Quetzalcoatl

There’s a class of ancient stories about knowledge bringers. These were highly accomplished beings who came from the sky and taught the people the skills they needed to survive and thrive. Not surprisingly, many of these knowledge bringers are known as gods, usually creator gods. One of my favorite knowledge bringers is Quetzalcoatl. Lots of people have loved him through the ages, and love him still.

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The First Men Were Too Powerful

According to Graham Hancock in his book Fingerprints of the Gods, the Mayans’ advanced learning came from “the First Men, the creatures of Quetzalcoatl”, namely “Balam-Quitze (Jaguar with the Sweet Smile), Balam-Acab (Jaguar of the Night), Mahucutah (The Distinguished Name), and Iqui-Balam (Jaguar of the Moon).”

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The Authentic Experience of Ancient Gods

Even a quick scan of ancient religious history will show that authentic experience of something awesome — perhaps not “God” or “gods,” perhaps beings with technology so advanced it seemed like magic — inspired the creation and growth of religions around the world.

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