Ancient Mayan City Discovered in Dense Guatemalan Jungle

Scientists have discovered an ancient Mayan city hidden in dense Guatemalan jungle, suggesting millions more people lived there than previously thought. A high-tech aerial mapping technique found tens of thousands of previously undetected houses, buildings, defence works and pyramids in the country’s Peten region. The discoveries included industrial-sized agricultural fields and irrigation canals with studies estimating that roughly 10 million … Continue reading

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Engraved ‘Alien Figures’ and ‘Spaceships’ Found on Mysterious Stones in Mexican Cave

Local legends speak of a mysterious ‘spaceship’ that has remained since ancient times somewhere near a system of three caves located between the cities of Veracruz and Puebla in Mexico on which a group of researchers decided to travel to the area a few months ago to find out more about this mysterious ‘spaceship.’ So far they did not found … Continue reading

Discovered Ancient Artifact May Depict First Encounter of Mayan-ET Contact

With so many Mayan artifacts seemingly depicting what we today would describe as extraterrestrials or aliens, it gets harder to dismiss them as hoaxes or misinterpretations of Mayan drawings and carvings of conventional objects, animals or people. Get ready for more. Word is spreading about a discovery in March 2017 of jade stones carved with so many realistic engravings of … Continue reading

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The Mayans Were Right? Expect a Heightened Level of Meteor Threats for the First Quarter of 2017

An in-depth analysis shows a heightened level of meteor threats for the first quarter of 2017. In this 33 minute program, you will learn that December 21, 2012, was not a non-event as the media would have us believe. Rather, we were misled to expect a catastrophic event. In this video, you will learn a basic lexicon of terms that … Continue reading

Mayan Civilisation Tracked Venus And Even Established A Leap Year For It

Experts have been analysing the Venus Table of the Dresden Codex – an ancient Mayan document on their astronomical data – for more than 120 years and found that it contains accurate observations and even calculations of a leap year. In a new paper from UC Santa Barbara’s Gerardo Aldana, a professor of anthropology and of Chicana and Chicano studies, … Continue reading