Gigantic Mayan Frieze Found In Buried Pyramid

In case you didn’t know already, there is a set of ruins that have recently been discovered in Guatemala which is still unexplained to this very day. It is one of the oldest ruins ever discovered and by far one of the biggest, but what really shocked all the experts in the story it entails and the mysteries that came forth out of it.

These ruins which have been referred to as the Tikal, the Yaxha, and Iximiche are all believed to have been a part of ancient cities in the past and that they were venerated by multiple civilizations.

The civilization that lived here consisted of around 10 million or so inhabitants and more importantly, it appears as though they were also worshipping the ruins from the rainforest nearby.

In Tikal, it appears as though definitive proof of this has been discovered, as it turns out that although they were all a part of the same civilization, they were significantly different from every other perspective.

You can see these inscriptions yourself, and through some of our greatest linguists out there we have uncovered the cataclysmic event they speak of. According to them, these inscriptions speak of an ancient war that took place here, between the many cities in the area.

This war was so brutal that it led to the extermination of all 10 million inhabitants. This is where the huge frieze was discovered.

It is around 2 meters high and 8 meters wide and it was found in one of the oldest pyramids known to man which was situated in the forest, underground. It appears to be Mayan, and on it, we clearly see what appears to be three people worshipping a deity. The title of the frieze is quite self-explanatory to say the least, as it states “Och Chan Yopaat”, or in English “The God of the Storm Enters Heaven”.