The Still unexplained Great Inca Road

The Great Inca Road incorporates advanced engineering principles though its 25,000 miles. The elders told explorers that they not build the road, the “gods” did.

The Great Incan Road is sophisticated network of pathways and trails covers over 25,000 miles though Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina and Chile.

One of the most intriguing things about the Inca road system is that there is a major artery that goes from the northwest to the southeast. And along that, we find almost every major megalithic construction, including Tiahuanaco, Puma Punku, Cuzco, Machu Picchu, Ollantaytambo and Saksaywaman.

Many are starting to believe that these megalithic structures are thousands of years older than the Inca, and therefore parts of the Inca road system are, as well, thousands of years older than that civilization.

The Incas had elaborate legends of coming through tunnel systems in the earth, appearing on an island in Lake Titicaca, and then coming to Cuzco and finding already a-a system of tunnels and-and ancient mines and structures.
It was home of the gods. It’s where they lived before they left.

Cold the Great Inca Road over us more clues about an older civilization? Maybe… an alien one! For “mainstream scholars” the Inca built this vast roadway without the use of the wheel, draft animals, metal tools or even a written language… hard to believe, isn’t it?

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