The Empire was a civilization that was centered in the jungles in what is now modern day guatemala. The Mayans forged their empire among the near inhospitable rainforest in the tropical lowlands which, if you asked some scientists, is a feat that should have been impossible. But after creating mind boggling cities which scientists, after new discoveries have been made are now estimating may have housed over ten million inhabitants they seemingly, vanished. Abandoning their cities and temples to be reclaimed by the jungles forests. The Mayans were leaps and bounds ahead of other civilizations at the time in terms of astronomy, mathematics, and innovations in agriculture and they simply left it all behind. Theories abound on the hows and whys these people left behind their thousand year ld cities that were built with such stunning precision and care. Temples that matched the very constellations of stars, marked major astronomical events and have erie acoustic properties. Fresh of their journey to the mayan city of Chichen Itza, Braden and Zel bring first hand accounts of the awe inspiring sight. Join the theorists as the delve into the origins of the Maya, reasons for the Mayans decline and disappearance, what they left behind and how mainstream Mexican tour guides are reluctant to admit that extraterrestrials may have had a hand in helping the Mayan build their empire.