This video was published on March 29, 2018.
Original Transcript (from the Content Owner):
We recently covered the enigmatic ancient civilisation, that could once be found among the tops of mountains within northern Peru.
Known as the Chachapoyas, or cloud people, they were a race of possible ancient giants, that are said to have been responsible for some of the most precariously positioned, and most amazingly constructed ancient builds, to be found anywhere on earth, let alone Peru…
And the most astonishing of these, has to be the ancient site known as Kuélap.
Kuélap, is a little academically shared, thus little known ancient Peruvian site, located within the Peruvian mountains near the towns of María and Tingo, in the southern part of the region of Amazonas.
According to particularly funded parties, it was built by the Chachapoyas culture, a mere 14 hundred years ago, on a ridge overlooking the Utcubamba Valley.
However, once one has an opportunity to visually explore this untouched, once lost ruin, the. unexplainable extent of the groundwork, that went into creating the site, becomes apparent.
What first appears to be long brick-walled fortifications, are soon realised to actually be enormous, seemingly unimaginably huge groundworks, built by brick, creating multi-metre, reinforced walls, backfilled and levelled with earth, creating a ruin which is now what can only be seen as “man-made geology.”
Groundworks the size of no other, anywhere on earth. Created, apparently quite recently within history,,, without any real record of the astonishing event,,, or more importantly, cataloguing of the methods used found anywhere among the sites…
The city has 3 entrances, 2 to the east and the other one to the west.
The main entrance has a “trapezoid shape” having once also having had a corbel arch, this entrance was “siege proof,” due to its cunning shape, it becomes narrower and narrower, until it allows the passage of only one person at a time. Astonishing architecture, built with precision into enormous constructions…
There are over 550 structures within the fort, nearly all of which, having once been circular…
On the southwestern part of the settlement, there is a 5.5 meters high structure known as El Tintero or Templo Mayor, Spanish for main temple, ceremonial archaeological remains have been found at this location, and it is hypothesized that the building may have been used as a solar observatory.
Kuélap was accidentally rediscovered in 1843, by Juan Crisóstomo Nieto, a judge from the city of Chachapoyas.
In 1870, Antonio Raimondi made the first known survey of the site, ever since details regarding the site have slowly been revealed.
A place, like many others around the globe, which also display seemingly impossible feats of engineering, accompanied by complete lack of any recording or explanation for said tasks,,, undoubtedly pre-dates its academic dating. The question is, who could have built such astonishing architecture, atop the largest groundwork's, anywhere on earth? How did they complete such a mammoth task at such a high altitude? Perhaps one day, we will find out.
Content Owner/Source: Mystery History