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As far left Antifa demonstrators threw statues of Christopher Columbus into Baltimore Harbor this year, propaganda constantly appeared on the airwaves, natives peaceful, European descendents bad.

Well a funny thing happened in an archaeogical dig recently as hundreds of skulls were found pre contact as solidifying what recently translated Mayan and Incan pictographs explicitly stated, the MesoAmericans were a blood thirsty lot with upwards of 20% of the population earmarked for ritual human sacrifice, generally involving the removal of the heart from the still living victim.

188F7689 1052 42D3 8262 938BE4443C99Blood thirsty photo of Mayan sacrifices

Smithsonian is caught between a rock and a hard place while in pursuit of the truth, they were wary of enraging the academic left with too much authenticity:

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Archaeologists excavating a famed Aztec “tower of skulls” in Mexico City have uncovered a new section featuring 119 human skulls. The find brings the total number of skulls featured in the late 15th-century structure, known as Huey Tzompantli, to more than 600, reports Hollie Silverman for CNN.

The tower, first discovered five years ago by archaeologists with Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), is believed to be one of seven that once stood in the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlán. It’s located near the ruins of the Templo Mayor, a 14th- and 15th-century religious center dedicated to the war god Huitzilopochtli and the rain god Tlaloc.

Archaeologists excavating a famed Aztec “tower of skulls” in Mexico City have uncovered a new section featuring 119 human skulls. The find brings the total number of skulls featured in the late 15th-century structure, known as Huey Tzompantli, to more than 600, reports Hollie Silverman for CNN.

The tower, first discovere five years ago by archaeologists with Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), is believed to be one of seven that once stood in the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlán. It’s located near the ruins of the Templo Mayor, a 14th- and 15th-century religious center dedicated to the war god Huitzilopochtli and the rain god Tlaloc.

Read more on Smithsonian:

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/new-find-brings-skulls-discovered-aztec-tower-over-600-180976543/

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