The Anunanki are considered by many as the “founding fathers” of civilization and mankind; the cradle of civilization is considered to be in Sumer. Some archaeologists even suggest that the Anunnaki have a very important history with South America and the Pre-Incan and Incan civilizations. Modern-day archaeology does not agree with these theories, even though there is plenty of evidence for them. New discoveries such as the pyramid buried beneath Tiahuanaco provide new theories regarding this ancient culture. These new theories, along with the totality of research for over a hundred years, provide new insights into the connection between the Anunnaki gods and South American deities.
Lake Titicaca has a very special place in all of this. In the past, more than 2000 archaeological pieces were rescued from the depths of Lake Titicaca. Most of the pieces were recovered by Belgian underwater specialists with the support of the Andean Underwater Archaeology Centre (CASA), yet archaeology today seems to ignore these findings as if they have no importance.
The incredible artifacts among their collection include bones, golden pieces, statues, ceramics, and precious stones. The extensive history of these findings holds great importance, as some of the pieces have been dated to the Incan period, others to the pre-Incan period, and a few even to the year 500 AD.
According to historians and archaeologists, several of the pieces that have been recovered are actually offerings that the ancient inhabitants of the Tiahuanaco culture threw into Lake Titicaca, which in ancient times was considered a sacred lake. Among these “speculations”, ancient alien theorists believe that there are very important clues that have been overlooked by mainstream archaeologists, clues that point toward a very powerful link between the ancient cultures of the region and the ancient Anunnaki. The golden artifacts hold a very important clue, and the thirty pieces of gold discovered at the bottom of Lake Titicaca point toward the ancient alien theory and Zecharia Sitchin.
According to Sitchin, around 4000 BC, Enki, one of the leaders of the mining operations of the Anunnaki on Earth, decided to invite his father, King Anu, to visit the world’s most important metallurgical plant, Tiahuanaco. According to several ancient alien theorists, among them Sithcin, the structures at Tiahuanaco were covered with golden plates in honor of the arrival of King Anu. Evidence for this theory is based on the findings of Austrian archaeologist Arthur Posnansky, who found and photographed several small holes in the polished stone blocks at Tiahuanaco. These holes are believed to have been made by advanced precision tools.
Don’t recognize the name Posnansky? Well, that’s because mainstream archaeology considers him only an “amateur archaeologist” even though his findings and work at Tiahuanaco and in South America have produced invaluable historical insights. Posnansky founded the Archaeological Society of Bolivia in 1930. Although significant amounts of gold haven’t been found in Tiahuanaco, researchers believe that most of the golden items are hidden below the harsh terrain of the region and in the depths of Lake Titicaca, where pieces of gold have already been discovered.
According to Posnansky, at some point in its history the incredible city of Tiahuanaco was covered with golden plates which were fastened with small gold studs that fit perfectly into the holes in the stone. Posnansky suggested that these precisely drilled holes were not placed there for decorative purposes but rather had a mechanical meaning. Recent discoveries seem to back up the ancient alien theory more than ever, and researchers expect that with the excavations planned for 2016/2017, new evidence will surface, meaning that mainstream archaeologists will have to change their approach toward Tiahuanaco and its ancient history.
The mysteries about Tiahuanaco and Lake Titicaca are great, and with new discoveries being made in recent months, archaeologists hope to uncover all the secrets this mysterious region holds.