"Sharing the Keys, to our Grandcestors archaic past"

Codex 13

Band of Holes Message

Posted by Jon Gilbert on January 20, 2017 at 5:00 PM

Band of Holes Braille: Our Grandcestors Geometric Messaging

 And the Earth spake..

It spoke in a language constructed of megalithic monuments ..neatly detailed in the folds of time. Scribed upon mother Earth hidden within her deserts and mountains. Proudly displayed upon the open plains and etched upon her dimpled stone.

Gaia speaks an archaic language, a specific language the seed of today are awakening to.


A language for-seen by those whom shared this planet from a time gone by..a language etched deep onto our Planet.

Our Grandcestors understood that over time our worlds culture's various languages constantly change without a constant or recognizable pattern.

However, in their intelligence they understood humans converse four different ways.

1.) VERBAL - Spoken

2.) GESTERAL - Sign Language

3.) PICTURES - Art [graphic communication] i.e. - abstract thought - abstract communication - geometric signs - counting marks - pictographic representations

4.) Braille - a form of written language for blind people, in which characters are represented by patterns of raised dots that are 'felt' with the fingertips.

On the Peruvian coast isolated is a peculiar pattern of holes created with optical impact of stark contrast revealing dark on light design, who's complex understanding ask for examination.

Known as the Band of Holes, there is no verbal or historical recording of whom made the holes or what their true purpose was created for. There are no ancient mythologies offering explanations to this deserted desert serpentine puzzle of curiosity from history.


"Modern attention was drawn to the site in 1933, when the aviator Robert Shippee published an aerial photograph in National Geographic.

Victor Wolfgang von Hagen surveyed the area in 1953. In The Royal Road of the Inca he describes these as pre-Inca graves, writing that:

These circular, stone-lined although unused graves lay in rows, seven to nine, and marched up the 50° angle to the slope called Mt. Sierpe, that is the “shaking” line of graves reminding the one who named it of a serpent. There are over 5,000 such graves; empty, graves in so far as they are circular and stone-lined, and of the same construction of those graves which are found with mummies, weavings and pottery. For years, ever since 1931 they appeared on the photographic plates of the aerial surveys of the Shippee-Johnson expedition, they were the "strange and mysterious pockmarks”, but when discovered and surveyed by the von Hagen expedition in 1953 and found to be unused graves, the mystery was compounded. The Inca engineers would have seen the same phenomena but as in the case of the equally mysterious Nazca Lines, they filled in those which interfered with the road and ran it over and through them."



There are great clues spread over the face of the Earth left by our Grandcestors, clues so blatant that not even a blind man could miss. Clues as the Band of Holes seem to express deeper wisdom such as a form of code perhaps as the dotted areas are sectioned resembling Binary, Morse Code or a Braille type message;

"Braille is important as it allows the blind to become literate, allowing to live independently. For blind people, Braille offers powerful benefits including the ability to navigate areas and the ability to write without special technology.

Braille also lets blind people read charts and graphs that are almost impossible to convey using text-to-speech. Braille notations also exist to express scientific equations, mathematical symbols and computer notations, allowing blind people access to those fields."…/braille-important-811949c1d7417…



The Band of Holes braille-pattern reveals Codex 13's 'see no evil' language in it's geometric messaging: Extending in a North-South orientation, the Band of Holes escalate in repetitive uniform fashion. From the edge of Pisco Valley the serpentine sequence system continues for 1.5 Kilometres in length located on a rolling mountain terrain.

The holes are constructed with raised edges measuring 'one Metre' in diameter which are perceptively arranged in discernable patterned 'blocks' segmented along a band of the mountain escarpment edge.

Certain sections of holes are rigid with perfect precision situated in rows that curve up in arches, with some staggered lines. Some are merely shallow indents possibly uncompleted.



The depths vary in construction registering either 6 or 7 feet in depth.

The message of the 6 and 7 foot depths can be construed as 6+7=13. As there are 6,900 holes are roughly 2 Metres deep the number can be construed and implied as 2x6900 equaling 13,800.

The geo-coordinates 13°42′59.9″S 75°52′28.46″W identify the Codex 13 first given in it's Latitude of 13.42 and also in simple mathematics of it's Longitude of 75.52 'rounded up' to 76 equaling 7+6 becoming 13. This ensures a message of twin Th1rt3en's.

Length: approximately1,450m Slope Angle: approximately 45 Degree angle

Width: approximately 24m

Number of holes estimate: 6,900

The mysterious Band of Holes are created in a fashion consisting of areas of rows sectioned 'eight holes spanning 24 meters in width'

[8x24=192 ..or 192 x 6900 =13, 24800]

"The pre-Inca and various tribes of Peru are said to have adored great snakes. Chile's Mapuche in their mythology deluge beliefs represent the figure of a serpent."




The Band of Holes Serpent is sectioned in dotted squared areas. This is the common feature embossed upon the ' Coral' snake known throughout the South and Central America's. These Latin American serpents are known as members of the 'pit-viper' family.


Although not all Coral Snakes are tricolor, they are predominantly red with black bands bordered at intervals by white or yellow.

The aquatic Coral Snake 'Himeralli' is found throughout the Amazon including the Guianas, Brazil, Bolivia. One of the most famous species of South American coral snakes, the Himeralli' often measures approximately three feet in length.

It is known in Brazil as the "Boichumbeguacu". Bolivia has labeled it the Coral "Venenosa".

The excellent 'swimmer' Himeralli spends the majority of its life in gentle-drifting bodies of water with dense vegetation. With a variance of approximately 60 Coral snakes species existing, the greatest variety registers from Mexico to northern South America.



The figure revered across the lands to the north of the Band of Holes is known as Quetzacoatl the 'Plumed Serpent'.



The Band of Holes in Pisco, Peru details in representation the body of a giant snake with the holes essentially in cross pattern and are situated in rows that curve up in arches detailing the scale feature of the snake. The head can be seen at the end shadowed in natural geology depicted with serpents mouth agape.

The Spanish name for Band of Holes is known as Monte Sierpe..translating into 'Serpent mountain'. Quechua descendant Lucio Hancco Sumire explains the word 'monte' in Quechuan language actually means jungle - jungle Serpent.


Using Google Earth as a measurement tool, equivalent distances are calculated to other archaic 'serpent monument effigy's' established in Codex 13 from the Band of Holes.

Band of Holes 'serpent mouth' to Sacsayhuaman's 'serpent mouth' distance using Google Earth;

Arc Seconds - 13,631.06

Feet - 1,382,876.63

Metres - 421,500

Kilometres - 421.5

By using metric conversion and rounding up the 'feet' from 1,382,876.63 to 1,382,877 we get 421,500.9 metres. This number which registers the same as Metres and Kilometres can be rounded to 421, 501 ..which equals 13.

Peru's Band of Holes has a 'straight ground length' of 4900 feet. [4+9=13] or 17,227,58.10 feet [first four numbers 1722 add up to 13] Nautical miles is given at 283.53 [2+8+3=13]



The Serpent- head of the Band of Holes's Monte Sierpe is pointed in the direction of the 13 Sacred Huts of Chankillo. The distance between the two from Monte Seirpes opened mounth to the closest of Chankillo's southerly end hut is 525.10 Kilomtetres. [5+2+5+1=13]

Distance to Teotihuacan's Plumed Serpent Temple in Imperial Inches is 175,932,219.36 [175 equaling 13]

Measuring to the center of Chichen Itza's 'Sun Solstice Serpent Temple El Castillo' distance in Feet is calculated at 13,284,090.82

Ohio's 'Serpent Mound' effigy built at a maximum height of one metre and a full-length of 1376 feet [detailing twin 13's..13 & 7+6=13] overall length from Peru's Band of Holes serpent 'mouth to mouth' measured in distance with Serpent Mound is 5,889.45 Kilometres. [first two numbers 5+8 signal 13]


Although Peru's Serpent Mountain has not been checked to see how Solstice Light measures, we know from documented historians Sacsayhuaman's Sun-dial, Teotihuancan's Plumed Serpent, El Castillo's serpent-shadow-staircase and Ohio's Serpent Mound all dictate this use of serpentine Sunlight.



Two words mentally form when viewing the creation as a whole..'serpent' for what this geoglyph represents and 'pit' for this effigy created in the Earth is pitted with holes in geodesic design.

By understanding the mythology to the message, the geogylph explains 'Entering the age of the Snake Pit' as it points North/South in direction of the Th1rt3en Zodiac Houses and Earth's solar Pole Stars. The 13th zodiac symbol is depicted as a serpent known as Ophiucus while as we travail the 26,000 year Orion Transit, we change through the four known Northern Pole Stars, which eventually aligns our solar system with the Serpent Pole Star 'Thuban' from the constellation known as Draconia.



One of humanities three oldest symbols, always a symbol of rebirth and good fortune is once again registered as the message of the Light bringer Ouroboros who only appears in it's cycle every 13,000 years, which is embedded as a witness to the travels of time.


Classical Antiquity:

"In Greek literature, Plato at his work Timaeus described the ouroboros as the first living thing created in the universe which became the earth itself.

Plato's description of universe in terms of an Ouroboros portrays the cycle of life of all beings on the earth. It shows that all of nature is interconnected."




"The famous ouroboros drawing from the early alchemical text "The Chrysopoeia of Cleopatra" to 2nd century Alexandria encloses the words "hen to pan" "one is the all". Its black and white halves represent the Gnostic duality of existence. As such, the Ouroboros could be interpreted as the Western equivalent of the Taoist Yin-Yang symbol.

The Chrysopoeia Ouroboros of Cleopatra the Alchemist is one of the oldest images of the ouroboros to be linked with the legendary 'opus' of the alchemists, the Philosopher's Stone.

As a symbol of the eternal unity of all things, the cycle of birth and death from which the alchemist sought release and liberation"




"In Gnosticism, a serpent biting its tail symbolized eternity and the soul of the world.

The Gnostic text Pistis Sophia describes the Ouroboros as a 12-part dragon surrounding the world with his tail in his mouth."



The various minerals within the dirt composition while viewed from an aerial position help this megalithic industrious message, created without harming the environment, to detail Peru's serpent mountain's Band of Holes shining against the barren backdrop like a snake's under-belly shining against the Sun.



Monte Sierpe, the serpent mountain snake-pit with its decorative Band of Holes slithering in a North/South direction against time, point's a silent 'see no evil' message following direction to the stars reminding us our Grandcestors understood due to the vast distance over time we would be blind to their language and so created a monumental braille-Morse code embedded in historical megalith's reviving an S.O.S (Serpents of Solstice) incorporating the original one world language written with archaic monuments allowing mother Earth to directly speak with us so this valuable message would not go unread.

Copyright research of JD Jeffrey




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