Symbols can also be found in the ancient cities around Lake Titicaca in Bolivia, South America.
Tiwanaku's cut-and-joint masonry.
Next to Tiwanaku is Puma Punku, which has an H-shaped megalith as shown in the image on the left and a gradual molding as shown on the right.

This H-shaped stone is also a common symbol and was found in the Gobeklitepe stone pillars in Turkey.

"H" can also be seen on different stone pillars of Gobeklitepe.

The gradual molding can also be seen in the Mesopotamian symbol table.

The area around Tanit, which has the symbols of the crescent moon and the sun, is also gradually decorated.

A cross and a small rhombus design can be seen in the Puma Punk megalith.

Tiwanaku also has a square rhombus symbol.
Tiwanaku 2

The symbol of the Step Pyramid, which halved the square rhombus, was also found in artifacts from Iran's Jiroft culture around 3000 BC.

At the Sun Gate of Tiwanaku, you can see Viracocha, the god of the Inca Empire. Viracocha is the creator of civilization and the god who destroyed the people around Lake Titicaca in the Flood. At that time, he left Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo He was also a doctor who cured many sick people everywhere he went. To help spread the civilization to the world. Villacocha also teaches people how to farm, build irrigation canals, grow corn, and raise livestock .

Manco Capac 's father, Inti, is also known as Manco Capac 's father, Inti, is also known as The god of the sun and the rainbow. For these reasons, the Inca mythology is also made up of symbols that represent Emptiness.