Scribal Note: This was received in answer to a scribal query concerning the origin of the ‘Nazca Lines’ in Peru.
It is included here for interest's sake alone.
“The lines upon the slopes and plains of the land of Peru were a long-time in discovery,
were a long-time in the absence of scholarship,
were a long-time in requesting the counselling of God.
The lining of Peru is a puzzle as laid before the intellect of man,
fails man’s understanding of the purpose,
understanding of the means,
understanding of the view best seen from above the topography of the land,
understanding of the vastness of the scope with the reasoning leading to existence:
of the residues within the here and now.
The lining of Peru restores the knowledge base of man,
from that which has been lost within man’s history,
from that which was dramatic,
from that wherein only partial residues remain,
from that which holds no promise for the future,
hides no threat from the past,
has no benefit within the present.
The lining of Peru dates from many centuries,
dates from a time of habitation,
a time of population,
a time of high activity,
a time of high belief,
a time of motivation,
a time of illness and decline.
The lining of Peru is not recorded within the history books of man,
is not perceived of being of much value,
is but a curiosity spread upon a landscape in the past.
The lining of Peru took some effort in installing,
took some effort in aligning,
took some effort in resolving the intricacies displayed,
within an inspection,
forming as a result of additions by the later over those of the earlier.
The lining of Peru occurred in layers as the later generations built upon the efforts of the earlier:
occurred as the straight lines occupied the space;
occurred with the new layer enforced to become diagonals to distinguish from the previous;
occurred as the further layer so filled its layer –
which were inscribed as circles,
still claiming such uniqueness within the patterning of man;
finally came the constructs of uniqueness,
still identifying the families of participation in the claims to ownership,
together with the records of the earlier generations as they came and went;
now presenting an intermixed conformity –
from which is hard for man to fathom the ‘how’,
The lining of Peru are the family histories recorded for posterity on their land of inheritance:
with the length of line determining the extent of the family within a generation –
which is intended to be sized by the variability in the steps involved in the totality of
the walking of the line;
with the size of circles and the size of glyphs within the ownership of the land concerned;
with the later spread of new glyphs based on perceptions from the lives –
as families extended their possession of the land;
and even later,
as time erased land-based relationships,
as the land became a drawing board,
for those without an interest in inheritance,
for those driven to leave their mark upon the scene –
as do the graffiti artists of today.
The lining of Peru in other areas,
where depressed circles show the residues of surrounding mounds:
are the result of the harvesting of salt pans via the salt ponds –
where water with its contents was concentrated by the evaporation of the days –
when this was practical and practised in the inhospitableness of surroundings –
prior to the event and onset of sickness and disease brought from afar in the trading of the salt.
The lining of Peru was not intended to be viewed from space:
had no concept of the vertical appearance from a height;
had no idea of the puzzle so presented –
by the end-time capabilities to view and to wonder –
by the source of the intentions as displayed from such a view.
The lining of Peru is a record of the etchings and the scratchings of man over time upon the earth:
in an endeavour to proclaim an ongoing entitlement to occupy the space so claimed –
by the families in existence within mortality,
yet but for a blink within eternity,
yet without knowledge of The Loving God who witnessed it with understanding –
of the driving motivation of man for man’s security of tenure –
within an environment of peace.”