Pumapunku stone with precision cut slot and holes
The Early Intermediate Period 200 A.D. – 600 A.D. ends and that means the Moche, and Nazca, civilizations are on the decline. The Middle Horizon Period starts in 600 A.D. and the only civilization of consequence that remains is the Wari civilization in the foothills of Peru. However, the civilization of Tiwanaku was still growing and spreading.
There is much controversy by ancient astronaut theorists about the technology used at Pumapunku and Tiwanaku. Because they believe certain practices and methods used by these people in stone construction does not fit the time. They claim an outside technology was used to transport the monoliths and move them from location to location. This is possible and based on a theory this could have indeed happened. Here are some examples: No one knows how 160-ton rocks were transplanted to the megalithic site. Without modern technology, how did they do it? Such large rock platforms could have been used as launching pads for spacecraft into outer space. At the top center of the Temple of the sun god is a being carved in the center who may be an astronaut. Many large stone figures may depict warriors or guardians. They may even be depicted as ET guards or warriors.
A Tiwanaku stone guard
The area within the kilometer separating the Pumapunku and Tiwanaku has been surveyed using ground-penetrating radar, magnetometry, induced electrical conductivity, and magnetic susceptibility. The geophysical data collected from these surveys and excavations have revealed in the area between the Pumapunku and Tiwanaku the presence of numerous man-made structures still buried.
Pumapunku Construction Blocks
It is theorized by some that these blocks were put into molds similar to the way concrete is done today, except these were done in a seamless manner. This could be evidence of futuristic technology. The people that came after the people of Tiwanaku destroyed ninety per-cent of Tiwanaku and Pumapunku; they were the Inca, the Spanish Colonialists, and the government of Bolivia. They tore down the structures of Tiwanaku to use them in building their own structures. We know of two instances where they used the stones from Tiwanaku and Pumapunku to build a church and a railroad bridge. That is why it looks as if the people of Tiwanaku never finished their construction projects. What you see is the result of de-construction of the monuments left behind by the Tiwanaku by the people who came after them. Besides the leaders of Tiwanaku were frequently having older structures torn down to build new ones.
How the construction blocks could have been used in building structures at Pumapunku
The story says that after the Great Flood and the creation, Viracocha sent his sons (officers) went to visit the tribes to the Northeast and Northwest of Tiwanaku to determine if they still obeyed his commandments. They were sent as priests to instruct the people and they themselves possessed some incredible technology or power. Viracocha himself is said to have traveled north of Tiwanaku which is implied by the Inca. They also taught the tribes which plants were edible, which had medicinal properties, and which were poisonous. Eventually, Viracocha, and his officers reached the village of Cuzco.
An Early Inca Village