Did you read the article on the NEWS DESK "Maya Teased Ears Through Architecture"?
In a passage of the article we can find "Two recent studies suggest early builders intentionally added unusual, and often psychedelic, sound effects to their structures. Some of the most striking examples are at the 1,100-year-old Maya Great Ball Court at Chichen Itza, Mexico, according to David Lubman, who will present findings at the upcoming Fourth Joint Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and the Acoustical Society of Japan in Hawaii."
Did you know that the Pyramids in Giza can produce sound effects intentionally added either? The similarity of this event it´s undeniable and amazing.
I already went to visit the exacly place that the article it´s talking about it. It´s a great and very beautiful place. Everybody should go there once in their lives.
There is one more similarity.