Naupa Iglesia: An Egyptian Portal in the Andes?

Naupa Iglesia: An Egyptian Portal in the Andes?

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Halfway up a near-vertical ravine in the Andes, someone carved an inverted V-shaped entrance into the mountainside. Then they sliced the bedrock with great precision to create a shallow door that goes nowhere; the same design appears in ancient Persia and Egypt. Then for good measure, they carved an additional altar with three alcoves into an outcrop of bluestone.

This sacred site is named Naupa Iglesia, or more accurately, Naupa Huaca.

Windows into Paradise

It’s not by accident such 'doors' are referred to as spirit doors or windows into paradise: a naupa is an inhabitant of the spirit world, and as it happens, the false door of Naupa Huaca marks the passage of the earth’s electromagnetic currents, the very forces that are known to generate out-of-body states.

It takes a hard heart to stand here and not feel the palpable energy of place. It is transfixing as much as it is bewitching. And perhaps that is the foremost reason why this site was carved in such a remote and inaccessible location in Peru. The very nature of its location makes any astronomical relationship unlikely, so we are open to entertain the idea that this temple was used for a restricted shamanic ritual. Temples of a similar nature in other parts of the world typically require a difficult access, followed by a sensory deprived environment which generates conditions for the candidate to access other levels of reality.

Musical Measurements

The measurements of the main portal of Naupa Huaca are not random, they conform to musical notation. The length to height ratio is 3:1, making a perfect fifth in the second octave; the ratio of the alcove is 5:6, a minor third.

The 5:6 ratio is both unusual and filled with specialist information. It perfectly describes the movement of the Earth, whose pole completes one full rotation of its axis every 25,920 years, while the plane of the equator tilts four degrees every 21,000 years — a ratio of 5:6. This accurate calculation of the motion of the planet is also encoded in another unusual temple, the Bent Pyramid of Egypt, whose slope angles encode the same ratio.

Bent pyramid of Sneferu, Dahshur, Egypt.

Bent pyramid of Sneferu, Dahshur, Egypt. (CC BY-SA 3.0)

Dominating the unique environment of Naupa Huaca is the cave ceiling. It has been expertly sliced like butter (bear in mind this we are at an altitude of 9800 feet on the side of a ravine), and smoothed with laser-like precision to create two different yet specific angles: 60 degrees and 52 degrees. There is only one other place on earth where these two numbers appear side by side: the slope angles of the two major pyramids at Giza.

Stone angles on the sheer faces of ravine at Naupa Iglesia. Photograph © Freddy Silva

Stone angles on the sheer faces of ravine at Naupa Iglesia. Photograph © Freddy Silva

The violent earthquakes that regularly lay this region of the Andes to waste have exacted a fair share of damage at this site, preventing further exploration into this man-made cave beyond a latter-day low wall of stacked stone that prevents rubble from a partly collapsed ceiling to rain down onto the curious and the intrepid who venture up the mountainside trail.

Still, there’s another anomaly to be examined in this temple: its creator picked the exact spot on the side of the mountain where exists a single outcrop of bluestone. Appearing in stark contrast with the surrounding sandstone, bluestone contains a type of crystal that was used in early radio receivers for its excellent piezoelectric qualities. The rock is also magnetic, another useful feature for shamanic journeying.

Bluestone was also specifically chosen to build the oldest part of Stonehenge, leading its architects to source this sonorous granite 150 miles away in Wales.

Stones at Carn Menyn, Wales, as an example of bluestone.These dolerite slabs, split by frost action, seem to be stacked, and ready for the taking.

Stones at Carn Menyn, Wales, as an example of bluestone.These dolerite slabs, split by frost action, seem to be stacked, and ready for the taking. (Ceridwen/CC BY-SA 2.0)

The outcrop has been expertly shaved into three niches, and although partly dynamited by religious fanatics, the delicate workmanship is still evident. Its central niche is similarly cut to musical notation, the ratio 3:2, a perfect fifth.

Naupa Huaca. Photograph © Freddy Silva

Naupa Huaca. Photograph © Freddy Silva

The three-step design defines the Andean view of the Universe: the creative underworld, the physical middleworld, and the etherial otherworld. The concept is idealized in the chakana, commonly known as the Andean Cross. Chakana literally means 'to bridge or cross', and it describes how the three levels of existence are connected to each other by a hollow reed — a culturally shared concept in ancient Persia, Egypt, the southwestern United States, and the Celtic world. The oldest iteration of the design is carved on a monolith at Tiwanaku, the world's oldest temple complex, and it differs from the later version in that it is based not a square but a rectangle with a ratio of 5:6.

A carved altar with three alcoves into an outcrop of bluestone. Photograph © Freddy Silva

A carved altar with three alcoves into an outcrop of bluestone. Photograph © Freddy Silva

Ruins at Tiwanaku, Bolivia.

Ruins at Tiwanaku, Bolivia. (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)

It seems that Naupa Huaca was designed by a cosmic mason for anyone wishing to access another level of reality and communicate with gods which, back in the day, were either forces of nature, or elevated people who personified or understood how to control such forces.

Who Created Naupa Huaca?

As to the identity of the architect, certainly the Inca can be dismissed. Inca stonework pales by comparison in both scale and quality, they merely inherited and maintained a culture that was, by their time in the 14th century, already long vanished; even the ancient Aymara claimed such temples were made long before the Inca.

The style of stonework at Naupa Huaca is consistent with that found in Cuzco, Ollantaytambo and Puma Punku, and what these sites hare in common is the myth of a travelling builder god named Viracocha who, together with seven Shining Ones, appeared at Tiwanaku after a catastrophic world flood, since dated to 9703 BC, to help rebuild humanity.

Viracocha.

Viracocha. (Public Domain)

Interestingly, the same group appears at the same time in Egypt as the Aku Shemsu Hor — the Followers of Horus. 

© FREDDY SILVA, 2016 | www.invisibletemple.com

Freddy Silva is a best-selling author, and a leading researcher of alternative history, ancient knowledge, sacred sites, and the interaction between temples and consciousness. He is author of many books, including THE LOST ART OF RESURRECTION 

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Top Image: Shrine at Naupa Iglesia. Photograph © Freddy Silva

By Freddy Silva

Comments

Alicia McDermott's picture

This looks like an amazing site with so many details and beautiful workmanship. It must be a sight to behold in person. Thanks for sharing!

 

         

Their are 3 gentlemen you MIGHT be interested in communicating with: Steve Quayle; Timothy Alberino; and Thomas Horn. They are doing research into the MOST ANCIENT Societies, as well as WHY much of antiquities relics are NOT revealed to the General Public, AND, as well, WHY are so many locations of previous and VERY ANCIENT societies covered by Catholic Iglesias? Steve & Timothy have done quite a lot of research in Peru, and have done several Video Productions detailing their research.
Steve & timothy can be contacted through: stevequayle,com & Thomas Horn can be reached at skywatch.com OR raidersnewsupdate.com I believe you might be interested in their findings...I certainly hope so, anyway...

I made an error in Steve Quyale's URL above...It's: stevequyale.com (not ,com)

That Link redirects twice to end up on a rotating spam server… Too bad...I really wanted to read more.

It's actually SteveQuayle.Com.

My fault...I should have caught that it was actually mispelled in the second “Correction” reply. Hadn’t had enough coffee yet when I tried it I guess. Thanks!

The ancient Egyptians were not mariners. They relied on their Celtic cousins, the Phoenicians, for sea transport, because the Phoenicians held the secrets of open sea navigation. Imhotep was Phoenician, as well as a least 6 Roman popes.
It makes me sad when I see scientists not reading the journals of other related disciplines.

Freddy Silva's picture

There is no indication in this artcile about Egyptians being mariners, you merely jumped to that conclusion. And yet there are Egyptian methods, building techniques and etymology in South America as well as Easter Island. Thus there was contact between the two cultures. Second, there is no such thing as ‘Celts’. Celt is a Roman word indicating anyone who is not Roman. As to whether the Egyptians relied on the Phoenicians’ seafaring knowledge, that is possible, given how the two cultures shared information. However, it won’t explain how the same Egyptian reed boat design ended up in Bolivia, on Lake Titicaca, a design that is clearly not Phoenician. The point is, before you attack the work of others, get your facts straight.

 

"Celt" is a Greek word, referring to the shape of metal ingots in the Bronze Age trade. They were a cornerstone of Phoenician wealth. There is an abundance of evidence of Phoenician (and Egyptian) presence in the Western hemisphere- reed boats are probably the weakest.

There is controversy about how "Celt" was pronounced As in "Boston C(s)eltics. K or S? Keltoi is the wrong word.
Both the Celts of Europe and the Phoenicians, based in Lebanon, are both direct descendants of the people who the Greeks called Scythians, from the Black Sea/Caucasus region. Nobody knows what they called themselves, but they became marine traders and agrarians after the lake flooded and became the Black Sea. Semitic peoples are also relatives. Check the genetic/DNA research.
You can get readable summaries at Phoenicia.org and electricscotland.com.

"Naupa" doesn't mean "inhabitant of the spirit world" in any Andean language; it means "old" in quechua. "Old Church." The site isn't remote, it's about an hour's walk from highway 28B on a well-traveled local road, and it is not difficult to access, it's a five minute climb up a tier of Inca terraces; in fact, it is a well-known and advertised tourist destination. Further, "chakana" has nothing to do with hollow reeds; in Inca times the word referred to the three stars in the "belt" of the constellation Orion. The exterior altar is very similar to the "Bath of the Virgins" in nearby Ollantaytambo.

The place is still venerated by the local Peruvians; offerings of flowers, seashells, or coca leaves can often be found there. The stone carving is wonderful, and worth the walk in you are in the area. The location is shown on the large tourist information sign across on the south side of the Inca Bridge.

Kneel at the "door" portal of Naupa Huaca and meditate, also sit in the middle niche of the bluestone niches, rest your arms on the "knobs".... you will have amazing insights, visions, and experiences meaningful to you. There are many awaiting you there. A great tool of awakening. Take it seriously.

Thank you. I am an old recovering Roman catholic, and I no longer kneel. "Many awaiting"? I have seen them, and also my own dark side, with Ayahuasca.
"knobs" is a U.S. idiom for breasts.
Visions are no mystery to me. My first career was as a psychotherapist, and I grew to hypnotherapy.
Second career was teaching Organizational Behavior.
Send me your mailing address if you would like a copy of my book about hypnotherapy.

Peru TravelAgencies's picture

Hello Walter, ive been into ayahuasca in here cusco, and i will try it after read your book...if u send me a copy of course...thanx alot..let me know if you trip to cusco once again

It is not known where the Inca came from. There were only around for 97 years before the Spanish destroyed their civilisation and culture. Mythology has them walking out of the side of a mountain and tradition has that site south of Cusco, however there are many anomalies with that assumption. Mythology is easy to dismiss but I believe we need to look deeper and the route to this research being vibration. It is interesting that the musical scale is mentioned within the text of this article and it is worth mentioning the cubes in the ceiling of Rosslyn Chapel near Edinburgh in Scotland, again musical notes seemingly hidden but found through the science of Cymatics. Another interesting avenue for research being the change of A (432 Hz) within the musical scale to 440. So much has been lost but why this site was destroyed is at the time a mystery

I took a group to Naupa Iglesia on 7 March '17. An interesting site that has, in my opinion, been deliberately destroyed. What we see being only a fraction of what he site once was. There are numerous holes bored into the rock that appear to be where some form of primitive explosive have been placed. On the picture above the rectangular carving is one, there are many others. Each seem to be where large sections of carved rock have gone. To the right there is a very large section that has completely gone, only the outer most caving remaining. There are large pieces of rock around what is left. The obvious question is who destroyed in and why? One can surmise it had to be the Spanish however their reason has to be the real question. I have a hypothesis that involves frequencies described in the articles text. Was this site so powerful the Spanish were scared of it?

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