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Quetzalcoatl, Viracocha, and Kukulkan: The Ancient Anunnaki Gods that will RETURN one day?

Is it viable that Quetzalcoatl, Viracocha, and Kukulkan had been in reality ONE deity? The descriptions of all 3 historical Gods is in particular exciting considering the fact that all 3 deities have been depicted with functions not characteristic for the population of South America: white skin, a huge brow and graying red beard and big blue eyes. Were these three Mesoamerican deities by some means linked to the Ancient Anunnaki?

If we check historical cultures around the world, specially the ones of the American continent we will locate stories and legends which might be eerily comparable. From the Aztecs, Olmecs, Maya, to the Inca and the cultures that predate them, we discover proof of ‘Gods’ who left Earth, promising to return someday.

But who had been those gods? And why are their descriptions so comparable?

Viracocha is the outstanding writer god within the pre-Inca mythology. He turned into one of the most essential deities within the Inca pantheon and visible because the writer of all matters. Strangely, the ancients defined Viracocha with capabilities that were now not characteristic for the population of South America. Viracocha is represented as having a beard and a mustache some thing very unusual due to the fact American Indians did not have long beards and mustaches, even extra strangely, the representation of Viracocha is very much like the historical Gods of historical Sumer in Mesopotamia.

Is that a tell-story sign we want to take note of?

Interestingly, simply as Viracocha became depicted with capabilities in contrast to those of the native humans of the Americas, the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl and numerous other deities from Central and South American pantheons, were defined in legends as being bearded, white-skinned, blue-eyed and relatively tall.

If we evaluate those descriptions with the deities from historic Mesopotamia, we sick be aware numerous captivating similarities that enhance many questions.

The beard as soon as believed to be a mark of a prehistoric European influence, quickly fueled and embellished with the aid of spirits of the colonial generation, and its significance within the continentally insular way of life of Mesoamerica.

The Maya, historic Aztecs, had been darkish skinned people. They had been normally no longer very tall and had brown eyes. Kukulcan’s, Quetzalcoatl’s or even Viracocha had been in their human illustration a complete contrast, having white or silver hair, white pores and skin, blue eyes, and had been a whole lot taller than the natives.

Kukulkan, simply as Quetzalcoatl, had a human shape in addition to that of a feathered serpent.

So who were those ‘Gods’? Where did they come from and greater importantly, why did all of them promise to return at some point?

Who have been Quetzalcoatl, Viracocha, and Kukulkan? If he virtually had been historical Mesoamerican Gods, why did historical civilizations of the Americas describe them having white skin, a extensive forehead and graying crimson beard and big blue eyes? Furthermore, how did the ‘feathered serpent, aka Quetzalcoatl’ attain the distant empire of the Aztecs?

Where did he come from? Is it feasible that Quetzalcoatl, Kukulkan, and Viracocha are in reality ONE God, which by some means was bodily found in all historic American cultures? And why is it that he is constantly related, in local Mexican folklore with the planet Venus?

Is it viable that these Ancient Gods have been in fact spacefaring vacationers who got here to Earth as many historical astronaut theorists endorse? What if these gods are in reality the identical deities described in Ancient Mesopotamia: The historic Anunnaki?

Interestingly, if we take a look at the Codex Telleriano-Remensis we are able to discover descriptions of what appear to be flights of a spacecraft that performs cruises and landings to the astonishment and terror of the natives…:

“…Every evening, and for several nights, a high-quality clarity appears coming from the horizon, growing toward the heavens, having the shape of a pyramid in flames, it significantly inspired the king of Texcoco so much that he determined to quit all wars…”

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