Ancient Inca map

INCA INTI PUNCHACO QORIKANCHA star map of the Pleiades
November 1, 2018 – 12:08 pm
#1 of Ancient Inca Ruins

Firstly, look at the inca art above for what a puma's head looks like with their important art style. I I am sure I have found a match! It is accepted now by historians and researchers that the layout of the city of has been built to emulate a ‘cosmic’ puma. Although I am in agreement with the general theory, my interpretation of the way in which this representation occurs is very different from theirs.

I believe I have discovered the true representation of the actual Puma head and front leg with fur hackels!

I have added labels to the satellite image to show my own interpretation. What I find interesting, is that the city is a mirror image version of the sky, and that the temple, which houses the Inca’s sacred Pleiades astronomical map, is positioned exactly in the area of the city that correlates with the Pleiades

One of the most well-known cosmic myths of the Inca may be the definitive proof that they knew of the significance of the 'mystery' star that is pivotal to 'The Hidden Records'. This age-old myth speaks of a celestial puma in the night sky of the Northern Hemisphere.

Among the invaluable clues about this puma that the ancient Inca texts propose is: that it has a "bright eye"; that "its genitals are in a very sacred cosmic area"; and last but not least that it is a dark puma and can be found in the heavens where "the sky has no stars". Scholars have yet to identify this pattern in the sky.

Looking at the area in the night skies that I knew to be the most sacred to all the other ancient civilisations, I set an advanced computer star program to mimic a very bright and clear ancient night sky.

BREAKTHROUGH... the result is the remarkable image above. The dark area (further enhanced by me for greater clarity) forms what apparently looks like the shape of a feline. In astronomy the darkness is explained as being formed from a dark Nebula cloud of dust in front of a very bright region of the stars of the Milky Way. Could this area indeed be the ancients' Cosmic Puma? I believe there is no question about it. The Pleiades... and in particular the 'mystery' star. form the puma's "genitals". The dark nebulosity truly resembles the shape of an animal, with the feline's eye correlating perfectly with a star, as the ancients had mentioned.

A Milan professor has been doing his own research on the Inca's Cosmic Puma. Professor Giulio Magli mentions that the feline is mimicked in the layout plan of the city of Cuzco.

Cusco is the city where the Inca's most sacred temple was located. It once held the secret of the golden star map shown below (reproduced by the last surviving Inca shaman) that I decipher in great detail in 'The Hidden Records'... but a summary on the interpretation follows in the next image.

The ABC news release revealing Professor Giulio Magli's latest research although he was just like the others and insisted the paw was the head of the puma. It can be found on this link here

In Qorikancha Cusco, where the Golden disc once rested was part of a large wall mural star map. It is time to see the complete star map and the obvious.

The image here is the Golden star map which an Inca elder was told was a map of the sky where their ancestors and Viracocha came from. It has been investigated by scholars over the last 70 years and although they couldnt decipher the star map they did agree it was a real story. Its detail reproduced on one gold hammered sheet were one many large gold pieces placed as components on a full wall size rendition of the star map in the ancient temple. Note the wall and roof shape of the artifact.

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