This article was featured in Loco Gringo. Twice a year, at each equinox, the sun plays with the angles of the northeast stairway of the Kukulcán pyramid at Chichen Itza (called El Castillo in Spanish). The north stairway of the Kukulcán pyramid is the...
This article was featured in Travel Thru History and Ancient Origins. The celebrated Mexican national holyday, Dia de Muertos (its original name in Spanish), or Day of the Dead, means one thing for city dwellers and quite another for country...
Chichén Itza's Shadow Kukulcán Temple-Pyramid

Chichén Itza’s Shadow

What we see is not always what we think it is nor expect, whether nature or man-made. It is often true with archaeological remains, when new discoveries on the same site shed unexpected light on new finds, leaving question...
What strikes a visitor to the Riviera Maya, is an exuberance of light and colors, among the most beautiful beaches anywhere. Tulum is well known to the tourists flocking to the Riviera Maya year round. The Caribbean coast of...
This article was featured in Travel Thru History and Ancient Origins. Caves are central to world cultures’ cosmologies, used by humans from the dawn of time. They are places where benevolent and malevolent deities, protectors and disruptors of communities and...
The 1897 archaeological report, by British archeologist J.E. Quibell and F.W. Green, piqued my interest, especially their find in the Temple of Horus at Hierakonpolis, King Narmer city. The discovery unfolded a number of questions from this Early Dynastic...
Labna is a mid-size elite and ceremonial city in West-central Yucatán, with a multi-level palace connected to a pyramid-temple and the ancient city landmark, the Arch, also called the “Portal”, is the site landmark. The city’s name translates as...
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