The Mask Temple of Lamanai

Lamanai, in present-day Orange Walk District, Belize, has an extraordinarily long history, with the earliest signs of settlement coming from pollen, which indicates there was maize cultivation back as far as 1500BC. However, very little is known about the site’s history despite its long occupation. This is partly because so little has been excavated (approximately 5%) and … Continue reading The Mask Temple of Lamanai

The Secret Skull of Pakal the Great: An Academic Cover-Up?

TOUR INFO / REGISTER By Mark Andrew Carpenter In 1952, deep within the smoldering cedar and mahogany forests of southern Mexico, and after four years of arduous toiling, the archaeologist Alberto Ruz Lhuillier finally finished removing the rubble from the stairway in order to gain access to the hidden tomb of Pakal the Great . On finding the intact … Continue reading The Secret Skull of Pakal the Great: An Academic Cover-Up?

Exploring Chichén Itzá: the Ossuary

A Megalithic Marvels Special Investigative Series This structure known as the Ossuary, is also known as the High Priest’s Tomb. It is part of what is known as the Central Group at Chichen Itza, and it’s the first large structure you will see when coming from the Kukulkán Pyramid. Traditionally thought to have been founded around 525 … Continue reading Exploring Chichén Itzá: the Ossuary

What Conventional Science Forgot to Tell Us

Tour Info / Register By Cliff Dunning - Host of the “Earth Ancients” PodcastI find it disturbing that those who write our history are so lost in their dogma that they fail to notice what is in front of their faces. Case in point - this 1,000+ old figurine of a Mayan male - wearing what … Continue reading What Conventional Science Forgot to Tell Us