Ancient ‘demonic’ temple with painted human remains found in Peru

Spanish explorer Antonio De La Calancha, who died in 1654, reported that the area was plagued with witchcraft. He claimed the temple is where sorcerers would gather and that there was a witchcraft university. Calancha, who was also a clergyman, claimed that locals had been told off by a demon for consorting with him. In Europe, gods of other cultures were often described as demons. 

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