The Mexico City National Museum of Anthropology
The Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico City
(The National Museum of Anthropology)
The National Museum is arguably the most well designed and presented archaeological museum in the... More > world.
Designed in 1963 by Pedro Ramirez Vazquez, Jorge Campuzano and Rafael Mijares, its sense of oneness with Mexico connects the ancient with the modern world.
The museum is dedicated to show casing its indigenous past, one of the few ancient civilizations that still holds a mystique today of its people, rituals and especially the Maya / Aztec calendar.
The photographs and text of this Ebook of The Mexico City Museum of Anthropology represents a pictorial journey and is not designed as a historical guide.
Our prime consideration is to present images to evoke your emotions and imagination so you, like us, may visit and re visit this most important of Mexico's culture heritage.
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Meditation In Eight Simple Steps
After many years of personally training individuals on self development and creative thinking, I have concluded that direct communication is the best way of teaching. Take away the verbal floral... More > arrangements that get in the way of the real issues. This step by step explanation will bring you confidence with learning the technique of meditation. I can honestly account for the benefits both personally, spiritually and within my relationships with others. I found meditation a way of reducing stress related issues and overcoming tired-ness with heavy workloads. My world has evolved now to more preferred choices. I meditate to connect to the Higher Source and gain insight and further information regarding my areas of interests such as past civilizations, social issues and ask questions surrounding mysteries such as the Mayan Civilization and 2012. If you wish to utilize the full potential of meditation, it can open the doorway to your understanding of self and of the universe.< Less
Mayan Temple Discovered in Pompeii, Italy
On a Sunday morning while visiting Pompeii, Italy Ronald Ritter & Sussan Evermore discovered by chance a Mayan temple hidden in the ruins of this ancient Roman city. We have checked the... More > measurements of the temple at Chichen Itza and the results are astonishingly accurate, proof that either Roman or Phoenician traders visited the Yucatan in Mexico prior to 79AD. This will also change the perceived date of construction of the Maya world of Chichen Itza. This is an archaeological discovery of incredible importance as it changes long held views of the Mayan world. Please join us on the journey and verify the results yourselves, you will be amazed.< Less
Conversations with Alice Dixon Le Plongeon
Alice and Augustus were the original ‘Indiana Jones’ Archaeologists of their time. Their world was full of discovery as they excavated and photographed some of the most famous Maya... More > sites in Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula.
Take a journey with us as we discuss with Alice her life as an archaeologist and adventurer. In particular her relationship with her husband Augustus and many un answered questions about their life and adventures.
Discover how they found the location of the famous statue ‘Chaac Mool’ at Chichen Itza and read as she reveals the location of the hidden Maya codices.
Sussan Evermore is a channeler who is using her talents to unlock the past.
In this update of our popular ebook we have added an edited version of Alice's Queen Moo's Talisman, the fall of the Mayan empire to reach a modern audience.