Ancient Petroglyphs Of Peru Prove Aliens Visited Earth In Distant Past
In the distant South American state of Peru, there are lots of interesting archeological sites that have baffled both visitors and explorers of these places. Among them, the least popular but most unsual site is Toro Muerto.
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The Toro Muerto petroglyphs are located in the Uracha region, in the province of Castile (Arequipa), where, according to the latest inventory records, 2,584 stone carvings were found. The work carried out at the last stage contributes to the recognition of Toro Muerto as a world cultural heritage and an increase in the number of visitors to this site.
The Toro Muerto petroglyphs, located in the Uracha region, in the province of Castile (Arequipa), have the most bizarre petroglyphs, which according to many, is the ultimate evidence of ancient aliens visitations in the distant past.
According to the latest inventory records, 2,584 stone carvings were found in the Toro Muerto petroglyphs. A lot of carvings depict strange figures which, in fact, are not quite human. Interestingly, some of these petroglyphs bear a striking resemblance to other ancient rock paintings that were discovered on other parts of our planet.
Toro Muerto has an area of several square kilometers and its name, translated from Spanish, means “Dead Bull.” There was less freshwater in those places, so domestic animals often died of dehydration, that is why the place is called “Dead Bull.”
Ancient people carved many interesting figures there on the walls & stones. They are inscribed on volcanic boulders, and there are a lot of similar stones on this large and deserted plateau. Many enthusiasts believe that these enigmatic petroglyphs are the ultimate proof of aliens visiting Earth in the distant past.
Many of the ancient petroglyphs date back to around 10,000 BC. To date, researchers have identified about 5,000 of these mysterious drawings.
One can find many details of the life of a primitive man. Among the petroglyphs of Toro Muerto, there are very interesting depictions of shepherds and hunters, as well as many animals that lived in those harsh lands. Ancient people also depicted sunflowers and trees without branches. There are also various geometric symbols, zigzags, squares, and diamond-shaped objects.
Ancient people depicted a large number of mysterious human-like creatures. Many agree that these are very unusual creatures, and they do not look like humans. These mysterious entities depicted on the stones of Toro Muerto have many strange features. For example, antennas on the heads.
Even more surprising fact is that some of the Toro Muerto petroglyphs are very similar to those found in Australia. Local primitive people of this distant continent also made images of mysterious creatures with “halos” around their heads. These rock paintings are called “Wandjinas,” which have strange creatures without mouths, with huge black eyes, and pale faces. And these faces are surrounded by something strikingly similar to the helmets of astronauts.
The first person who decided that these ancient carvings depicted ancient aliens was French scientist Christine Dequerlor, who actually discovered them in 1970.
One of the most interesting drawings is a quadrangular vehicle on props. The stones also depict unknown creatures wearing helmets next to strange looking objects. According to modern science, Toro Muerto attributes to the Huari culture, which disappeared around the 10th century AD.
It is noteworthy that the locals refused to help Christine Deverlor in excavations and research, as they are sure that Toro Muerto is a place with bad energy.
Many researchers suggest that the people of Ancient Peru and Australia are not related in any way. Then why does their art have such striking similarities?
Is it possible, as many theorists of ancient astronauts suggest, that the mysterious petroglyphs from Toro Muerto and the Wangins of Australia have similarities just because the people who drew them saw the same thing?