Who Built The Ancient Ollantaytambo In Peru?

Do you know?

When they flew over it with a quadcopter they got never before seen footage of this Incan mystery.  The types of structures shown here seem almost impossible to have been built with the tools that would be available at that time period.  This has led many archaeologists as well as enthusiasts to rethink previous theories:

Ollantaytambo is one of the largest ancient Inca sites in Peru, but there is far more to it than the work of the Inca.
In this uniques video, filmed using a quadcopter with full permission from the officials, you will see the enigmatic megalithic works, created thousands of years before the Incas

Also a note many archaeologists said the tiers of this structure were meant for farming.  Is that accurate or was there another purpose for this structure?  Feel free to comment as they still don’t really know.

Let’s check out this overhead view in the video on page 2

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  1. Sean Breheny said:

    ….the couldn’t have done it with the toolsat that time….
    Moron! They DID it, just because we can’t figure it out, and we think we are so damn smart, doesn’t mean anything!

  2. Jason Good said:

    They cut and moved 3000-4000 ton granite rocks up a mountain and stacked them 40 meters high and our best crane tops out at 1200 ton

  3. Alek Pinke said:

    Actually we do know how they did it. Its the same way the pyramids, Stonehenge and so on were done.

    See if you an lift an eraser eight inches off a table with just match sticks rocking the eraser back and forth. If a guy can build a replica of both of them by himself this way I’m sure it wasnt that hard for the people who in mass built the originals.

    I’m so sick of the ancient alien retards.

  4. Sean Breheny said:

    Just hate it when modern era scientists say, some ancient civilization COULDN’T when they are staring the evidence in the face of would the civilization DID do.

  5. Jason Good said:

    Research core 7…better than what our machines can do today buddy. So without machines, how is it possible that they could core into granite with better precision than what people can do today with computers and machines. Doesnt make sense which is why that core sample is in a museum. And we dont know how the pyramids were built. Not the pyramid of giza anyway

  6. Jason Good said:

    And how do u you move 3-4 thousand ton granite rocks and dont tell me by a pulley system cuz thats exactly what a crane is and our best crane built out of steel can only lift 1/3 of that weight.