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Alexander Seymour Nov 15
Fun in the sun 🇲🇽✌🏾🇺🇸😊
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Alexander Seymour Nov 15
Indiana Jones type ish 🇲🇽😊🇺🇸
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Jimmy Rivers Nov 16
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Ancient Origins Nov 15
At its peak, around 200 AD, counted a population of well over 125,000, boasted hundreds of temples and palaces, and three massive pyramids named after the Sun, the Moon, and the Feathered Serpent (itself a symbol of the planet Venus).
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Dorian Moore-Dorian and Co Travel Dream Vacations Nov 14
While in Mexico City in 2017 I visited . Teotihuacán is known today as the site of many of the most architecturally significant Mesoamerican pyramids built in the pre-Columbian Americas. (Wikipedia)
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Sara Nov 11
Throwback to my amazing visit to !! Even though it has become a little bit of a tourist destination, you can’t deny the feeling of wonder being in a place with such strong history 🤩
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Resonance Science Foundation Nov 16
We are grateful for our local wisdom keeper guides and the Resonance Academy family...
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Mexico Venue Finders Nov 10
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Thomas Yaeger Nov 15
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Tyler Robinson Nov 13
Finishing up last leg of long working on the top of pryamid of the sun. Can't think of a better place to celebrate another successful physical for fantastic clients. Even brought with me to share the ❤️
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Gina Mollicone-Long Nov 12
Some people talk about having a goal. I talk about GETTING a goal. You'll never get your goal unless you start moving toward it. So, take the first step toward a new goal today. The second step will be easier!
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Robert Edward Grant Nov 13
What a life changing experience in Mexico with the Resonance Science Foundation. More photos to come!
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Robert Edward Grant Nov 13
Exploring the incredible ancient megalithic site of Teotihuacan in Mexico during the Resonance Academy Delegate Gathering...
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Allyson, PA-C Nov 10
Enjoying a beautiful day at Teotihuacan pyramids . Adventure is the spice of life.
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Sam Holley-Kline Nov 9
Yes! Is it so hard to believe that indigenous peoples of the New World built places like , , and everywhere else? Even well-meaning questions about aliens test the limits of for me
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HAVOK Nov 9
5 years ago at . Broken wrist = a HUGE ‘Thank you!’ to ham_angelo and mo_stern666 for temporarily becoming the riff hands of
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Resonance Science Foundation Nov 10
We are so grateful to be on this expedition together, exploring ancient sites around Mexico with like-minds from around the world...
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Dumbarton Oaks 16h
Painted black fangs, quetzal feathers, and jade on this vessel testify to the power of . Thanks to for recommending our jar as one of the 5 museum pieces to see around ! Learn more: .
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Natalie Nourigat Nov 10
I didn’t sketch very much in Mexico City....! 💔 But here are the few sketches I did at Teotihuacán.
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Resonance Science Foundation Nov 11
The Resonance Academy Delegate Gathering climbed to the top of the Pyramid of the Moon and circled-up to charge the site (and ourselves)...
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