A temple to a pre-Columbian god of wind has been unearthed near downtown Mexico City

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Archaeologists on Wednesday announced the discovery of a pre-Columbian temple in central Mexico City believed to have been built for Ehecatl-Quetzalcoatl, the god of wind. The circular platform, approximately 36 feet (11 meters) in diameter and four feet (1.2 meters) tall, had been built in the pre-Hispanic city of Tlatelolco, an economic rival to the […]

Evidence of Extra Fingers and Toes in the ancient Culture of Pueblo People of Chaco Canyon

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In the Chaco Canyon (Mexico), People of the ancient Pueblo Culture decorated their Houses with six-digit handprints and footprints. Researchers suggest that Beings with an extra finger and/or toe were important and respected in this Society. According to National Geographic, researchers were aware of polydactyl (many Fingers) among the Pueblo Culture for many Years. Several […]