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world's largest salt falt (in bolivia), when covered by a thin layer of water, reflects the sky

(stock photo) On 5/15/1978 a 4m, egg-shaped object crashed onto Taire Mountain in Bolivia. Theories that it might have been a satellite or rocket booster were quashed when NASA was able to account for all space objects. The incident was investigated by Bolivian authorities, and the CIA, but no conclusive results were released. A C-130 transport removed something from the area, but authorities refused to comment on what. For now the incident remains as mysterious as the 1947 Roswell, NM…

Quinoa, mushrooms and coca: Bolivian says ancient Andean diet has kept him alive for 123 years

Quinoa, mushrooms and coca: Bolivian says ancient Andean diet has kept him alive for 123 years - World News

A story was told by the local Aymara indians to a Spanish traveller who visited Tiahuanaco shortly after the conquest spoke of the city's original foundation in the age of Chamac Pacha, or First Creation, long before the coming of the Incas. Its earliest inhabitants, they said, possessed supernatural powers, for which they were able miraculously to lift stones of off the ground, which "...were carried [from the mountain quarries] through the air to the sound of a trumpet'.

The Largest Mirror In the World

The Largest Mirror In the World | The Salar is near the crest of the Andes, is elevated 3,656 meters (11,995 ft) above mean sea level and was formed as a result of transformations between several prehistoric lakes.

Bolivian China Supay mask, beginning of the 20th century Pink carnival mask representing a face with a salamander and snakes This is a mask of dance Diablada. This character represented a lust and sexual provocation.

Dellamorte & Co. - mortem-et-necromantia: In the Aymara and Inca...