Andrew Wyatt, Ph.D.

wyatt, a..pngAndrew Wyatt, Ph.D.
(Archaeologist, Univ. of Illinois, Chicago)



3.5 – Aliens & Mysterious Rituals (8.25.11)
3.14 – Aliens & the Undead (10.26.11)

6.15 – Faces of the Gods (7.11.14)


In Aliens & the Undead, Vampires…

Oaxaca, Mexico. Situated on a low mountain range rising above the central plain, lie the ancient ruins of Monte Albán. Here, around 100 BC, researchers believe the Zapotec Indians worshipped a bloodthirsty Mayan god with the body of a man and the head of a bat. They called him Camazotz.

“Blood was a very important substance to the Mayan. That is what gave humans life, blood and breath was what the essence of life was. That is where this k’uhul, this divine essence resided in blood and in breath. When you would die, you entered into the underworld, it was called Xibalba Then if you defeated the lords of the death, you would then ascend into the heavens and become one of the revered ancestors.”

– Andrew Wyatt, Ph.D. (Archaeologist, Univ. of Illinois, Chicago) [1]


[1] Prometheus Entertainment. (2011). Ancient Aliens: 3.14 – Aliens & the Undead. [DVD Footage: Vampires]. Los Angeles, CA: A&E Networks, LLC / History™.


Who were they?… Why did they come?… What did they leave behind?… Where did they go?… Will they return?…

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