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Bowl found near Puma Punku

Ok so i hope you have heard of Puma Punku, if no google it, this place is crazy!
 The stone ruins of Puma Punku are one of four structures in the ancient 
city of Tiahuanaco. The others structures are the Akapana Pyramid, the 
Kalasasaya Platform, and the Subterranean Temple.

Defying logic, these stone structures amaze and confuse archaeologists 
because it is highly unlikely that any of the stones in Puma Punku were cut 
using ancient stone cutting techniques, at least not those of which we are 
aware.  The stone structures in Puma Punku are made up of granite, and 
diorite.  Interesting enough, the only other stone that is harder that those 
two is the diamond. If the people who built this place cut these stones using 
stone cutting techniques, then they would had to have used diamond tools.

Another mysterious fact about these stone structures is their weight.  One 
stone is said to weigh in excess of 800 tons,   and furthermore, we have 
noted that the nearest quarry is 10 miles away from the stone structure’s 
location.  Even with modern day technology and machinery, archaeologists

believe that replicating these stone structures would be difficult, if at all 

Now here is the fun part A Strange Artifact  the Bolivia Fuente Magna bowl,

A large stone vessel, resembling a libation bowl, and now known as the Fuente Magna, was originally discovered in a rather casual fashion by a country peasant from the ex-hacienda CHUA, property of the Manjon family situated in the surrounding areas of Lake Titicaca about 75/80 km from the city of La Paz.
The site where it was found has not been subject to investigation until recently.
The Fuente Magna has not been shown in Bolivia until year 2000. It was considered false, until we began the investigations. “from “
The Fuente Magna was found  The piece in question is a little out of place. It is beautifully engraved in chestnut-brown both inside and out. It reveals zoological motifs and anthropomorphic characters within. 
 in attempting to decipher the writting inside the object  turning to the texts known as “Qellga Llippichi” one of those interpreted by Don Franz Tamayo. He also consulted a publication by our illustrious friend, Dr. Dick Edgar Ibarra Grasso, entitled “Indigenous Andean Writing” (HAM La Paz 1953), it ends as you might expect (fruitless). The limits of his honest efforts. The writing is undoubted from the Old World.
Hebraic–from the sinaitic appearance influenced by cuneiform, or simply cuneiform of possible Sumero-Akkadian origins, this being the take-off point on which we announced our extraordinary discovery. Two mayors (local guys) don Armando Escobar Uria and Don Mario Mercado Vaca Guzman have been looking after our investigation until very recently with many restrictions since we cannot count on the support of the state. “
  1. We are dealing with an object which was made in keeping with Mesopotamian tradition.
  2. It contains two texts, one in cuneiform and another Semitic language of possible Sinaitic extraction cuneiform influences.
  3. According to the symbols used one would be before an object that evidently shows itself to be from the transitional period between ideographical writing and cuneiform.

  4. Chronologically, this leads us to the 3500/3000 B.C., the Sumerian/Akkadian period.”

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    The Decipherment of the Fuente Magna Bowl 


    Clyde A. Winters, Ph.D.

    “(1) Girls take an oath to act justly (this) place. (2) (This is) a favorable oracle of the people. (3) Send forth a just divine decree. (4) The charm (this bowl) (is) full of Good. (5) The (Goddess) Nia is pure. (6) Take an oath (to her). (7) The Diviner. (8) The divine decree of Nia (is) , (9) to surround the people with Goodness/Gladness. (10) Value the people’s oracle. (11) The soul (to), (12) appear as a witness to the [Good that comes from faith in the Goddess Nia before] all mankind.”

    ” (1) Make a libation (this) place for water (seminal fluid???) and seek virtue. (2a) (This is ) a great amulet/charm , (2b) (this) place of the people is a phenomenal area of the deity [Nia’s] power. (3) The soul (or breath of life). (4) Much incense, (5) to justly, (6) make the pure libation. (7) Capture the pure libation (/or Appear (here) as a witness to the pure libation) . (8) Divine good in this phenomenal proximity of the deity’s power.”

    “The righteous shrine, anoint (this) shrine, anoint (this) shrine; The leader takes an oath [to] Establish purity, a favorable oracle (and to) Establish character. [Oh leader of the cult] Open up a unique light [for all], [who] wish for a noble life”.


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