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1/26/13 7:41 PM
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Legends say that Quetzalcoatl was tall and light-skinned, with blonde hair, blue eyes, and a beard. His name translates to “plumed serpent”. Fray Juan Torquemada, the Franciscan missioner, who collected traditions about Quetzalcoatl from the natives of Old Mexico, says: "Quetzalcoatl had blonde hair, and wore a black robe sewn with little crosses of red color." He reportedly looked nothing like the Mesomaerican people who worshipped him.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1/26/13 7:47 PM
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Contrary to the official story by the 'powers that be', that America got her name from explorer Amerigo Vespucci, the truth is that the name America comes from a more ancient American source.


Amaruca, the Land of the Great Plumed Serpent.


William Cooper, in this 3 part segment of the Mystery Babylon Series, takes you on a journey back to the beginning of all that is, and brings you forward from that point to the present, so that, finally, you will have an understanding of America's Assignment with Destiny.


The random versus conspiracy view of history.


The history and legends of ancient America and how they influence present day America. The Aztecs, Quetzalcoatl, and the religion of the Plumed Serpent
 

Listen here: http://remnantradio.org/Archives/articles/William%20Cooper/Mystery%20Babylon/audio/mystery%20babylon%2024.mp3

 

1/27/13 9:30 PM
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1/27/13 10:33 PM
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I wonder if he was probably from Atlantis.

2/12/13 10:54 AM
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2/12/13 6:40 PM
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I wonder if he was probably from Atlantis.


I wonder the same thing. Graham Hancock makes a pretty good case to show that he was.

 

2/12/13 7:07 PM
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I wonder if he was probably from Atlantis.


I wonder the same thing. Graham Hancock makes a pretty good case to show that he was.

 


I have read the same thing in many books and I am trying to remember which ones so I can re-read it.

2/13/13 4:57 AM
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I wonder if he was probably from Atlantis.


I wonder the same thing. Graham Hancock makes a pretty good case to show that he was.

 


Thats what I thought a well.

I thought if I had to change my name it would be hard to choose between Quetzalcoatl or Rustico. haha
2/13/13 11:48 AM
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One of the wilder ones I've heard was Quetzalcoatl was Jesus in S.America during the lost years/ same approximate era I believe
2/14/13 10:51 PM
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The Wizzle - One of the wilder ones I've heard was Quetzalcoatl was Jesus in S.America during the lost years/ same approximate era I believe

 

I've heard that one as well. The story of a bearded white man, who came from the sea and wore a robe that had crosses on it, and taught the South Americans sciences and moral values, is throughout the indigenous cultures of South and Central America.

 

 

It;s common knowledge that the when the Mayan's saw the Spanish coming ashore, they thought the prophecy of their ancestors had come true, they thought it was Quetzalcoatl returning.

 

Until they started getting slaughtered.

2/14/13 11:31 PM
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I wonder if he was probably from Atlantis.


I wonder the same thing. Graham Hancock makes a pretty good case to show that he was.

 


I have read the same thing in many books and I am trying to remember which ones so I can re-read it.


Are you thinking of The Sacred Teachings Of All Ages?

2/15/13 4:05 PM
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I wonder if he was probably from Atlantis.


I wonder the same thing. Graham Hancock makes a pretty good case to show that he was.

 


I have read the same thing in many books and I am trying to remember which ones so I can re-read it.


Are you thinking of The Sacred Teachings Of All Ages?


Secret Teachings of all ages def has mention of Amura being the real root of 'America'.
2/15/13 6:05 PM
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From Secret Teachings of All Ages

 

 

He was the God Quetzalcoatl in Mexico, Gucumatz in Quiché; and in Peru he was called Amaru. From the latter name comes our word America. Amaruca is, literally translated, 'Land of the Plumèd Serpent.' The priests of this God of Peace, from their chief centre in the Cordilleras, once ruled both Americas.

All the Red men who have remained true to the ancient religion are still under their sway. One of their strong centres was in Guatemala, and of their Order was the author of the book called Popol Vuh.

In the Quiché tongue Gucumatz is the exact equivalent of Quetzalcoatl in the Nahuatl language; quetzal, the bird of Paradise; coatl, serpent--'the Serpent veiled in plumes of the paradise-bird'!"
2/17/13 9:59 PM
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Popol Vuh. I believe I read that years ago. He sneaks up on certain sacred cacti so as not to scare them before picking
3/1/13 5:42 PM
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Just call it "Q." That's all you'll have time to say before it rips you apart.
3/26/13 2:19 PM
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to play along with this conspiracy they slaughtered the people that were around the man they worship? dats fucked up.

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