Uxmal appears to have been a center for learning. Some anomalies included elephant trunks on structures and symbols reminiscent of other cultures such as Celtic and Asian. Uxmal means “Built three times.” We found pyramids inside of pyramids. Rounded corners on the pyramids architecturally made sense from the perspective that these structures were designed originally as survival platforms for large populations to be able to flee to high ground with only a few minutes warning. The rounded corners would help the pyramids survive mud flows, floods, and lava flows. On an upcoming trip back to Mexico, I plan to visit a pyramid site where an ancient volcanic flow covers a pyramid base, suggesting the structure is significantly older than currently dated.
Other finds included noting steps that were the correct height for half giant races mentioned in various texts and depicted in ancient artwork through out mexico. We also noted different heights in doorways, steps, and ceilings that grouped neatly into proportions matching the texts and artwork describing the giants, half giants, people, and even the legendary musician dwarfs who accompanied the round eyed, white skinned, bearded god Quetzalcoatl .
Note the numerous examples of elephant trunks in the photos. Also note the signs of primitive masonry built on top of older, more advanced masonry. excavations under many of these sites are revealing even larger, more precise masonry work long buried by ancient catastrophic events.
Also notice decoration similar to ancient Zhou Dynasty in China and the Xiu culture that existed here in Mexico during the same time period.
Here are the photos from the visit: