Sunday, May 8, 2016

Discovering a Mayan city in the heart of the Mexican jungle – Le Figaro

ARCHAEOLOGY – According to Le Journal de Montreal , a Quebec 15 year old has revealed a previously unknown city, located in the Yucatan Peninsula, just observing the stars.

This is an extraordinary story. According to Le Journal de Montreal , a young Quebec 15 years made a strange discovery. This passionate story found grace in heaven an important Mayan city hitherto unknown.

This historic site, called “K’ÀAK ‘CHI’ ‘by the young, is located in a remote place and inaccessible in the Yucatan Peninsula, in the heart of the Mexican jungle.

This find is the result of a long work for William Gadoury. He carefully analyzed nearly two dozen Mayan constellations and realized that if he connected on a map the different constellations of stars, the shape of each corresponded to position 117 Mayan cities.

“I do not understand why the Maya built their cities away from rivers, on marginal lands and in the mountains,” says William Gadoury. “It had to have another reason, and as they worshiped the stars, the idea came to me to verify my hypothesis.”

By analyzing the 23rd constellation with three stars the teenager realizes that there are only two locations listed in the area. “I shared my discovery with the Canadian Space Agency that m ‘sent a number of satellite images from NASA and the Japanese agency JAXA,” he says.

From the pictures sent, it searches the remains of the famous Mayan city. “When Dr. LaRocque told me in January, we distinguish a pyramid and thirty structures, it was extraordinary,” said the teenager, who was invited to participate in excavations with the scientific team. “It would be the culmination of my three years of work and the dream of my life.”


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