Origin of Kukulkan: Feathered Serpent from Atlantis? Don’t you think that it’s strange? Could the Mayan God have come from the lost city of Atlantis? Join me to search in Mayan ruins.
Kukulkan Feathered Serpent God & the Lost City of Atlantis, a Quest for Atlantis Influences in Mayan Ruins Mexico. Join me as I search for a feathered serpent with a man in its mouth, (my past life memory of Atlantis), in Mayan Ruins in Yucatan, Mexico.
An archaeological expedition found two ancient Mayan cities, including a monster mouth doorway, in the southeastern corner of the Mexican state of Campeche.
Take a look at the monster mouth photo on the right. Please notice the eyes the ancient Maya sculpted into the rock. They’re just above and on either side of the doorway. The doorway represents the mouth of the monster and will take you into a dark cave-like room.
The Yucatan Peninsula true love story in real life tells how Kristine Ellingson met and married a Mayan man. The story includes her adventures in adjusting to a new home in a Mayan village near the archaeological ruins of Uxmal.
Sometimes, you can learn a lot about a region and its people through reading stories about people’s lives in that place. Tales from the Yucatan Jungle: Life in a Mayan Village tells a story. Plus, you also learn about how the Maya live in rural areas of the State of Yucatan.
Jumping Leaves, a GUEST BLOG from Kristine Ellingson, author, Tales from the Yucatan Jungle: Life in a Mayan Village: