In case you’re not that accustomed to ancient mythology you should know that Tlaloc is by far one of the most well-known ancient Gods of Mesoamerica. He is essentially the main giver of life and sustenance, the closest interpretation to our modern-day Jesus if you will.
But, he’s not all blessings and miracles, he can also send hail thunder, and lightning with a blink of an eye, he controls water which is why he has so many water-dwelling creatures as servants and he is supposedly the cause of the great flood that washed up the world at the beginning of time.
The most impressive rendition of Tlaloc is the megalithic statue from Caotlinchan which was made out of basalt and carved by some very talented hands since the carvings on it are still well preserved even to this day. What really shocks people though isn’t necessarily the architecture itself, but the weight of it all. Despite being relatively small in size it is allegedly just as heavy as one of the Moai statues from Easter Island and not only that but he is widely referenced everywhere around the globe as the “god amongst gods”.
Upon closer inspection, it becomes quite clear that this wasn’t just a deity that was venerated for its actions, quite the contrary actually. If you look closer at it you can clearly see that it resembles a spaceship that would explain why there is so much iconography of it out there. Is this proof of ancient beings visiting us in the past? You be the judge of that.