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Coba, the pyramid

Visiting Coba

Coba is a Mayan archaeological site, located in proximity to the Mexican tourist resorts Tulum and Cancun. The site was built around 2 lagoons and in the Mayan language “Coba” means “a place of turbulent water” or “water stirred by wind”. Coba was one of the biggest precolonial Mayan towns. Approximately 6500 buildings were discovered, […]

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Spiritual Study at the Sacred Sites of the Maya

This past March a group of 5 students and instructors from Esoteric Teachings gathered in Mexico to explore the ancient sacred sites of the Maya in the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico. The trip is part of a greater goal of Esoteric Teachings to explore and share the universal spiritual principles of different ancient cultures from […]

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Uxmal, the group shot

Our Visit to Uxmal

One of the most mystical sacred sites that we had visited during our trip to the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico in March 2015, was definitely Uxmal (in Yucatec Maya it is pronounced Óoxmáal  [óˑʃmáˑl]). The Pyramid of the Magician While entering the ruins, the first thing that attracted our attention, was a huge stepped pyramid […]

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