El Caracol, an Ancient Observatory

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El Caracol, the ancient observatory of Chichen Itza, was used to observe the solstices and the equinoxes. Because the crust is displaced, the observatory is out of alignment and that is the reason why it no longer works the way it was designed. Science has not yet discovered what transpired in the ancient past. The observatory is interpreted in an entirely wrong way. This video explains how the observatory was used. The building is 284,000 years old and was built in several stages to adapt it to the changed geographic North pole position.

The video will outline incrementally how this observatory was used over a period of many thousands of years. The proof is in the numbers and requires few further explanations. How different our ancient history looks from that which is taught to us by academia.


© 2015 – by Mario Buildreps et al.



Proofreading and editing: J.B.



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