Could it have been the Chuppacabra?
The Mayan civilization developed into highly structured kingdoms during the Classic period, A.D. 200-900 with some 3,000 years of impressive history. For reasons that are still unclear, the Maya centers of the southern lowlands went into decline during the 8th and 9th centuries and were abandoned shortly thereafter.
Killer earthquakes may have caused the collapse of numerous civilizations throughout ancient Mexico and Meso-America, scientists have reported. Other sources believe that ecological causes such as drought, mismanagement of agricultural resources, and environmental disaster brought down these once great civilizations.
Still other theories lean toward overpopulation, foreign invasion, peasant revolt, climate change and other reasons for the disappearance of the Mayans. Human history has shown that civilizations are marked by patterns of growth and decline. Some declines are gradual, occurring over centuries while others have been rapid, occurring over the course of a few years.
New information that has come to light points to a suprising conclusion to the question as to who or what was responsible for the collapse of the Mayans. The ancient Maya once occupied a vast geographic area in Central America. Their civilization extended to parts of what is now Mexico, Honduras, and El Salvador, and most of Guatemala and Belize. Looking at the impressive remains of this ancient civilization, it’s hard to imagine how such a society could collapse.
The answer is it seems to some to be the Chuppacabra.
Eyewitness sightings have been claimed as early as 1990, and have since been reported as far north as Maine, and as far south as Chile. Physical descriptions of the creature vary. It is reportedly a heavy creature, it is commonly described as being between three to five feet in height, having kangaroo-like hind legs, large glowing red eyes, and a row of spines down the center of its back. Its name literally translated means The Goat Sucker.
The Chupacabra is famous for draining the blood from its victims using small bite marks; there marks have ranged in number, usually from two to four marks. Foot prints are never found surrounding the victims carcass and there have been several instances where surrounding animals, including guard dogs, do not become alarmed during these attacks which can happen as quickly as fifteen minutes.
How It All Came To Be
The legendary ‘Lost City of Machu Picchu’ is without a doubt the most important tourist attraction in Peru and one of the world’s most impressive archaeological sites. Machu Picchu literally means “old peak”; and is sometimes called the “Lost City of the Incas”. It is a well-preserved pre-Columbian Inca ruin located on a high mountain ridge, at an elevation of about 7,000 feet. It is thought that the city was built by the Sapa Inca Pachacuti in about 1440 and was inhabited until the last Spanish conquest of Peru in 1532. Machu Picchu is also one of the Inca’s best kept secrets.
Built by the Incas on the summit of Machu Picchu, overlooking the deep canyon of the Urubamba river in a semi-tropical area is a temple knows now as “The Citadel”. Since they did not leave written records, it remains a mystery. The dramatic setting of the Citadel in a remote area of the Peruvian Andes enhances the shroud of mystery even more. Discovered only in 1911 by an American Yale professor The building is thought to have been a sanctuary inhabited by high priests and the “Virgins of the Sun” (sacrificial women). Excavations of the Citadel revealed that of the 135 skeletons found, 109 were women.
Who Where These Women?
It turns out that these skeletal remains represent the monthly sacrifices that were offered to appease the Chuppacabra! New information comes to light that shows that the high priests of the Citadel were able to tame the Chuppacabra and use them as a means to defend the Inca against the invading Spanish Conquistador. Accordingly, the legend of the Chupacabra is of a half-human, half-vampire beast that came to them by way of extraterrestials and was employed by the priests of the Citadel to assist them in repelling the Spaniards. It has been said that the Chuppacabra were fed the flesh of these human sacrifices and developed a taste for human flesh that could never be satisfied.
Not far from the Citadel are the famous Nazca lines. The fantastic drawings can only be appreciated from high up in the sky where about 300 figures such as a monkey, a flower and a spider appear before your eyes. There were no aircraft available to see these lines when they were scraped into the ground. Could these be the ancient distress signal the Inca sent to some ancient alien intelligence in the sky?
The victims of the Chuppacabra are today, most often goats and chickens and are reportedly drained of all their blood, but otherwise left intact. There is usually no other evidence of a struggle or attack, simply two or sometimes three puncture marks in the victims neck. It would be a formidable weapon if bred in large numbers and set up the invading Spanish Conquistadors who would unable to defend themselves against them.
The Chuppacabra was very effective against the Conquistador. The Spanish invasion of South and Central America ended abruptly in 1532. The solution had within it a serious problem. Once the Spanish were gone the bloodthirsty Chuppacabra multiplied and migrated north looking for more victims. With an insatiable appetite for human flesh the Chuppacabra swept through the ancient cities of the pre-columbian cities including the Mayan homelands and wiped out there populations as well.
Could it be that the fall of the ancient Mayan civilization was brought about by the bloodthirsty Chuppacabra summoned from or or genetically engineered by an alien intelligence?