It is believed that during the day this deity emerged from the water and taught the human race arts, sciences and writing.
Stories about lost cities full of riches were prevalent in medieval times and several of them remain to this day.
American scientists have discovered that the farther the Moon is from Earth, the longer a day lasts.
Investigations have discovered the existence of a “Great Pyramid” hidden under Australian vegetation.
Scientists around the world have tried to unravel its contents, but none have succeeded. Now, technology promises to help solve this 600-year-old mystery.
Archaeologists in Mexico City have found another section of 119 skulls that were part of the Aztec capital’s main trophy rack of sacrificed humans.
Sailors, military, fishermen, divers, travelers and oceanographers have reported stories about humanoid creatures that live in oceans, rivers and lakes.
The earliest known astronomical observatory in the Americas was built by an unknown culture, long before the Incas rose to power in Peru and began to celebrate their Sun God.