could have been an old incas shape )

    woman head
    12°11'48.76"S
    76°54'57.23"O

     



 
     
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