Mayan Underworld – Cenotes

The cenotes of the Yucatán peninsula are renowned for their mystery and beauty. Believed to have been formed when the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs (or most of the bigger ones anyway) hit close to the coast of Mexico, these intriguing holes in the limestone bedrock have been places of religious devotion for centuries if […]

Mayan Codex Oldest Manuscript In Latin America

The ancient civilizations of the pre-Hispanic Americas are fascinating. There is still so much that is to be learned about them. Rebel Voice sees a rising awareness among the people of those continents, in which they are beginning to more fully embrace their inherited American identity, separate from the European introduced one. It is not […]

Temple, Gods and Sacrifice on Slieve Gullion

It’s colder and wetter now. The climate has cooled. The crops are failing. To appease their fickle deities the tribesmen must make a powerful sacrifice. They stand nervously huddled within the shadowy chamber and restrain their drugged victim as outside the steadily weakening sun falls ominously to mark the end of the year. It’s 3000 […]