“Teotihuacan,” is without doubt, one of the most mysterious places within the Americas, or possibly the earth.
While the incredible complexity and architectural precision has baffled archaeologists for decades, there is a far more perplexing mystery specifically surrounding the pyramids within this ancient place.
The presence of “Mica,” a powerful radioactive insulator, is perhaps one of the biggest enigmas of these great ancient structures.
Established, or quite possibly re-inhabited around 100 BC, until its fall between the seventh and eighth centuries.
Teotihuacan was one of the largest cities in the ancient world, with over 150,000 inhabitants at its peak.
According to archaeologists the advanced design of Teotihuacan suggests that ancient builders had advanced knowledge, not only of architecture, but of complex mathematical and astronomical sciences.
Additionally, one of the more intriguing characteristics, differentiating it from many other ancient sites, is the fact that from the air, Teotihuacan strangely resembles that of a modern computer circuit board.
Curiously, when Hernan Cortes and his men conquered the Aztec empire in the sixteenth century, they asked the natives who had built such a colossal city…
The Aztec replied; “We were not the builders of Teotihuacan, this city was built by the Quinametzin, a race of giants who came here from the heavens in the times of the SECOND SUN.”
The Aztecs were in fact the ancient civilization that named the place “Teotihuacan,” yet they did not know the original name for the city.
The pyramids had remains buried, hidden under several metres of vegetation for unknown millennia, only rediscovered within the last century.
Then in 1906, a worker digging at the site made a discovery that has forever change how we look at the site.
On the fifth deck of the Pyramid of the Sun, a thick layer of laminated mica covering an enormous area was unearthed.
At that time, in 1906, mica was an invaluable resource highly priced on the world market.
It is used for the construction of capacitors, and is considered an incredibly efficient electrical and thermal insulator, which has a melting point of over 1,100 degrees Celsius.
Most of the Mica found in 1906 at Teotihuacan was unfortunately “robbed out,” subsequently sold at a great price to resource tycoons.
Fortunately however, not all the Mica has disappeared from Teotihuacan.
Today, there are still a few places where you can find the original Mica, carefully laid within the pyramids body.
It seems, for some mysterious reason, the unknown builders of this great Ancient City, managed to extract and transport this Mica from far away, to be incorporated into the pyramids constructions.
Mica is stable when exposed to electricity, light, moisture, and extreme temperatures.
It has superior electrical properties as an insulator and as a dielectric, and can support an electrostatic field while dissipating minimal energy in the form of heat.
According to tests carried out by the Viking Foundation, discoverer of one of the rooms coated with Mica, this valuable material has an unmistakable signature, allowing us to tell exactly where in the world it had originally been extracted.
It was discovered that it had come from a region located more than 3,200 kilometres away within Brazil.
This in of itself is an enigma according to academically defended paradigms…
The only real purpose, it would seem, for the use of such an exotic material, is for the management of electrical currents.
A theory, thankfully, more and more talented minds are beginning to look at seriously.
As a result, we may finally unravel one of the greatest mysteries still plaguing the modern man…
What were the pyramids built for?