In some respects, Saqsayhuaman is the most impressive and mind-boggling of all the ancient sites in Peru. The way that these large heavy stones (some weighing around 200 tons) have been so precisely cut and placed together like a massive three-dimensional jigsaw puzzle defies logic and imagination.
The official narrative is that Sacsayhuaman was built by the Incas much less than 1000 years ago. However, that is highly unlikely. The fact is, that we know a great deal about the Incas, what kind of technology they had and the type of tools they used. We know that they did not have iron or steel and that the best tools they had available were bronze chisels. Nice try mainstream historians, but I’m afraid you don’t get to cut stones made of granite and andesite (some of the hardest stone on Earth!) so precisely with bronze chisels. Not only that, but there is some evidence at Sacsayhuaman that this site was built before the last ice-age which would make it older than 12,000 years.