The Egyptians described their first capital to be in “Upper Egypt”. It was called the throne of Heru. (Heru-Salem, or Jerusalem) p. 175.

The hieroglyphic symbol of Heru is a standing hawk. “The walls, streets, rivers and canals of Cuzco [Peru] formed a clear … hawk.” The foundation stones formed the eye of a hawk. p. 176

The symbol of Thebes (referred to as “Thebes-Jerusalem”) was a strange animal that scholars could not identify, with square ears. The reason they could not identify it is because it only lived in South America. It was a llama.