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Maya warrior. Source: Art Gallery / Adobe Stock.

The Shocking Truth About the Bloody Rituals of the Maya (Video)

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Spanish conquerors, upon their arrival in the Americas, discovered thousands of Mayan hieroglyphs that detailed secret rites, offering a glimpse into a society that was both sophisticated and brutal in its practices. Various aspects of these rituals, such as the use of bloodletting, violence, human sacrifice, and the worship of deities that were believed to govern the natural world, reveal the rich and complex world of the ancient Maya.

Top image: Maya warrior. Source: Art Gallery / Adobe Stock.

By Joanna Gillan

 

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IronicLyricist's picture

All of the pyramids concentrated power from the 4d energy dumps and produced power for the vimanas/etc. But no more visits.. and they forgot.. others moved in and tried their hardest to bring the "gods" back . Another tragedy that indicates the need for the prime directive.. and we killed the uplifters.. because they were evil tyrants(sounds literally rather klingon to me XD)

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IronicLyricist's picture

But once their "gods" stopped appearing it got worse.. once their indian brethren nuked the moon bases and the interlopers either retreated or hid.

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IronicLyricist's picture

Blood contains not only the physical transmission of life but the spiritual as well... Such necromancy combined with the exaultation given of by the living make a delicious food source for sts 4th density beings..

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Joanna

Joanna Gillan is a Co-Owner, Editor and Writer of Ancient Origins. 

Joanna completed a Bachelor of Science (Psychology) degree in Australia and published research in the field of Educational Psychology. She has a rich and varied career, ranging from teaching... Read More

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