A0551: What are the Nazca lines for?

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If we are going to talk about these lines, then we need to educate you about the culture that once created these petroglyphs. When we have enlightened you about this culture, you will look at these petroglyphs with completely different eyes, because they were not ritualistic walking paths, nor did these diagrams have anything to do with an extraterrestrial species, as Erich von Daeniken already suggested. No, they have a completely different purpose, which we will reveal today.

First, let us look at the culture that is responsible for these charts. These are the same indigenous peoples who still roam the areas today, though we will also say who they actually are. The Maya were a very advanced society and they adopted many things from an advanced civilisation that had been in the area before. This advanced civilisation was founded by the Anunnaki Seth and after the inhabitants of the Mediterranean rebelled against the Anunnaki gods and forced them to retreat from the surface of the planet, the Anunnaki also left the surface of the earth, who were present in the area where the great empire of the Maya later arose. The Anunnaki did not reside where the great temple complexes that you can still admire today later arose, but a little to the south-west of it. When the Anunnaki disappeared, the high culture of the time on the South American continent was at a loss, so the priestly caste took advantage of the power vacuum and formed isolated kingdoms. You know some of these kingdoms today, although we must say you know they existed, but you actually know very little of the culture that could give you a fair view of these cultures. When the Anunnaki disappeared the priests came into power so there were many cultural actions that had to be carried out. 

As the cultures became more and more taken over by the priestly ideologies, parts of the population also turned against them. When the priests of the kingdoms found out about it, they decreed that these societies would have to atone for it. Since this culture was not as barbaric as you assume today, these societies that rebelled against the priests had to do hard physical labour. But the priests did not want these societies to be able to cause unrest among the population, so a punishment was soon devised that can still be seen today. If you now think that this hardly seems credible, then you also don’t know how many of these scratches there actually are and just think about how people must have felt who had to scratch straight and also curved lines into the ground for kilometres. At that time, the area looked quite imposing and during the reign of the priestly caste, many populations rebelled and were then banished for some time so that they could also scratch straight and curved lines.

After the priests gradually had to relinquish their power, the new scratchers also became fewer and fewer. Then, when the warriors and families of warriors ruled the areas, these punishments were discontinued altogether, because these people resorted to quite different means to keep the rebellious societies in check.

The purpose of the scratches was to break down resistance among the population, so that no person had ever voluntarily put on one of these scratches, but those who were condemned to do so made the best of it, so that even today people can marvel at these little works of art.

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