The Nazca Lines: Ancient “vimana” runways?

There is something very similar to an airstrip in Nazca, which only a few people know of. What if in the distant past, Nazca lines were used as runways for the ancient Vimanas?

Since the Nazca lines and their intricate figures were discovered, people have been wondering what their real purpose would be. Were these giant figures meant to be seen from above? What are the ancients trying to say to future generations? Were the Nazca Lines mere ancient art?

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Bird eye view of the Nazca Lines ©️ Wikipedia

If so, why did ancient humans created these lines that cannot be fully appreciated from the ground up? Trying to explain the Nazca Lines while maintaining a “traditional” logic seems to be almost impossible. And if the answer to the enigmatic Nazca Lines is right in front of us, yet we do not want to accept it?

Professor Masato Sakai, an expert in archaeology, has been investigating the Nazca lines for more than ten years; it is estimated that there are about a thousand straight lines found in Nazca, which facilitated communication and relations between villages and people.

According to the theory proposed by Professor Sakai, the Nazca Lines were produced over a period of about 2,000 years from 400 BC. While her theory is certainly interesting, she fails to explain the general purpose of the figures, geometric shapes and giant mountain trails that look as if the upper part has literally been removed to create an almost flat surface. Incredible as it may be, this strangely mimics modern (airstrip) runways.

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Uper part of the mountain Nazca, Peru ©️ Wikipedia
The question is, why are we not interpreting the giant lines with what appear to be giant clues?

Well, first of all, it would go against everything that has been said by history in the past hundreds of years. The ancient human beings that inhabited the regions of the Americas, Asia and Africa were primitive and had no technological advances, so the idea that the Nazca Lines could have been used as a kind of giant track sounds ridiculous to anyone following the traditional history of humanity.

Unfortunately, it has been proven that traditional scholars do not have a very open mind when it comes to places like the Nazca Lines, Puma Punku, Tiahuanaco, Teotihuacan, etc.

But just because traditional scholars say that it is impossible for ancient humanity thousands of years ago to have advanced technology does not necessarily mean that it is true.

An important question that we need to raise is whether the Nazca lines were really an ancient art or a way for the ancient humans to communicate, because there are inexplicable magnetic anomalies present in these mysterious lines. Or was it just a place for ancient art.

According to reports, scientists at the University of Dresden researched the Nazca Lines. They measured the magnetic field and found changes in the magnetic field under some of the lines at Nazca.

Electrical conductivity was also measured at Nazca, where tests were performed directly on and next to Nazca lines, and the results showed that electrical conductivity was almost 8000 times higher on the lines than next to them. According to the researchers, approximately eight feet below some of the lines there are anomalies in the magnetic field.

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Nazca lines ©️ Wikipedia

According to the myth recorded by Juan de Betanzos, Viracocha rose from Lake Titicaca (or sometimes the cave of Pacaritambo) during the time of darkness to bring forth light. Some of the parts of Nazca have amazing designs, highly accurate triangles that are a mystery.

Some of the triangles look like they were made by something that literally pressed the ground down at least 30 inches with incredible force. Could the ancient Nazca have done this? With their feet? How would you press down a six-mile “perfect” triangle into the desert? These are some of the theories from mainstream scholars which try to explain the enigmatic lines at Nazca.

There is something about Nazca that makes it unique, unlike any other place on Earth, but we just don’t know what it is, and we probably won’t know anytime soon.