On the Andean Sky God page of his personal site, St. George writes “Archaeological evidence from the Andes overwhelming supports the theory of contact with an alien. The Andeans made hundreds of drawings of the alien. In great detail, these drawings depict the alien's fish-like face and mouth, its reptile-like eyes, its astronaut helmet replete with sunlight reflectors around the visor and air bubbles inside the visor, its four-fingered hands, its tri-pod tail, its front-mounted voice transmitter, not to mention those hand-held instruments that suddenly contracted and split open upon liftoff up into the sky.” The website provides Tiwanaku depictions of the aquatic extraterrestrial.
The website also proposes a new theory on the Nazca Lines. Displaying a drawing found on Nazca pottery along with one of the geoglyphs, St. George argues that to all appearances the people of Nazca were aware of the Tiwanaku sky god but had never seen it directly. Consequently, he concludes that the grandiose project in the desert was merely the product of having adopted a sky-god religion that came down to them from the mountains.
St. George maintains that the Tiwanaku alien was highly advanced, capable of learning and writing in human languages, and that it was not content with merely visiting the Andeans. He provides the written evidence of the ancient astronaut, as well as additional Andean depictions of the alien, on his website Senderos Secretos de la Sabiduria.
This Press Release refers to the websites http://www.mortenstgeorge.info (English) and http://www.mortenstgeorge.com (Spanish). These websites take different approaches to the alien.
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Morten St. George is an ancient astronaut investigator, an amateur archeologist, an amateur astronomer, author of several alien-related articles, and author of the book Incantation of the Law Against Inept Critics: A Guide to Cryptic Thinking.