The phenomenal Maya city of Palenque lies in the primeval forest of Chiapas.

The Palace, also known as the "University", majestically extends over the area. Old narrations
of the Hopi Indians recount about the city of Palatkwapi that was built by the Katchinas.
It was constructed as a multi-storey pyramid for the customers of the stars, the growing of nature,
the medicinal plants and for the historyof the three worlds.

As in most ruins around the world, only 15% of Palenque's area
has been researched and made free from the primeval forest.

The archeologist Alberto Ruz Lhuillier first discovered the burial chamber of Pacal under
the "Temple of Inscriptions" in 1952. The most impressive Maya relief was found here,
the "Brass of Palenque". The pyramid's name as well as the descriptions of the remaing buildings
were given by archeologists because there are no existing written or oral narrations thanks to the
work of the spanish conquerors in South America. They destroyed everyting, including the primitives,
in the name of God! Amen. It is no wonder that today people stand impressed in front of the ruins,
and there is no plausible explanation for the unbelievable knowledge that the Maya had about
planetary orbits and constellations.

A steep staircase leads down to the foundations of the pyramid...

...then it is so far!

The burial chamber under the Temple of Inscriptions.
The brass of Palenque can be admired behind plexiglass nowadays. Huge stalactites hung
from the ceiling during the discovery. This means that the chamber is very old.
The brass measures 3.8m by 2.2m, has a depth of 25cm, and weighs
many tons. It covers a huge sarcophagus. The chamber lies a few meters under the
pyramid's foundations. The pyramid was therefore built over the grave.

Many archeologists gave wild meanings to the Relief.
From revenge of the earth monster to the life journey to the god of death,
from the god of wheat Yum Kox to the beardy weather god. Anything that a blooming fantasy
comes up with was suggested. But an interpration baffles and irritates the experts.
Erich von Däniken saw a man sitting in a flying object on the brass, just like during the start of a shuttle!

And even newer explanations, like in the "World of the Maya" programme,
without thinking of the consequences of their claims, reported on
"the ruler Pacal that traveled from the underworld to our world!!!"
Very interesting... but with what he traveled in still needs to be explained!
The hieroglyphs and partly decyphered, and are proof of clear relationships
between the planets and the Milky Way (Zak Beh), the home of their gods.
The oldest date on the relief dates back to 3000 BC.

The exterior form of the "vehicle" has a similarity to the
Stupas in Borobodur (Central Java). Even in these images one could
journey to the gods, as described in the original doctrine of the Buddhists.
Ritual movements and acts had to be additionaly executed.

Parts of the hieroglyphs at the edge of the brass recount
Pacal's death through the "hot breath".

A mysterious "cult object" that the old Maya culture left for us
is another further proof of space travel before our times!