Why Caral is One of the Oldest Ruins
According to our calculations, Caral is much more ancient than anyone thought possible. Mainstream archaeology estimates the site to be at least 5,000 years old. That is even older than the official estimates for the age of the pyramids of Giza.
The area of Caral contains a large number of pyramid-like structures, which we have analyzed into a site-orientation pattern. According to our data of the Holistic Orientation-Based Dating Method, the age of Caral goes back to about 500,000 years, however, further research seems to indicate that Caral is even older – much older.
Note that we are not talking about the top structures of the pyramids of Caral. We are solely speaking of the foundations of the original buildings. It appears that many of the structures were built one over another during the eons. Because the original orientation of the buildings remained basically the same in most cases, we were able to reconstruct the age of the oldest Caral structures. They are more than one hundred times older than archaeologists estimate them to be.
We can say with a probability of more than 99.999% that the oldest Caral ruins are at least deleted 350,000 years old! We need to emphasize that our calculations are all done mathematically – without a single dig into the ground or even without making a single step on one of the pyramids. That appears not to be necessary to understand their true antiquity.
© 2017 by Mario Buildreps
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