Possible ancient power source discovered under Mexican Pyramid
The sphere’s, recently discovered under the Temple of the Serpent at Teotihuacan, lie in a series of underground tunnels, which may be similar in design (and purpose) to the limestone shafts and tunnels that were creating under the great pyramid at Giza.
Some have speculated that the action of water was directed through these tunnels and into reaction chambers which developed some form of power (or energy.) In his book “The Giza Power plant,” Chris Dunn formed the opinion that the Great Pyramid was a power generator and communications beacon when it was operational,. Perhaps the spheres, discovered at Teotihuacan, acted in a similar manner, and when combined with the water system that was passed through different branches of the pyramid, provided a source of combustion.
The sphere’s range in size from 1.5 to 5 inches, have a core of clay and are covered with a yellow material called Pyrite. We all know Pyrite as “Fools Gold”, because it is sometimes mistaken by prospectors looking for real Gold.
It’s interesting to note that pyrite enjoyed brief popularity in the 16th and 17th centuries as a source of ignition in early firearms, most notably the wheellock, where the cock held a lump of pyrite against a circular file to strike the sparks needed to fire the gun.
It sounds from the description provided, that these spheres may have been used as a catalyst in developing some form of energy deep within the pyramid inner chambers.
I hope that there is some follow-up research on the sphere and their purpose.