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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 : The works of Fernando Montesinos

Part II : Origin and Migration

Part III : The Inca today

Part IV : Paratoari & Pusharo

Part V : Païtiti : City of Knowledge

The position of Paititi, the el dorado

The Incas had hidden their treasures Paititi. What can we deduce?
Paititi is, according to some texts that make reference to a town in the Amazon jungle where the Incas had hidden mountains of gold promised to Spanish, including a gold chain from two hundred yards which was the size links an inch. Many explorers, adventurers and archaeologists have spent years researching the lost city. Often each of their side, desiring them only fear the glory of this discovery and perhaps the gold that was there. Some are moving into the area of Madre de Dios, northeast of Cusco. However, thinking of a point of view of human behavior, it seems that the position of the city is far from that area. We have already shown that, logically, the region of origin of the Incas was north of Cuzco, running from north to Ollaytantambo Vilcabamba. It seems unlikely that having assembled the Indian followers of the Incas in the region, they have decided to put their gold in a region completely different and probably formerly under the control of another people. If indeed they had no hope of escape and they definitely wanted to hide, why not. But in this case there are caches in all regions that resist many recherches.Non if Paititi is the city where the Incas hid their gold, it lies north of Cusco. The jungle encroaches on the Andes to the east but also north of Cuzco. The vegetation around Machu Picchu, Vilcabamba is the jungle. If the Amazon region is characterized by the extent of jungle, then we can say that the limit is slightly east of Ayacucho, Huancayo ...

The other limits the Amautas empire

If the Incas had hidden the gold in this city, it must be at a distance of Vilcabamba lower than that separating the Cusco. Vilcabamba would indeed be approximately in the center area of origin of the Incas. If Ollaytantambo serves well to protect this area of invasion from the south, the equivalent would be north of that area, thus protecting the invasion from the North. It is also possible that fortresses are located east and west of Machu Picchu is zone.Si Tampu Tocco and the chances are indeed a people from the region of Ayacucho. Considering the writings of Montesinos as relevant, we can conclude that after a defeat at the fortress of the north or east of the area amautas, Inca ancestors, they transferred the body of their king in a remote area thereof, particularly an area at the southern limit of the kingdom to escape the invaders from the north-east. However it is likely that Amautas have disposed of a major city in the northern part of their region. Party which was held disorders mentioned Montesinos because power is transferred to the South, Tampu Tocco, the north had stood abandoned and may even be under the control of Chancas. Under Incan rule, these regions were further controlled. For Paititi never be discovered by the Spaniards and gave a chance to last Inca, it is likely to be found Vilcabamba south of a region inhabited by the Incas, but the latter have been spared if they wanted to lose the battle against the Spanish. Paititi could be the equivalent of Macchu Picchu from the fortress where King died amautas Pachacuti VI, it should be east of Ayacucho. We already know the existence of Vilcashuamán 120 km from Cuzco considered the center of the Inca Empire and the ruins of Wari located 22 miles northeast of Ayacucho. It is possible that the first has had a similar role in Cuzco for this section. It would be a city showing the extreme west of the kingdom Amautas. It includes also the baths for the Incas and other similar churches. This may remind Tambomatchay and Kenk'o. Another surprising fact, if we draw a line perpendicular to the line Cuzco / Machu Picchu via Vilcashuaman, they intersect in a region near Vilcabamba (Espiritu Pampa).
According to the writings of Montesinos, the Amautas won an important battle at the neck of the Raya and then lost a major battle in the same col. During this battle that King amautas was killed and his body brought to Tampu tocco. The problem is that the neck of Raya as we know now does not seem to match. Nothing ruins of a fortress, it is between Cuzco and Lake Titicaca. It is likely that the neck of the writings of Raya Montesinos does not pass the Raya currently known.
Today there are conflicting relations between the peoples of the mountains east of Ayacucho and those in the West. One explanation could be the cause of historic hatred for the last Inca Spanish colonizers, the former Amautas cons opportunities and Spanish.
I think the region of origin of the Incas may therefore be regarded as a diamond with one of the sides would line Cusco / Vilcashuamán the center and close to Espiritu Pampa. The city where the Incas hid the gold would be in the northern part of the diamond and it is therefore in this area that I focus my research if I had to look. I already found some places that could have been chosen to build an important city. The natural lines formed by the ancient Inca terraces in the mountains can guess their presence before.


Paititi the City of Knowledge

Some believe that Paititi is the secret of a lost writing. To assert the existence of a writing, historians rely on the existence of the word written in the language Quechua. If it gives reason to the writings of Montesinos again during periods of disorder, one of King Amautas, Pachacuti VII, forbade the writing, under penalty of death in regions which were formerly governed by its people. This could be a power struggle between Paititi and Tampu-tocco, King Amautas not desiring that the other major city, Paititi, can influence minds, decided to keep their means of communication. If it is indeed in the region dropped by Amautas after their defeat by the chance so we can easily imagine that would be Paititi far north east of Ayacucho, and would, at one time had a development have frightened their ancient dynasty. For cons, the area is wet it is almost certain that any writing placed on the paper will be lost after more than five centuries. The only possible hope would conserve written on stone tablets, which is possible given the importance attached to the rock in the Inca culture, or conservation in a tightly closed. We just hope that the ancestors of the Incas have had time to understand that moisture was a problem in the conservation of paper documents. Did they find a solution that we do not know?

My hypothesis on the location of Paititi.

Following my satellite observations, I observed an area with a position and an interesting aspect. This is the region between these two points: 12 ° 33'27 .26 "S, 73 ° 23'13 .12" W and 12 ° 29'34 .55 "S, 73 ° 30'39 .13" W This zone is located in the central part of the northern part of the diamond mentioned above delimiting Amautas the kingdom. The first point seems to indicate non-vegetated areas of orange color (Figure 1). Color of the rock or buildings? It is especially noteworthy that this difference in color is unique around. At another point, the presence of a surface water a little above, surrounded by rocks and the strange white in the center of the forest encouraged me to think that this place could have been used for rituals (Fig. 2). Overall, this area of interest for the migration of Inca significant. The peaks of mountains can indeed rapidly moving into an area that is not invaded by vegetation. In addition, some water retention makes possible the establishment of a group of people. The displacement is thus greatly simplified.






















































































Fig 1
Païtiti Zone 1


Fig 2
Païtiti Zone 2


 
     
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