Teotihuacan is a desolate ancient city in Mexico, located 50 kilometres to the northeast of Mexico City, one of the oldest, largest and most mysterious sites in the Western Hemisphere, the precise age of which is unknown. Aztecs called it the “Birthplace of Gods” – no wonder it preserves numerous unsolved mysteries and riddles. According to legends of Indian elders, after the Flood gods returned to Teotihuacan in order the recreate the world. Teotihuacan is a supposed place of birth of the Fifth Sun; it is considered that the last sun of the human era emerged there. It is also known that after a ruin the grandiose pyramid complex was buried under earth and melted due to a high temperature exposure.
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I am sitting, knitting and not disturbing anyone, while a voice keeps talking in my head:
“I am so nice and smart. Why am I still unable to overcome my own thoughts? A negative stream still bursts through sooner or later, and before I know it I find myself amidst a swamp of sewage carefully drawn by industrious consciousness…
I’ve read all books by Anastasia Novykh many times, I have loads of supplementary literature, and I attend various meditation groups, but I still can’t get rid of all the disgrace…”
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