The ancient site, Teotihuacan stands only a few miles northeast of Mexico City, it’s the largest city remaining of the pre-Columbian times. Divided concerns exist between orthodox archaeologists concerning the sites date, some are positive that it flourished between 1500 to 1000 BC, others believe it was between 100 BV and 700 AD. There has been a major increased in the number of scholars studying the archaeology, anthropology and mythology of the Valley of Mexico suggesting that Teotihuacan could be a lot older than what was assumed earlier, it might even be part of the archaic planet-spanning geography part of the mysterious lost civilization.
The Original Remain and Intriguing Matter as it is Unknown
Currently named, Teotihuacan meaning the place of the gods, is a title given by the Aztecs many years before its abandonment and decline. What has been equally mystified about the ruins filled with legend and mystic is the Mesoamericans before the time of the Aztecs, Toltecs, Zapotecs and the Mayans. The Teotihuacan’s most striking visual remains the towering pyramid, a manmade mountain, visually from the top the pyramid is massive its based equally on the size of Egypt’s Great Pyramid. Many pyramids are placed on either side, all structures are small parts of it. On estimation over 200,000 people, in ancient times lived in Teotihuacan, their dwelling built from wood.
One of the most interesting and fascinating mysteries is the one-foot thick massive sheet of granulated mica that covered the top level, till very recently it protected the pyramid from the sun. It was sold for a profit after removed by an unscrupulous restorer and afterwards it was transported to South America. Scientists suggested that the highly efficient conductor of energy could be part of the long wavelength of radiations, celestial.
Graham Hancock – The Fingerprints of the Gods
It was discussed by Graham Hancock that the archaeological anomalies could be structures within the city, that it could also be similar to those found in the Great Pyramid, Baalbek in Lebanon or at the Tiahuanaco in Bolivia. Teotihuacan became an enormous sacred place due to the growth of its population which ensured the culture’s development.
Robert Bauval revealed in his additional notes that the city was constructed and planned on a cardinal grid placed on two axes. The T east is solar orientated, and astronomy played a major part. The origin is based on the passage of the sun at zenith, while the T-north is each accurately aligned between the pecked crosses and on the hill of the west the horizon aligns with the town’s centre. It is these alignment points that set the setting around 1 to 4 AD and would the asterism had heliacal rising on the day of the passage of the zenith sun, it would culmination near zenith.