Palenque - Mexico

Palenque in paleocontact theory

Within the paleocontact theory in Palenque we are interesting with blocks in the basis of the palace. The difference of applied technologies is obvious, the primitive Indian laying lies on perfectly processed blocks. Possibly Maya found the remains of the ancient spaceport, or any technical construction and over it erected the city. The sarcophagus cover in the temple of Inscriptions on which we see the image of the person sitting in the aircraft isn't less interesting also.
The administration of a site Paleocontact.com is skeptical about numerous versions that Pacal represented on this cover, was the space newcomer. Such versions don't maintain any criticism. Most likely, that we see on a cover of a sarcophagus there is an attempt Maya to represent ancient astronauts whom or it, or their ancestors happened to see.

Palenque (born Palenque, Maya paints ha) - the code name of Mayan ruins of a large city in the northeastern Mexican state of Chiapas - the political and cultural center of the Mayan III-VIII centuries. Baakulskogo the capital of the kingdom.


Palenque
Palenque

Preserved: the remains of the palace (the area of ​​92 x 68 m) - a group of buildings set around two large and two small houses, square, tower, the "Temple of the Sun", "Temple of the Cross," "Temple of Inscriptions" (in the thickness of his pyramid in 1952 he found a room with a false vault, reliefs on the walls and in the centres of the sarcophagus - probably the tomb of the ruler). All buildings are richly decorated with reliefs of knocking.

Palenque was killed, probably as a result of the invasion of the tribes of the Gulf Coast in the IX. The ruins are known from the XVIII century. and repeatedly investigated (in particular, Mexican archaeologists in 1949-68 gg.).

We are in the theory of interest palecontacts stone sarcophagus in the temple of Inscriptions. His age is likely to coincide with the age of the Temple of Inscriptions, under which it rests and dates from the year ~ 692 AD, but the actual age may be different in a big way.


Stone sarcophagus in the temple of Inscriptions
Palenque

Stone sarcophagus has enormous weight of about 20 tons, and its overall size, of course, completely ruled out the possibility of delivery down the narrow stairs inside after the construction of the temple. Consequently, the sarcophagus and tomb in this complex the main element, and the pyramids and temples - the subordinate. They were built over the tomb of the ready to protect it from destruction, to hide from unwanted looks and finally, for the worship of man buried inside.

Consider the illustration on the cover of the sarcophagus.


The illustration on the cover of the sarcophagus
Palenque

Palenque

In the middle of the figure shows a man sitting, leaning forward. On his head a helmet, which runs back wires or hoses. In the face of the device is located, resembling breathing apparatus. His hands manipulating control devices. Right hand he presses a button or key, and compresses the left arm (in fact, the picture is not visible thumb). The heel of the left foot rests on the pedal. Strapped to a chair in front of the pilot astronaut located respiratory equipment, control devices and power-plant communication, manual levers ship and external monitoring devices. Farther ahead are two solenoids, which are likely to create around the head of the unit for the magnetic field diffusion of cosmic dust and micrometeorites. Behind astronaut - a nuclear reactor. Next to him - schematically atomic nuclei of hydrogen and helium, as well as their synthesis. Finally, from the rear of the machine is based on jet flame.

About who was actually the ruler of Palenque, you can build a lot of guesswork. Maybe it was one of the members of the interplanetary expedition, and it is possible that the sarcophagus is much older than the Temple of Inscriptions, because its incomparable quality finish with a pyramid on it. It is also noteworthy that most of the Mayan temples built at the megaliths incomparably better quality than what they were able to build. A logical assumption here is that the Mayans just found the old technical buildings remaining from interplanetary visitors and considering that these places are holy, they built their temples on top.

A very striking difference in the masonry in Palenque, here are two pictures of the first picture blocks machined at the base of Palenque, their age more than 10,000 years, the following masonry Maya over data blocks.


Perfectly processed blocks in the basis to Palenque, atop a primitive laying of Maya