An in-depth fast-paced visual presentation on ancient technology that is still puzzling the modern world. Looks at the astonishing megalithic buildings in Peru and Bolivia, including the curious and advanced construction techniques used at Puma Punku and Tiwanaku. Millions of people around the world are now asking if the mainstream are still valid.
The builders of the stoneworks were not merely good stone masons- they were so good many think they may have used ancient power tools! Similar stoneworks can be seen throughout the Peru and Bolivia. These are usually made up of finely cut, rectangular blocks of stone weighing up to perhaps a ton. A group of strong people could lift a block and put it in place; this is undoubtedly how some of the smaller structures were put together. But in Sacsayhuaman, Cuzco, and other ancient Inca cities, one can see gigantic blocks cut with 30 or more angles each.