Teotihuacan, Mexico: Incredible Ancient Pyramids

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A tour of the amazing ancient pyramids of Teotihuacan, outside of Mexico City, Mexico.
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Teotihuacan, Mexico: Incredible Ancient Pyramids

Comments

Daniel CCRR says:

did you go to the historic centre in mexico city? 

Dan Schlinz says:

Just amazing to see what was done without heavy equipment. thanks Gabe.

José Carlos Barrientos Alfaro says:

Really amazing video,that’s an awesome city

ChainedCrows says:

Omg somebody get Graham Hancock on the phome

cfapps7865 says:

Great video, I really enjoyed it. The Avenue of the Dead I believe has the
same meaning to the ancients as the “necropolis” of Giza in Egypt. It had
nothing to do with dead bodies. It wasn’t a physical death but an inner
psychological death where you let go of all the crap in your life that
prevents you from attaining enlightenment and spiritual purification. This
was the original meaning of resurrection,…and it has obviously been made
to be something else today.

Gabriel Mendez says:

A news website from Guatemala posted your video of the guy on top of the
bus, Publinews is the name of their facebook fanpage , and you starting to
get a lot of views . 

terrapin says:

~love

Cynthia G. says:

Nice to see that you are excited to visit this amazing place, my culture,
the real Mexico.
Cheers!

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