Viracocha, the ‘god’ or ‘diety’ of the Incas said to have taught them medicine, architecture, and other advancements when traveling through the Inca lands after a great flood devastated them. He was described as Caucasian with a white beard, past his prime. He taught them to care and understand each other but on occasion, when threatened for his safety, was said to have the power of fire from the skies and at at least one point fell to his knees and raised his hands to the sky, showing a power of red lights which frightened the threatening group. He could effortlessly move large stones equal to hundreds of tons in weight as though they were ‘made out of cork’. He was last seen walking into the ocean where his name roughly translates to ‘foam of the sea’.
Paraphrasing most of this as part of listening to an audio book by Graham Hancock called “Fingerprints of the Gods” which covers mysteries found through archeological findings- this was a topic in the recent Farsight podcast on “rigidity of the mind” where I bumped into this highly interesting and well rejoin book that I’ve only just started.
Viracocha sounds like a subject similar to other remote viewing projects done- like Moses - and it makes me wonder (not trying to draw conclusions) if this was a freewill ET response to trying to undo damage depicted from the Noah’s Arc remote viewing project, which really screwed up civilizations. Or maybe a member of a now ‘lost’ civilization?
So the questions would be ‘Who was Viracocha? Was he real or a made up story? If real, why did he (and others similar to him) choose the help the Incas?’
Thanks! Love how much Farsight is creating thought provoking dialog! I love the shift to pointing out the Fun in all of this!