Is it possible that portals – Alien Stargates to other points in the universe exist on Earth? Do these portals lead to other galaxies and extraterrestrial civilizations?

In a recent two hour interview conducted by Project Camelot, (Dr) Dan Burisch speaks about stargate technology, both natural and artificial, and how this has been used by both extraterrestrials and various government entities to travel or send information through time.

A ‘natural stargate’ is similar to an Einstein-Rosen bridge or ‘wormhole’which has been theorized to form when space-time is distorted by the intense gravitational fields generated by collapsing stars. Collapsing stars compress to the extent that they form a point of singularity wherein time slows down in relation to outside observers. Singularity points have been hypothesized to exist at the center of black holes, and it is possible that they exist in other locations wherein space-time is significantly distorted by an intense gravitational field.


At a singularity point, time would effectively stop as it dilates to infinity as predicted by Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity.

This would make it possible for anyone able to survive even briefly, the intense gravitational fields accompanying a singularity point, to emerge into whatever future date they desired.

Physicists also consider it theoretically possible for an Einstein-Rosen bridge to form wherein one could travel backwards in time. So a singularity point, at least in theory, offers a means to travel forward or backward in time.

Hierapolis was an ancient city located on hot springs in classical Phrygia in southwestern Anatolia. Its ruins are adjacent to modern Pamukkale in Turkey and currently comprise an archaeological museum designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

In March 2013, Italian archaeologists announced that they had unearthed something the ancient Greeks described as a gateway to Hell.

Ancient mankind were fascinated with the underworld, specially the Greeks and the Romans which were connected with the realm of Hades and Pluto. Written history tells the story of travelers who were able to journey to these mysterious places, and access them.

Pluto’s Gate

It was considered so sacred that only cult priests were allowed near it. These priests worshiped a powerful goddess known as Cybele.

Cybele is known as the guardian of the gateways and it is told that you needed permission from this goddess to move through time and space. Iconographically, she is often portrayed as standing next to the gate to the other world.

Pluto’s gate is just one of the many mysterious places described through human history that lead to fascinating and “shocking” places, there are countless stories similar to this one.

In many cases, these gates did not only provide instant passage outside our own planet, but even beyond space and time, and according to countless myths, these passages were traversed by otherworldly beings.

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Throughout history we know of many tales of advanced beings who came from the stars and they were referred to as star beings. These mysterious star beings are often described as passing through portals or star doors, hence the definition of stargate. But is this a myth? Or can we find evidence of portals and stargates on planet Earth?

Well, there have been a number of locations across the planet where ancient man built these portals and stargates. But why would ancient civilizations build these mysterious portals? Are these construction the result of ancient man’s imagination? Or is there something more to these mysterious Stargates.

Could the Ploutonion really be an alien stargate? A location on Earth that allowed multidimensional travelling, protected by mysterious priests who possessed technology and knowledge far beyond our own today.

Let’s travel to South America. At Machu Picchu in Peru located on the Andes mountains we find the most famous Inca ruins we know of. Located in the southwestern corner of what archaeologists believe was the site’s main plaza we find the Temple of Three Windows.

A stone hall 35 feet long and 14 feet wide containing three trapezoidal windows along one wall. Written text’s suggest that the Three Windows are aligned perfectly to let June solstice sunrise come right in at a perfect angle, that the entire building is oriented to receive the first light as it comes over the mountains through the three windows at summer solstice – representing the Incan creation myth.


According to Inca history, the children of the sun god Viracocha (theAyar Brothers) stepped into the world through three mysterious openings in a mountain, and gave rise to the Incan civilization. So basically legend tells that the Ayar Brothers came down through three portals – the windows, to create the Inca people and the temple at Machu Picchu with three windows is said to represent this mysterious event.

Could this event actually describe ancient stargate technology of otherworldly visitors coming to Peru? through these three windows? Could this be an description of stargate travel taking place thousands of years ago?

The Ayar Brothers could very well have been alien visitors that came to the Inca people thousands of years ago and gave them the basis of their science, technology and other important aspects of civilization using an alien stargate on that mountain. Can we find an connection between the temple of the Three Windows and the Ploutonion?

Does science back up the theory of Stargates and portals and is this actually achievable? Well…

While collaborating at the Institute for Advanced Study physicists Albert Einstein and Nathan Rosen publish a groundbreaking idea. They come to the conclusion that the Theory of Relativity actually allows for shortcuts across the space-time continuum. These paths, more commonly referred to as Einstein-Rosen bridges or “Wormholes” connect two distant locations, making travel to the most remote stars in the universe a possibility.

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