“Teotihuacan was the center of an Empire [ca. 30 A.D.-600 A.D.] near Mexico City (left in map) that spread through all the area of this map–proven by carbon dating of ancient chocolate trade. Chocolate came from the region of Izapa in Southern Mexico” (Dr. Michael Coe, Yale Archaeologist, October, 2015)Teotihuacan Temple of the Sun–astronomically aligned to a mountain–just as Izapa’s earlier (500 B.C.) pyramids were astronomically oriented to mountains.Teotihuacan Temple of the Moon–astronomically aligned to a mountain.Teotihuacan Citadel of Quetzalcoatl–N-S-E-W. EAST = 3 PYRAMIDS, N-W-S = 12 PYRAMIDS
Teotihuacan — Plaza of the Pyramid of the Moon. Statue of a Water Goddess that stands over 3 meters high with Geometry and Standard Measurements.
Chichen Itza, Yucatan
The Teotihuacan Empire spread to the Yucatan Peninsula. Chichen Itza (200-800 A.D.) El Castillo pyramid each APRIL 6 – all 9 triangles of shadow and light are visible on the western side of the north staircase between 5-5:30 pm. Two Merida scholars discovered this full perfect illumination & had no explanation for the APRIL 6 date, but felt it must commemorate a significant date in the life of the Mesoamerican god–Quetzalcoatl. March 21, June 21, and Sept. 21 illuminations show only 7 triangles.