Etruscan Pyramids Discovered

These pyramids have been identified as pre-Roman Etruscan pyramids dating to at least 1000 BC based on a variety of Etruscan pottery and other artifacts unearthed within the structures.


As it happens, the Etruscans were a Vedic people, known to have worshipped Shiva and Turan (Vena/Shukra), along with many other Vedic inspired gods. They also wore tika dots on their foreheads representative of the third eye.

With this discovery, we can now establish a Vedic pyramid temple tradition prior to the rise of the Roman Empire. It suggests that the mysterious Pyramid of Romulus in Rome was built by the Etruscans, making this part of Italy an ancient Vedic worship center long before it became the home for Roman Catholicism.