This large Jaguar whistle produces a Loud Roaring Sound, and comes from the pyramid site of Teotihuacan. Each one is decorated and handcrafted at the pyramid site of Teotihuacan, about 30 minutes from Mexico City. When I first heard the familiar sound, I knew I had to have one of these whistles. This is a colorful piece for your altar, and once you work with it, it will come to life and become a powerful tool for healing.
Begun in the first century BCE, Teotihuacan reached its zenith around 500 CE, an eight-square-mile expanse of towering, multi-stepped pyramids surrounded by hundreds of palaces, residences, ceremonial plazas, and bureaucratic buildings. Home to as many as 200,000 people, it was one of the largest cities of the ancient world. For reasons not entirely understood, it was abandoned in the seventh century.
When the Aztecs arrived two centuries later, they were so astonished by the city’s scale and grandeur that they concluded it must have been built by the gods. They dubbed the tallest structure the Pyramid of the Sun and named the second largest one, the Pyramid of the Moon, believing that two major celestial bodies had been created there.