Ancient Mysteries

Researchers discover cenote under the Pyramid at Chichen Itza

Researchers discover cenote under the Pyramid at Chichen Itza

Theorists have long believed that the ancient pyramids could have existed for another reason besides burial technique.

It seemed to be a religion based task, but it also seems that these pyramids could have been placed scientifically. Recently it has been discovered that pyramids were placed in such a way that could have allowed for the harnessing of natural power sources.


It makes a lot more sense that this amount of effort and work was put into an energy harnessing mechanism rather than simply for burial grounds.

Pyramid placement is the main source of this theory.

"Beneath the pyramid we have detected a body of water that is surrounded by limestone, this indicates that it is very possible that the Pyramid is seated on a cenote, "commented researcher René Chavez from the Institute of Geophysics (IGF) of the UNAM.

“We know that in caustic areas, its surroundings have subterranean waters. So, taking into account the concept of the maternal womb, the origins of life and water which is the original of life, we have a double meaning which is very significant. Therefore, taking all these concepts into account we link it with a step to the sky in magical and religious thinking, ” said Denisse Argote from Mexico’s National Anthropology and History Institute.

If anything, this discovery causes more questions than it does answers. How did those who created these pyramids know where to build them, and how they would absorb energy? Why did this creation of pyramids span many cultures that never interacted with each other? Also, what use did these ancient civilizations have for the energy that they were harnessing? And lastly, why was it important enough to them that they put years of slave labor and organization into creating these pyramids? Hopefully, with more research more evidence will be uncovered, and the answers to these questions will become clearer.

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