The Cenotes of Central and South America, Cenotes Used For Ancient Mayan Sacrifice, the Number of Ancient Mayan Sacrifices Annually, the National Sport of Mexico, the Small Size of Belize, and the Former Name of Belize During Colonization by Britain

There are enormous freshwater caverns all throughout the underground of Central America and South America, referred to as “cenote’s”. The ancient Mayan’s used to throw people into them sacrificially, and thought to be a great honor by those who participated. It is estimated that the ancient Mayan’s sacrificed up to 250,000 people per year to appease the God’s. The rodeo is the national sport of Mexico and is officially referred to as “charrería”. Belize is a tiny nation consisting of only 300,00...

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