The Nazca Lines – What Are They?
There are many theories as to why the Nazca people created the figures, and I have one of my own.
The Nazca Lines Gallery
A gallery of the Nazca Lines, geoglyphs of animals and other figures in the Nazca desert of southern Peru.
30,000 Years Ago Yesterday
The giant figures at Nasca illustrate the events in the Creation Texts of ancient Egypt, this article says, and have their origin in the Alaskan Era, 30,000 years ago.
Beneath The Nasca Lines and Other Coastal Geoglyphs of Peru and Chile
Researcher and author David Johnson presents his findings after a decade of research in Peru and the coastal region of South America, yielding clues about the long-standing mystery of the Nasca Lines.
Could Nazca Lines Have Been Made by Astral Projection?
The Nazca geoglyphs have long been considered a puzzle, and the mystery of their creation is debatable, although they were clearly constructed to be seen from the air. Did the makers master the techniques of out-of-body travel?
The Lines of Peru
Fairly good overview of the mysterious Nazca Lines and the various theories surrounding their origin.
The Mysteries of Ancient Peru
Explores the many mysteries of this fascinating civilization: Cuzco and Lake Titicaca, Machu Picchu, The Nazca Lines, and more.
A new theory appears to solve these enigmatic lines: an "open air university" for teaching initiate students the scientific arts of astronomy and navigation.
Here are some excellent photos of some of the Nazca pictograms, including a bird, a "runway" and a figure this site calls an "astronaut."
New Ideas on the Nazca Lines
Were the Nazca petroglyphs created by Atlanteans - an ancient culture with flying machines?
Nasca: Spirits in the Sand
They have been explained as roads, irrigation plans, images to be appreciated from hot-air balloons, and landing strips for alien spacecraft. Since 1997, however, a Peruvian-German research collaboration has been examining the meaning of the strange designs.
The Palpa Lines
Well known are the pictograms of the Nasca plain; less well known are those of Palpa. Birds, a star and a ceremonial knife among Peru's unseen geoglyphs. One resembles a dinosaur!