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Sorcerers of Stone

Architects of the Three Ages

Published by Bear & Company
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

About The Book

Proof of a long-forgotten ancient worldwide civilisation.

All around the world are mysterious ancient monoliths with strange features—perfectly carved terraces, massive steps, basins, and abstract forms with underground grottos and cave systems. Most archaeologists have a hard time explaining them and attribute their construction to the earliest known cultures in the area. However, these vestiges are found throughout Asia, Asia Minor, Indonesia, Europe, and especially in South America, so they transcend regional boundaries and cultures and point toward a long-forgotten ancient worldwide civilisation.

Examining sacred sites in Peru and their counterparts around the world, researcher and journalist Camille M. Sauvé shows how they share specific architectural characteristics and reveal evidence of a very ancient culture that once existed worldwide. She examines the work of Peruvian researcher Alfredo Gamarra, who first described in detail the three distinct building styles and construction methods of these sites and how they represent three ancient world ages. She explains how Hanan Pacha (Heaven Above) constructions, the oldest style, are universally revered as sacred by the civilizations that came after them. Weaving together a tapestry of what early humanity looked like, the author examines the writings of famous clairvoyants like Rudolf Steiner, Madame Blavatsky, and Edgar Cayce who recorded the works of early man through the Akashic records. She also looks at myths and legends that offer insights into the three forgotten ages, including connections to Lemuria and Atlantis.

Besides the more esoteric questions about who could have built these wonders, the author also examines the unique properties of the monoliths themselves and the sophisticated science behind the construction of these stone sites. She shows how they seem to be placed on earth power spots and how most of the rocks have significant piezoelectric properties from high quartz and silica content. She also examines evidence of the use of vitrification and what seems like the ability to shape hard metamorphosed stone without conventional tools.

Revealing that many sacred sites are much older than previously thought, Camille Sauvé shows that Peru may hold the secret to remembering our forgotten prehistory.

About The Author

Camille M. Sauvé is an independent journalist, photographer, graphic designer, and author living in the Sacred Valley in Cusco, Peru. She has spent hundreds of hours researching and personally exploring Peru’s enigmatic archaeological sites, their technical sophistication, possible uses, and who was responsible for their creation.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Bear & Company (June 6, 2024)
  • Length: 304 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781591435082

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Raves and Reviews

“In Sorcerers of Stone, Camille Sauvé conjures up a visionary and transformative archaeological experience. She guides her readers deeply into the magical world of mysterious megalithic monuments with a focus on Peru and Bolivia. Going beyond the imposing physicality of these perplexing lapidary manifestations, she takes us into more esoteric topics such as sonic manipulation of stone, advanced human life in distant ages, and more.”

– Michael A. Cremo, author of Forbidden Archeology

“Camille Sauvé delivers an important contribution toward unraveling the mysteries of the spectacular monoliths and megaliths of the ancient sacred sites of Peru. The sheer size and technical sophistication of these sites has puzzled explorers and archaeologists for centuries. Who built these structures, when were they built, and what was their original purpose? Camille explores a number of diverse subjects that are not often combined by scholars, such as oral history, culture, masonry, shamanic practices, and metaphysics, in an attempt to get a better comprehension regarding the true origins of these breathtaking sites. Sorcerers of Stone is a major contribution to this sector of literature and research.”

– Michael Tellinger, author of African Temples of the Anunnaki

Sorcerers of Stone is a remarkable look at ancient South American stone masonry, the evidence of lost technology in shaping rock, and the placement of temples and sacred sites over telluric or geomagnetic energy fields. The book reveals an early epoch of man, a view that reaches beyond the limited archaeological views of our ancestors and is slowly emerging around the world.”

– Cliff Dunning, author and host of the Earth Ancients podcast

“Camille Sauvé dares to write about a complex subject ignored by the official narrative. Her book is a tour de force to understand the real enigma of the megalithic structures in Cusco.”

– Giacomo Renato Longato, author of Dioses del pasado (Gods of the past)

“A truly astonishing book, well-written and thoroughly engaging. The author poses some fascinating questions regarding the purpose of early stone structures and makes a persuasive argument for the existence of ancient technology previously considered impossible.”

– Graham Phillips, author of Wisdomkeepers of Stonehenge

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