Left side view of the Pyramid of the Sun, Teotihuacan.

Uncovering Ancient Pyramid Science at Teotihuacan, Where Men Become Gods

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What Made the Pyramid Run?

As Gomez and his team were excavating the tunnel, they discovered water marks high up on the wall. The mark runs the entire length of the tunnel, indicating the space would constantly fill with water. The marks are almost black and appear to have been etched with some chemical concentrate.

The transportation of water was delivered through the stone well shaft from the surface and directed to flow over specific regions of the tunnel.

Director of the excavation, Sergio Gomez, inspects a portion of a stone wall found throughout the tunnel. A high water mark that covers the entire tunnel and cavern area are evidence that water was an important ingredient in some chemical reaction.

Director of the excavation, Sergio Gomez, inspects a portion of a stone wall found throughout the tunnel. A high water mark that covers the entire tunnel and cavern area are evidence that water was an important ingredient in some chemical reaction. (Source: TheYucatanTimes)

Recent discoveries of mineral and chemical residue and the design of the well shaft, cavern, and tunnel system, allow one to conclude that the underground system was designed to create some type of discharge which may have taken place in the small chamber that leads to the main cross shape configuration at the end of the tunnel.

This discovery of water, minerals and chemicals has never been a consideration of Gomez or the other archaeologists whose main goal is excavating the tunnel. In the last few years, the following chemicals and mineral combinations have been uncovered in large quantities throughout the tunnel system. Pyrite and pools of Mercury have been uncovered, and a few years ago, Radon gas was detected passing through a number of areas of the tunnels, requiring workers to wear protective breathing gear. If you combine these elements and a geomagnetic telluric field, the effect may be many times what was detected by Burke at the Lost World pyramid. This is a profound discovery. An ancient, unknown science designed to create energy directed up and into the pyramid is fascinating to consider and must be analyzed further. Unfortunately, we’re left with more questions than answers. Who were the builders of Teotihuacan?

Serpentine Mask, Teotihuacán, 200-500 AD.

Serpentine Mask, Teotihuacán, 200-500 AD. ( CC BY-SA 3.0 )

Cliff Dunning is host/producer of the popular podcast, Earth Ancients : Startling new discoveries from our planets distant past. His newest book, The Black Knight Satellite will be released in fall 2017. 


Top Image: Left side view of the Pyramid of the Sun, Teotihuacan. ( CC BY 3.0 ), Waves ( CC BY-SA 3.0 ); Deriv

By Cliff Dunning


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Plenty has been written about the Giza pyramids being power generating devices, with water channels running under them.a couple of authors have written about the Temple of Quetzalcoatl being an ore processing plant, both of which are advanced levels of technology. But if the T of Q did both, would indicate an incredible technology.

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