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JOJO POST STAR GATES: Guatemala- ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY??? A FLYING MACHINE?? If you see someone like this with these equipments make sure to take a photo to show it to the future generations. They have done it for us thousands years ago. what is the information and message on this ancient statue??? Why they left these detail here on Earth for us??  WHAT DO YOU SEE?? WHAT DO YOU THINK?? WHAT DO WE KNOW?? To learn what? Stele D, Mayan site of Quiriguá,

JOJO POST STAR GATES: Guatemala- ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY??? A FLYING MACHINE?? If you see someone like this with these equipments make sure to take a photo to show it to the future generations. They have done it for us thousands years ago. what is the information and message on this ancient statue??? Why they left these detail here on Earth for us?? WHAT DO YOU SEE?? WHAT DO YOU THINK?? WHAT DO WE KNOW?? To learn what? Stele D, Mayan site of Quiriguá,

The Meeting of Cortés and Montezuma - The Conquest of Mexico series - Wikimedia Commons

The Meeting of Cortés and Montezuma - The Conquest of Mexico series - Wikimedia Commons

An Aztec residence circa 1500 AD. In the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan, the residential districts surrounded the downtown area. As the city was built upon an artificial island, the houses were separated via canals; travel through the city was mainly by boat. This middle-class household has an oven (uncommon in European cities of the time), a milpa (mixed-crop agriculture), and some turkeys in the enclosure.

An Aztec residence circa 1500 AD. In the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan, the residential districts surrounded the downtown area. As the city was built upon an artificial island, the houses were separated via canals; travel through the city was mainly by boat. This middle-class household has an oven (uncommon in European cities of the time), a milpa (mixed-crop agriculture), and some turkeys in the enclosure.

When Cortés left Tenochtitlan in May 1520, he was the practical if not titular ruler of a great empire. When he returned in June, he was fish bait. He desperately tried to regain his former position, but to no avail. His people were prisoners, cut off from food, water and escape routes. Every day they went out to plead for peace or fight for control of the causeways, but for every Aztec they killed, 10 more appeared. The Aztecs destroyed the bridges to prevent the Spaniards' escape.

When Cortés left Tenochtitlan in May 1520, he was the practical if not titular ruler of a great empire. When he returned in June, he was fish bait. He desperately tried to regain his former position, but to no avail. His people were prisoners, cut off from food, water and escape routes. Every day they went out to plead for peace or fight for control of the causeways, but for every Aztec they killed, 10 more appeared. The Aztecs destroyed the bridges to prevent the Spaniards' escape.

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