Caught in that sensual music all neglect Monuments of unageing intellect. — W.B. Yeats, Sailing to Byzantium In the 1970s the Dutch-Peruvian mathematician, Maria Sholten D’Ebneth wrote a book in which she claimed to have discovered, or rediscovered, an alignment of pre-Columbian sacred sites stretching from the ancient city of […]
MACHU PICHU - SKELETAL REMAINS SHOW A 10:1 RATIO OF FEMALES TO MALES! This Pre-Columbian Inca mountain citadel was only rediscovered in 1911. It shows several strong indications of astronomical observation. The structures are built from white granite, with blocks reaching up to 3.7 metres in length. .
Alcohol: Is provided for visiting ancestral spirits to to toast their arrival. In pre-Columbian times, pulque, a beverage made from the sap of maguey or agave plant was reserved for special spiritual ceremonies. Today, any favorite alcoholic beverage can be used.