Posted by lamarzulli on January 10, 2014
L. A. Marzulli
I am back in Peru with the “old team” plus two new additions, Chase (UFO investigator) and Dr. Arron Judkins, our resident archaeologist. We all met up in Lima and yesterday toured this site of a reconstructed ancient pyramid.
The tour guide, who is state sponsored, told us that the pyramid was erected to the fish god. He then revealed that human sacrifice was done at the site every 15 to 20 years.
I asked him point-blank, where and why would these people do such a thing, and who was demanding this human sacrifice, to which he had no answer. This will be in Volume II of On the Trail.
The premise I’m working on is that Fallen Angelic beings set up shop in different locations all over the globe and they were worshipped as gods. One of the hallmarks of this is the ongoing human sacrifice that goes hand in hand with the sites. The other is the construction of pyramids or ziggurat’s which like Nimrod constructed in Babel, seem to act as gateway to the gods. (The false ones!)
We see this in Chitzen Itza, Mexico and read about it in our Bibles with Baal worship as the Israelites sacrifice their children to Molech on the high places!
We also toured the newly constructed Paracas exhibit at the Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology in Lima. We saw evidence of cradle head-boarding but also saw one skull which had only one parietal plate. The skull to your left is one that was cradle boarded.
As I discussed in On The Trail, why does a culture do this in the first place? What is the motivation behind it? Are these people emulating a “god?” Are they trying to imitate those who they consider royal?
Brien Foerster asked one of the officials there, where did the Paracas people come from. The man was taken off guard and gesturing with his finger, pointed toward the sky! Later when I asked the question again, he defaulted to his training and told us the Paracas people came from Asia, thus promulgating the worn out Berringian land bridge model. More to come as Internet access allows. I’m on the trail!
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