the image generates a pop-up asking for login, and wont
open. ive seen it pictured from afar, and can see how it looks like a
reclining figure atop the structure. im more interested if the rock on top
is basalt pillow lava. it would be more telling than the legend. it
would be good if they used remote sensing gpr to see if there are walls or
chambers underground there. it appears to have been built long ago during
the site doesnt fit the clues given for the abbey-monastery of
the white brotherhood. their description fits the semi-tropical valley
that lies between machu picchu and olantaytambo. cyclopean ruins exist in
both these places. maybe others know, is it true that megalithic
construction only exists on the altiplano? as far as i know, no cyclopean
ruins are near sealevel, or in the coastal valleys.
muru, meru, or perhaps better meroe, as was also applied to
btw, i posted a good article on the cyclopean ruins of tonga
on my ancient-mysteries list. they say it was a port.