Sorcerers of Stone: Architects of the Three Ages

Sorcerers of Stone: Architects of the Three Ages

by Camille M. Sauvï
Sorcerers of Stone: Architects of the Three Ages

Sorcerers of Stone: Architects of the Three Ages

by Camille M. Sauvï

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Overview

Proof of a long-forgotten ancient worldwide civilization

• Explains the three distinct architectural styles found at the majority of sacred sites, representing three ancient world ages

• Examines evidence of the two oldest architectural ages at sites in the Sacred Valley of Peru in depth, connecting them to other sites around the world

• Explores the sophisticated science behind the construction of these stone sites, including modern research on acoustic levitation and ancient use of geopolymers

All around the world are mysterious ancient monoliths with strange features—perfectly carved terraces, massive steps, basins, and abstract forms with underground grottos and cave systems. Most archaeologists have a hard time explaining them and attribute their construction to the earliest known cultures in the area.

Examining sacred sites in Peru and their counterparts around the world, researcher and journalist Camille M. Sauvé shows how these sites share specific architectural characteristics and reveal evidence of a very ancient culture that once existed worldwide. She examines the work of Peruvian researcher Alfredo Gamarra, who first described in detail the three distinct building styles and construction methods of these sites and how they represent three ancient world ages. She explains how Hanan Pacha ("heaven above") constructions, the oldest style, are universally revered as sacred by the civilizations that came after them. Weaving together a tapestry of what early humanity looked like, Sauvé examines the writings of famous clairvoyants like Rudolf Steiner, Madame Blavatsky, and Edgar Cayce who recorded the works of early man through the Akashic records.

Besides the more esoteric questions about who could have built these wonders, Sauvé also examines the unique properties of the monoliths themselves and the sophisticated science behind the construction of these stone sites. She shows how they seem to be placed on earth power spots and how most of the rocks have significant piezoelectric properties from high quartz and silica content.

Revealing that many sacred sites are much older than previously thought, Camille Sauvé shows that Peru may hold the secret to remembering our forgotten prehistory.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781591435082
Publisher: Inner Traditions/Bear & Company
Publication date: 05/21/2024
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 629,045
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Camille M. Sauvé is an independent journalist, photographer, graphic designer, and author living in the Sacred Valley in Cusco, Peru. She has spent hundreds of hours researching and personally exploring Peru’s enigmatic archaeological sites, their technical sophistication, possible uses, and who was responsible for their creation.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

Introduction

PA R T 1

Different Styles, Different Cultures

1 The Cosmogony of the Three Worlds

2 The Expanding Earth Timeline

3 Three Worlds, Three Orbits?

PA R T 2

The Science behind the Stones


4 Feeling High? Wakas and Altered States

5 Chambers for Initiation

6 Sacred Sites and Sound Healing

7 Did Acoustic Levitation Move the Megaliths?

8 Proof of Geopolymers Used

9 Evidence of Vitrification

PA R T 3

Rending the Veil: Visions from the Akashic

10 The Viewers: Steiner, Blavatsky, and Subramuniya

11 Time: Relatively Speaking

PA R T 4

Reexamining Our History

12 Stone Oddities

13 Tales of Lost Worlds

14 Examples of Hanan and Uran Pacha Sites around the World

Conclusion

Notes

Bibliography

Index
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