Ancient Mayans Had Contact with Aliens According to Reuters Report

In the archaeological books, magazines and news stories written by informed scientists that I have read, they never make mention of aliens having anything to do with the Mayan civilization. In many of the Mayan ruins around Chiapas and the Yucatan, I have seen signs declaring that aliens or space men had nothing to do with the Mayans. According to a Reuters article today, that is all about to change!

A sign at the Mayan ruins of Becan in Campeche.

The documentary movie “Revelations of the Mayans 2012 and Beyond” is about to blow the lid off of everything. The minister of tourism for Campeche, Luis Augusto Garcia Rosado said evidence has emerged “of contact between the Mayans and extraterrestrials, supported by translations of certain codices, which the government has kept secure in underground vaults for some time.”

According to David Drew in his book “The Lost Chronicles of the Maya Kings,” he writes about the Maya interest in star gazing: “The Maya seem to have been more fascinated by them than any other civilization in human history.” This is no proof of alien contact and I suspect Mr. Drew is no fan of the idea. There has always been a number of people who believe aliens had contact and exchanged knowledge with ancient humans, but mainstream academics and leaders in the field of Mayan history have never embraced that idea.

According to Mexican government sources, evidence pointing to alien contact has been hidden away from the public eyes. Not only has it been hidden, but respected scholars will be helping to unveil these these secrets. I am very curious to see who these scholars and archaeologists will be. I am also very keen to see this new evidence. Many people see a spaceship when they look at the lid to Pacals sarcophagus in Palenque. I see the tree of life, the maize god and other terrestrial symbols of the Mayan culture.

One of the temples at Calakmul on the edge of the Yucatan peninsula and the border with Guatemala.

The article mentions that the movie team will be given access to previously unexplored areas of Calakmul. I am sure what they mean is areas not previously open to the public. Calakmul is one of my very favorite Mayan archeological sites, I visited it just last year. The movie will also feature El Mirador in Guatemala. La Danta, the largest temple at El Mirador, can bee seen from Calakmul.

La Danta at El Mirador as seen through a long lens from the top of the Grand Temple at El Mirador.

The early hype over this movie and the fact that tourism ministers are promoting it does not add a tremendous amount of credibility to the film. It is not beyond my imagining that the whole thing is designed to help a badly damaged tourist industry in both Mexico and Guatemala. Yet…what hidden artifacts will be revealed, what ancient texts or technology do they have?

Photo of a UFO over Lake Atitlan I took in 2009.

Mexico has been the location of hundreds if not thousands of videos and photos of UFOs over the years. In 2007 the Mexican government released a video shot by fighter pilots over Campeche of a squadron of UFOs following one of their fighter jets. I’m no fan of Fox news, but in this clip they show the Mexican governments UFO footage.

Did the Maya and people from another galaxy have contact? Did the Mayan priests receive ancient wisdom from space travelers? No one can deny that they were intensely interested in both time and space. Do I believe that 3000 years ago there were spaceships flying around with beings who interacted with races here on earth? I really don’t know, but I do know that the history of human civilization extends far beyond the short 7000 years often accredited to it. One only has to look at Göbekli Tepe to see that we still have a lot to learn.

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