Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Childress on American Megaliths

Things are still relentless around here, so I haven't been able to work on any of the 50 or so posts I have in the queue. In the meantime here is a very interesting talk by David Hatcher Childress on megalithic structures in South America. Awesome stuff- one of my goals in life is to visit all of the sites Childress discusses here.

I've watched a million Von Daniken and Hancock documentaries but hadn't picked up on Puma Punku in Bolivia until the recent History Channel AAT thing. This is a mind-bending site that defies conventional explanation. I'll be looking at this site in depth here in the future.

Along with everything else.

In the meantime, don't forget there are tons of interesting headlines on The Solar Satellite.


  1. Again nice timing, just stumbled across this lecture, findinging it interesting, a sort of ancient architecture overview. Can't wait to dig into the above links also, thanks for the heads up.

  2. And synching to PUMA Punku

    Segway and GM launch Puma joint venture

    Puma - Tiger
    year of the tiger 2010


  3. Two thumbs up on the Childress Megalithomania presentation! Absolutely one of the most compelling lectures (along with Lloyd Pye's work). I am only 1/5 of the way through it & riveted...I will have to pick up more of his material.

  4. Holy Cow!! Thanks for the video links. Did you see the sunken statue within the first part of the first video, WOW!! Amazing, sunken under the waves, just amazing.

    Thanks again.

  5. This is an awesome and extremely interesting video, thanks for sharing it with us.

  6. Also, check out the presentation on the Bosnian pyramids from the same conference. It is pretty interesting. If that one turns out to be 100 percent, tears will be shed by some. There always is a struggle against any evidence that forces us to rewrite our pretty picture of history. Looks promising so far! I love it when uncertainty gets dished out for dinner. Also see the site Xpeditionz TV. It has a touch of the New Age vibe, which I don't mind but might deter some, but it is still a great, decent source for videos of obscure sites. Especially good is Puchar, Temple of the Moon (dug out of granite), and Deep Across the Andes (Andean tunnels).

    Bosnian Pyramids
    Xpeditionz TV-South American Sites

  7. perfectly round stones
    in transylvania are they are natural, especially if you dig in the hill area