The Doorway of Aramu Muru

In the early 1990s, mountaineering guide Jose Luis Delgado Mamani was exploring the Peruvian countryside when he came across an area where the rock had been smoothed to a flat surface and adorned with a small alcove.

Known as Aramu Muru and located on lake Titicaca near the border with Bolivia, the flat stone is roughly 23-feet square, with a T-shaped alcove some 6 feet, 6 inches tall carved into it. What purpose the door once served is unknown, but the most likely explanation is that it was an abandoned Inca construction project.

Locals call the doorway the “Puerta de Hayu Marca,” or “Gate of the Gods.” They report glowing blue spheres and bright white and rainbow-colored objects sighted over lake Titicaca, and conclude with a prophecy that the door will one day open and allow the gods to return in their sun ships.

Peru’s Gate of the Gods


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