Viracocha, the asexual God the Creator with golden blood

13. 09. 2021
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Viracocha, the sun god and supreme creator, was, like gold, sacred to the Inca Empire. However, the gold itself had no material value for the Incas, but represented Virakoch's blood and sun sweat.

Viracocha

Viracocha was the supreme creator for Inca and pre-Inca culture. He was asexual - neither male nor female. Believers seldom used Viracoch's name because of his sacred nature. Instead, they referred to God as Ilya (light), Ticci (beginning) and Wiraqocha Pacayacaciq (instructor). Highly advanced civilizations in South America in pre-prewar times were real experts on gold. Gold was part of religious rituals. Unfortunately, this interest in gold led to the fall of their civilization after the arrival of the Spanish conquistadors. For the conquistadors, the belief in Viracoch or other gods was a heresy that had to be eradicated.

In 1533, Francis Pizarro executed the last Inca emperor Atahualpa. He was strangled after he was forced to melt Inca gold and convert to Christianity. Long after the demise of the Inca civilization, the sacred nature of gold was almost forgotten. Instead, international smuggling organizations trading in blood gold (similar to blood diamonds) devastated local communities where gold was previously deified.

An alien with golden blood

For theorists and supporters of ancient astronauts, Viracocha was an alien with golden blood. The story is similar to those of the Anunnaki, the highest gods of the Mesopotamian pantheon. According to interpretations of ancient tables, aliens called Anunnaki came to Earth to mine gold. This pure element could help them save the atmosphere of their home planet.

"On their planet Nibiru, the Anunnaki were facing a situation that we may soon face on Earth - the deterioration of the ecological situation made life increasingly impossible. It was necessary to protect the declining atmosphere and the only solution seemed to be to use gold particles as a kind of shield, "said Sitchin.

Theorists also believe that monoatomic gold paved the way for immortality. For example, the ancient Egyptians enjoyed gold because, like the Incas, they believed it to be the skin and flesh of the gods.

Assumptions about Viracoch's golden blood thus unite ancient beliefs around the world. Gold has been used as a medicine for thousands of years. Today, people pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for dishes decorated with edible 23 carat gold. Although it has no taste or nutritional value. However, it is not known at all what benefits, if any, the ingestion of gold or its nanoparticles can bring.

For more theories on why aliens mined gold, see Igor Kryan's post:

Viracocha and Anunnaki

But where does Viracocha come from? In some accounts this god wore a beard, although usually his face remained hidden under a mask.

In some cases, Viracocha is described as an old bearded man with a long cloak and a cane. The image thus resembles a wizard. Remarkably, the beard could also be seen as a symbol of the water gods. Viracocha means "sea foam". According to some testimonies, the god emerged from Lake Titicaca near the ancient site of Tiwanaku, where there is a portal called the Sun Gate. There is also a monolithic statue, reminiscent of a bearded Anunnaki, which could be a depiction of Viracocha. The statue is very similar to others found around the world, such as in Turkey or Easter Island.

Statue of Viracocha in Tiwanaku

The Sun Gate depicts Viracoch standing with sticks in his hands and surrounded by 48 winged chasquis or "messengers of God." Here is a comparison with the biblical angels and guardians of the book of Enoch. But what do these sticks represent? For example, could it be some kind of technology used to move massive stones?

Check out the KuriaTV documentary about the Sun Gate:

Not far below the Sun Gate, a huge wall is decorated with a series of stone heads resembling aliens. It is possible that each head represents a different alien or human race. One of them is really strikingly reminiscent of a modern depiction of a gray alien.

Below you can see the statue of Viracocha by Brien Foerster:

Viracocha and Akhenaten

For the Incas, the official religion was the sun cult. The same was true in Egypt, where Pharaoh Akhenaten created the first monotheistic state religion. For Akhenaten, the solar disk Aten was the creator of all nature, and he was his earthly representative. Meanwhile, the Incas worshiped the solar deity Inti, who was the second creator of all nature and humanity after Virakoch. According to our era, the extraterrestrial-looking Akhenaten ruled for 17 years between 1353 BC and 1335 BC As in the case of Viracocha, Akhenaten appears to be asexual in many ancient depictions. The similarities are again remarkable.

When the Chanks attacked, the ruler Viracocha and his eldest son fled. Then Pachacuti's younger brother, with the help of a mirrored sun disk, summoned the god Viracoch to help him resist. It is suggested that Viracocha may have entered the Inca pantheon under Emperor Viracocha, who adopted this divine name.

According to Viracoch legend, he complied with Pachacuti and created an army of levitating stone soldiers called the Pururaucas, who were to defeat the Khan invaders. Nearby, in the Puerta de Hayu Marc, according to legend, an Inca priest and King Aramu Muru used a solar disk to open the portal and disappear.

The flood and the promise of return

Believers claimed that Viracocha created the earth and the sky over Lake Titicaca. According to some versions of the story, Viracocha created a race of giant people. But they displeased God, and he flooded the world to destroy the giants. So here we have a well-known story about the flood, similar to the biblical Epic of Gilgamesh and the Nephilim.

After creating the Sun, Moon and Stars, Viracocha traveled the world to teach people how to build civilization. Of course, if Viracocha could roam the world, it could explain why there are similar stories in places like Egypt or ancient Sumer. Viracocha eventually left the Pacific, but promised to return one day. Until then, the Sun, the Inti, and the Moon, Quilla, will be on guard.

Maybe one day Viracocha will reappear and the secret of his power will be revealed. If that happens, we'll finally know why there are so many stories about creating a world so similar?

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