In the desert of the South American country of Peru, the puzzle of the huge sketch of a 2200-year-old cat figure has been solved. This cat-like figure, built on a hill in the Najka Desert of Peru, is about 121 feet in length. The Najka Lines, preserved for centuries, is considered a paradise for archaeologists and UFO hunters. Many experts also claim that the aliens used to land here with their UFOs and they had created this mysterious structure. However, now scientists have revealed after long research that it is a complex system of the ancient irrigation system of Peru. Since this new claim, this place of Peru has again come under discussion.
This place was discovered in 1940
Several large figures have been found in Peru’s Najka Lines before. Due to this, archaeologists and people interested in space science from around the world keep coming here. The place was discovered in the 1940s. Since then, many valuable objects and figures of ancient human civilization have been found here. The Najka Desert lies about 400 kilometers south of the Peruvian capital of Lima.
Shapes have no connection with aliens!
The famous Swiss writer Erich von Daniken even claimed that Peruvian locals had designed these intricate animal designs to bring the aliens back to Earth. He wrote in his book ‘Chariots of the Gods’ that it can be said without a doubt that the huge paintings on the shores of the Peruvian mountains were designed to send a special message in the air. In such a situation, what could be their purpose? It was then claimed that aliens descended on this place.
Claimed to be an ancient irrigation system
Archaeologists have also long agreed that these lines were built in Colombian civilization. However, the purpose of making these paintings has always been disputed. The Salvar Najka team led by engineer Carlos Harmeda has now claimed that it is a complex system of irrigation channels. Not a sign of calling an alien. His discovery will be presented at the International Cultural Tourism Program in Cordoba, Spain next month.
Satellite photos reveal the secret of these shapes
Engineer Carlos Harmeda said that we have uncovered this mystery with many conclusive proofs. We have discovered a system that can save millions of lives worldwide. According to new research, the Najka Lines were built using a pre-Incan technique known as water harvesting. Researchers have analyzed the image after studying satellite imagery. A mosaic made of 3,750 photographs in it. The mosaic consists of 75 rows and 50 columns and covers an area of about 2,500 square kilometers in the desert.