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Animals of the Maya Region - Maya Info

Animals of the Maya Region - Maya Info

De arriba hacia abajo e izquierda hacia derecha El Templo de La Cruz, Pacal El Grande, El Palacio, El Templo del Sol, El Templo de Las Inscripciones, bajorrelieve del Templo de La Calavera

De arriba hacia abajo e izquierda hacia derecha El Templo de La Cruz, Pacal El Grande, El Palacio, El Templo del Sol, El Templo de Las Inscripciones, bajorrelieve del Templo de La Calavera

You cannot understand the history of mankind if you do not know that Homo Sapiens were not the product of a natural evolution, but was in fact the result of a cross breed of genes of terran primates, and humanoid aliens. I wonder if we evolved from monkeys then why are there still monkeys? why haven't they evolved with us?

You cannot understand the history of mankind if you do not know that Homo Sapiens were not the product of a natural evolution, but was in fact the result of a cross breed of genes of terran primates, and humanoid aliens. I wonder if we evolved from monkeys then why are there still monkeys? why haven't they evolved with us?

The Rosicrucian Science of Initiation. Dr. Robert Gilbert Speaking at The Vesica Institute in Asheville NC on the subject of The Rosicrucian Science of Initiation and the work of Inner Alchemy. For more information please visit our website at www.vesica.org.

The Rosicrucian Science of Initiation. Dr. Robert Gilbert Speaking at The Vesica Institute in Asheville NC on the subject of The Rosicrucian Science of Initiation and the work of Inner Alchemy. For more information please visit our website at www.vesica.org.

Guatemala, Maya culture Late Classic period (A.D. 600–900) c. 600–800

Guatemala, Maya culture Late Classic period (A.D. 600–900) c. 600–800

Man standing next to Stela K ; near the eastern border of the Great Plaza. Quiriguá, Guatemala. Quiriguá is an ancient Maya archaeological site along the lower Montagua river in south-eastern Guatemala. Photographed by Dr Alfred Percival Maudslay in 1894. -British Museum-

Man standing next to Stela K ; near the eastern border of the Great Plaza. Quiriguá, Guatemala. Quiriguá is an ancient Maya archaeological site along the lower Montagua river in south-eastern Guatemala. Photographed by Dr Alfred Percival Maudslay in 1894. -British Museum-

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