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Major investigation of Mayan ruins underway, why not the same effort at alleged 'holocaust' sites?

Postby Hannover » 1 year 11 hours ago (Sun Sep 17, 2017 1:22 pm)

Read below about an investigation of Mayan ruins.
Note the technology being used, note what's planned, expected, & what's been found

So, why hasn't this been arranged in order to display the alleged major 'holocaust' mass grave sites?

As shown below we see a 'dig' announced in advance by a major archaeological organization, witnesses provided, it's to be recorded, with results displayed and verified.

Heretofore all we have seen are easily exposed frauds of Sturdy-Colls, Haimi, and Kola, (who all failed to find the alleged massive human remains) all debunked at this forum and elsewhere.

After all, we're talking about an alleged '6M Jews & 5M others' ... 11,000,000.
There is not a single verifiable excavated enormous mass grave with contents actually SHOWN, not just claimed, (recall the claim of 900,000 buried at Treblinka, 1,250,000 at Auschwitz, or 250,000 at Sobibor, 34,000 at Babi Yar) even though Jews claim they still exist and claim to know exactly where these alleged enormous mass graves are.

We know what they are trying to hide.

- Hannover ... xcavation/
‘Elaborate underworld’ of Mayan pyramids to be explored by archaeologists

The first two weeks of the study have already revealed new discoveries.

For the first time in 50 years, the ruins of Chichén Itzá are being investigated by archaeologists. The team from the Great Maya Aquifer Project aim to discover if “local legends of an elaborate underworld are true.”

Built more than 1,000 years ago, the ancient Mayan pyramid in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula will be explored using a modified ground-penetrating radar (GPR) to locate passageways and rooms in El Castillo, also known as the Temple of Kukulcan.

“Something on this scale has never been attempted, but we’re confident that it will help us understand this site in a way that wasn’t possible before,” Great Maya Aquifer Project Director Guillermo de Anda, told National Geographic. “With this data, I believe we will conclusively find out if the local legends of an elaborate underworld are true.”

The radar will also be used to search the surrounding area of Chichén Itzá for tunnels and caves, using kayak-mounted sonar to explore underground water systems, spoken of in Maya oral history but never confirmed.

GPR has discovered “a number of anomalies” surrounding a chamber in El Castillo housing the Red Jaguar Thrones.

If it can't happen as alleged, then it didn't.

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