Digging for the Truth: Machu Picchu; Lost City of the Inca

“The stones here demonstrate the vital element of Inca spirituality. It’s calle sacred geography, a spirit connection not just between the rocks and mountain, but between the stone, these people, and the heavens above.”

In 1911, Hiram Bingham, famed American explorer, stumbled across a remote Inca city atop a high peak in the Andes. The site was called Machu Picchu – perhaps the most famous ruin in the world. What was its purpose? Was it, like Bingham believed, a military fortress? Or did this glorious ruin have a secret purpose? From the mountains of Peru, Josh will follow in the footsteps of Hiram Bingham. He builds a log bridge across a raging river, examines the stonework at the site, and reviews ancient manuscripts to discover the ‘true’ purpose of Machu Picchu. (Excerpt from main website)

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