Anyextee

Anyextee is an author, esoteric researcher, world traveler, filmmaker and expedition tour leader. He transformed his passion for exploring the ancient mysteries, metaphysics, and mysticism into an esoteric tour company dedicated to providing travelers with more meaningful experiences. In the vein of his mentor, symbolist author, and rogue Egyptologist, John Anthony West, he offers esoteric tours through Egypt as well as Turkey and Mexico. As the producer and narrator for “The Sacred History of the Rosicrucians”, Anyextee explores the heritage and importance of the mystical order’s traditional timeline. He is also a producer and narrator for the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum’s Educational Guide. He is the founder of AdeptExpeditions.com, AdeptInitiates.com, and AncientEgyptMysterySchools.com. Anyextee has been featured on the Travel Channel, numerous radio shows, podcasts and is a featured speaker at CPAK (Conference on Precession and Ancient Knowledge). Research featured in his debut book, tentatively titled, “Water Wizards: The Lost Music of the Maya, Cymatics and the Kukulkan Degree of Consciousness”, available summer of 2020 at www.Anyextee.com, examines the esoteric wisdom and sacred science of the ancient Maya and their cosmic universities

Labna Arch

Labna

Labna – The Walls of Wisdom of Mother Earth Labna, the last Maya archaeological site along the “Puuc Route,” is a mid-sized ceremonial center and elite residential complex found about 24.5 miles (40 km) southeast of Uxmal in the State of Yucatan. Each of the four restored ruins at Labna has its own distinct identity. …

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Sayil

Sayil: Place of the Muleteer Ants Sayil is located on the Route of Puuc in the Yucatan peninsula, about 9 km (5.6 miles) from Kabah, and roughly 5 km (3.1 miles) to 7.9lm (5 miles) from both Xlapak and Labna, respectively. It’s very easy to travel from the Uxmal ruins by bus or car. Sayil became …

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Ek Balam

Ek Balam

Ek Balam – Ancient Ruins of the Yucatan Ek Balam was an important political and commercial center from the pre to post classic periods (700 – 1100 AD) before it was abruptly abandoned. Although Ek Balam sits only 25 km (16 miles) north of Valladolid and 56 kilometers (35 miles) northeast of Chichen Itza, Ek …

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The Dovecote in Uxmal

The Dovecote in Uxmal

The Dovecote in Uxmal Dovecote view from Great Pyramid Uxmal. Photo by Anyextee | www.AdeptExpeditions.com West of the Great a Pyramid in Uxmal, the Dovecote, also known as House of the Pigeons (Casa de Palomas in Spanish) is the name given to the northern enclosure of an amphitheater courtyard bordered by multi-chamber, long-range palaces which …

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Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza Chichen Itza is one of the most preserved archaeological sites in Mexico, and in all of Mesoamerica. It is also one of the most popular. Located just two hours from both Cancun and Merida, the site is often crowded with tour groups eager to take selfies in front of the iconic El Castillo …

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