High on a remote hilltop sits an enigma. Scientists would have you believe massive structures of stone (locally called Chulpa's) were made by the Inca. They were not. The stones are like many found throughout south America, made of volcanic stone or granite, and cut to within incredible tolerances. They fit together perfectly with only a barely visible seam. However, we have seen such stone work belonging to cultures much older - tens of thousands of years older.