The Pyramid of Kukulkan
Some necessary knowledge:
“The Maya name “Chichen Itza” means “At the mouth of the well of the Itza.”
This derives from chi‘, meaning “mouth” or “edge,” and chʼen or chʼeʼen, meaning “well.”
Itzá is is the name of an ethnic-lineage group that gained political and economic
dominance of the northern (Yucatan) peninsula.”
“One other possible translation for Itza is “enchanter (or enchantment) of the water,”
from its, “sorcerer,” and ha, “water.”
Since Kukulkan / Quetzalcoatl, appears to have been a highly enlightened person,
“enchanter” and “sorcerer” makes sense.
In 2015 the Pyramid was discovered to have been built over a A cenote [seˈnote])
a natural pit, or sinkhole, resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock
that exposes groundwater underneath. A natural well.”
I heard someone suggest that this may have been accidental. Really!?
It’s called “At the mouth of the WELL of Itza” for a good reason.
These people did nothing by accident.
In other words, we are still discovering things about the Mayans
that we didn’t know before.
Our guide, Carmen, showed us some recent photos of sun/celestial alignments
at Chichen Itza that were only recently discovered by Security Officers
who work at the site year round.
These discoveries are not yet common knowledge.
Kukulkan / Quetzalcoatl
“Kukulkan (/kuːkuːlˈkän/) (“Plumed Serpent“, “Feathered Serpent“) is the name of a Mesoamerican serpent deity. Kukulkan was worshipped by the Yucatec Maya peoples of the Yucatán Peninsula, in what is now Mexico. The depiction of the Feathered Serpent is present in other cultures of Mesoamerica. Kukulkan is closely related to the deity Qʼuqʼumatz of the Kʼicheʼ people and to Quetzalcoatl of Aztec mythology. Little is known of the mythology of this Pre-Columbian era deity.”
They got that right.
And since some of this knowledge may enter into the Esoteric arena
it’s unlikely that science will ever get the whole picture.
Per usual, getting Truth is always a personal endeavour. Don’t wait for Harvard.
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