Monday, January 30, 2012

Chichen Itza

Muralist at Chichen Itza.

The "Chichen Itza beam" reported Feb. 1, 2012 photographed using a phone camera.

El Castillo pyramid Chichen Itza, Yucatan.

An ancient mural from the Temple of the Warriors at Chichen Itza, Yucatan, showing the fate of the early white population. Some are seen to be defending their cities, while others are loading their sailing ships to escape by sea. Captives, stripped of their garments are led away bound.

The fate of many of the "Viracochas" was to die on the sacrificial altars of their captors. Aztec, Mayan and Incan oral traditions are replete with copious references and full physical descriptions of these ancient, white, bearded people who preceded them. Moreover, the artefact evidence left over from their epoch is found in large quantities.

A wall mural from the Toltec Maya city of Chichen Itza showing the light skinned people as the servants and the dark skinned people as the passengers in the boats.

1 comment:

  1. The Book of Mormon talks about the Nephites who came this land, who were from Jerusalem and were white. Their brethren, the Lamanites were a dark skinned people who were cursed by God for their disobedience. In 380 AD the Nephite nation who built many cities in meso america between 500 BC -400 AD were destroyed. The mural of the white hebrew looking men defending their temple looks exactly like the scenes from the end of the Book of Mormon, wherein these white bearded men were all killed and destroyed. very interesting........