Gate of the Gods, Puerta de Hayu Marca, Aramu Muru



Ilave in the Province El Collao (Departement Puno) in Peru

Traces of ancient advanced engineering-skills, Ancient historical records of extra terrestrial interaction


The Gate of the Gods is a huge stone carving near Lake Titicaca in Peru. The flat stone is approximately 23 ft (7.0 m)square, with a T-shaped alcove measuring 6 feet and 6 inches (198 cm) tall carved into it.
There are legends surrounding the gate of the gods:
“Another legend is about the time when the Spanish conquistadors arrived in Peru and plundered gold and precious gems of the Inca tribes – and an Inca priest of the Temple of the Seven Rays, named Aramu Muru fled from his temple with a sacred golden disc, known as the Key of the Gods of the Seven Rays. He hid it in the mountains of Hayu Marca. He finally emerged above the doorway watched by shamanic priests. He showed them the key of the gods and a ritual was performed, with the result of a magical event initiated by the golden disc, which opened the portal, and according to legend, blue light streamed from a tunnel inside. The priest Aramu Muru gave the golden disc to a shaman, disappeared through the portal and was never seen again.”

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