Lost Record of an Unknown Humanity

Known as a place outside the boundaries of time, the mysterious Markawasi Stone Forest rises majestically above the western Andean ridge of Peru. Among the massive, carved effigies dotting the ancient landscape, are mind-boggling winged sphinxes, elephants, camels, and animals not known to this continent. The most spectacular monument dominating the landscape, the Monument to Humanity, with its sixteen carved faces of the Races of Man, prominently sits above a key grid point, connecting it to sites thousands of miles, and continents away.

Who were the builders of this phenomenal site?


Scholars of ancient Andean mysteries believe the sculpted plateau predates the Peruvian pre-Ceramic and Egyptian dynastic periods, yet holds a direct link to the Isis Mysteries. How is this possible? With its mysterious stunning monuments, emulating among other things, Egyptian deities, and claims of spontaneous healings, plus recorded testimony of levitation and balls of light, the mysterious plateau is believed to be the remnant of an Atlantean technology with a paranormal, ultra-dimensional presence in evidence.

Cocooned in oblivion for eons and sculpted into the ancient landscape by a mysterious lost humanity, the Markawasi plateau reawakens at this pivotal moment in history.

Wizard’s Work

Daniel Ruzo, a recognized authority on ancient Peruvian mysteries and Nostradamas quatrains, published several books in French and Spanish on his investigations, including theories of an unknown proto-historical culture whose remnant can be found in such places as Markawasi, Tepoztlan (Mexico), Fountainbleau (France), Romania and other locations globally. Living in Paris and lecturing at the Sorbonne, Ruzo caught the attention of researchers Louis Pauwells and Jacques Bergier, who noted his discoveries in their seminal work, The Morning of the Magicians (1960).

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