Thank you, Graham.
From: Graham Hancock
Sent: Wednesday, 16 October 2013 01:05
Researching the sequel to “Fingerprints of the Gods” I returned last week to Tiahuanaco in Bolivia for the first time in 16 years. The site stands 3,870 metres (12,696 feet) above sea level and I continue to be stunned and amazed by the gigantic megalithic blocks that lie scattered around here as though in the aftermath of some terrible cataclysm. Archaeologists say there is no mystery but I cannot agree with them. Neither the true antiquity of Tiahuanaco, nor the identity of its builders, nor the methods of construction they used, nor their purposes, have yet been satisfactorily established in my opinion. Photo by Santha Faiia shows the superhuman scale of the cyclopean stonework of this majestic and mysterious place.