Something to learn;
The Plumed Serpent or Feathered Serpent was among the Aztecs, the Toltecs and the Mayas a god or the God. It also went by the name Quetzalcoatl and Kukulkan. It was a god who was believed to bring good tidings and civilization. Whole cities and temples were built as centers of worship for him.
The Descent of the Plumed Serpent;
The descent of the Plumed Serpent is one of the most remarkable light shows created in the ancient Amaruka. The seven triangles of light alternating with six triangles of darkness can only be seen projected onto the stair case of the Pyramid of the Feathered Serpent at Chichen-Itza for about 20 minutes at the Autumn and Spring equinoxes and maybe two adjacent days as well.
People in the new world or YT world tend to dismiss the serpent as evil in religious books and myth in history books. Modern people tend to look upon a snake as low-level reptile which does not seem worthy of any form of worship.
The Popol Vuh or the Bible of the Mayas, the Feathered Serpent was seen as the central Creator God, the one that the other gods went to when the creation of this universe was to begin.
In the view of the ancient people of the Amarukas, when the Plumed Serpent disappeared their civilizations would suffer, but as he returned they would go through a rebirth and flourish. For this reason, it was a beloved god whose return they would long for. This particular aspect of the mythology of the Plumed Serpent came to play a central role in Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire in 1519-1521.
It is said that the Aztec Emperor Montezuma had word of Hernan Cortez’ landing at Santa Cruz, he believed him to be the returning Quetzalcoatl, whom he feared as he knew that this god and its human embodiments would not approve of their large scale human sacrifices.
According to legend, an embodiment of the Plumed Serpent (a priest in the city of Tula by the name of Topiltzin Quetzalcoatl) had been expelled from his city about 500 years earlier.
Truth is, the vatican along with its peers changed history by way of bible, changing the central figure of Creation into an evil impostor. Before the arrival of the invaders, this god was the Central God. Our ancestors knew no Christian god, no hebrew god, no arabic god, no other god was the central figure of worship.
This god symbolizes the vital energy within us. The Maya were very aware of this energy. But the bible paints this God as evil, the adversary, but if you look deeper in the bible, the so called adversary doesn’t have one kill under his name…
Quetzalcoatl equals the Serpent, the kundalini energy coiled at the base of our spine.
The Maya equivalent of Chi is referred to as coyopa or lightning in the blood, which enables one to perceive within the body messages from the external worlds both natural and supernatural.
The values of the age of Pisces (Believing) are transitioning and being replaced by the values of the new age of Aquarius (Knowing).
Before the arrival of the invaders, the feathered serpent was a sign of good.
Quetzalcoatl, regarded as the son of the primordial god Ometecuhtli, was venerated as the creator of mankind and earth.
In one version of the Aztec creation, the world was created and destroyed for four times (each age associated with the sun), with some of the tumultuous episodes being borne by the fighting between Quetzalcoatl and his brother Tezcatlipoca (resembling Enki the good one and Enlil the evil one), both sons of god Anu. During the fifth sun, Quetzalcoatl was successfully able to retrieve the human bones from the underworld Mictlan (guarded by the realm’s ruler Mictlantecuhtli) that were infused with his own blood and corn to once again regenerate mankind.
The vatican and the jewish scribes were successful able to change history, painting the gods of the bible. Quetzalcoatl became the evil god and his brother became the good god. Changing stories and facts, creating legends, and myths.
Quetzalcoatl is often venerated as the god of light, rain, justice, mercy, wind, knowledge and wisdom. His brother Tezcatlipoca in contrast was considered in Amaruka as the God of the night, deceit, sorcery and the earth.
The Toltecs made Quetzalcoatl the patron god of priests, thus alluding to the symbol of death and resurrection.
Knowing who you are praying to is part of your spiritual deliverance. Not knowing gets you stuck under the spell of religion and lies created by the YTs.