Viracocha, the Non-binary Creator God with Gold Blood ?

List members , here is a fascinating take on the legend of Viracocha , often thought to have emerged from inner Earth - worth a read :-

Viracocha, the Non-binary Creator God with Gold Blood

Viracocha, the sun god, and supreme creator was sacred to the Inca Empire, as was gold. However, gold had no material value but represented Viracocha’s blood and the sweat of the sun.

For the Inca and pre-Inca cultures, Viracocha was a supreme creator who was non-binary, neither male nor female. Believers rarely used Viracocha’s name because of the sacred nature. Instead, the god could be referred to as Ilya (light), Ticci (beginning), and Wiraqocha Pacayacaciq (instructor).

In pre-Incan times, highly developed civilizations in South America were expert goldsmiths. To them, it was part of religious rituals. Unfortunately, this interest in gold led to their downfall after the Spanish conquistadors arrived. To the conquistadors, belief in Viracocha or other gods was heresy to be destroyed.

By 1533, Francisco Pizarro executed the last Incan emperor, Atahualpa, strangling him after forcing him to melt down Inca gold and convert to Christianity.

Long after the Incas disappeared, the sacred nature of gold has been all but forgotten. Instead, international Blood Gold (like blood diamond) smuggling operations devastate local communities where gold was once godlike.

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An Extraterrestrial with Gold Blood

To ancient astronaut theorists, Viracocha was an extraterrestrial with gold in their blood. As such, it sounds familiar to stories about the Anunnaki, the highest gods in the Mesopotamian pantheon.

According to interpretations of ancient tablets, extraterrestrials called the Anunnaki arrived on Earth to mine for gold. The pure element could help them save their home planet’s atmosphere.

“On their planet Nibiru, the Anunnaki were facing a situation we on Earth may also soon face – ecological deterioration was making life increasingly impossible. There was a need to protect their dwindling atmosphere, and the only solution seemed to suspend gold particles above it, as a shield,” Sitchin stated.

Also, theorists believe monoatomic gold unlocked a means to immortality. For example, the ancient Egyptians ingested gold, believing it was the skin and flesh of the gods, quite similar to the Incas.

Thus, the idea of Virachocha’s gold blood is a connection to ancient beliefs across the globe.

Since ancient times, gold was used as medicine for thousands of years. Today, people pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to eat dishes adorned with edible 23-karat gold. Even so, it has no taste or nutritional value. However, it’s not known what, if any, value ingesting gold or nanoparticles of gold would have.

See more ideas about why extraterrestrials mined gold below from Igor Kryan:

Viracocha and the Anunnaki

Where did Viracocha come from? The god was sometimes described as wearing a beard, although generally the god’s face remained hidden behind the mask.

In some cases, Viracocha is referred to as an old bearded man with a long robe and staff. Thus, the depiction is wizard-like. Notably, the beard could also be seen as a symbol of water gods. Indeed, Viracocha translates to “Sea foam.”

According to some accounts, the god emerged from Lake Titicaca near the ancient site of Tiwanaku, home of the portal-like Gateway of the Sun.

There, a monolithic sculpture that may be Viracocha resembles a bearded Anunnaki. Its appearance draws connections to similar sculptures found across the world, such as Turkey and Easter Island.

Viracocha sculpture at Tiwanaku via YouTube

However, the Gateway of the Sun depicts Viracocha standing powerfully with a rod in each hand, surrounded by 48 winged chasquis, or “god messengers.” Certainly, they draw a comparison to biblical angels and watchers from the Book of Enoch.

What do these staffs represent? Perhaps, it’s some kind of technology used to move the massive stones?

See the Gateway of the Sun from KuriaTV:

Nearby, below the Gateway, a series of alien-like stone heads adorn an enormous wall. Possibly, each head represents a different alien or human race. Indeed, one looks remarkably like modern depictions of a gray alien.

You can see the sculpture of Viracocha below from Brien Foerster:

Viracocha and Akhenaten

To the Incas, the official religion was a sun cult, as in Egypt when Pharaoh Akhenaten created the first monotheistic state religion.

For Akhenaten, the Aten sun disk was the creator of all nature, and he was the earthly representation. Meanwhile, the Inca worshipped the Inti Sun deity, second only to Viracocha, the creator of all nature and mankind.

The alien-looking Akhenaten ruled for 17 years between 1353 B.C. and 1335 B.C. by conventional timelines. Like Viracocha, Akenaten’s gender appears non-binary in many ancient depictions. Again, the similarities are noteworthy.

When the Chanca attacked, emperor Viracocha fled with his eldest son. Then, younger brother Pachacuti, with help from a mirrored sun disk, called on the god Viracocha to help him make a stand.

In comparison, Viracocha may have entered the Inca pantheon under emperor Viracocha, who took the god’s name.

According to legend, Viracocha responded to Pachacuti, creating an army of levitating stone soldiers called Pururaucas to defeat the Chanca invaders. Nearby, at the Puerta de Hayu Marca, legend holds that Incan priest-king Aramu Muru used a sun disk to open a portal and disappear.

A Flood and Promise to Return One Day

Believers said that Viracocha created the land and sky at Lake Titicaca. In some versions of the story, Viracocha created a race of people who were giants. However, they displeased the god, and they flooded the world to destroy the giants. Thus, we have a familiar flood story similar to the Epic of Gilgamesh and the Nephilim in the Bible.

After creating the Sun, Moon, and stars, Viracocha wandered the world to teach humans how to build civilization. Certainly, if Viracocha could roam around the world, it could explain why there are similar stories in places like Egypt and ancient Sumeria.

Finally, Viracocha departed across the Pacific but promised to return one day. In the meantime, the sun, Inti, and moon, Quilla would keep watch.

Perhaps one day, Viracocha will reappear, and the mysteries of the god’s powers will be revealed. If so, will we finally know why so many creation stories around the world are so similar?


Folks , I wonder if the site of Caral in Peru is also linked to Viracocha , especially if you go by the view that Viracocha emerged from Inner Earth :-

The Oldest City in The Americas Is an Archeological Wonder, And It's Under Invasion


20 JANUARY 2021

Having survived for 5,000 years, the oldest archeological site in the Americas is under threat from squatters claiming the coronavirus pandemic has left them with no other option but to occupy the sacred city.

The situation has become so bad that archeologist Ruth Shady, who discovered the Caral site in Peru, has been threatened with death if she doesn't abandon investigating its treasures.

Archeologists told an AFP team visiting Caral that squatter invasions and destruction began in March when the pandemic forced a nationwide lockdown.

An agricultural area that has invaded the protected site. (Ernesto Benavides/AFP)

"There are people who come and invade this site, which is state property, and they use it to plant," archeologist Daniel Mayta told AFP.

"It's hugely harmful because they're destroying 5,000-year-old cultural evidence."

Caral is situated in the valley of the Supe river some 182 kilometers (110 miles) north of the capital Lima and 20km from the Pacific Ocean to the west.

Developed between 3,000 and 1,800 BCE in an arid desert, Caral is the cradle of civilization in the Americas.

Its people were contemporaries of Pharaonic Egypt and the great Mesopotamian civilizations.

It pre-dates the far better known Inca empire by 45 centuries.

None of that mattered to the squatters, though, who took advantage of the minimal police surveillance during 107 days of lockdown to take over 10 hectares of the Chupacigarro archeological site and plant avocados, fruit trees, and lima beans.

"The families don't want to leave," said Mayta, 36.

"We explained to them that this site is a (UNESCO) World Heritage site and what they're doing is serious and could see them go to jail."

Death threats

Shady is the director of the Caral archeological zone and has been managing the investigations since 1996 when excavations began.

She says that land traffickers - who occupy state or protected land illegally to sell it for private gain - are behind the invasions.

"We're receiving threats from people who are taking advantage of the pandemic conditions to occupy archeological sites and invade them to establish huts and till the land with machinery ... they destroy everything they come across," said Shady.

"One day they called the lawyer who works with us and told him they were going to kill him with me and bury us five meters underground" if the archeological work continued at the site.

Shady, 74, has spent the last quarter of a century in Caral trying to bring back to life the social history and legacy of the civilization, such as how the construction techniques they used resisted earthquakes.

"These structures up to five thousand years old have remained stable up to the present and structural engineers from Peru and Japan will apply that technology," said Shady.

The Caral inhabitants understood that they lived in seismic territory.

Their structures had baskets filled with stones at the base that cushioned the movement of the ground and prevented the construction from collapsing.

The threats have forced Shady to live in Lima under protection.

She was given the Order of Merit by the government last week for services to the nation.

"We're doing what we can to ensure that neither your health nor your life are at risk due to the effects of the threats you're receiving," Peru's President Francisco Sagasti told her at the ceremony.

Police arrests

Caral was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2009.

It spans 66 hectares and is dominated by seven stone pyramids that appear to light up when the sun's rays fall on them.

The civilization is believed to have been peaceful and used neither weapons nor ramparts.

Closed due to the pandemic, Caral reopened to tourists in October and costs just US$3 to visit.

During the lockdown, several archeological pieces were looted in the area and in July police arrested two people for partially destroying a site containing mummies and ceramics.

Caral in Peru

Caral in Peru: The Oldest City in The Americas

Caral in Peru has been known to be one the oldest cities in the Americas and one of the oldest in the world. According to scholars, the Caral pyramid is older than the great pyramids located in Egypt. Let’s dive into the ancient and mysterious city of Caral in Peru.

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Where is Caral?

Caral is in Peru, more precisely Caral was a settlement in the Supe Valley in the province of Barranca. This is roughly 120 miles (200 kilometers) to the North of Lima, the capital city of Peru. You can find it when you reach the marking of Kilometer 184 on the Panamericana highway. Caral became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2009.

Caral in Peru: Cradle of Civilization

The Caral civilization is one of the oldest known cultures, not just in the Americas but in the entire world. The Caral culture originates in the South American continent almost simultaneously to other cradles of civilization such as Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, and China.

The Caral culture as one of the cradles of civilization developed an economy that was based on fishing and farming. They went as far as to include communities that not only lived in the coastal region but also in the highlands as well as the rainforests of the country.

One key difference that Caral civilization presents is that it developed in complete isolation from other ancient cultures. They predate the mesoamerican cultures by 1,800 years and were not geographically close enough to have interactions with Africa or Asia.

The Sacred City of Caral

There are 19 locations that were occupied along with Caral in the same time period. These occupied territories are distributed along the entire length of the Supe Valley. Within one of these ancient territories, you can find Pyramids that connect to circular “plazas” which are built into the ground.

Out of all the locations, the Caral in Peru is located dead in the center. This helps to appreciate the organization, architecture, and overall management of the territory by the Caral culture. These constructions belong to the late archaic period, between 3,000 and 1,800 BC.

Pyramids and Structures of Caral

The original occupants of Caral Supe picked out land in deserts near valleys to construct their towns and villages. Caral was built on a bora alluvial piece of land that measures 684 feet (1.1 km) near the widest side, it is also surrounded by “Cerros” or hills.

As with any other city, Caral was routinely going through change, it is calculated that at its peak it would house around 3,000 inhabitants. This is calculated to have been no more than 1,000 years ago.

Caral in Peru seems to have been heavily focused on religious ceremonies and ancient rituals. There is evidence that some structures housed burials where rituals also took place. The city of Caral was constructed according to the religious ideologies of the Caral culture.

Several of the constructions were built to represent constellations and deities the local people would pray to. Each construction had multiple purposes and would house festivals, religious ceremonies, or rituals according to the annual calendar.

Important of the Caral Pyramid

Pyramid of Caral

Oldest Pyramid in the World

Religion was very important to prehispanic cultures, this is made obvious when you look at the pyramidal constructions made by the ancient Caral culture. These pyramids are of many sizes, they all seem to have fire pits. This was most likely not only used for ceremonies and religious rituals, but also for administrative and labor tasks.

The Observatory in Caral

To the southeast of the city, you can find a space that is surrounded by desert and hills that has been identified by archaeologists as an ancient observatory. There are lines made into the ground to establish directions and horizons.

This piece of land also has geoglyphs that reflect the positions of the stars and there are underground observatories as well. In this area, you can also find a 39 foot (12 meters) wide pathway that was used by the people of Caral Supe.

Residential Areas of Caral

There are living quarters that are annexed to the ceremonial buildings in Caral. The spaces were apparently ample and had fine decorations throughout the housing areas. There are three identified residential areas in Caral.

  • The Major Residential Compound – Found facing the great central plaza of Caral.
  • The Minor Residential Compound – Found in the lower portion of Caral, facing what would have been public buildings in the city.
  • The Periferia Residential Sector – Found in the northeast section of the city which is closer to the Supe Valley.

Caral Was a Peaceful Civilization

Ruth Shady is an archaeologist who founded the Caral archaeological site, she is considered to be the world expert on the Caral civilization. Shady states that the Caral culture was a peaceful society that focused on commerce and pleasure.

Through the years of archaeological findings in the region, there have been no indications of warfare taking place by the people of Caral. There is no evidence of battles, weapons, or remains of mutilated bodies anywhere in the city.

The Sechin Bajo

This is very different when compared to the Sechin Bajo civilization where a more aggressive culture took place. The Sechin Bajo was around just as old and some say older than the Caral culture.

Archaeologists have found depictions of weapons at the Sechin Bajo archaeological site along with a temple containing 32 flutes made of Condor and Pelican bones. There is one instance, where archaeologists found the remains of a baby that was wrapped and buried wearing a necklace made of stone beads.

Caral Inspired Andean Civilizations

The city of Caral in Peru was found to have elaborate and complex temples along with an amphitheater along areas for housing. The housing section is as big as 150 hectares (about 370 acres) where you can find the various plazas and the residential constructions where people lived.

Caral was already a large functional metropolis around the same time when the great pyramids of Egypt were just being constructed.

Caral dates back to be older than 2,000 BC and worked as an architectural guide of urban design for the many Andean civilizations that came thereafter. Researchers are sure that studying the Caral culture will answer the questions regarding the origins of the civilizations that developed further into the Andes like the Incas, Chankas, Caxamarcas, and several others.



Caral in Peru is the oldest city in the Americas and one of the main cradles of civilizations. The city of Caral was an important point in time where people were allowed to create one of the oldest civilizations known to man. The Caral culture was one of the origins of the many Andean cultures that came afterward, including the famous Incan empire.


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