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The Olmec were the first great civilization of Mesoamerica. Despite being late comers, they bloomed with incredible speed and left an enduring legacy across all of Central America. Patreon: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Special thanks Marco Vingato for his permission of image use. Bibliography and Sources: 🤍
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The Olmec civilization, located in ancient Mexico, prospered in Pre-Classical (Formative) Mesoamerica from c. 1200 BCE to c. 400 BCE. Monumental sacred complexes, massive stone sculptures, ball games, the drinking of chocolate, and animal gods were all features of Olmec culture passed on to those peoples who followed this first great Mesoamerican civilization. With their heartlands in the Gulf of Mexico (now the states of Veracruz and Tabasco), Olmec influence and trade activity spread from 1200 BCE, even reaching as far south as present-day Nicaragua. Many Olmec sites suffered systematic and deliberate destruction of their monuments sometime between 400 and 300 BCE. The Olmec civilization presents something of a mystery, indeed, we do not even know what they called themselves, as Olmec was their Aztec name and meant 'rubber people'. Due to a lack of archaeological evidence their ethnic origins and the location and extent of many of their settlements are not known. The Olmecs did, however, codify and record their gods and religious practices using symbols. The precise significance of this record is much debated but, at the very least, its complexity does suggest some sort of organised religion involving a priesthood. The Olmec religious practices of sacrifice, cave rituals, pilgrimages, offerings, ball-courts, pyramids and a seeming awe of mirrors, was also passed on to all subsequent civilizations in Mesoamerica until the Spanish Conquest in the 16th century CE. Check out the Ancient History Encyclopedia and all of their awesome work at these sites below! Link to original article titled Olmec Civilization by Mark Cartwright 🤍 Website : 🤍 YouTube Channel : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍 Facebook : 🤍 Check out our store! History Merch: 🤍 Get your history magazines here: 🤍?tap_a=88561-7cbe2d&tap_s=1562085-46f5e5 Enjoy history merchandise? Check out affiliate link to SPQR Emporium! 🤍?aff=3 Facebook Page: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook Group: 🤍 Music Attributions: Free HD Videos - No Copyright Video Source: 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Music Composed by Luis Salazar And Fabian Salazar Download from MUSIC STORE: 🤍 More information: Website: 🤍 Footage attribution: Various Olmec footage is attributed to Brien Foerster 🤍 Map Video Ollie Bye. 🤍
Long before more famous civilisations such as the Maya and Aztecs, a people called the Olmec were building an impressive legacy in Mexico and Central America. Commonly referred to by experts as the 'mother culture' of Mesoamerica, the Olmec civilisation ruled parts of modern-day Mexico and Guatemala between 1200 to 400BC. They built pyramids, studied the stars, and their architecture included complex water systems. In recent decades, scientists have been discovering vital clues about just how influential the Olmec were to the later Maya and Aztec world. Producer & narrator: Howard Timerblake #bbcreel #bbc #bbcnews
In this video we'll take a quick look at the Olmec culture that was predominant in ancient Mexico between 1200-500 BCE. The Olmecs were one of the most influential cultures in Mesoamerica and came up with several innovations and artistic styles that influenced their descendants, including the Maya, Zapotec and Aztec civilizations. Sources and Suggested Reading ► 🤍 Support History with Cy on Patreon: 🤍 Follow History with Cy: Instagram ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Website ► 🤍 Podcast ► 🤍 #olmecs #mesoamerica #ancienthistory
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The stone head sculptures of the Olmec civilization of the Gulf Coast of Mexico (1200 BCE - 400 BCE) are amongst the most mysterious and debated artefacts from the ancient world. The most agreed upon theory is that, because of their unique physical features and the difficulty and cost involved in their creation, they represent Olmec rulers. Seventeen heads have been discovered to date, 10 of which are from San Lorenzo and 4 from La Venta; two of the most important Olmec centres. The heads were each carved from a single basalt boulder which in some cases were transported 100 km or more to their final destination, presumably using huge balsa river rafts wherever possible and log rollers on land. The fact that these giant sculptures depict only the head may be explained by the widely held belief in Mesoamerican culture that it was the head alone which contained the emotions, experience, and soul of an individual. Facial details were drilled into the stone (using reeds and wet sand) so that prominent features such as the eyes, mouth, and nostrils have real depth. Some also have deliberately drilled dimples on the cheeks, chin, and lips. The heads all display unique facial features - often in a very naturalistic and expressive manner - so that they may be considered portraits of actual rulers. The scholar M.E. Miller identifies Colossal Head 5, for example, as a second-millenium BCE ruler of San Lorenzo. Although the physionomy of the sculptures has given rise to unfounded speculation of contact with civilizations from Africa, in fact, the physical features common to the heads are still seen today in residents of the modern Mexican cities of Tabasco and Veracruz. Miller suggests that perhaps a specific ruler's throne was converted into a colossal portrait in an act of remembrance following that ruler's death. Many of the stones are difficult to place in their original context as they were not necessarily found in the positions the Olmecs had originally put them. Indeed, Almere Read suggests that even the Olmecs themselves regularly moved the heads around for different ritual purposes. Another theory is that the heads were used as powerful markers of rulership and distributed to declare political dominance in various territories. Interestingly, the four heads from La Venta were perhaps originally positioned with such a purpose in mind so that they stood as guardians to the sacred precinct of the city. Three were positioned at the northern end of the complex and the other one stood at the southern end; but all faced outwards as if protecting the precinct. These heads are very similar to the San Lorenzo heads but display a regional variance in that they are wider and more squat in appearance. That the other heads might have been discovered out of their original setting is suggested by the fact that very often they show signs of deliberate vandalism and most were buried sometime before 900 BCE in what appears to have been a purposeful ritual distancing with the past. However, it has also been suggested that some of the heads were buried shortly after their production in a process of ancestor worship or that they were defaced and buried by subsequent rulers to legitimize their claim to power and exclude competing lineages. It could also be that they were even damaged in order to neutralize the dead ruler's power. Whatever the reason, the heads were buried and forgotten for nearly three thousand years until the first head was re-discovered, in 1871 CE, with the last being excavated as recently as 1994 CE. Olmec Colossal Stone Heads Link to original article :🤍 Website : 🤍 YouTube Channel : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍 Facebook : 🤍 Check out our store! History Merch: 🤍 Get your history magazines here: 🤍?tap_a=88561-7cbe2d&tap_s=1562085-46f5e5 Enjoy history merchandise? Check out affiliate link to SPQR Emporium! 🤍?aff=3 Facebook Page: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook Group: 🤍 Music Attributions: Free HD Videos - No Copyright Video Source: 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Music Composed by Luis Salazar And Fabian Salazar Download from MUSIC STORE: 🤍 More information: Website: 🤍 Video map is by Ollie Bye 🤍
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Originally I had posted a large episode that explained and debunked the "theory" that the ancient Olmec Civilization of Mesoamerica was an African civilization. However due to the length of the episode I knew many people wouldn't be able to fully enjoy everything said by our various guests and so I decided to publish this episode separately as well. In this episode we are joined by channel favorite Geneticist Razib Khan to talk about what ancient DNA has to say about not just the ancient Olmecs but about ancient Mexico and its populations in general. We also explore current problems and issues that hinder studying the genetic history of Mexico and we address what we can do to help fix these issues within the genomic histories of the Americas. We discuss the first populations and their genetics in the ancient Americas and what this tells us about populations in ancient Mexico but more importantly we discuss Mexico and its genetics today and how studies show that Mexicans fall into three ancestral groups (1) Iberian Europeans, (2) West Africans and (3) Indigenous Americans. Lastly, we discuss what DNA has to say about the theory that the ancient Olmecs had African roots and how we have no genetic evidence for Africans in the Americas before 1492 CE. Support Mr. Khan and his awesome work below! Website: 🤍 Razib Khan: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
2021 Eduardo Matos Moctezuma Lecture Series Ann Cyphers, Archaeologist, Institute of Anthropological Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico The hearth of Olmec civilization is located in the tropical lowlands of Mexico’s southern Gulf Coast region, in the majestic archaeological site of San Lorenzo. The inhabitants of this first Olmec capital developed a distinctive geo-political territory and managed complex trade systems. The Olmec also created spectacular earthen architecture and magnificent stone sculpture—including the famous Colossal Heads—that reflect their stratified social organization and centralized political system backed by religion and directed by hereditary rulers. Building on the pioneering work of Matthew Stirling in the 1940s and Michael Coe in the 1960s, Ann Cyphers will discuss recent investigations at San Lorenzo that shed new light on the dawn of Olmec civilization almost 4,000 years ago.
Join us on Patreon: 🤍 and get 'Olmec' T-shirts here: 🤍 Hugh has travelled around Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and Belize in search of the pre-Mayan megalithic civilization that flourished as far back as 7000 BC. The Mayans have been credited with introducing a sophisticated calendar, agricultural practices and incredible stonework, but it is now thought that the ‘Olmec’ invented the Long Count calendar and were experts in the use of Toad DMT, psychedelic mushrooms and altered states, suggesting they received their knowledge from the shamanic realm and shared it with other cultures. Hugh also explores the legend of Quetzalcoatl, a bearded god (who is carved in stone at several Olmec sites) and gives an overview of the incredible Olmec civilization, looking at controversial theories of their origins, as well as their influence and architecture that were later inherited by the Maya and other Central American cultures. Filmed at the Origins Conference in London in November 2016. Copyright Hugh Newman/Megalithomania 2018. All Rights Reserved. Explore the world with Megalithomania Tours: 🤍 Subscribe here: 🤍 🤍
In this episode we are joined by the Ancient Americas YouTube Channel, Geneticist Razib Khan and Dr. Ivan Oransky to tackle this controversial subject. In various videos, books, online forums and etc, we have seen a popular theory that the Olmecs were black or that Olmec Civilization has African roots... but is that true? Or is this merely a vicious appropriation of the history and accomplishments of Indigenous American Peoples and Cultures. We begin with Pete from the Ancient Americas YouTube channel who explains how this theory came about and how fringe historians such as Dr. Ivan Van Sertima were able to push this almost into the mainstream so to speak and how academia choosing to ignore these theories rather than debating and crushing them have caused long term issues and especially among under educated audiences. He notes the various problems with this theory and tackles more than just the "African" features in Olmec art but goes even further by destroying attempts to link Mesoamerican pyramids, writing systems, crops and mummification to African origins. Lastly he points out how this abuse of history affects the indigenous peoples of the Americas and what we should do as we continue on in the future. Next geneticist Razib Khan comes on the show to thoroughly debunk the African origins of the Olmecs by touching on ancient DNA and what it has told us about the populations of ancient and pre modern Mexico and how there is no DNA showing an African presence before the arrival of Europeans. Lastly, we are joined by Dr. Ivan Oransky who runs a website that monitors journal publications and their retractions and we explore why a history journal retracted a paper that claimed the Olmecs were black Africans and the controversy surrounding this outdated narrative and debunked theory. Support Pete and the Ancient Americas YouTube Channel Below! YouTube Channel: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Support Mr. Khan and his awesome work below! Website: 🤍 Razib Khan: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Support Dr. Ivan Oransky below. Retraction Watch: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Faculty Profile: 🤍
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Mesoamerica had many flouishing civilizations over time and some of them are mysterious and engimatic in their own way, building structures, temples and other buildings with accurate alingments to the stars and other strange anomalous features, whether in the construction or within fascinating layouts. None however, is more curious than the civilization that is said to have began it all. The Olmec are a mystery. The seem to appear from nothing, and disappear just as dramatically. Most of what we are tod about this anicent culture is based on interpretations of the archaeological evidence giving us a blurred picture. The are said to be a stone age culture, using stone, bone and jade tools for construction purposes and for everyday life. They built huge mound structures and the first Pryamid in Mesoamerica, as well has being attributed many of the firsts of civilisation in the area. This stone age culture is also said to have worked and fashioned stone, including colossal stone heads, some weighing up to 60 tonnes, and transported them from a mountain side quarry with no knowledge of the wheel and no apparent use of beasts of burden. These heads, and other artifacts, are a bone of contention between all disaplines who research them making The Olmec's one of the most mysterious civilizations ever found. It is very difficult to undertsand their place in time, and on the ground. Most Olmec sites have only been partially excavated so we don't know the true extent of there cities. The marshland they built them on also causes problems with preservation of artifacts etc. They lefted us no wirtten records, essentially leaving us looking in the dark for answers, leading academia to make asumptions based on the archaeological evidence. It is no easy task to uncover a culture with all these obsticles to navigate. Thanks for listening, if you enjoyed this Podcast, consider Liking the video, and Subscribing to the channel.
🤍 Baffled Archaeologists believe that the #Olmec have been early progenitors of the complex religious system that the #Mayans and the #Aztecs would use. Temple mounds, jaguars, many gods, and perhaps even human sacrifice were used by the Olmec society. Now we have the evidence Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 Matrix Wisdom & DTTV Publications 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Books by Ryan Moorhen 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Books by Norah Romney 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Books by Henry Romano 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Books by Stacy Dalton 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
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We can finally see what Ancient Olmecs looked like. Thanks to Artficial Intelligence and photo-editing tools we could recreate the famous Olmec head, an indigenous sculpture found in San Lorenzo, Veracruz, Mexico. Finally, we can see how this historical character portrayed in this colossal Olmec Head known as El Rey looked like during his time We created this face using Artificial Intelligence technology as a tool. By inputing the famous Olmec Head parameters we brought it to life by adjusting his cranial structure and facial traits (type of face, location and size of features, skin crevices, etc). As we fed the data, the Artificial Intelligence was interpreting. Then came the artistic part, where any flawed detailed by the Artificial Intelligence was artistically rendered with photo-editing program. Finally, we did a digital cleaning pass of the face. In reality we used two faces. One face appears without hair, this was our guide. The other face has hair, applying skin color and other details. After many debates about Olmec faces, we can see that this historical figure based on a colossal sculpted monolith or colossal Olmec head looked like many Mexicans of today. A ruler which lived more than 3500 years ago, we can now see his face in the 21st century. The outcome of this experiment is that this Olmec head is not based on an African, Egyptian or person of other origin. Eventhough there is a controversy surrounding the Olmecs, the cradle of civilization in what today is Mexico, Central America and Southwestern United States, we can see the face that appears in this Olmec head looks like many present-time Mexicans. This is very important for native history of Mesoamerica the Anahuac for we can attest with this result how spot-on were Ancient Olmecs when they did their portraits.
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Join us on Patreon: 🤍 and get exclusive Olmec T-shirts here: 🤍 Hugh Newman explores the mysterious realms of prehistoric Mexico, looking at the origins of the pre-Mayan Olmecs, and giants who were said to be the builders of the earliest pyramids. Other Megalithomania Videos about the Olmecs: La Venta Park Thorough Exploration - 🤍 Olmec artifacts at New York Museum - 🤍 Laguna de Los Cerros Olmec Site - 🤍 Largest Olmec Head, La Cobata - 🤍 San Lorenzo, Olmec Site - 🤍 Xalapa Museum Olmec Heads - 🤍 La Venta Site Exploration - 🤍 Chalcatzingo Olmec Site in Morelos - 🤍 Copyright Megalithomania 2019. All Rights Reserved. Support us on Patreon: 🤍 Explore the world with Megalithomania Tours: 🤍 Subscribe here: 🤍 🤍
Lecture 05 Formative Pre-Classic: The Olmec ARTH350G Latin American Art Travis Lee Clark Utah Valley University In this lecture we talk a bit about Mesoamerican geography and chronology and then introduce the Olmec, how little we know about them, and how they are (probably) the Ur culture for all of Mesoamerica. We talk about their major sites at La Venta and San Lorenzo, their love of jade, sky-dragons, altars, thrones, the REALLY creepy were-jaguar babies and of course, the big freaking heads.
Aerial remote-sensing (LIDAR) of a large region of Mexico has revealed hundreds of ancient Olmec and Maya ceremonial sites, including the Olmec capital of San Lorenzo. 20 huge platforms surround an enclosure at San Lorenzo nearly one mile long oriented just west of north, the same orientation as La Venta which aligns with specific stars. Many other unknown sites have been located and excavations are about to begin at some of them. This could reveal more of the colossal Olmec Heads and bring to light more information about this unique culture that dominated Mexico before the Maya. Includes exclusive aerial footage. Explore Olmec sites and numerous pyramids and Maya temples in February 2023 with Megalithomania: 🤍 Links to more info: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Megalithomania are looking at running a tour to Olmec Land in January 2022. Register your interest here: 🤍 More Olmec Videos: San Lorenzo, Olmec Capital - 🤍 Monument 19 at La Venta - 🤍 Olmec artifacts at New York Museum - 🤍 Laguna de Los Cerros Olmec Site - 🤍 Largest Olmec Head, La Cobata - 🤍 San Lorenzo, Olmec Site - 🤍 Xalapa Museum Olmec Heads - 🤍 La Venta Site Exploration - 🤍 Lecture on the Olmecs - 🤍 Join us on Patreon: 🤍 Megalithomania T-Shirts & Merch: 🤍 Explore the world with Megalithomania Tours: 🤍 Subscribe here: 🤍 🤍 Images used for educational purposes Copyright Megalithomania MMXXI. All Rights Reserved.
Olmec head, Veracruz, Mexico, circa 1938. The most remarkable artwork left behind by this culture is the Olmec colossal heads. Seventeen of these colossal stone heads have been unearthed to date.
Ancient Americas tells the story of the Olmec and Chavin, once thought to be the first civilizations in North and South America, respectively. More recent findings tell us of the Norte Chico, or Caral, the oldest civilization in all the Americas. The Olmecs (/ˈɒlmɛks, ˈoʊl-/) were the earliest known major Mesoamerican civilization. Following a progressive development in Soconusco, they occupied the tropical lowlands of the modern-day Mexican states of Veracruz and Tabasco. It has been speculated that the Olmecs derived in part from the neighboring Mokaya or Mixe–Zoque cultures. The Olmecs flourished during Mesoamerica's formative period, dating roughly from as early as 1500 BCE to about 400 BCE. Pre-Olmec cultures had flourished since about 2500 BCE, but by 1600–1500 BCE, early Olmec culture had emerged, centered on the San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán site near the coast in southeast Veracruz. They were the first Mesoamerican civilization, and laid many of the foundations for the civilizations that followed. Among other "firsts", the Olmec appeared to practice ritual bloodletting and played the Mesoamerican ballgame, hallmarks of nearly all subsequent Mesoamerican societies. The aspect of the Olmecs most familiar now is their artwork, particularly the aptly named "colossal heads". The Chavín culture is an extinct, pre-Columbian civilization, named for Chavín de Huántar, the principal archaeological site at which its artifacts have been found. The culture developed in the northern Andean highlands of Peru from 900 BCE to 200 BCE. It extended its influence to other civilizations along the coast. The Chavín people (whose name for themselves is unknown) were located in the Mosna Valley where the Mosna and Huachecsa rivers merge. This area is 3,150 metres (10,330 ft) above sea level and encompasses the quechua, suni, and puna life zones. In the periodization of pre-Columbian Peru, the Chavín is the main culture of the Early Horizon period in highland Peru, characterized by the intensification of the religious cult, the appearance of ceramics closely related to the ceremonial centers, the improvement of agricultural techniques and the development of metallurgy and textiles. Norte Chico (also known as Caral or Caral-Supe) was a complex pre-Columbian-era society that included as many as thirty major population centers in what is now the Caral region of north-central coastal Peru. The civilization flourished between the fourth and second millennia BC, with the formation of the first city generally dated to around 3500 BC, at Huaricanga, in the Fortaleza area. It is from 3100 BC onward that large-scale human settlement and communal construction become clearly apparent, which lasted until a period of decline around 1800 BC. Since the early twenty-first century, it has been established as the oldest-known civilization in the Americas. Complex society in Caral-Supe arose a millennium after Sumer in Mesopotamia, was contemporaneous with the Egyptian pyramids, and predated the Mesoamerican Olmec by nearly two millennia. In archaeological nomenclature, Caral-Supe is a pre-ceramic culture of the pre-Columbian Late Archaic; it completely lacked ceramics and apparently had almost no visual art. The most impressive achievement of the civilization was its monumental architecture, including large earthwork platform mounds and sunken circular plazas. 1. THIS VIDEO IS AN EPISODE FROM CHAPTER 1 OF OUR MADE IN ANCIENT HISTORY SERIES Chapter 1 Playlist: 🤍 Welcome to our new MADE IN ANCIENT HISTORY series! This new series is meant to be a deep dive into the Ancient and Classical periods all over the WORLD! This 1st Chapter is called Beginnings, and deals with the transition from the Prehistoric age into the Cradles of Civilization and other early civilizations. 2. CLICK HERE IF YOU'RE NEW TO HISTORY AND WANT A FEATURE LENGTH DOCUMENTARY OF THE ENTIRE HISTORY OF THE WORLD: 🤍 3. Check out our WORLD DOCUMENTARY playlist (Long Form Documentaries): 🤍 4. Check out our playlists by PERIOD (Short Form Documentaries): 🤍 Please subscribe to Made In History for more videos! We are always trying to grow! 0:00 Migrations 2:27 Olmec Civilization (Mesoamerica) 6:59 Chavin (South America) 9:02 Norte Chico (South America) All images used with CC license. Music used: Hiding Your Reality by Kevin MacLeod Link: 🤍 License: 🤍 River Flute by Kevin MacLeod Link: 🤍 License: 🤍 Soaring by Kevin MacLeod Link: 🤍 License: 🤍
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Olmec, the first elaborate pre-Columbian civilization of Mesoamerica (c. 1200–400 BCE) and one that is thought to have set many of the fundamental patterns evinced by later American Indian cultures of Mexico and Central America, notably the Maya and the Aztec. The Nahuatl (Aztec) name for these people, Olmecatl, or Olmec in the modern corruption, means “rubber people” or “people of the rubber country.” That term was chosen because the Olmecs extracted latex from Panama rubber trees (Castilla elastica) growing in the region and mixed it with the juice of a local vine (Ipomoea alba, moonflower) to create rubber. A brief treatment of Olmec civilization follows. For full treatment, see pre-Columbian civilizations: The rise of Olmec civilization. Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 Matrix Wisdom & DTTV Publications 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Books by Ryan Moorhen 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Books by Norah Romney 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Books by Henry Romano 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Books by Stacy Dalton 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
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The lie that is, Afrocentrism, crumbles with every published paper. This time, the Olmec civilization. The modern geography of A2 and its subclades are virtually restricted to the Americas. According to Behar et al. 2012, A2 is between 13,750 and 18,000 years old.🤍 If you own a book written by this profound nutcase, BURN IT.
Remember to 'Subscribe' to Megalithomania and click the 'bell' icon to get notifications of new videos: 🤍 Filmed at the Megalithomania Conference in Glastonbury on 9th May 2010, Hugh has travelled around Mexico, Guatemala, Hondurus and Belize in search of the pre-Mayan megalithic civilization that flourished as far back as 7000BC. Mexico is famous for its Mayan and Aztec architecture but Hugh has discovered evidence of much earlier cultures, that were of "megalithic" origin and were the inspiration behind the Mayan emergence. The Mayans have been credited with introducing a sophisticated calendar, agricultural practices and incredible stonework, but it is now thought that the 'Olmec' invented the Long Count calendar that ended in 2012 and taught the Maya much of what they knew, and were experts in the use of Toad DMT, psychedelic mushrooms and altered states, suggesting they received their knowledge from the shamanic realm and shared it with other cultures. Hugh also explores the legend of Quetzalcoatl, a bearded god (who is carved in stone at several Olmec sites) and gives an overview of the incredible Olmec civilization, who were thought to be African in origin and were part of a prehistoric cosmopolitan culture that travelled the world. Hugh Newman is an earth mysteries and esoteric science researcher. He organises the Megalithomania Conferences. His most recent book, 'Earth Grids - The Secret Patterns of Gaia's Sacred Sites', has been published by Wooden Books. He has also appeared on Ancient Aliens (History) and Search for the Lost Giants (History). Websites: 🤍 🤍
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Zhang Dong, professor with the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, said international archaeological experts tended to link the inscriptions on the pottery items from Shuangdun to drawings in the Olmec civilization and hieroglyphic inscriptions in Mayan culture. Narrated by BuzWeaver: 🤍 TKTC on Bitchute: 🤍 Tweeting Stuff: 🤍 Licensed under a creative commons: 🤍 All the latest from 'The Lost History Channel: 🤍 Astrophotography? Join our FB Group: 🤍 The Lost History Channel TKTC here on YT: 🤍 #LostHistory, #Ancient, #History, #Archaeology, #China Housed in the Xinhua/Anhui Bengbu Museum
In this chapter, Dr. Jose Pimienta Bey unpacks more evidence of ancient Africans in America by discussing the African features of the colossal Olmec Heads and other American artifacts with uncanny semblance to artifacts found in Africa. Pimienta Bey unravels a massive secret regarding a profound hidden history here in the Americas. Book Reference: "Unexpected Faces in Ancient America" [Extremely Rare]: 🤍 - Watch Chapter 1: 🤍 Watch Chapter 2: 🤍 Watch Chapter 3: 🤍 Watch Chapter 4: Coming Soon Watch Chapter 5: Coming Soon Watch Chapter 6: Coming Soon - Amexem is a digital streaming platform that teaches Moorish culture, customs, and traditions. Support Amexem: 🤍 Free Learning: 🤍 Courses & Series: 🤍 All-Access Membership: 🤍 Shop & Support: 🤍 Shop Noble Wear: 🤍 Find a Temple: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE and hit the NOTIFICATION BELL: 🤍 - Amexem utilizes an ancient discipline, Moorish Science, to teach self-improvement techniques for Asiatics all over the world. Join Amexem and unlock an ever-growing library of rich, life-altering docu-series, tools, and life hacks.
A new, easy, and consistent Olmec Skip I just discovered. This Plasma Cannon Olmec Skip is even more situational than the Powerpack Ankh Skip. If you want to do this in a Cosmic Ocean run, you're going to need a hired hand to carry your bow for you, or do this in multiplayer. You can get a Plasma Cannon from a Present, Tun's Shop, or from the Ghist shop. I think the Ghist shop presents are higher quality, and are more likely to have a plasma cannon inside. Let me know if you pull this off in a real run. 🔴Subscribe for more gaming content! SOCIAL 🎮-Twitch: 🤍 💬-Discord: 🤍 📸-Instagram: 🤍 👥-Facebook: 🤍 #OlmecSkip #Spelunky2 #ProximalHead New Olmec Skip - Plasma Cannon Olmec Skip