2017: Stone carvings in a cave which could prove Mayan alien contact

Could these stone carvings discovered in a complex cave system in Mexico prove that the Mayans were in contact with Extraterrestrials? A group of treasure hunters on an expedition in caves in Mexico have found Jada stones with what looks like engravings depicting Aliens and UFOs. The stones are said to date back to Mayan times and suggest that the Mayans were in contact with Aliens. The discovery was made in March this year but news of the find has only been released in the past few days. The treasure hunting team walked for several hours through undergrowth before they found three private caves, these were between Puebla and Veracruz Out of the three caves, they found a number of Jada stones with the alien engravings in one of the caves and what they believe to be gold in another cave. There is one stone that shows something that resembles […] Read More

2017: Startling New Evidence for an Antediluvian People who Influenced the World

Column sculpture from the Merida Museum, Yucatan Mexico. Notice the heavy pitting and holes caused by erosion, likely caused by the corrosive action of sea water. (Photo: Cliff Dunning) The oral traditions of Native Americans are historical content that most academics refuse to reference, even in the face of startlingly accurate perceptions of early earth conditions and human occupation.  This is most apparent from an anthropological perspective when we seek to understand the great antiquity of the Maya, one of the most misunderstood and thought-provoking cultures from Central America. What little we do know about the early Maya comes from the Spanish, the few sacred books (codices) that were spared in the genocide, and recent decipherment of stela (standing stone markers.) Arriving in the New World seeking gold and new lands for the monarchy, the chronicles of the Spanish conquistadors described the ruins of magnificent cities, strange observatories for […] Read More

2015: Researchers Confirm: The Largest Pyramid in Mexico Discovered

Researchers in Mexico have discovered a Pyramid that, according to initial measurements, is larger than the Great Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan. Initial excavations were done in 2010. The Pyramid, 75 meters in height, was explored by specialists from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) on the acropolis of Tonina, Chiapas, estimated to be around 1700 years old. Emiliano Gallaga, director of the archaeological zone, explained that work has been done in the last two years, and by means of a “three-dimensional, researchers verified that in the northeastern part of the site, stands one of the largest construction in Mesoamerica, comparable in size only to great Mayan cities like Tikal and El Mirador in Guatemala. Other features that make this “unique” pre-hispanic structure stand out are the seven platforms that integrate it and were specific spaces intended to serve as palaces, temples, housing, and administrative units. […] Read More

2015: The Role of Superior Civilization On The Ancient Stone Head Of Guatemala

A gigantic stone head discovered over 50 years ago quickly attracted attention. Its face with excellent features was directed up at the sky. It has thin lips and a large nose with a face demonstrating Caucasian features. Interestingly, the Caucasian features were not consistent with any of America’s pre-Hispanic races. The discovery first made into the news when Dr. Oscar Rafael Padilla Lara, received the picture of the head in 1987. The photograph includes a description stating that it was taken in the 1950s by the owner of the land where the head was discovered. The location was said to be somewhere in the jungles of Guatemala. The story about the photograph was first featured in a small article in the newsletter Ancient Skies. When explorer and author David Hatcher Childress read about it, he then tried to find Dr. Padilla, who reportedly met the Biener family, the owners […] Read More

2006: 1491 The Truth About the Americas Before Columbus

by Ben Dangl June 19, 2006 Upside Down World In many high school history classes students are told that before Columbus arrived the Americas were full of untamed wilderness loosely populated with savage Indians. Charles Mann’s book, 1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus proves that the opposite is true. He draws from recent archeological and scientific discoveries to describe booming civilizations which thrived throughout the Americas centuries before the arrival of Europeans. Like Howard Zinn’s A People’s History of the United States, this book made me want to call up my old history teachers and tell them they were very wrong. In fact, Mann’s self-described thesis is to show that indigenous societies before the arrival of Columbus deserve more than a few misleading pages in a textbook. Mann was able to hold my attention not just with the details of complex indigenous societies, but also with controversies, adventures, and divisions among the scientists and archeologists which […] Read More

2012: Human Footprints Dating Back up to 25,000 Years Found in Mexico

MEXICO CITY – National Anthropology and History Institute, or INAH, specialists have discovered five human footprints in northern Mexico’s Sierra Tarahumara that could be between 4,500 and 23,000 years old, officials said. The find took place in the northern state of Chihuahua after a local resident notified the authorities about the imprints, which were probably left by some of the first humans to populate that region of northern Mexico. INAH said in a communique that these are “the first human footprints to be found” in Chihuahua and that if their antiquity is verified, “they will be added to the few footprints left by the earliest inhabitants of the American continent that are preserved in Mexico.” To date in Mexico, footprints have been found in the municipality of Cuatro Cienegas in Coahuila state and on a ranch in the state of Sonora. Two of the footprints correspond to the two […] Read More

2012: Votan: Diffusionist Deity

Gary A. David Confusionism In the Ivory Tower Cultural diffusionism continues to be anathema to academia. Put simply, diffusionism proposes that ancient people got around on foot or by boat a lot more than commonly assumed — around the world, in fact. This theory posits that a free flow of trade goods and cultural motifs existed globally, perhaps as early as the Neolithic period. During the 20th century anthropologists and archaeologists, many of them tenured or supported by universities had suggested that the diffusionist theory, which prevailed in the last part of the previous century, is inherently racist. The theory, they said, implies that Caucasians had bestowed the benefits of civilization on the “darker” races in order to bring them toward the light. Proposing an alternative isolationist theory, this Columbus-was-first crowd described a scenario of scattered, provincial tribes of Native Americans going it alone the best way they could […] Read More

2012: The Next Nine Years

 The Mayan calendar is NOT an instrument for tracking the procession of time as previously thought but as a meter and measure of the evolution of human consciousness.  The Next Nine Years   A thought-provoking analysis of the Mayan Calendar according to Ian Lungold Carl J. Calleman Ph.D. is a biochemical scientist from Sweden. For 30 years he has worked in labs performing microbiology experiments. Most of his work was investigating how pollution causes disease to proliferate. Eight years ago he trained his attention on the Mayan calendar to see what correlations or sets of facts could be proven not just “studied” as the archeologists have done. What he uncovered with his newfound “hobby” is quickly changing the world and the way we live with it. Dr. Calleman has scientifically proven the Schedule of Creation and Evolution over the last 16.4 billion years (from the Big Bang forward). Dr. Calleman […] Read More