The internalist perspective suggests that Maya had a strong relationship with the Teotihuacan. Consequently, the eternalist aspect indicates that the Teotihuacan forced themselves to Mayas by helping to conquer several sites. Additionally, they had a joint business ideology of art that lead to them merging into a common thing. It is also imperative to note that they share similar political, cultural, and economic characteristics, making them settle their indifferences amicably. However, they had some hindrances that impeded them from unifying Mesoamerica, for example, diverse beliefs and regions.