Monday, October 2, 2017

Mysterious Mexico: Teotihuacan (video)

Ancient-Astronaut Arguments; Dhr. Seven, Pat Macpherson, A. Wells (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
Mexico's Teotihuacan Pyramids, archeological site and popular tourist destination (W)
Teotihuacan: Unexplained Structures (Season 2, Episode 2, Aug. 16, 2017)
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Ancient ruins around the world have withstood the test of time and remain standing for academics and lay investigators to study and ponder. Many of the methods used to create these impossible ancient cities, temples, and monuments remain mysterious and unexplained.

Where is Mexico? It is in North America
The Archive’s Unexplained Structures Series endeavors to acquaint viewers with these locations and present some potential alternative explanations for their existence. Located in the basin of Central Mexico, Teotihuacan was the largest, most influential, and certainly most revered city in the history of the New World.

Did Ancient Mexicans meditate?
It flourished in Mesoamerica's Golden Age, the classic period of the first millennium common era (CE). Dominated by two gigantic pyramids and a huge sacred avenue, the city, its architecture, art, and indigenous religion (which was contacted by Buddhist missionaries according to Edward P. Vining, Rick Fields, et al.) would influence all subsequent Mesoamerican cultures. It remains today the most visited ancient site in Mexico.
El Castillo ("The Castle") is a Toltec-style Mexican pyramid (diegogrand/
Most of Mesoamerica is now Mexico.
The complex of indigenous cultures that had developed in parts of Mexico and Central America prior to Spanish invasion and genocidal conquest in the 16th century is collectively called "Mesoamerican civilization." In the organization of its kingdoms and empires, the sophistication of its monuments and cities, and the extent and refinement of its intellectual accomplishments, the Mesoamerican civilization, along with the comparable Andean civilization farther south, constitutes a New World counterpart to those of Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and China. More

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