Legend Of Teotihuacan

Last modified on 08/27/2014, 09:09 PM

The Lightning Trap of Teo Ti Wakan as it originally functioned

 

The ancient city of Teotihuacan in Mexico was the magical, holy place where neophytes received enlightenment by fire from heaven. This is true and we'll see how.

 

Teotihuacan: behind the bleachers that line the Avenue of the Dead, stands the Pyramid of the Moon.After the official version, the stupid and ignorant version of official archaelogy, here comes the real story of the City of Gods. Teotihuacan is better written as Teo Ti Wakan, the city where people become Gods. Wakan means "sacred" or "divine" in the native languages. The god of the Sioux is "Wakan Tanka", the Holy Spirit, or Great Spirit. 150,000 years ago, supermen have built there the greatest lightning trap on this planet. They would use this city sacred to turn humans into a god through a peculiar feature of the lightning, the ball.

 

The Atlanteans of Tula, MexicoBall lightning can kill or give the awakening, depending on the people. The Atlanteans knew how to restrain lightning in order to channel its liberating potential; they mashed lightning flashes into balls of white fire that vibrated drinking water into a potion of long life. They have built lightning traps all around the world. Abydos, Giza, Mycenae, Knossos, Gavrinis, Locminé, Carnac, Stonehenge, Avebury, Uruk, Jerusalem, Machu Picchu, Tiwanaku, Cuzco, Tula, Mahabalipuram, Yonaguni, Maldives, Easter Island ...

 

On a vast expanse of water, any construction becomes a lightning sensor, even without capstone!The five continents have experienced this civilization and its single obsession, changing humans into gods. We have to figure out the City of the Gods as it firts was: the main axis called Avenue of the Dead was a large pool filled with one yard of pure water. On site, it was noted that the construction of the avenue looked like a pool, with rounded feet of the walls, contiguous stones, traces of bitumen. A still visible system of pipes renewed the water that, once vibrated by lightning, became a magic potion.

 

They used this potion to drink and to irrigate vegetable crops.

 

Mochica Tumi - Golden   handle of a ceremonial knife. Around 650 AD

 

On the Pyramid of the Sun, a golden capstone played the role of lightning sensor. In an adjoining lodge, an apprentice god was awaiting the heavenly blessing balls of white light. To attract lightning, they used pools. On a vast expanse of water, every construction becomes a lightning sensor, even without capstone!

 

Fresques et bas-reliefs sont beaucoup plus récents que la première cité. Comme toutes les constructions cyclopéennes, Teotihuacan ne comportait aucun ornement à l'origine.Then the gods were gone. The site ceased to operate, but local people have not forgotten its role, hence the name they gave it. Around 4,000 BPBefore Present men did not know any more to operate the lightning traps, but they had not given up the quest of divine powers. Other techniques of awakening have existed around 60.000 BP as trepanation, or eating some particular fruit around 13,000BP, or electro-therapy by capacitor around 3000 BP. And other people came.

 

They found the city very impressive,
and they decided to make it their capital city.

 

Then they whitewashed the walls, they painted murals, they built houses of princes which have all disappeared. They were less durable than the original monuments! Several times, the City of Gods has been occupied by people who had nothing in common with the first builders. Until that day in the 7th century AD, when the last Toltec left town in thunderstorms, probably to reach greener pastures. Since then, the only people living there are the merchants of Maya souvenirs.

 

Sunset over the City of Gods, Teotihuacan, Mexico.

 

Who, among them, does remember the true story of Teo Ti Wakan,
the city where men become gods?

 

It looks like another magical city, ancient, in the Andes...
Its name is almost the same: Ti Wanacu, the City of the Gods


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