Short interviews with me on Gamarra's ideas and discoveries at Sacsayhuaman and in the centre of Cusco.
Video 1 Interview How 2 different building styles fit seamlessly together. At Sacsayhuaman, Cusco, Peru.
Video 4 Interview
Strange rocks with rectangular shapes, a part of Sacsyahuaman that tourists don't get to see. Also a very nice example of vitrification, a part of the rock that seems to be treated with heat and that can be seen very well on this video.
Video 7 Interview
Here you will see the "Chincana Grande", which means big tunnel, a perfect example of what they could do during the Hanan Pacha with the rock. The second tunnel is the "Chincana chica", which means small tunnel, and this is a excellent example of vitrified stone.
Video 2 Interview
More examples how 2 different styles fit seamlessly together, and a typical example of the first and oldest building style (called Hanan Pacha by Alfredo Gamarra).
Video 5 Interview
Excellent constructions made in the living rock with great precision, according to Alfredo Gamarra, remnants from a first building-style of the Hanan Pacha time, a time long before the Incas. More strange rocks in this rather unkown part of Sacsayhuaman.
Video 8 Interview
Wall in the centre of Cusco where perfect fitting stones can be seen, and on the same wall, especially on the borders, there are vitrified parts that reflect with the lights of the central square of Cusco.
Video 3 Interview
Here the altar called "the Inca Throne", although Alfredo Gamarra said this structure has nothing to do with the Incas. An excellent construction made in the living rock with great precision, according to Gamarra it would have been made with moulds and heat. Another example of the first style Hanan Pacha.
Video 6 Interview
More of the strange, rectangular constructions at Sacsayhuaman.
Video 9 Interview
The same wall in the centre of Cusco with perfect fitting stones, here I am especially indicating vitrified pieces of the stones that reflect with the lights of the central square of Cusco..