The very strange place is called Baksei Chamkrong in the Angkor Wat Complex in Cambodia. This is a very strange site because this is the only stepped pyramid in this temple complex.
This pyramid in Cambodia is almost identical to the pyramid found in Mesoamerica. There is a pyramid called Tikal. There is a pyramid in a place called Tikal and that pyramid looks not even similar but almost identical.
The Tikal Pyramid is in the country of Guatemala, in Central America and this is roughly 10,000 miles from the Baksei Chamkrong Pyramid in Cambodia.
But when you look at them side by side, it is mind-boggling. There is no doubt, they were both built by the same builders.
Or did these 2 civilizations, separated by 10,000 miles, contacting and communicating with each other using advanced technology, just like what we do today?
How else do you explain these similarities?
Look at the construction style in both temples. The masonry is the same, Make rectangular blocks of stone, and place them on top of one other.
Look at the basic design: Not even similar, almost identical. Both of them pyramids, both of them are stepped pyramids, both of them have a staircase laid out in the center.
Both of them have a dome-like structure built on the top, both have them have a doorway in the center of the dome. It is impossible that all these similarities are a result of mere coincidence.
Think about this, if these 2 structures were constructed within a 10-mile radius or a 100-mile radius, archeologists and historians would swear they were built by the same builders.
However, simply because they are separated by 10,000 miles, experts now swear that this is a pure coincidence, built by 2 completely different civilizations which had no contact with each other.
But there are more shocking similarities. Both have them have secret underground structures, waiting to be unearthed. Look at this pit in front of the entrance.
Locals say this is not a pit, this is an underground tunnel, which has caved in. Just by looking at it, we know, if we dig in deep enough, we will be able to access the underground area.
Look at these small mounds protruding here, these are covering the columns or other tall structures of the underground. This is not a natural formation.
Here is another mound Diagonally opposite on the other side of the pyramid, again covering another protruding structure. These clearly indicate that there is an underground structure in the Baksei Chamkrong pyramid.
In 2018, Laser technology was used in Guatemala, especially around Tikal, and believe it or not plenty of structures were found underground, baffling archeologists.
So, this is another remarkable similarity. And we have not fully understood why these pyramids have been built, there must be some connection between underground structures and pyramids, because even the Giza pyramids in Egypt, have a huge system of underground chambers, tunnels, and even artificial caves.
See experts today, they are not even willing to take a minute and think about why these pyramids have been built. There must be a scientific reason, the pyramids must have served a purpose in ancient times, which we don’t understand.
But we are not done yet, there are more similarities between Baksei Chamkrong and Tikal. Both ancient pyramids have an unusually steep slope.
This is very very hard to climb, as though it was not built for humans to climb it. Most people do not climb this pyramid because you cannot walk up, you have to be on all fours, and literally crawl your way up.
The same thing with Tikal, the slope is just really steep and you have to use your hands and feet. The Tikal pyramid is not isolated, it is surrounded by several other temples nearby, it is part of a larger complex.
Baksei ChamKrong pyramid is also surrounded by temples, it is part of the Angkor temple complex. If we make an aerial comparison between the two, we may be able to find more similarities.
To have such remarkable similarities, the builders must have used the same plan, the same blueprint on both sites. But what is the connection between Baksei Chamrkong in Cambodia and Tikal, in Guatemala?
Experts say that Hindus built Baksei Chamkrong and Mayas built Tikal, and they are completely different people. However, the name Maya itself is a Hindu word, it means Illusion or Magic.
How did the Mayans get their name and how did their civilization start and build these amazing structures?
This is explained in Indian texts, there is an architect, a master engineer called Mayan. Yes in Tamil language texts, he is called Mayan, with the same name, he is known with many other names such as Mamuni Mayan or Mayasura, but he is basically known as Mayan.
He is the one who must have traveled out of India, and built these amazing structures all over Asia, in Cambodia, and then traveled
all over South America and finally settled down in Central America.
This is how the civilization in central America got the name Mayan. Believe it or not, this story is actually confirmed by a Mayan text called Popol Vuh, if you read that book, it mentions how a specific god arrives from the east.
This must be Mayan himself, and he must have been the mastermind behind building all these brilliant Mayan structures. This is why the Tikal pyramid looks so similar to the pyramid in Cambodia.
Do you know the word Tikal or Thikazh means “To Shine” in the Tamil language?
Do you know the Tikal Pyramid shines or looks illuminated even during nighttime?
These are not coincidences, the Mayan civilization and Hindu civilization share the same root. The architect Mayan must have started the civilization in Central America, this is why all his followers were called Mayan.
People like David Childress, myself, and many other ancient alien theorists believe that it must be Hindus who moved from Asia to other continents and built these megalithic sites.
I have shown you so many Hindu structures in the country of Colombia as well. But archeologists have one important point, which goes against this view.
They believe that Baksei Chamkrong was built around 900 A.D and the Tikal Pyramid was built much earlier than that, at least a few centuries earlier.
And this is very interesting, because if Mayan and his people moved from Asia to Central America, the Baksei Chamkrong should have been built first, and then the Tikal pyramid would have been built.
However, archeologists think that the Tikal pyramid was built earlier and Baksei Chamkrong was built around 900 A.D. But the key question is, how did experts come to the conclusion that the Baksei Chamkrong pyramid was built around 900 A.D?
This is structure is completely made of rocks and bricks, so it cannot be carbon dated. The dates are nothing more than calculated guesses. But there is an inscription here on the sides of this doorway which takes the site back much much older in time.
You can see it has these beautiful inscriptions in Sanskrit and Khmer. It talks about a saint called Kambu, who travels from India thousands of years ago and the inscription mentions that he founded the country of Cambodia, originally known as Kambhoja.
This is why we have the current name Cambodia and the former name Kampuchea till 1989. So, you can see even though there is an inscription written in this pyramid, taking it back to thousands of years ago, Archeologists do not accept this inscription as a valid historical record, because they say this is mere religious mythology.
But the evidence is right here, on the very site, that the Baksei Chamkrong pyramid pre-dates the Tikal pyramid in Guatemala.
So, it is quite possible it was first built here, and then finally replicated in Tikal.
So, what do you think?
Were Baksei Chamkrong and Tikal built by the same builders?
Were Mayans originally Hindus?
How else do you explain the remarkable similarity between these 2 pyramids?