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God of twins and monsters. Legend has Quetzalcoatl and his twin brother Xolotl, descending to hell and retrieving human bones. By dripping his blood onto the bones, human resurrection began.
Men therefore, are the children of Quetzalcoatl. He is always presented as benevolent. He wears about his neck a "Wind Jewell" made from a conch and his head was adorned with a jaguar bonnet or sometimes a small cap. A sharp bone protrudes from the headgear which flows the blood that nourishes his nahualli, the Quetzal bird.
Originally posted by Byrd
The murals have nothing to do with 2012 or any prophecies.
- more like paraphrase-
...The wall, measuring 30 ft. X 3 ft , is part of a mural showing the
birth, death, and resurrection of the maize god's son
pictured four times with different animals
offering a blood sacrifice from his (private parts)
First he is standing in water with a fish, then on land with a deer,
next in the air with a turkey and then finally in a flowery paradise.
-> area & mural 1st discovered in 2001 by accident
-> mural (sistine chapel comparison) is thought ~100BC
-> similar mayan king ceremony sequence rites continued till 600-700AD
-> same kingly crown continued as imaged, for the next 800 years
"We keep finding new surprises at the San Bartolo site"
said Salvador Lopez, Director, Mayan Monuments, Guatemala's
Minisrty of Culture.