36 thoughts on “The Secret Code of the Peruvian Stone Walls | Ancient Architects

  1. Humans are extremely good at pattern recognition but I also think sometimes we find patterns where there are none. I am not really sure what to make of these ideas myself but I also can't dismiss them out of hand.

  2. It's funny. I have apparently been seeing different shapes for years in walls, but I didn't know that there was a Study about such things. I thought it was just left over flashbacks of my youth and the faces I used to see in just about everything. I have had a vivid imagination all my life. I will be going and looking up Incan history now and looking at these sites with my estranged sense of wonder again.

  3. Just curious, has anyone ever tried to match the stars (or Inca dark constellations) to block placement?

  4. Your mind is on another level my friend, I always enjoy the content on your channel. Your passion for knowledge and learning is inspirational. Once seen, cannot be unseen. This Topic definitely needs more investigation.

  5. I admire what you are doing and you passion for the ancient, but this episode was a little speculative, too say the least, 5/10

  6. If the walls at Sacsayhuaman were painted with bright colors, I wonder what they would look like from a distance.

  7. there made of some sort of cement there is a cornerstone broken somewhere and you can see the rubble infill.

  8. Oh BS, everyone has an opinion. What folk want, are facts. Puma my ass, that's a Dog with his tail curled.

  9. The smaller stones at the bottom are actual hand hewn to provide a pre-existing base for the geo polymer poured and set on top. There is a connecting stones in one of the jigsaw megalithic walls that is the size of a quarter. There is no way in hell a long quarter sized cylinder stone was manufactured and placed with such precision you can’t fit a human hair. These walls were putty when solidifying and cut with some this wire and the nodes are obviously for bracing. They didn’t get rid of them because they were needed to be there til hardening and once they were hard it was too much effort to bang them flush. They would have laughed their asses off at us to think that they hand hammered and perfectly fit thousands of giant megalithic stone. The geopolymer also explains the manner they were transported. The rocks were cut as they would be set at the quarry as not to do extra work, then the rocks would be busted into pebbles at the quarry and carried or ferried in baskets and reconstituted in situ on site. If ancients moves these great megaliths over great distances by hand we should find mistakes like megalithics broken at bottoms of hills or mountains where they got away from the movers and broke or on river beds like the Nile. If millions of blocks were ferried to the Giza plateau there should be wrecks on the bottom of the Nile where they left the blocks. We don’t find any of this. We find drip marks on the bottoms of the mirror polished sarcophagi of saqqara. There are literal melted jigsaw monolith construction in situ in South America. All this adds up: the ancients had a stone softening acid type chemical that worked with high heat and melted stone in a manner we can’t do nor tell from natural rock.

  10. For the first time i dont agree. If i want to see spirit animal on m wall i will make it so i can really see it. If i have this knowledge how to build wall i will certainly know how to make spirit animal to stand out. At least paint it.

  11. Really good interpretation ! Will have many thinking differently. Now consider this: when you walk through an Egyptian temple, it talks to you on several layers: for every carved scene (bas relief or sub-cut) there is a different story – and between the features, if you look on the reverse side wall (another room-corridor), you will find an interlocking theme. And…the line of block joints in relation to the depicted scene is telling another story. And…the geometry of the stonework floor adds yet another. And…the geometry of a hall, barque shrine respository, room, stairway tells yet another story. SO: you will find not only the animals you have shown us in the South American structures, but there are other "messages" staring at us in plain sight…We simply have to open our eyes ! Keep up the good work, Matt.

  12. I mostly dont agree with everything u say but your channel has made me really appreciate these stoneworks of old ancient civilization's, I srsly never realised how sophisticated they are

  13. I was a drystone waller for 15 yrs – I tried to apply some practical thinking to this mystery. If you're interested I have a video on Inca walls – not suggesting this is how they did it – but it demonstrates perhaps why the stones were the shapes they were (lets say the stones that dont depict animals), and how in fact its not perhaps so complicated as we imagine to fit together these polygonal shapes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZ-QyMoBJgM

  14. I have studied these walls for a long time Matt and i have never thought to look at these stones in this way…I like Brian Foster as well but this is the first time i have seen this…outstanding work

  15. I wonder if we can find 'codes' in similar constructions around the world: Egypt, Japan, Italy

    Could/be definitive evidence that they were constructed by the same people, proving in the least, pre-diluvian society who were able to cross the seas.

    Academia could not ignore it.

  16. Very interesting and intriguing it's going to be fun looking for hidden art. I suppose the trolls will find rude pictures as they do with their ink blots but that's their problem. From my own perspective I am going to look for the 'most sided' blocks and start from there because to make a multi-sided block might well have an original purpose.

  17. Be very careful of pareidolia. Out of the box thinking doesn't mean a cloud is actually a symbol of a hot dog. Plus the actual symbols on the rocks hint they would do the same to portray the important information in a more obvious way. Thanks for another good video.
    Its Obviously not too much of your personal opinion on this one. I do wish it was though. Your more analytical and skeptical when you think it through.

  18. 12.00 I can see the outline of two more animals. The wall where the people are sitting, below and slightly to the left, appears to be a head and long body. Then to the left of the head, it appears to be a bird.Seams to have a beak.

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