The mysterious ruins of Tiahuanacu built by the Incas are believed to be 14,000 years old.  

This head found on private property in the Southwest has all the identical symbology and is with bricks that look like remnants of Tiahuanacu.  Intermixed with this site are many primitive tools.

As the Incas traded with Anasazi and also taught them how to farm itis believed that this may be from temples or sculptures they erected in the Southwest at that time.

Origins of Kokopelli 

These sculptures are remnants of what appear to be stone carvings from mesoamerican empire that appears to have co-existed alongside the Anasazi tribes in the Southwest  This stone head measures 12" high x 12" wide.  The stone foot measures 13" long and 6" high.  Both were found in close proximity half buried with rubble

and rocks in a dry wash.

Remnants of Tiahuanacu


Tiny sculpture from Southwest               Similar Head from Tiahuanacu

It is known that the Ancient Peruvian and Aztec traders, known as pochtecas, traveled to the Americas from northern Mesoamerica.  It is believed that their remnants of their sculptures in Southwest alongside Anasazi tribes is proof that they may have participated in the development of that civilization.

Incan Sculptures