Friday, September 9, 2016

World's largest pyramid discovered in Mexico!

Stacy Liberatore (Daily Mail); Wiki; Pfc. Sandoval, Crystal Quintero, Xochitl, Wisdom Quarterly
World's largest excavated Buddhist monument is "mountain": Borobudur (

Although Tlachihualtepetl ("Artificial Mountain") is the largest pyramid on the planet, experts are still trying to unravel its secrets. It's believed to have been constructed around 300 BCE, but by who still remains a mystery. From the 1930s until today, great efforts have been made to fully excavate the pyramid. Over five miles of tunnels have been dug inside the structure that are open to the public. However, the locals Native Americans (descendants of Aztecs and Maya) have also reclaimed the pyramid as their own.

Modern insane asylum revealed pyramid.
The world's largest pyramid is hidden inside a mountain in Mexico: Early invaders built a Catholic church on top of a hill [to displace local worship at] the Great Pyramid of Cholula which lay beneath their construction.
  • The Great Pyramid of Cholula was discovered in 1910 by construction workers building an insane asylum.
  • Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de los Remediosa ["Church of Our Lady of the 'Remediated'"] was built on top following the Spanish invaders conquering the city.
  • The pyramid, or Tlachihualtepetl, is 450 meters wide and 66 meters tall and built sometime around 300 BCE.
  • Experts say it was built thousands of years before the marauding Spanish came and was already overgrown with vegetation.
The local Indians and Mexicans call this massive formation Tlachihualtepetl, or "man-made mountain." Because a Catholic church was built on top, it is also the oldest continuously occupied building in North America. History suggests that when the murderer Cortez arrived in Cholula from Europe, the pyramid was already thousands of years old and entirely overgrown by vegetation (Daily Mail).
Mexico is full of pyramids greater than those of Egypt. This one at Teotihuacan may have a massive, uncovered king's tomb which when revealed rewrites the history of the Old World and New (
This pyramid is far smaller than Cholula.
A small building in Mexico tells the violent history of European treachery and conquest at the great Aztec city of Cholula -- but for hundreds of years, a secret lay beneath its floors.

Hiding under the grass, trees, and soil sits the Great Pyramid of Cholula, deemed the largest monument ever built on Earth, with a base four times the size of the Great Pyramid of Giza.

In 1519, [racist, rapist, and European conqueror] Hernan Cortez and his men marched into the city and massacred 10 percent of the population, building a tiny Catholic church on top of a massive hill as a symbol of their conquest.

[More likely it was built to continue oppressing the local people by defiling their indigenous culture and monuments and replacing them with the Eurocentric Roman Catholic model of world conquest still haunting the planet, particularly the Third World]. And it wasn't until 1910 that the pyramid underneath was finally discovered.

The Great Pyramid of Cholula is 450 meters wide and 66 meters tall. It has been compared to the size of nine Olympic sized swimming pools. Not only is this structure the largest pyramid on the planet, but it is also the largest monument ever built (Daily Mail).
The mountain under church is the pyramid.
Cholula is located near the capital Tenochtitlan and was one of the most important cities in the Aztec Empire.

It was home to about 100,000 people and known for its bustling markets and fine trade goods.

The city was believed to be incredibly sacred, so much so that the Native American (Aztec) people constructed a holy pyramid for every day of the year, reports Zaria Gorvett with More

World's largest excavated Buddhist monument
Dhr. Seven, Amber Larson, Wisdom Quarterly (COMMENTARY)
The Great Buddhist Pyramid at Borobudur, Java, Indonesia (
"Bells" (stupas) on top suggest time travel.
Interestingly, the Muslims did the same thing to the Buddhists in Indonesia. Buddhists built the largest known Buddhist temple in the world in Central Java, Borobudur. When the Muslim invaders came to convert or kill the locals -- just like the Christian Saint Constantine had done around the world for Christianity/Catholicism centuries -- they found an incomprehensible stone monument with Buddhas in stupa mounds on top. They couldn't destroy because it was far too large, strong, and well built. Instead, they buried it. Centuries later a British surveyor realized that there shouldn't be a mountain there, so he dug and realized it was actually a mountain-size temple. Chinese Buddhists also have massive pyramids they are not generally recognized for. Why? It is because there used to be a worldwide culture that communicated between all the lands and people, and off-planet help was provided to both inspire and erect these monuments, but that is "forbidden" archeology.

China's landscape is littered with enormous pyramids and hundreds of ancient blond mummies with Caucasoid features. The discoveries in the 1980s of the undisturbed 4,000-year-old "Beauty of Loulan" and the 3,000-year-old "Charchan Man" are legendary in archaeology for their fine states of preservation (Atlantean Gardens).
(Amazing Places on our Planet) The Pyramids at Teotihuacán, Mexico, with views to and from the Pyramid of the Sun, Pyramid of the Moon, Temple of Quetzalcoatl, and Avenue of the Dead.
The Great Pyramid of Cholula (Tlachihualtepetl)

The Great Pyramid of Cholula, also known as Tlachihualtepetl (the indigenous pre-Spanish Nahuatl language word for "artificial mountain"), is a huge complex located in Cholula, Puebla, Mexico.

It is the largest archaeological site of a pyramid (temple) in the New World, as well as the largest pyramid known to exist in the world today. The pyramid stands 180 ft. (55 meters) above the surrounding plain, and in its final form it measured 1,300 by 1,300 ft. (400 by 400 meters).

The pyramid is a temple that traditionally has been viewed as having been dedicated to the god Quetzalcoatl (above).

The architectural style of the building was linked closely to that of Teotihuacan in the Valley of Mexico, although influence from the Gulf Coast also is evident, especially from El Tajín. More

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