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We Remember the Legend and his Genius (1906-1979)

Ruz Lhuillier's Grave


"No ancient prophet has foretold what Mr Ruz Lhuillier achieved: the release of a sacred consciousness into our dimension within the most beautiful Mexican prophecy of our times. He was destined to see the future of our aging bodies."
(Lord Pakal)

In the synchronicity of time, when Ruz Lhuillier died, the last Pakal was moved by the Pakalian Group to the United States to further his education and become an ecotopian.


Alberto Ruz LhuillierAlberto Ruz Huiller, Director of Research at Palenque for Mexico’s Instituto National de Arqueologia y Historia, had been working in the Temple of the Inscriptions for many days. It took Ruz four long years working in hot weather to follow a stairwell that led him 80 vertical feet that terminated in a chamber 30 feet long and 13 feet wide with a high vaulted arch of 23 feet. There he discovered a room with a flagstone in the middle of it with the help of Guadalupe Pech Hernandez, Alberto Sanchez Lopez, Tomas Mendoza, and Arturo Romano. When he took further notice of the room he discovered that the walls of the room went far below the floor itself. He then realized that the flagstone was was left there to seal off a chamber below this room. Finally in the summer of 1952 Ruz discovered a hidden room not seen for thousands of years. The room was a tomb for the great ruler of Palenque. The lid of his sarcophagus was beautifully carved. Later Ruz described the site:


“Out of the dim shadows emerged a vision from a fairy tale, a fantastic, ethereal sight from another world. It seemed a huge magic grotto carved out of ice, the walls sparkling and glistening like snow crystals. Delicate festoons of stalactites hung like tassels of a curtain, and the stalagmites on the floor looked like drippings from a great candle. The impression, in fact, was that of an abandoned chapel. Across the walls marched stucco figures in low relief. Then my eyes sought the floor. This was almost entirely filled with a great carved stone slab, in perfect condition.” The entire temple had been built around this tomb holding the great ruler, but who that ruler might be was the next question.

Pakal's Mayan Store


Pakal's skeletonDavid Kelly and Floyd Lounsbury analyzed the inscriptions from the temple and determined that the ruler was Pakal the great ruler of Palenque for most of his 80 years, and it was reason to believe that he had the temple built for him as his personal burial monument. The tomb was also found to hold a jade burial mask.

Pakal the Great ruled Palenque for most of his 80 years (603-683 A.D.). He ascended to the throne at 12 years and 125 days and it was reasonable to conclude that he had built the Temple of Inscriptions as his own burial monument. But Ruz was disturbed by the fact that the bones in the sarcophagus appeared to belong to a man some forty years younger than Pakal at the time of his death. Preliminary analysis from the bones indicated a middle-aged male, but this analysis was never published for scientists to examine, confirm or reject. A subsequent report in 1971 seemed to confirm the earlier finding based on limited wear on the skeleton's teeth.


1. Did the carbon radioactive test indicate Pakal was 80-year old or 40-year old at the time of death? Why was the report buried in the archives and not presented in the archaeological conference? His stature and strong complexion question the genetic origin of the true Pakal.

2. What was the cryogenic process that speed up the formation of stalactites and stalagmites? The process of these geologic elements is usually very slow, only few milimeters every 1,000 years and a tomb, approximately 1,300 years old, should not have shown an advanced process of these underground natural formations.