Teotihuacan: Lost Civilization Of The Anunnaki Ancient Alien Gods?

The origins of Teotihuacan are unknown although attempts have been made to link it to the Toltec Civilization.

Nevertheless, mainstream consensus is that the City was founded as early as 400 BC.

However, in Graham Hanock’s Fingerprints Of The Gods and Sitchin’s Lost Realms, its suggested that Teotihuacan was actually established between 3000-4000 BC although the largest structures of the City weren’t completed until 300AD.

In the end, we are left with three possibilities being the accepted mainstream consensus, Hancock’s Lost Civilization hypothesis and lasty Sitchin’s argument that Teotihuacan belongs to the lost Realms of the Anunnaki Ancient Alien Gods.

According to Ancient Aztec Codices and Oral Tradition, Teotihuacan was established by a fairk skinned God called Quetzalcoatl who brought with him the knowledge of Civilization and Gold mining.

Quetzecoatl built 3 Pyramids at Teotihuancan.

The Pyramids of the Moon, Sun and Temple Of Quetzalcoatl which were modelled on the Giza Pyramids.

Teotihuacan And Quetzalcoatl's Lost Realm Of The Plumed Serpent

Quetzalcoatl also introduced the Cyclical Mayan Long Count Calendar.

In addition, Quetzalcoatl’s arrival appears to and also coincide with the arrival of the Olmecs in Ancient Meso-America.

Both Sitchin and Hancock agree on the Realm of the Plumed Serpent’s connection to Ancient Egypt.

This connection would not only explain the Pyramids but also the presence of the African Olmecs in the region.

On this score Sitchin ventures further than Hancock by relying on the Sumerian record to fill in the gaps on the identity of Quetzalcoatl and the Architects of the Gold-mining Civilization at Teotihuacan.

In Lost Realms, Sitchin refers to the Sumerian records account of the Tower of Babel incident which suggest that after Marduk’s defeat at Babel, he took over the realm of Egypt and displaced Anunnaki God Thoth or Ningshiidza as Lord of Egypt.

In response, Thoth migrated to the Meso-American region where he settled at Teotihuacan.

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Teotihuacan And Quetzalcoatl's Lost Realm Of The Plumed Serpent

If this interpretation is correct and Thoth did come from Egypt and settle at Teotihuacan, then the presence of the Olmecs can also be explained as part of the African contingent that had accompanied Thoth from Egypt.

The Historic role of the Nubian Kushites in Ancient Egypt is already acknowledged even in mainstream History, and its therefore possible that Thoth may have been accompanied and assisted by African Nubians in the establishment of Teotihuacan from 3000 BC.

Decline Of Teotihuacan

The reasons for Teotihuacan’s decline and eventual collapse are unknown, but by 750AD the City had been abandoned.

However, if the Ancient Aztec codices are to be believed, then the City was destroyed by a great Deluge during the era of the Fourth Sun.

The decline of Teotihuacan would pave the way for the rise of the next great Empire of Mesoamerica…The Aztecs.

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