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Lewis Spence, one of the latest writers on the subject, concludes that the Toltec and Maya civilizations never originated on American soil but appeared there full blown, with a well-defined art and system of hieroglyphic writing which possesses affinities with the Egyptian

Comyns Beaumont / <cite>The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain (quotedy by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

The Mexican President, Miguel De La Madrid, said that the Maya had been interbred with the ‘Iguana race’ - reptilians.

David Icke / <cite>The Biggest Secret</cite>

Mayan beliefs and legends tell an interesting story about the “creation of man". It tells that mankind (humans) were created to be the “servants of the Gods”. These “Gods” made “figures of wood” before they made humans. These figures of wood “had no souls”. They were bodies animated with no spiritual beings inside. The Gods thus produced creatures to which spiritual beings could be attached. The first humans, according to the Mayans, were too intelligent and had too many abilities, so the “Gods” reduced the intelligence and vision of the humans.

Val Valerian / <cite>MATRIX II</cite>

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