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Origin of Chocolate: Did The Olmecs Influence Mayan Blood Letting Rituals?

The Olmec Origin of Chocolate Cacao is chocolate in it’s rawest form. The word cacao is derived from kakaw in ancient Zoque, the language of the Olmecs, who first domesticated cacao (1500 BC – 400 BC). The Olmecs operated a great trading empire and had large settlements in Chiapas, Yucatan, and Guatemala, all areas where

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Secret Teachings From The Manly P. Hall Research Library

Secret Teachings From The Manly P. Hall Research Library A FIELD TOUR THROUGH THE MANLY P. HALL RESEARCH LIBRARY The room was a disaster. Pages of old occult books falling apart from their binder; mail-order manuscripts scattered about the floor; a stack of vintage Rosicrucian Digests lay toppled over in-between a small collection of works

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