A Mayan Temple Discovered In Pompeii Italy
The archaeological site of Pompeii in southern Italy was an ancient Roman town/city situated near modern Naples. It was covered in (4-6) meters of ash and pumice by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D. The site lay virtually undisturbed until its initial discovery in 1599 and further excavation by Rocque de Alcubierre in 1748. The exciting part about all this is that the town is an almost fully preserved time capsule of Roman life in 79AD. What you see today has not been tampered with over time and it is therefore accurate to assume that the structures are true historical records. So what has this to do with this book? What we found in one of the fully excavated villas is an exact scaled reproduction of a Maya temple at Chichen Itza, there is some slight interpretation only but the conclusion is obvious that either Roman traders travelled to the Yucatan in Mexico around this time. But please draw your own conclusions as we provide the photographic evidence and the measurements for you to make an informed decision of what you are about to see. Even better like us, go there look and review the physical evidence and then make your personal conclusion. Modern archaeologists find new material difficult to embrace because it challengers old entrenched ideas and concepts, however this discovery will change the concept of the age of the Maya and Olmec temples in Mexico. It also changes forever the concept of the question, did early Roman traders travel to Mexico and now the answer is, yes they certainly did. Although we are spiritual archaeologists and check our results with our non-physical entity Osiris the conclusions for anyone else who does not have this understanding is obvious. So please join us on the journey of a lifetime as we go to a new place in our understanding of ancient Mexico and the Roman world.
- Ronald Ritter, January 2015
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