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Jon Gilbert
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Picking up from our 'Taking Back History' article, we curiously find the Great Pyramid of Cholula housing a church. Seems the Conquistadors liked a room with a view. Might there have been an ulterior motive here?


Looking back in history we find the Templar Knights taking a similar approach from below rather than above – underneath the Temple Mount. Their story was just as incredible. Using King Solomon's horse stable quarters as cover to excavate at will.



Did the ocean-crossing Conquistadors do the same thing at Cholula from the top down?

The construction of a large church would take time and conveniently provide the cover for an excavation/search that no one would have noticed or questioned given the conquistadors track record with Americas indigenous. What exactly were they looking for?



The Great Pyramid of Cholula

"The village of Cholula grew into a modern city and saw the Olmec, Toltec and Aztec cultures as inhabitants. Upon the arrival of Cortés, Cholula was Mexico's second-largest city, with a population of up to 100,000 by some estimates. (A bloody-battle ensued and reports range from 3,000 to 30,000 killed by the Conquistadors in one afternoon) The temple was destroyed, and a church was built on the pyramid of Cholula, which the Spaniards seemed to believe was only a large hill."

http://www.aztec-history.com/cholula-pyramid.html



Cholula pyramid is approx. 90 km southeast of Teotihucan's pyramid of the Sun.

The pyramid complex has been under steady excavation since the 1930's. Archaeologists claim to have dug 5 miles of tunnels under the pyramid, however the passageways have arched ceilings and straight smooth sides with well delineated steps inconsistent with excavation tunnels, more in-line with overall design features of the world's 'largest' pyramid complex.



The Cholula pyramid gets much less attention, hiding in relative obscurity from public eyes. It long remained hidden by dirt and shrubs, much like another site we've previously reviewed named El Pueblito.

http://www.ancientagenda.com/apps/forums/topics/show/13432333-taking-back-history



Measurements

Cholula stands 55 metres (180 ft) above the surrounding plain. 180 feet = 2,160 inches. 2,160 years is 1/12 of the Platonic Year or appox. one constellation in the precession of the equinox (26,000 yrs) or one age of the zodiac. 2,160 miles is also the diameter of our moon.



In its final form it measured 400 by 400 metres (1,300 by 1,300 ft).



Its base is 450 by 450 metres (1,480 by 1,480 ft) - 1,480 ft = 1 + 4 + 8 = 13


Standing 66 metres high (216. 535 feet, 72 yds) – 72 years is one degree of one constellation 

= 2,160 years (precession of the equinox).



According to the Guinness Book of Recordsit is in fact the largest pyramid as well as the largest monument ever constructed anywhere in the world, with a total volume of about 4.45 million

cubic metres.


4.45 million cubic metres = 4 + 4 + 5 = 13

4.45 million cubic metres = 157 million cubic feet = 1 + 5 + 7 = 13

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Pyramid_of_Cholula



Triptych Alignments

China, Mexico and Egypt have famous triptych pyramid alignments. Three geometric triptych symbols

below Orion's belt. Is the ancient code understood?



Do these 3 sites actually align with Orion's belt? It would appear so, but what if a site itself is a star in the constellation? What if 2 other sites represent the outer belt stars AND fit Codex 13?


We've already shown this to be true in Egypt with Djedefre, Khafre and Djoser's pyramids. An Orion belt alignment distancing 13.85 kilometres (13 + 8 + 5 = 26). The Grandcestors GOAL (Giza Orion Alignment Legacy – equaling 26.000 Orion's transit).

http://www.ancientagenda.com/apps/blog/show/44058208-codex-13-great-witness-speaks


Might we find a similar alignment in Mexico? Can we use the Egyptian triptych sites method by placing Teotihuacan where the Gizeh plateau is and look for the outer temples/stars?


From Tula and the Warriors platform to the Great Pyramid of Cholula is 155.87 kilometres, giving us 1 + 5 + 5 + 8 + 7 = 26, equaling Orion's transit of 26,000 years.



Codexed distances

Cholula Pyramid to Teotihuacan Sun Pyramid is 90.4 kilometres = 13

Teotihuacan Sun Pyramid to Great Platform at Tula is 41.26 miles = 13

Cholula to Tula is 155.87 kilometres = 26   *Cholula is oriented 26 degrees west of north

Great Pyramid of Cholula to Great Pyramid of Giza = 7674.46 kilometres = 13



What is China hiding? Look for another installment of Taking Back History.



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