In this article, we talk about the secrets behind hidden pyramids of Maya the east of Mexico lies a dense forest wherein the distance you could see only trees and shrubs. There is a place in the middle of this dense forest where a footpath passing through the rocks goes deep into the ground.
A team of archaeologists decided to go inside this cave-like tunnel. They believed that there is something unusual inside this cave. The road was so narrow and surrounded by complete darkness that it was dangerous to enter without any commercial equipment.
After several hours of hard work, archaeologists were able to reach the bottom of the cave 230 feet below. At first, he did not find anything interesting, but suddenly he found a secret chamber. whose entrances were closed. Now the question was, who had sealed that secret room 230 feet below the bottom of this cave in the desolate forest, and when and why?
Readers, this dense forest is spread over 3 million km to the east of Mexico. Under a sea of leaves and branches lie the secrets of the lost world of Maya culture. In the past, this entire forest was under the Maya culture where they built many cities.
The people of this culture were considered skilled because they built pyramids and cities, like the ancient Egyptians, and were well versed in agriculture, pottery, hieroglyphs, calendar making, mathematics, architecture, and artwork.
According to experts, the ancient Maya built a total of 60 cities in this area, which were magnificent.
Palaces, Pyramids, and Temples. Each city had a different king whom the Maya considered their god. However, some of the buildings of these cities are now intact and are now part of tourist attractions.
But in this dense jungle with no proper road network, the secrets of cities, structures, and ancient Maya culture lie hidden. Some have been buried under the soil and some have disappeared from sight due to trees. But hidden Maya cities are being discovered using modern technology.
Experts can use LiDAR technology to identify ancient cities hidden under a sea of leaves and branches. LiDAR stands for Light Detection and Ranging. In this technique a laser pulse is projected from the plane to the ground, this laser pulse bypasses the trees hitting the ground and is reflected back by the sensors on the plane.
And by processing this data, the shape of the soil is prepared. It is similar to X-rays which image our bones. Surprisingly, more than 4500 fossils of Maya culture have been found so far. But experts believe that the Mayans have built much more than this.
It is not important to know how many compositions Mayo produced. But the real mystery is, where did the Mayans leave such a densely populated city? Did they disappear into thin air! Despite being so skilled, what was the reason for his weakness that made him leave this position?
With the help of LiDAR, technology experts are able to find out in which part of the Maya ruins the forest is located. And then that place is dug up. Archaeologists have unearthed the remains of a small Mayan village in the Yucatan region near the Gulf of Mexico.
The village is called Kivik, where 1200 years ago a local king built a 30 feet high pyramid using 20,000 stone blocks. Usually, the Mayans buried their king inside a pyramid in a royal chamber.
So the archaeologists decided to dig a shaft from top to bottom of this pyramid. To find out if there is any royal chamber in this pyramid. And if so, what is involved?
After digging up to 21 feet, archaeologists found a stone that was completely flat on one side. This stone was very different from the others because the Maya did not use stones of this size to build pyramids, but they were used to support the ceiling of the room.
As can be seen in the ceiling of this composition. The stone was a sign that a tomb was built inside the pyramid. After further excavation, archaeologists found something they were looking for.
Surprisingly, the foundation of a room and some CDs were found in the basement of the pyramid. Although he did not find anything interesting, he found a broken piece of pottery. This small piece of clay pot raised many questions.
The age of the fragment was determined by radiocarbon dating, and they found it to have been made around AD 500. It is about 1500 years ago. But the surprising thing is that the pyramid was built in 1200 AD, but these pieces of clay were built 300 years before the pyramid.
And according to archaeologists, this is not possible at all. And to understand why this is not possible, we must know history. From history, we know that this region of Yucatán was considered part of the Northern Maya.
And in 1500 AD, when this chamber was built inside the pyramid, Maya did not come here at that time. Now the biggest question is who built Mayo if not Royal Room? To find out, the forest around this pyramid ruin was inspected.
Hopefully, they will get some special information. 15 km from the pyramid site, archaeologists found a trail in the middle of some rocks leading to the cave. The entrance to the cave was very narrow and it was very dangerous to go inside.
So professional equipment was used and 2 to 3 cave experts were sent inside. After hours of hard work, the experts managed to climb 230 feet to the bottom of the cave. Where he found his way into the secret chamber. And the entrance to this chamber was covered with stone.
The things he found inside while cleaning the entrance were beyond his imagination. Many used torches were found in the secret chamber of the cave 230 feet below the ground. Which was used for lighting in ancient times.
In addition to the touch of the burning fire, they found many broken pieces of clay. These ports were similar to those seen in the basement of a pyramid. It seemed that this place was a place of worship where people used to come to fulfill their desires and break utensils.
Another fact came to light when they tried to mix the pieces of utensils. It was observed that the utensils were never filled even after all the pieces were mixed. Instead, one piece is always missing. This strange mystery no one could understand why only one piece of broken utensils is missing here.
Archaeologists believe that these people took a piece of a broken vessel with them. A piece of porcelain found in the basement of a pyramid ruin in the Yucatan region was brought from this cave.
There is clear evidence that before the arrival of the Mayans, people living in the village of Kivik used to go to this cave and perform their religious practices. And their style of living was also like Maya’s. Archaeologists found a way to go further inside the cave, from where they found broken pottery at the bottom the cave.
Experts decided to go inside the cave passage to gather more evidence. A little further on, experts found another secret chamber with beautiful paintings on the walls. At this deepest point of the cave, they found a 3D Jaguar painting on the stone. And there was another painting depicting a jaguar hunting deer.
Experts who have seen paintings in other Maya caves are seeing such paintings for the first time in their lives. When these paintings were analyzed in detail, they were found to be from 100 BC. Earth 2100 years ago.
These paintings were made 800 years before the arrival of the Maya from the south. Now with this new evidence, one thing is certain: the village was inhabited by culture before the arrival of Quick.
Southern Maya, whose culture and lifestyle was similar to Maya, was the reason why experts called it early classic Maya.
What happened to the Mayans who built thousands of structures was that they had to leave this place forever. However, now this question has become a mystery to the world.
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