• Maya civilization religion
    Mayan Civilization
    Maya civilization religion
  • Mayan Religion human sacrifice
    Human Sacrifice
    Mayan Religion human sacrifice
  • Information about Maya
    Located Mayan
    Information about Maya
  • Traditional rituals
    Maya For Kids
    Traditional rituals
  • When were the Mayan ruins built
    Mayan Ruins
    When were the Mayan ruins built
  • Mysteries of the Maya
    Facts About The Mayans
    Mysteries of the Maya
Why were the Mayans so advanced?
Why were the Mayans so advanced?
March 29, 2020
It really depends on what Old World Civilization we are supposed to compare them to as a technological benchmark. The short answer is that they were more advanced than the Europeans of the time on a some…
Aztec Indians for Kids
Aztec Indians for Kids
March 25, 2020
The Aztecs wandered around Mexico for about 200 years before they settled down in the Valley of Mexico. Other tribes were living in the area. Rather than start a war for a place to live, the Aztecs settled…
Mayan society and culture
Mayan society and culture
March 21, 2020
Volume IX, Number 1 - FALL 2016 Program Year 16-17 features an exceptional series of high quality and informative lectures. Our programming is one of the hidden secrets of the metropolitan area. Please…
Jaguar in Mayan culture
Jaguar in Mayan culture
March 17, 2020
The main focus of this entry will be the jaguar, but it should be noted that the black panther is actually the same species as the jaguar. The black coat is simply a color variation. Jaguar is a Native…
Mayan Cultural Achievements
Mayan Cultural Achievements
March 13, 2020
When we think of the Mayans and their culture, what comes to mind? The first thing that would occur to a reader would be the astonishing Mayan cities in the jungles of Central America. Other readers would…
Mayans ancient civilization
Mayans ancient civilization
March 9, 2020
Queen of Uxmal limestone sculpture, AD 600-900 (Image: Consejo Nacional) The archaeologist J Eric Thompson followed in their wake, spreading his belief that the Maya had been a peaceful, rural people…
Incas Aztecs and Mayans
Incas Aztecs and Mayans
March 5, 2020
Several cultures flourished in Central and South America from about 300 c.e. in the modern-day nations of Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica. Of the many early…
Map of Mayan Empire
Map of Mayan Empire
August 12, 2017
In addition to the restored ruins currently found in Belize such as Altun Ha, Caracol, Lamanai, Nim Li Punit, and Xunantunich, other large sites await exploration in the remote jungles throughout Belize…
Mayan Economy and Trade
Mayan Economy and Trade
December 23, 2018
Maya Trade and Economy God L (Bolon Yookte K uh), was a prince of Xibalbá, as well as a wealthy god of commerce and trade. He is an old god, sometimes with the ear of a jaguar. He’s prosperous, and smokes…
Mayans region
Mayans region
November 26, 2019
The Maya today occupy the same areas as the ancient Maya whose temples and monuments are found throughout the region — despite the efforts of many invaders and colonizers they have never been displaced…
Mayans Temples
Mayans Temples
May 8, 2015
When the Spanish conquistadors claimed areas of Central America and Mexico in the sixteenth century, they discovered the ruins of a great civilization, that of the Mayans, who had vanished and left evidence…
Mayan Empire
Mayan Empire
December 4, 2019
One of the most important features of any Edelweiss tour is the right route. We take time to choose and test-ride our routes. For experienced motorcyclists, the smaller roads with less traffic and lots…
Mayan Timeline for Kids
Mayan Timeline for Kids
June 3, 2019
1519 - 1521 Spanish forces led by Hernando Cortés arrive and conquer Mexico. 1810 - 1821 Mexico fights for independence from Spain and wins it in 1821. 1836 Texas declares its independence from Mexico…
What happened to the Mayans?
What happened to the Mayans?
January 27, 2018
The mystery of what happened to the Mayan civilization has plagued experts for years. Now, however, scientists believe that the Blue Hole of Belize may hold the key to discovering what happened to the…
Famous Mayan
Famous Mayan
September 27, 2019
The Temple of the Inscriptions is the most famous structure in Palenque. (Photo: Images ) Related Articles Among the most prominent historic attractions in Mexico and Central America are the sprawling…
Mayan religion beliefs
Mayan religion beliefs
May 16, 2018
While spiritual practices of the modern day Maya have incorporated aspects of Roman Catholicism due to Spanish influence, much of the ancient religion remains unclear. For one, we do not yet have a strong…
Mayan government
Mayan government
April 3, 2016
The reality of extraterrestrial contact with human civilization is becoming more clear by the month as streams of information about the extraterrestrial presence and past influence hits. While some of…
Aztecs Facts and History
Aztecs Facts and History
August 21, 2018
Skeleton with stone-encrusted teeth found in Mexico ancient ruins Archeologists have discovered the 1, 600-year-old skeleton of an upper-class woman whose skull was intentionally deformed and teeth were…
South America Mayan ruins
South America Mayan ruins
July 19, 2017
They are sacred and mystical, they sparkle the imagination of civilizations long gone. In touch with the elements of the sky and the earth the Ruins of South America will touch your soul in many ways…
Aztec Mayan and Inca
Aztec Mayan and Inca
February 21, 2019
What happened to the Aztecs, Maya, and Inca? The great civilizations of Mexico and of Central and South America faced many internal conflicts at the start of the sixteenth century. But their troubles became far greater when the first Spanish explorers arrived. In 1519, Hernando Cortés landed on the Gulf…
Aztec and Mayan
Aztec and Mayan
January 12, 2019
Solar year 4 - Tecpatl (flint knife) Xiuhpohualli: 365-day calendar 13 - Tititl (XVII) The significance of this day Day Ozomahtli (Monkey) is governed by Xochipili, the Flower Prince, as its provider of tonalli (Shadow Soul) life energy. Ozomahtli is a day for creating, for play, for celebrating. A good…