Nazca Line Drawings — Geoglyphs — The concepts this Purpose?

Nazca Lines are drawings on the ground often referred to as geoglyphs which are positioned in the Nazca Desert, a high waterless plateau that spreads across hundreds of miles amidst the towns of Nazca and Palpa on the pampa, a massive flat region of southern Peru. They certainly were originally detected by chance during an aircraft in flight in 1927. There are hundreds of distinctive figures, ranging in intricacy from modest lines to stylised lizards, giant spiders, fish, orcas, and the now infamous hummingbird and even llamas in the Nasca lines.

These important Nazca markings were formulated in the time of the Nazca Indians, who thrived in the region from 200 BC to about 600. The lines were made by removing the red-brown iron oxide covered stones which cover the terrain of the Nazca desert. When the gravel is removed, the lines contrast severely with the light coloured earth underneath. The sum total expanse encompassing the lines is practically 190 square miles, with the maximum illustrations measuring 886 feet. The Nazca desert is one of the driest on the Planet with only some millimetres of rainfall in a five year period and maintains a temperature near to 25°C (77°F) throughout every season, and the absence of any discernable wind has assisted in the preservation of the lines to the present day.

Since their discovery, the Nazca Lines have inspired sensational interpretations from ancient gods, an approach strip for returning aliens, and a heavenly calendar invented by the ancient Nazca culture. Picasso poster It is thought the synthesis of the lines ranges from somewhere within 200 BC and 600 AD.
Nazca Lines Peru

Maria Reiche was a German mathematician and archaeologist who had been well known for examining the Nazca Lines. She conceived the lines were an Astronomical Calendar revealing the bearing of the rising stars and planetary occurrences famous brands sun solstices. One hypothesis of the aim of the lines is that the Nazca people’s motives were religious, and that the pictures were made so that gods in the heavens could view them. Swiss writer Erich von Däniken stated in his publication’Chariots of the Gods’the lines were constructed by ancient space travellers as a landing field. He recognises the pictures as “signals” and the longer lines as “landing strips.

The majority opinion of archeologists, and scientists, however, is the Nazca Lines were produced by the Nazca people themselves, lacking help from extraterrestrial visitors or aerial views and are conceived to be ritual pathways, designed to be walked upon and to lead processions to places where worships for more water could be most productive. It is practically sure that the Nazca Lines had a spiritual purpose, given that other artefacts of the Nazca civilization indicate a preoccupation with death and additional major monuments of the ancient world are known to be ritual in nature and no credible realistic resolution has nevertheless yet been unearthed.

The most troubling of issues in terms of the lines is of course the location of the creations in terms of the individuals whom constructed them. Clearly, the creators wouldn’t have been in a position to see the huge drawings from the flat arid terrain and yet produced some stunning drawings accurately and without assistance from geometrical tools. One individual has contested that the Nascans managed to make a make shift hot air balloon and using materials available at the time managed to create this kind of vehicle sufficient to hold himself high above the drawings. This demonstrated that perhaps these mystical drawings were indeed designed to viewed from above.

The ultimate piece of the puzzle with regards to the potential UFO connection with the lines of Nazca are the presence of what appears to become a’spaceman’etched into the surface of a nearby mountain. The figure does indeed seem to be wearing some form of space suit and helmet and if taken in combination with the enormous’landing strip ‘, a massive line which appears to have been cleared to permit an item from the air to land you would be forgiven for given that these lines are in fact effectively’sign posts’to the travellers from the skies….

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