February 14, 2014
This clip was sent to me by a member of an archaeological dig in Ecuador, which is revealing what they claim to be the oldest and largest pyramid to be found, to date in the South American Continent.
Both the construction technique – that of re-facading a pre-existing mountain into a perfect pyramidal shape the and age of this site are similar to the pyramid complex and tunnel system, recently discovered in Bosnia (in former Yugoslavia), by Sam Osmanagich.
What is completely jaw-dropping about this discovery is that ceramic jars discovered at the site feature script which has been deciphered as “Paleo-Sanskrit.” The team is anxious to get a carbon-dating of this particular object, as it could vastly re-organize the way we currently view the history of the human race.
Sanskrit is the root language, from which all of the Indo-European languages descend, including English as well as Celtic and all of the Germanic languages; it includes all of the Latin languages; Slavic languages; Greek and related languages
(like Macedonian); Armenian; all of the Indo-Iranian languages from Persian to Kurdish to Urdu; Hindi and all of its hundreds of dialects, etc.
Because of the many unexpected details within this archeological find – especially the latter – this team is in a position of making Earth-shattering discoveries that will DEFINITELY NOT be accepted by the scientific community, without the most rigorous proofs – and even then, face rejection – because these discoveries would completely fly in the face of a construct of hundreds of egos, who want their version of history to go down in the history books as, well – History!
This will be a dig worth keeping your eyes on!
STATEMENT FROM THE ARCHEOLOGISTS
The Human Resonance Archeological Park is dedicated to the exploration, research and excavation of the magnificent Paleo-Sanskrit pyramid complex of La Mana’Â¡, Ecuador. Discovered by Alexander Putney and his partner Suzanne Benoit in 2013, this large pyramid complex comprises 17 ancient monumental buildings partially covered in meters of rich kaolin clay beds and dense cloud forests.
The La Mana’Â¡ artifacts and related ancient monumental sites deserve renewed worldwide attention and the comprehensive scientific investigation of geologists, archeologists and technical engineers for remote sensing onsite. Furthermore, these ancient monuments deserve acknowledgement by the Ecuadorian government and funding for the application of satellite-based geosensing technologies.
Pursuing these goals, we proudly announce our February, 2014 opening of the Human Resonance Archeological Park south of La Mana’Â¡ in the small community of La Envidia, which translates as “The Envy”.
Help us uncover the wonders of South America’s oldest and largest pyramid complex as we excavate several NEW archeological sites, with direct links to the 29,000-year-old Bosnian Pyramids!
Visit us online: www.human-resonance.org/hummingbird_pyramid.html