The following video was taken last Friday, March 22, on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. Numerous tourists, who were then near the famous pyramid of Kukulkan, witnessed the unexpected appearance of a dusty whirlwind, rising straight into the sky and “attacking” at the same time on the ancient temple building.
Some eyewitnesses were frightened and hurried to run off to a safe distance, while others grabbed their smartphones and began to film a frightening anomaly.
The pyramid-shaped temple, which survived among the ruins of the ancient city of Chichen Itza, was build by representatives of the Mayan civilization to glorify the god Kukulkan. The mythology of the Mesoamerican Indians says that this deity has many incarnations, and the most common of them is the feathered serpent with a human head.
Nevertheless, Kukulkan is also described as a kind of animated tornado with anthropomorphic outlines, and such a coincidence with today’s mysterious whirlwind, of course, is very intriguing.
However, despite the fact that many eyewitnesses considered the occurrence of a whirlwind near the pyramid as a kind of sign from above, others call the incident an ordinary coincidence.