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Updated on August 24, 2012

is the year
that Quetzalcoatl
shall appear

But is he really
truly a god?
A feathered serpent
strikes me as odd

So shall we try
to understand
wherefrom this legend
where be the end?

The serpent in
some mythology
means human DNA
our reality

Then the feathers
they symbolize
ascension of our consciousness
humanity at a rise

Those two combined
spell the phrase
ascension of
the human race

is the year
that Quetzalcoatl
shall appear



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      LadyFae 6 years ago from Under the Stars

      Hi RJ and thank you so much for your compliment, the vote up and for being my fan!!! Welcome!!!

      I enjoy translating the essence of the sometimes so very complex stories around legends and such. And hopefully by doing so make the whole matter easier to understand for more people.

      Love and hugs

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      LadyFae 6 years ago from Under the Stars

      Hi DeviousOne. Thank you for your comment, I so love getting them!!! And I'll be more than happy to eleborate on Quetzalcoatl. At least a little bit, there is SO MUCH.

      The legend of Quetzalcoatl is the origin of how the feathered serpent god, originally from the Toltec region of central Mexico came to be known to the Maya.

      It speaks of a man who was revered as a great mystical leader much the same like Britain's King Arthur. There is some evidence to suggest that Quetzalcoatl was actually a living man that ruled the Toltecs.

      He first appeared to the people of Teotehuican near current day Mexico City, and taught the Toltecs all of their arts and science and became their ruler and led their city to great prosperity and importance. He eventually fell in disgrace for violating his own laws and set himself on fire. He rose in flames to become the planet Venus and vowed to return one day to his people.

      Most myths agree that Quetzalcoatl not only said he would return from the East but that before he would bearded white men would come who would conquer the Indians and enforce on them a different religion. However, he said that when he returned all the ancient glory of the Indians would be re-established.

      This is Quetzacoatl in a nutshell. As I was writing this down it inspired me to write a more detailed poem about Quetzalcoatl. More detailed about the legend that is.

      The above written poem is about the essence.

      I hope that this information was helpful and a more detailed poem is on its way because there are some striking 'coincidences' and links to other prophecies. Confirmation of the fact that all is one? All gods are one?

      Thank you for the inspiration.

      Love and hugs

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      Reynold Jay 6 years ago from Saginaw, Michigan

      I have this mentioned in my Seeds from Heaven novel. I enjoyed this very much. You have this laid out beautifully and it is easy to understand. Keep up the great HUBS. Up one and Useful. Hey! I'm now your fan! RJ

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      DeviousOne 6 years ago from Sydney, Australia

      Hi there. I like the topic since I've heard of it before once. I never knew too much about it though. Would you be able to explain more a little about what Quetzalcoatl is?


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