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 (Photo: Cliff Dunning) The oral traditions of Native Americans are historical content that most academics refuse to reference, even in the face of startlingly accurate perceptions of early earth conditions and human occupation.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

Pictures with facts of Ancient Mysteries

This artifact discovered in Iraq near Baghdad in 1936, is said to be an 1800-year-old electric cell. When tested by science, it produced a current of up to two volts. Wooden aircraft model of unknown age at the Egyptian Museum. (Cairo) Crystal skull discovered 1935 in the Maya ruins of Lubaantún, Belize Antic aircraft models of gold, some people think that they are insects but insects were never made of gold. (Pre-Inka aircraftlike models,” State Bank, Bogota, Bolivia“) Astronaut like drawings at Val Caminica, Italy This looks like a launching ramp or something like that. The problem is that its age is unknown. (El Fuerte, near Samaipata, Bolivia) No one has ever entered this pyramid or knows the purpose of it. (Nemrud Dag, East-Turkey) Mysteries of the Eastern Island The biggest rock weighs approximately 360 tons. They still don’t know how the Inka’s could build such a wall. (Sacsayhuaman, Peru) Unknown writings […] Read More

THE SACRED SYMBOLS OF MU 2

CHAPTER II RELIGIONS Mu‘s RELIGION.–It is fairly well established that all religions have a common origin. Let us see what that source was. The first records of religion are more than 70,000 years old. They tell us that a body of trained masters from Mu, called Naacals, were carrying to her various colonies and colonial empires copies of the Motherland’s Sacred Inspired Religion. These Naacals formed in each country colleges for the teaching of the priestcraft religion, and the sciences. The priesthoods that were formed in these colleges in turn taught the people. There is a very interesting ancient writing about the Chaldis, as the colleges were called in Babylonia. It says: “Everyone was welcome, be he prince or slave. Directly they passed into the temple, they were equal, for they stood in the presence of the Heavenly Father, the Father of them all, and here they became brothers […] 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

2012: Mysterious ruins may help explain Mayan collapse

Hidden in the hilly jungle, the ancient site of Kiuic (KIE-yuk) was one of the dozens of ancient Maya centers abandoned in the Puuc region of Mexico’s Yucatan about 10 centuries ago. The latest discoveries from the site may capture the moment of departure. “The people just walked away and left everything in place,” says archaeologist George Bey of Millsaps College in Jackson Miss., co-director of the Labna-Kiuic Regional Archaeological Project. “Until now, we had little evidence from the actual moment of abandonment, it’s a frozen moment in time.” The ancient, or “classic” Maya were part of a Central American civilization best known for stepped pyramids, beautiful carvings and murals and the widespread abandonment of cities around 900 A.D. in southern Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, and El Salvador. They headed for the northern Yucatan, where Spanish conquistadors met their descendants in the 1500s (6 million modern Maya still live in […] Read More

2011: Mexico acknowledges 2nd Mayan reference to 2012

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/feedarticle/9964074 MARK STEVENSON Associated Press= MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s archaeology institute downplays theories that the ancient Mayas predicted some sort of apocalypse would occur in 2012, but on Thursday it acknowledged that a second reference to the date exists on a carved fragment found at a southern Mexico ruin site. Most experts had cited only one surviving reference to the date in Mayan glyphs, a stone tablet from the Tortuguero site in the Gulf coast state of Tabasco. But the National Institute of Anthropology and History said in a statement that there is, in fact, another apparent reference to the date at the nearby Comalcalco ruin. The inscription is on the carved or molded face of a brick. Comalcalco is unusual among Mayan temples in that it was constructed of bricks. Arturo Mendez, a spokesman for the institute, said the fragment of inscription had been discovered years ago […] Read More

2012: Mayan End of World Prediction Explored in Film

In recent years, the idea that the world will end on December 21, 2012, has gained attention and spawned thousands of web sites, blogs, books, and even a Hollywood movie. Although scientists generally dismiss the idea, curators of the Museum of Natural Science in Houston decided to use the prediction as a hook to draw visitors into the world of the ancient Maya. They do it through a planetarium film and an exhibit being prepared for next year – just in time, some might say, for the end of everything. The film shown on the museum’s huge planetarium screen examines myths and rituals of the ancient Maya in southern Mexico and Central America. It focuses on the Maya calendar, or long count, which was divided into baktuns of 144,000 days each. From the film: “All Maya kept the same ritual, solar and long count calendars, using them to describe […] Read More

2012: Artifacts in Guatemala point to an advanced civilization in place 2,500 years ago, earlier than had been believed.

By Thomas H. Maugh II Times Staff Writer Archeologists excavating a 2,500-year-old Maya city in Guatemala have unearthed buildings and massive carvings indicating the presence of a royal metropolis of more than 10,000 people at a time when scientists had previously believed, the Maya were only simple farmers. New studies at the Cival site in the Peten jungle have unearthed the oldest known carved portrait of a Maya king and two massive stone masks of the Maya maize deity, discoveries indicating that the Maya developed a complex and sophisticated civilization hundreds of years earlier than previously believed. The city of towering pyramids and sweeping plazas is yielding other surprising artifacts, including jade and ceramic offerings to the gods that may mark the beginnings of the Maya dynasties, Vanderbilt University archeologist Francisco Estrada-Belli said Tuesday during a National Geographic Society telephone news conference from Washington. Estrada-Belli “is pushing back the […] Read More