LUNAHUANA PERU town square
This beautiful little flowered town sits in a mountain valley next to the Cañete River.
Its known as a Wine and Pisco region along with white water rafting, fishing,zip line, quad trails etc.
If your looking for out door adventure with amaziing views this is the place and La Casita Playera can get you there.
They say Angkor Wat means the "City of Temples", but the real meaning is, 'God Heru (Horus) lives'; Ankh-Ur-Wer, is one way to pronounce it. Horus/Heru the elder is also named Heru-Ur or Har-Wer, thus, Ankh-Har-Wer or Ankh-Ur-Wer or even Herut (Ankh-Her-Ut/ Ankh-Ur-Wut). Angkor Wat is located in Cambodia (Khembodia) & the empire / people are called "KhMER". In Kemet / KeMaat, "KeMWER", which meant the 'Great Black" to a multitude of things, was known as an epithet of Heru/Horus. KeMWER is pronounced KeMUR, which is the same as KhMER. It states, [AW] was built by the Khmer King Suryavarman II. Yet, Surya in Hindu, means Sun / God & in Sanskrit, Surya means the SUN. Who is Heru? Another form of the SON / SUN or whom sheeple know to be as, Jesus. Angkor Wat, stationed within a Moat, is designed to represent Mount Meru or SuMERU (MR/MU/MUR). The earliest evidence of a Moat has been uncovered around Kemetic / Nubian castles. In KMT, you have what is called, "Per Ankh" or House of Life which is also a library. Inside of [AW], you have "Preah Khan", which means 'Royal Sword' and also consists of a library (also having the same architectural foundation as Per Ankh). The "Ankh" is the "Royal Sword". Is it not always in someones hands? To add, in "Peru, Chan Chan" (Per Ankh / Preah Khan; see the wordplay?), Chan Chan, means "Sun Sun" & the empire / people were called "Chimor" (with a K) [KeMur/KhMer], which developed from the ChiMU culture. You MUST, unlearn, EVERYTHING, you have learned. #AngkorWat#BobbyHemmitt#Ankh#KhMer#KeMwer#KeMur#ChiMor#ChiMU#MU#MuUR#SuMERU#MountMeru#MoroMoro#Moreno#Moor#Inca#Naca#Naga#Nagar#Nagas#Negus#NegusNetwork#ZiggURat#Surya#PerAnkh#PreahKhan#ChanChan#Peru#PerWadjet#Anuak