Pakal’s Son Kan Balam Tomb Found in Palenque {W/Video}

Photo: The Temple of the Foliated Cross, Palenque Mexico. SOURCE Scienceray.com

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By  mitchey179
September 29, 2012

Has the tomb of King Kan Balam II, the son of Pakal the Great finally been found in Palenque?   Although archaeologists have been searching for this tomb for decades now, there has never been anything found of his remains.  But now that may have changed.  A group of amateur explorers has announced on several TV stations in Mexico that they have found the missing tomb near the Temple of the Foliated Cross (pictured).  What is intriguing is that this building was constructed during the reign of Kan Balam II and was one of the places that archaeologists thought the King could be buried at.

Perhaps the most important thing about this discovery though is that ancient legends speak of the tomb being found only at the end of the 2012 calender cycle.  If this tomb has indeed been found then what will this mean to the fate of our world? . . . Read Complete Report

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