Will Mayan secrets be revealed soon? Some of these may have to do with UFOs. The late Col. Wendelle Stevens (USAF, Ret.), who published many books about ET contact, reported some years ago that he had explored a "mountain" in the Ecuadorian jungle that was in reality a long-buried temple. Among its features were several broad, circular, stone areas that referred to "landing pads." Now it appears that the Mexican government is releasing long-held information on the Mayans that includes apparent evidence of their own ET contacts.
In the September 29th edition of the Guardian, Ben Child quotes film producer Raul Julia-Levy as saying that his team of documentary filmmakers are cooperating with the Mexican government--including the president of Mexico, Alvaro Colom Caballeros, who is giving them these ancient secrets--"for the good of mankind."
Child quotes Julia-Levy as saying, "Mexico will release codices, artifacts and significant documents with evidence of Mayan and extraterrestrial contact, and all of their information will be corroborated by archaeologists. The Mexican government is not making this statement on their own--everything we say, we're going to back it up."
Let's hope they get the film finished before December, 2012, the date their calendar indicates that the world will end! Sometimes a novel can tell you more than nonfiction, and Whitley Strieber's novel "2012" is one of these. You can get it from the Whitley Strieber Collection, and it will come with an autographed bookplate that was designed by Whitley!