Ancient Mexico's Mother Culture

The mother culture of ancient Mexico was moored with massive structure that graphically communicated the builders’ message at Teotihuacan. It is the oldest pyramid complex in Mexico and predates the classical Mayan civilization by hundreds of years.  The complex was the home and initiation center of the Feathered Serpent, where he first emerged with a full collar of feathers.  Local tribes report that when they lived in the darkness of ignorance, the Feathered Serpent gave them numbers and letters, and would accept only butterflies and flowers on altars.  Teotihuacan ain central Mexico was an educational center with permanent apartments maintained for visiting tribes from Mexico and Central America.    

A timeless sense of order was achieved, in part, with structures laid out in 3-4-5 triangles and the golden mean.  The unidentified builders of Teotihuacan used whole numbers with no fractions, as the Maya did after them. The precision of their architecture shows that they must have known about fractions, but did not use them in the pyramids or calendric measures.  They constructed the pyramid complex circa 200 BCE, near the end of a long period of volcanic eruptions in the Mexico Valley.  The larger population numbering more than 200,000 had moved to the complex around 200 CE, when the extreme volcanic eruption had ended.  That major construction of the complex was accomplished in the absence of a large population is one of the mysteries of Teotihuacan. 

Any signature the builders might have left disappeared long ago, and their identity is as much a mystery as how they constructed the three largest structures before a large population inhabited the complex.  Architecture and art at Teotihuacan are distinctly different from the Maya’s in southern Mexico, where Uxmal is located.   

Between 600 and 800 CE, the builders began abandoning the complex despite no discernible decline.  Nobody knows why the builders left or where they went. At the time Teotihuacan’s builders began departing central Mexico, Toltec tribes had started moving into the area and settled around Teotihuacan, so the Toltec mingled at least briefly with the original builders.   By the time the Aztec “conquered” the Mexico Valley in a brief and bloody war in 1325, the pyramids at Teotihuacan had been abandoned for 500 to 600 years and were overgrown with brush.  The Aztecs declared themselves the rightful owner and heir of the Mexico Valley and all it contained.  They adopted the Toltec’s Feathered Serpent (Quetzalcoatl) into their pantheon under the Aztec God of War.  The history goes downhill from there.

Around 900 CE, a Toltec ruler who was down on his luck left the Teotihuacan area and briefly settled near Tula before migrating to the Mayan center at Chichen Itza in the Yucatan.  At Chichen Itza, Teotihuacano and Mayan architecture and symbolism were integrated side-by-side, and the scholarly continue to debate how this integration was achieved.  In any event, Chichen Itza more closely resembles Teotihuacan than any other Mayan center.  Chichen Itza’s calendar glyphs are also best suited for predicting earth-based events, and I use those glyphs for that reason.  The Earth glyph from Chichen Itza is a veritable template of significant factors in the earth grid, and I predicted in 1998 that Indonesia would be the axis of earth changes based on that glyph.  In 2004 the 9.2 magnitude megaquake was epicentered off the coast of Sumatra.  In 2012 the Indo-Australian tectonic plate fractured a few degrees west of that epicenter.  This was the first time in recorded history that scientists have observed a tectonic plate fracture.  Scientists have always known tectonic plates fracture, because that’s how new plates are born.  But 2012 was the first time the process has ever been directly observed.

Let’s discuss the measures at Teotihuacan with this background in mind, before looking more closely at numbers.  I deal with the calendric numbers and mythological canon at Teotihuacan in more detail in my book, “Web of Life and Cosmos.”  Alan may have a copy of it, but I’m not certain of that.