Klaus Dona's work is very interesting. I have seen this map, indeed its hard to argue imo. Whats more, the finely-worked stone objects found from subterranean caves in ecuador. i think it was a set of jade cups also found from there, with luminescent dots as well as a 'helmet' like object, that fits on the head, to indicate certain pressure points. [i dont know if these cups and the 'eye' pyramid were dated or not]
I visited the peru doorway, and got to spend a few days by the lake there. i suspect its salty, i do however recall reading that although its currently considered fresh water, at one ancient period of time it was salty.
Interesting sanskrit translation above [link]. Jerry had said, the meaning of tiwanaku [tiahuanaco], is as follows: Ti [god] Wa [is] Naku [here] = 'god is here.' [whether aymara or puquina i dont know].
[a good example of such gargantuan structures, being tossed under tons of dirt and silt, and cracking up. I guess, if we look, there may be much more. In the book, Tiahuanaco was described as being a major port/city [?] where ships from Mu would dock...