Ancient Buildings are Much Older
The ancient Maya site, Chichen Itza, contains 46 buildings of different sizes, from which the pyramid of Kukulkan, although the most famous one, it is just one of them. The orientation of the ancient buildings on Chichen Itza seems random for the eyes of a layperson.
Until now, no one has ever been able to explain the seemingly chaotic orientation of the building on Chichen Itza. Apparently, the site’s location follows the phenomenon of the shifting earth’s crust. 76.1% of the buildings (35) on Chichen Itza are oriented to one of the former poles I to IV. These specific pole orientations have an occurrence of only 38.4%, reducing the chances that this is a coincidence to almost zero.
Our mathematical analysis method invalidates all the fancy stories we have been told by historians about our ancient history because the record of our past stretches over a period of hundreds of thousands of years. Half a dozen advanced civilizations have disappeared from the face of the planet. While archaeologists seem to be reluctant to acknowledge this, and geologists say the crust was very steady over the last half million years, we have been able to prove otherwise. Both disciplines appear to have come to the wrong conclusion. We can state with a mathematical certainty of over 99.99% that Chichen Itza has been witness to several pole changes and that its age stretches over a period of more than 300,000 years.
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The Video: Why Chichen Itza is 300,000 Years Old
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