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Subject Woah: German Mathematician Believes To Have Found Secret Mayan Code That Leads To Their Biggest Treasure
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Dresden - Since 272 years Dresden is in possession of one of the most valuable and most enigmatic books of mankind: the Dresden Maya Codex! 74 hieroglyphics written with sheets of a lost Indian culture. Today they are in the vault of the Saxon State Library. Under bulletproof glass!

Now mathematician Joachim Rittstieg (71) discovered, who deciphered the hieroglyphs in the years of diligent work, a potentially sensational news. The researcher is sure:

"The Dresden Maya Codex leads to a huge treasure in Guatemala - eight tons of pure Mayan Gold"

For 40 years, Rittstieg worked with the Mayan Codex. The mathematician: "On page 52 we find reports of the Maya capital of Atlan, that on 30 October was destroyed by an earthquake in 666 BC. In the city were 2156 gold plates on which the Mayan people enscribed its laws."

The gold treasure sank with the city in what is now Lake Izabal (Guatemala to the east). Ritter studied radar images of the lake. "Then you can clearly see the remains of the city. In a ruined castle a secret stone coffin is clearly visible on the data sheets in which you could find yourself 2156 gold plates. I present data that exactly pinpoints the place to ten centimeters."

Now Rittstieg searches sponsors who finance the raising of the treasure. The researcher: "The gold value of the boards is now 211 million euros!"

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