We all know about the bloody sacrifices, but there was a whole history, culture, and mythology surrounding the Aztecs' claim to fame!
Teotihuacan is colossal and no one knows who built it. It is said to be about 2,000 years old. What happened to the city and why was it abandoned? This article explores a few rational explanations.
The Maya and their sketchy history is so fascinating to learn about. Find out more about some of the things we can know from what they left behind.
Learn about the Nazca Lines in the South American country of Peru for elementary age kids and homeschool
This is the third article in the series where I try to see if there was any connection between the Aztec civilization of Mexico and the eastern Vedic Indian civilization. The Aztec civilization are one of the prominent...
This article reviews David Grann's book "The Lost City of Z: A Tale of Deadly Obsession in the Amazon." The story also provides many details regarding the life and eventual disappearance of explorer Colonel Percy...
The history of the Maya Indians beginning with their initial arrival in America to the end of their culture is discussed with emphasis on the Mayan calendar.
The second part of this two article series explores Aztec culture through social structure, laws, education, and the arts.
Gary Daniels of Lost Worlds has written a research paper on the Georgia petroglyph. The research included comparing Mayan written records to those recorded in stone in Georgia.
This article provides many interesting facts about the Chavin civilization of ancient Peru. Particular attention is given to Chavin's significance as a religious center, as well as its drug cult and instances of human...