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“THEI Returns to the Subterranean World Part 2: Hidden Tunnel Found Under Mayan Pyramid in Mexico

Featured Image:Temple of the Inscriptions  w/cutaway showing interior and tomb.

In this second part of our latest on the Subterranean World series we return to Mexico’s ancient city of the Mayan, Planque,and the tomb of an ancient ruler named Lord Pacal.   In  the 1960’s writer Eric von Daniken put fourth the theory that Pacal’s sarcophagus lid was a space ship taking him into outer space.

 However, In my 1996 study I disagreed with von Daniken. My assessment was in agreement with the ancient Mayan legends; that what the scene really represented; his return to the underground from where he came. [Secret Underground Tunnels Past and Present: Part 2 “A Closer Look“.] It’s all in which direction you look at the lid. . . Your Editor Dennis Crenshaw

Hidden Tunnel Found Under Mayan Pyramid in Mexico



Published on Jul 27, 2016

Archaeologists at the Mayan ruin site of Palenque said Monday they have discovered an underground water tunnel built under the Temple of Inscriptions, which houses the tomb of an ancient ruler named Pakal.

Water Tunnel Discovered Beneath Mayan Temple In Palenque

DAHBOO77 Published on Jul 26, 2016 

http://undergroundworldnews.com Archaeologists at the Mayan ruin site of Palenque in Mexico have discovered an underground water tunnel built under the Temple of Inscriptions, which houses the tomb of an ancient ruler named Pakal. The archaeologist Arnoldo Gonzalez said on Monday that researchers believe the tomb and pyramid were purposely built atop a spring between 683-702 AD. The tunnels led water from under the funeral chamber out into the broad esplanade in front of the temple, thus giving Pakal’s spirit a path to the underworld. Attention has focused on the heavily carved stone sarcophagus in which Pakal was buried, and which some believe depicts the Maya ruler seated at the controls of a spaceship.

A journey to the Tomb of Pacal an ancient Mayan King.

Published on Aug 18, 2010

This was a special tour as a result of a 2006 Conference in Palenque Mexico.


Ancient Aliens Astronaut Theory *DEBUNKED*

Published on Sep 1, 2015

Ancient aliens astronaut theory debunked. New chariots of the gods refuted. Scariest ufo documentary ever refuted. The Mayan Ancient Alien Astronaut theory at Palenque Pakal. Is this stone carving proof of the existence of aliens visiting early civilizations? Among the ruins in Palenque stands a pyramid called the Temple of Inscriptions. During the summer of 1952 deep within the bowels of this structure Alberto Ruz the director of research at Palenque would discover a tomb that held what appears to be proof of early man conquering space flight. This is a picture of the lid to the sarcophagus of King Pakal, and on it, is what appears to be a man in the cockpit or capsule of a rocket shit, manning the controls as he ascends into space. This theory was made famous in Erich Von Daniken’s 1968 best seller, Chariot of the Gods where Daniken compared the image on the stone to that of the astronauts of Project Mercury. But let’s take a closer look… Around the lid are hieroglyphics that represent night and day, and placed accordingly to show movement from east to west to represent Pakal transitioning from life (daytime) to death (nighttime). What is commonly mistaken for a rocket ship with fire shooting out of the bottom is in fact something found in many cultures known as The World Tree (more about that in another video). The branches extend into heaven, while the roots (fire?) extend into the underworld symbolizing a connection between the heavens, earth and the underworld. Sprawled across the branches is the double headed vision serpent which is believed to live in the center of the world. This is also a symbol for royalty. The celestial bird also known as The Bird of heaven is the lord of the cosmos “heavens.” which is why it is placed at the top of the World Tree’s branches. Pakal sits upon the Monster of the Sun. Because ancient cultures believed that when the sun set, it sank into the underworld where it went to die. The Monster of the sun represents Pakals transition, as it sinks to the world below, taking the king with it. Which is represented by his position as if he’s falling down. As much as I would love to know the early Mayan’s technological abilities didn’t just include plumbing, but interplanetary space travel as well… What you really see is just a beautiful depiction of a powerful king’s death and his travel’s from this world, to the underworld.

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Mayan calendar similar to ancient Chinese Zodiac calendar?

Early contact? Mayan calendar similar to ancient Chinese

Tara MacIsaac
Epoch Times
Thu, 07 Sep 2017 16:17 UTC

th[7]Ancient Mayan and Chinese calendar systems share so many similarities, it is unlikely they developed independently, according to the late David H. Kelley, whose paper on the subject was published posthumously in August.

Kelley was a Harvard-educated archaeologist and epigrapher at the University of Calgary in Canada. He earned fame in the 1960s for major contributions toward deciphering the Mayan script. His article, titled “Asian Components in the Invention of the Mayan Calendar,” was written 30 years ago, but was only recently unearthed and published for the first time in the journal Pre-Columbiana.

In 1980, a major science journal had solicited the article, said Pre-Columbiana’s editor Dr. Stephen Jett. But, Jett said, “the editors rejected it as being overly documented for the journal’s spare format; understandably for so revolutionary an effort, Dave did not wish to weaken the documentation, and he never published the piece elsewhere.” Jett obtained Kelley’s permission to publish it before he died.  Read Complete Report


This video is part of The Alignment Within and explains how The Mayan Calendar Works.
If you’ve ever wondered how The Mayan Calendar Works, this is the film to watch

Source: YouTube  mayancalendarnow  Published on Nov 7, 2012

The Chinese Zodiac is a 12 year cycle symbolized by the 12 animals. Each animal has a different personality and characteristics that influence a person’s personality, success, and happiness.

Source: YouTube  videosvibes   Uploaded on Aug 3, 2009

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Looking Back: 12/21/12: Mayan Calendar: Guatemala (Video Report)

Featured image: Stelae 12 and 13 from Monte Alban. These two stelae contain what is thought to be one of the oldest calendar signs (calendrics) from Mesoamerica. CREDIT: Taken from the Japanese Wikipedia: Thanks to Siyajkak! SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons. (This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license).

From Fox News Latino

Ceremony heralds end of era in ancient Mayans’ calendar.



Chinese Explorers Paved Way for Euro Invasion of Americas (W Video)

Mark and Laura Nickless are translating an ancient Chinese chronicle, a history of exploration from 1433~34. What they have found so far – and they are no where near done – is a record of exploration to the very heart of North America, surprising evidence of a Mayan influence at Cahokia, and the inadvertent spread of deadly plague that cleared the majority of the populous from the continent.

They will present their findings at the Midwestern Epigraphic Society Spring Symposium, Airport Marriott, Columbus, Ohio, May 31st ~ June 2nd. Read more

Back Again! Oopa Loopa Cafe, Dec 28, 2012 ~ ~ Lunch Break with Rick Osmon (Live TV)



Tomorrow, Dec 28, 2012, we’re baaaaccccck!

The Oopa Loopa Cafe Lunch Break with Rick Osmon




Special guest: Elizabeth Myers, WHS NJROTC
The Defense Authorization ACt
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Charlie Carlson’s Weird Florida
Temerity Magazine
The Broker & the Artist

Join us Noon til 2 EST at www.htn21.com, Channel 21 on NewWave CAble

(Can also be seen right here on THEI on the screen to the right of this post LIVE!}

The Mayan 2012 Prophecy: The Orwellian “End of the World” Doomsday is “Made in America”

from theintelhub.com

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky
Global Research
December 20, 2012

The 2012 Mayan Prophecy has been readily distorted and misunderstood.

The End of the Mayan Calendar on December 21, 2012 has nothing to do with the “End of the World”.

In fact, the Mayan calendar does not end on December 21st, 2012.

Rather December 21 marks the beginning of a new “Long Cycle” in the Mayan calendar system. (See Washington’s Blog, End of the World: Hear the 2012 Prophecy … Direct from the Mouths of the Mayan Priests, Global Research, December 13, 2012)

The End of the World concept is a falsehood and misinterpretation of Mayan thought. . . . Read Complete Report

End of the World Reports (W/Video)

from The Examiner

End of the world: Panic spreads worldwide as Dec. 21, 2012 draws near (Video at bottom of this report was included with this article)

DECEMBER 19, 2012


Although experts say that the world will not end of Dec. 21, 2012, and the Mayan calendar does not predict such an event, many around the world are panicking as the date draws near.

According to The Telegraph, from the United States to Russia, people have begun preparing for the day they believe a catastrophic event will take place and destroy the earth. . . . Read Complete Report

planets_colliding SOURCE NASA Public Domain




Fringe groups all set for end of the world

12:53 am | Thursday, December 20th, 2012

BUENOS AIRES—As mountaintops go, this one is for meditating. And the odd UFO sighting. But now it is closing for a few days to avert a mass suicide by folks girding for the world’s end.

That doomsday is indeed upon us—with Christmas just around the corner, heaven forbid—is one gloomy interpretation of a Mayan India calendar.

To wit, Dec. 21 marks the end of a 5,200-year cycle on the Mayan “Long Count” calendar.

It’s a cause for celebration for many in Mexico and Central America, but spells doomsday for some believers. . . . Read Complete Report


French ‘end of the world’ village plans quiet night in
Journalists from South Korea report from Bugarach, one of the few places on Earth some believe will be spared when the world ends on 21 December, according to an interpretation of the Mayan calendar. Photograph: Eric Cabanis/AFP/Getty Images

While there are those who fear that Friday will bring about the end of the world, presaged by the end of the ancient Mayan calendar, in the French village of Bugarach – the only place apparently set to escape the apocalypse – most locals are planning a quiet night in. . . . Read Complete Report


Strange, Weird and Freaky Ways People are Preparing for the End of the World on Friday 21 December 2012 (W/Video)

from Globalist Report

Written by Andrew Puhanic
Published on Thursday, December 13th, 2012

Since 634 BC, there have been more than 164 predictions of when the world will end.

Even though none of the end of the world predictions have ever come true, the latest prediction that the world will end on Friday December 21 2012 has caught the attention of millions of doomsday and end of the world enthusiasts from around the world.

Thanks to the Internet, the number of people who believe that the world will end on 21/12/2012 has spread like wildfire. In fact, it has been reported that 10% of Americans believe that the world will end in 2012. . . . Read Complete Report

from youtube

How The World Is Preparing for Doomsday 21/12/2012

Uploaded by Andrew Puhanic

Published on Dec 13, 2012

From giant floating eggs to underground bunkers, preparations are well under way for the Mayan apocalypse on December 21st – if you take it seriously.

DAILY TIMES EDITORIAL: 12-12-12: Last of the triple crown dates

from Daily Times

Published: Tuesday, December 11, 2012

While doomsayers are predicting the end of the world nine days from now, there is an exclusive group of adolescents who are too busy celebrating to notice them.

They are the children born on Dec. 12, 2000. They are celebrating their 12th birthdays today — the 12th day of the 12th month of 2012.

This triple-12 date has inspired everything from a “12-12-12” fundraiser for Hurricane Sandy victims by celebrities at New York’s Madison Square Garden, to a “Maya Marriage of Many” on Mayan ruins in Belize.

According to the organizers of the group wedding – featuring 12 couples, of course – the ancient Mayans considered 12 a number of strength, conviction, absoluteness and finality. . . . Read Complete Report

Mayan Apocalypse: One-Way Tickets Show Travelers’ Panic

from Huff Post Travel

Posted: 12/11/2012 11:27 am EST

The Mayan prophecy that the world will end on December 21, 2012, is now affecting flight bookings according to fare finder Skyscanner, which reports that its customers have taken a sudden interest in one-way tickets to places rumored to be safe havens from the purging flames.

The villages of Bugarach in Southern France, where a UFO supposedly lies dormant in a mountain, and Şirince in Turkey are the current destinations of choice among believers who would prefer not die. This is presumably why one-way tickets searches to the South of France have increased 41 percent while one-way tickets searches to Turkey have surged by nearly a third. . . . Read Complete Report