Ancient Temple Re-emerges from Water in Mexico like a lost ruin of Atlantis.

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Amazing photos of a Mexican Temple of Santiago have been going viral, showing the 16th century church reappear from the water like a lost ruin of Atlantis. Reports suggest that the church is 183 feet long and 42 feet wide, with a bell tower that rises 48 feet above the ground.

Over the past few days, fishermen have been giving people trips out on their boats to let them explore the ruins themselves while they are exposed.

The church is said to have been built by a group of monks led by Friar Bartolome de la Casas, who arrived in the area with Spanish settlers around the mid-16th century. The church was abandoned between 1773 to 1776 due to massive plagues sweeping the area.

The church more commonly known as the Temple of Quechula, normally rests under nearly 100 feet of water since the completion of a dam in 1966.  But this recent drought has caused water levels to drop by more than 80 feet, leading to eerie sights such as this one you just saw in the video.

 

Kash Khan

Kash Khan

Kash Khan is the founder of Educate Inspire Change (EIC). Since 2012 he has focused on on inspiring and educating others in order to improve their consciousness and connect to their true selves.

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Kash Khan

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Kash Khan is the creator of Educate Inspire Change(EIC). He founded EIC in 2012 to help keep people informed, to encourage people to expand their consciousness and to inspire people to reach for their dreams.
Since 2019 he has been going through the most transformative period of his life working with Sacred Plant Medicines out of Costa Rica and is now focusing much more on creating conscious content with the sole purpose of giving people more self-awareness so that they can heal mind, body & spirit and live a full life of meaning and purpose.

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