The Recently Revealed Mayan Alien Artifacts - Aliens, Lies, And VideoTape
2012 08 01

By Agent K | The Object Report

Recently there has been a substantial amount of skeptical interest in what appears to be full disclosure from the Mexican government in regards to never before seen Mayan artifacts clearly depicting aliens and spacecraft. I immediately started to do some digging because on the surface this seemed almost too good to be true, and as Agent D and I always say--if it looks too good to be true, it probably is. Check out this video first, then continue reading my report below...



As I began digging I came upon a website with some very clear photos of these "artifacts" which I will refer to them as from this point forward. I use this term lightly because without verification of the SOURCE of these artifacts and without any type of scientific analysis of their age, they could have very well been produced last year by a Mexican artisan. We’ll circle back around to this later...

The second aspect to this story is the strange case of the documentary filmmakers involved; Raul Julia-Levy and the investor funding the film, Elisabeth Thieriot. The documentary itself is the real deal, and interestingly enough it was even picked up by mainstream news media.

The information -- protected for 80 years -- is expected to reveal Mayan beliefs in future catastrophes and wisdom characterized as "shocking," producer Raul Julia-Levy, son of actor Raul Julia, told TheWrap. The Mexican government is releasing state-held secrets about the end of the Mayan calendar to the makers of a documentary, "Revelations of the Mayans 2012 and Beyond," TheWrap has learned. (source: Reuters)

According to its eager-to-give-a-quote producer Raul Julia-Levy, the 3D documentary will be a watershed moment in human history. He says it will reveal, for the first time, proof of extraterrestrial contact. It’ll show proof that aliens and ancient humans mixed, including a 3000-year-old landing pad for flying saucers and an underwater Mayan city (which Julia-Levy helpfully clarifies as “a city that was built under water, and not a sunken city”). (source)


Okay, so far this looks pretty good, right?

It starts as most typical UFO-conspiracy-plot yarns do. The producers say pieces of the puzzle have been found over the last century – but governments suppressed this dangerous knowledge. First the British government hid hints. Then the Americans. Possibly the popes were in on the game too – Julia-Levy claims that, earlier this year, an official Vatican spokesman got in touch with him and demanded a private meeting. According to Julia-Levy, the Mexican government was complicit in keeping these secrets for the past 80 years. But he claims that former President Vincente Fox (a friend of his famous family – note the “Raul Julia” part of his name) personally let him in on this secret. Fox then spent four years lobbying current President Felipe Calderon to let Julia-Levy reveal the truth to the public. He claims that higher-ups in the Mexican and Guatemalan governments, prominent archaeologists, and the Council of Mayan Elders (who are going to reveal their 3,750-year-old secret book for the first time) are all coming forward. Also – that the preeminent scholar of the universe Stephen Hawking (aka “the wheelchair guy with that robot voice thing”) is working with them on the film and is on board with the theories. (source)


But apparently Raul Julia-Levy isn’t who he claims to be, and here’s where things start to take a turn for the weird...


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