Month: August 2016
Many of the astonishingly beautiful statues that are on display in the Cairo Museum are dated by the writing and names on them. But is the writing always contemporary to the statues themselves? Some of the statues also display strange markings that seem indicative of advanced tooling – tooling that was not known to the dynastic Egyptian culture according to orthodox Egyptology.
In an excerpt from Pukajay Podcast #1 we discuss some examples of the statues, and their writings and markings, set to video at 1080p.
Our goal at Pukajay Productions is to examine our deep history and the accuracy of our current beliefs. Is it possible that there is more to our history than we remember?
Our current understanding of human civilized history goes back a mere 6,000 years- a drop in the ocean of our planet’s approximate four billion years of existence.
That we have come far enough in our science to understand the age of the planet, and the inconsistency that discovery presented with the religious beliefs of world creation, is progress indeed but we should remember that not long ago we were persecuting scientists for conflicting with the church’s story. Even today there is still significant ‘push back’ against ideas that challenge the current paradigm in uncomfortable ways.
Our scientific understanding is limited, in many ways as far as we have come, we are still in our infancy- our science corrects its major theories all the time, as we stumble across new evidence we weren’t expecting to find, and our most brilliant scientists find themselves surprised and confounded by discoveries that suddenly generate whole new fields of research.
Some of our sciences, such as archaeology, are relatively new sciences. For a long time there has been an accepted story of man’s past, and we find that this narrative has often been shaped to conform to a more comfortable belief of who we are and where we came from.
Pukajay Productions been traveling to ancient sites around the world, looking at construction oddities, strange tool marks, considering purposes for structures, and generally looking outside of the box. And we’ve found that there is much evidence that is being purposefully and systematically ignored, ridiculed, downplayed and sometimes, removed.
Very often we see narrow-minded, entirely circumstantial evidence used as the entire basis for our current viewpoint, and nowhere is this more evident than in Egypt. Everything from the alignment, construction time, purpose and credit for construction of the great pyramids, is based on the flimsiest circumstantial evidence imaginable.Egyptology is possibly the softest of sciences, and we will show you how and why this is.
From the Giza Plateau, strange sites at Saqqara and Dashur, all the way down to the Osireon at Abydos, we will show you evidence that all is not as you have been led to believe.
South America has also been subject to wishful academic timelines, and many sites there are obviously much older and display unbelievable construction techniques that still mystify us today. Sites Like Saksayhuaman, Ollantaytambo, Machu Pic’chu, Puma Punku and others all show distinct signs of different periods of construction, from the incredibly old monolithic “Hanan Pacha”, to the more cellular incredible “Urun Pacha” style construction like Saksayhuaman, the Qoriqancha and Quillarimeroq street, to the later small stone construction of the Inca, or “Ukun Pacha”.
Everywhere we go, we seek out the indigenous story, and we compare it to the orthodox story, and then we ask engineers and stonemasons what they think, and the information is stunningly different from the text books.
It appears that there has been a distinct effort to sanitize our history, and sweep what has gone before under the rug. Religion has historically played a huge part in this agenda, but it now seems certain areas of academia are playing the same game.
Despite emerging scientific theories on global catastrophic events, despite new and exciting discoveries on lateral cross species evolution, there are still massive gaps in the human story, and these are often downplayed.
Gaps in the fossil record, gaps in the evolutionary record, we are still not sure about Sapiens Sapiens and its ancestors.
Just in the past few years several new species of humanoid have been discovered that shed new light, while casting doubt on the existing beliefs.
Recent radiocarbon dating of carbonised plant remains alongside human remains along the Savannah river in South Carolina indicate that humans inhabited North America at least 50,000 years ago. According to Dr Albert Goodyear of the University of South Carolina, 50,000 years should be seen as the minimum age, and the remains are likely older.
Our developmental timeline is also questionable,if sapiens sapiens has existed in its current form for over 200,000 years, why did we not progress at a similar rate to the last 6,000 years? Why were we in the darkness, hunter-gathering and repetitively bashing rocks together for the vast majority of that time before the sudden explosion of agriculture, art, engineering and societization that we see in the last 6,000 year period? Is it possible that there is something we have missed? Something we have forgotten?
We take a lot of information from our early histories, but we seem to dismiss as fable this flood and extinction ‘myth’ or ‘legend’ that all our religions and indigenous histories seem to have. Perhaps it is just too hard for some to imagine such a massive event as to throw into doubt the continuation of not just our species, but most species all over the globe.
Were we wiped from the face of the earth? If so, have we been wiped from the face of the earth multiple times? Is there evidence of such events? Is there evidence of our prior existence that we have shoehorned into our current timeline because we were unable or unwilling to see it?
We at Pukajay Productions have been reading the works of many authors and researchers who have been asking these questions and presenting their findings, often to fierce resistance, and we have been asking our own questions, to these authors, researchers, stonemasons, geologists, indigenous history keepers and each other.. Who are we really? How long have we been here? Will these global events happen again? If so, when is this likely to happen again?
Our goal is to present all these questions, compare and contrast all the evidence, and hopefully a bigger, fascinating picture will emerge that will help to challenge our current understanding of history as we know it..
A new video – an excerpt from our recent Pukajay Podcast #1.
We discuss the Younger Dryas Impact theory and discuss why it should be affecting our view of history. Set to video illustration at 1080p!
The Younger Dryas impact theory is backed up by several peer-reviewed papers:
The Case for the Younger Dryas Extraterrestrial Impact Event. Firestone et al:
Analysis of the Younger Dryas Impact Layer, Firestone et al:
Shock-synthesized hexagonal diamonds in Younger Dryas boundary sediments, Kennett et al: