Thanks for your interest. Erich Von Daniken first drew attention to the Tomb lid of Pacal Votan in his book "Chariots of the Gods".
I read the book once many years ago and forgot most of the content. It was only later that someone reminded me of the book but I still have not read
My knowledge comes from actually visiting Palenque and what I witnessed there.
Obviously, it would be easier to take you all there and show you but I will do the best I can to describe what is there for public viewing.
I have attached some image links which I hope are useful to you. The most interesting is the image of Pacal's tomb lid.
Pacal Votan Lived from 603AD to 683AD
Pacal Votan image www.13moon.com...
Tomb Lid image www.13moon.com...
Please remember that such artifacts were created by simple Mayans trying to depict what they had seen.
So, about six years ago I first visited Palenque. I took the mountain track, which was steep, up to the plateau upon which is built the Temples at
The Temple of Inscriptions is where the Tomb of Pacal Votan is currently situated but there is a full size replica in the Museum at the base of the
To fully describe what i can share with you is going to take a lot of writing so please be patient as there is a lot to tell.
So, let's start with the Tomb Lid. I will not say too much about it at this point as there is much that has been written about it. I do ask you to
look at the images and tell me what you see. If I tell you what to see that will defeat the purpose, but if you look closely you will see some
I draw your attention to this tomb lid first as it opens the mystery to other things I will share with you.
I assume that you all are aware of the Mayan Calendar. This calendar is radically different to the Gregorian calendar that we use. The primary
difference is that the Mayan calendar is a "count-down" where the Gregorian calendar counts up days.
Day 00000 in the Mayan calendar is 21st December 2012. The calendar is many tens of thousands of years old and the Maya were "given" it for them to
monitor as the days are counted even to this day. The Maya still exist in the Yucatan and the Shaman are known as "Day Keepers".
There is much I will be happy to share with you assuming that there is real interest from this forum. Some of it will blow you away!
I seem to have latched onto something that many researchers have missed completely and as time passes I will reveal to you what I know.
By the way, I have been trained by the Maya and have insights that most do not.
I am not going to confuse you all by going into the complexities of the Mayan calendar, but I am prepared to share what I know.
It is important that you are aware of the coming time (2012) and at this time I can at best speculate on what will occur in the Yucatan at that
Suffice to say, I will be there on 21st December 2012.
Thank you for your interest