Newly Discovered Secrets of the Maya

This 6 part series shows concealed alignments and intentional mistakes I discovered in the Maya Codices.


Newly Discovered Secrets of Maya Part 1--3-Eye Alignments
This video shows pages in the Dresden Codex, a Maya holy book, has eyes that are aligned. This is the first presentation that shows eye alignments. Go to video


Newly Discovered Secrets of Maya Part 2--Anchor Alignments
This is the second video about the hidden alignments in the Dresden codex. This part shows alignments that span three or more pages of the codex. One alignment shows 7 lines going through the same eye. Go to video


Newly Discovered Secrets of Maya Part 3--Alignments in the Madrid Codex
This video shows that the Madrid Codex conceals the same alignment features that are hidden in the Dresden Codex. On some pages there is a pattern of eyes that are aligned. On others, alignments involve hands, feet, eyes and glyphs.
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Newly Discovered Secrets of Maya Part 4--Intentional Mistakes
This part shows that hands in the codex are making finger signs. This part also shows the mistakes that occur in both the codices: hands with the wrong number of digits; hands not matched to the appropriate arms (left hands or right arms); and feet not matched to the appropriate legs. Go to video


Newly Discovered Secrets of Maya Part 5--Paris Codex and Temple Art
This video shows pages from the Paris Codex and temple art. Both have 3-eye alignments and visual hand signals. The art also shows hands with the wrong number of digits.
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Newly Discovered Secrets of Maya Part 6--Three More Secrets
This part shows three more Mayan secrets: eye erasures in a Bonampak mural, the exact angle of the ecliptic, and concealed numbers for the Venus cycle. Go to video

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Kindergarteners Showing Off Their Math Skills 1966 Uncut demonstration of at-risk children who were taught math by Zig Engelmann as four year olds and five year olds. The session was filmed in front of a class of college students in August with no rehearsal. Children work addition, subtraction, multiplication, division problems, basic algebra problems, fraction problems, area problems, factoring, and simple simultaneous equations.

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