Ritual Chambers of the Andes: Used in Secret, Near Death Simulations

Ritual Chambers of the Andes: Used in Secret, Near Death Simulations

Rather than being burial chambers, the chullpas of Sillustani and Cutimbo were used for a secret, near-death simulation in which candidates returned 'risen'.

Conventional history claims the Inka appeared suddenly during the 15th century, and within ninety years their ability to fashion stone advanced at meteoric pace, from mere river rock with mortar to megalithic tongue-and-groove monuments featuring masonry so tightly arranged that an alpaca hair cannot not be inserted between the blocks.

Inka burial tower of obviously inferior quality below older, more advanced chullpa.

Inka burial tower of obviously inferior quality below older, more advanced chullpa. (Photo: Diego Delso, Wikimedia Commons, License CC-BY-SA 4.0)


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