There are several traditions about Peru’s “Gate of the Gods” etched into the rock. The majority of them mention an energy gateway via which humans and gods may travel between dimensions.
Return with me to Peru, to the cliffs on the beaches of Lake Titicaca. We’ll arrive in front of Hayu Marka, a mystery location. A strong edifice known as the Gate of the Gods or Puerta de Hayu Mark may be found there.
The history and finding of the Gate of the Gods.
The gate, sculpted in pink marble, is one of Peru’s numerous enigmatic findings. The Inca mythology is where the earliest knowledge about it may be discovered.
Lake Titicaca, according to the Incas, was the origin of the world. It everything began here, and it’s where people’s spirits return once they die.
While investigating the region in 1996, Peruvian guide José Luis Delgado Mamani came upon the Gate of the Gods. Mamani said that the jolt he felt as he neared the rock structure almost caused him to pass out.
Mamani, José Luis Delgado
The explanation for this was that the guide had seen this granite gate in his dreams long before seeing it with his true eyes. There’s no way this is a coincidence. The gigantic doorway emitted a peculiar blue light, which was very intriguing. The episode has been dubbed “God’s revelation” by Mamani.
What is the significance of the enigmatic object?
Many people think the Gate of the Gods is more than just a granite feature. They see them as a tremendous energy conduit via which gods or extraterrestrial creatures, as well as regular humans, or at the very least their souls, might transcend from one dimension to another.
Legend has it that the heroes of the tribes that formerly inhabited this area were honored to travel through the Gate of the Gods to the afterlife when their time on Earth came to an end.
The enigmatic doorway is 7 meters tall and 7 meters wide. It’s designed like a door, but the most intriguing feature is that it’s flanked by a smaller door. There’s also a little hole in it that the indigenous tribes see as a key to unlocking the gateway.
They think that in the future, this gateway will open much wider than it already does, allowing the gods to come to Earth and assist the people.
Locals also claim that one priest found himself in front of the Gates of the Gods while escaping the Spanish conquistadors during the Inca era. A group of shamans stood vigil at the gateway.
A golden disc was held by the priest. He and the shamans were taken aback when they discovered that it fit exactly into the smaller door’s “lock.” The gateway opened once they placed a disc inside it.
The whole room was bathed in a soft blue gleaming light. To avoid the approaching conquistadors, the priest dashed through the open door. He entered a secret, otherworldly realm that man has yet to discover.
But let’s go back to the current moment. José Luis Delgado Mamani promptly contacted local archaeologists and historians after uncovering the Gate of the Gods. This location drew their interest right once, and several Inca culture and life scholars were assigned to the job.
The theory that the Gate of the Gods is a conduit to other realms is still controversial among scientists. They came to the conclusion that this door does not lead to any subterranean tunnels or other shelters. In other words, this door, according to them, goes nowhere.
Surprisingly, several researchers report having strange feelings when inspecting the door. As they reached the gate, some claim to have sensed a gentle pulsing of energy from inside. Others claim to have heard odd rhythmic music emanating from the stones. Others claim to have experienced weird visions of flaming pillars and other unrelated things.
Of course, this enigmatic gate isn’t the only location mentioned as a gateway to other planets and realms. They may also be found in many other parts of the globe. We can only speculate on whether the tales regarding them are genuine or not.