Thursday, October 24, 2013

New Light on the Nazca Lines

Author: KaNeka Butler

Photo from Two Crows Paranormal
It has been researched that the first drawings of Nazca Lines were drawn and created between 2,100 and 1,300 years ago in the Peruvian Desert (Science Daily). Dr. Clive Ruggles has been investigating these lines for five years. These lines were drawn by the Nasca people between the years of 100 BC and AD 700 ( .

You asked what are Nazca Lines? Nazca Lines are lines that have been drawn in the Peruvian Desert that has a spiritual meaning behind each drawing and creation. Wherever these lines are, no one farms in that area. The nature of the soil itself is made up of clay and gypsum. Humid makes the stones sink deeper. During the day, the sun hardens the surface, leaving stones more securely in the soil. Even hard and strong wind can’t move these stones. Thats why lines are still visible after 2000 years (

Facts About Nazca Lines:
When flying over the Enigma, you see the different shapes that have been created. Hundreds of individuals figure ranges in complexity from simple lines to stylized creatures. Some of these creatures vary from hummingbirds, spiders, monkeys, sharks and fish. (

            this video is taking the audience on a journey through the Peruvian Desert. While on this journey, viewers will see the amazing visuals of Nazca Lines and the feeling it brings to know such wonderful humans had this amazing talent. It is breathtaking.

Works Cited

Ruggles, Clives. "Ancient Drawings in Peruvian Desert: New Light in the Nazca Lines." Science Daily. N.p., n.d. Web. 2012 Dec. 19 Oct 2013.

"Indiana Jones 4- crystal skull." Awesome Stories. N.p.. Web. 19 Oct 2013

 Youtube. N.p.. Web. 19 Oct 2013.

Links for further information:

            This website describes how scientists and archeologists view nazca lines.

            This website is a web page based on a museum that displays visuals of the lines from numerous trips.

            This web page is basically a dictionary of the words and phrases used by the Nazca people to describe their creations.

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