Mesoamerica's advanced ancient civilizations
The ancient advanced civilizations of Mexico and the Central American region began over 3,000 years ago and included Olmecs, Mayans, and Aztecs. The first civilizations likely arose about 4,500 years ago but these became more complex about one thousand years later. This timeline fits the Babel dispersion account as humans travelled around the world in search of places to build their advanced civilization. The Central American region includes very diverse landscapes including humid tropical, desert, mountains, and coastal plains. Mesoamerican civilizations developed independently from the other cradles of civilization around the world and managed to produce advanced techniques including agriculture and the construction of complex pyramids and plazas. The mesoamerican civilizations were the most advanced in the Americas until the arrival of Europeans. The Olmecs are known as the first major mesoamerican civilization and for their large heads carved of stone and are thought to have influenced the later Mayan and Aztec civilizations. The Mayans developed a unique writing system and complex calendar. As we see in Mesoamerica, advanced cultures developed agriculture independently in different parts of the world that lead to the construction of advanced cities with pyramids and plazas. This pattern is seen in the six cradles of civilization that all developed around 4,500 years ago, which corresponds to the Babel dispersion timeline. If these six cradles of civilization: Mesopotamia, Egypt, Indus Valley, China, Peru, and Mesoamerica developed at approximately the same time in different parts of the world then this is not the result of evolution of man from caveman hunter gather into advanced civilization, this is man who was already advanced enough to know how to develop agriculture and construct urban buildings from the beginning. There are actually more pyramids in Mesoamerica than the rest of the world combined. A large portion of this has yet to be uncovered and identified underneath the vegetation that has grown over thousands of years.