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The Gate of the Gods

Stonehenge, the Bermuda Triangle, the Gate of the Sun in Tiwanaku, Bolivia, and many others caused even scientists to scratch their heads and admit that they aren’t sure. Could these regions actually be portals to other dimensions, doorways know as Stargates, through which humans as well as gods pass to and from this world to the next?

In the mountains of Peru stands a gateway shrouded in mystery and attributed with capabilities of mythic proportions. Many ancient sites on Earth are believed to hold special powers and emit unique frequencies of energy, lights, or sounds that otherwise seem impossible. Others hold stories of people, cities, and even entire ships vanishing without leaving a trace.

The City of the Gods, high in the mountains of Peru, is home to one of these suspected Stargates. Due to rocky mountain terrain and protection from the Peruvian government as an ancient archeological site, it has gone vastly unexplored. Researchers still aren’t certain whether or not this area actually contained a settlement, but the rock formations bear an interesting resemblance to dwellings and structures.- advertisement –

The Gate of the Gods was discovered in 1996 by Jose Luis Delgado Mamani, a local tour guide who came upon the place as he hiked through the local foothills to familiarize himself with the area. As he approached the massive gateway, nestled into the rock formation, he was overcome with recognition — he had seen this very gateway before in his dreams. For years, a pink marble gateway with a smaller inset door from which emanated a mysterious blue light had presented itself to him while he slept, and the moment of discovery overwhelmed him almost to the point of fainting. How could this be just a fantastic coincidence?

The legend of the Gate of the Gods

The native peoples of Lake Titicaca, Panu, and the rest of the surrounding region, had long retold a myth about a mysterious doorway that led to the “lands of the Gods”. Heroes in ancient times were witnessed entering into the beyond through this door to join their deities once their time on this earth had come to an end.

The legend also mentioned these same great men re-entering through the same gate with their gods beside them, to check in on the lives of those they’d left behind. It also told of a prophecy: Some day in the future, the gate would open “much bigger than it actually is,” and allow the gods to return to their sun ships.

All of this and more raced through Mamani’s mind as he beheld this magnificent structure outside of his dreams for the first time. This Gateway was carved from the rock face, standing 7 meters high by 7 meters wide, with a smaller door inset at the base. In the center of the smaller door was a circular depression, and it was soon discovered that this alluded to yet another myth involving an ancient Incan priest fleeing for his life from Spanish conquistadors.

The priest of Temple of the Seven Rays snatched up the precious golden disk known as “the key of the gods of the seven rays” when the pillaging pirates arrived to plunder everything for themselves, and fled into the mountains of Hayu Marca.

The legend of the Gate of the Gods

The native peoples of Lake Titicaca, Panu, and the rest of the surrounding region, had long retold a myth about a mysterious doorway that led to the “lands of the Gods”. Heroes in ancient times were witnessed entering into the beyond through this door to join their deities once their time on this earth had come to an end.

The legend also mentioned these same great men re-entering through the same gate with their gods beside them, to check in on the lives of those they’d left behind. It also told of a prophecy: Some day in the future, the gate would open “much bigger than it actually is,” and allow the gods to return to their sun ships.

All of this and more raced through Mamani’s mind as he beheld this magnificent structure outside of his dreams for the first time. This Gateway was carved from the rock face, standing 7 meters high by 7 meters wide, with a smaller door inset at the base. In the center of the smaller door was a circular depression, and it was soon discovered that this alluded to yet another myth involving an ancient Incan priest fleeing for his life from Spanish conquistadors.

The priest of Temple of the Seven Rays snatched up the precious golden disk known as “the key of the gods of the seven rays” when the pillaging pirates arrived to plunder everything for themselves, and fled into the mountains of Hayu Marca.

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