The ancients left us a message within their monuments and their scriptures and all that changed from region to region was the names of the Gods or even the shape of the sacred monuments, but nevertheless the message was the same.
I could have gone to anywhere in the ancient world for this article and given you example after example of this esoteric message, but today we are going to Mexico!
According to legend Quetzalcoatl was the main deity of pre-Hispanic civilizations. Quetzalcoatl was the Aztec god of wind, air, and learning.
Quetzalcoatl occupied a central place with the Aztec people of central Mexico, but he dates back to a time long before the Aztecs.
QuetzalcoatI, the Aztec god also known as the Feathered Serpent, appears on structures in the ancient city of Teotihuacán in Mexico.
Quetzalcoatl took his place in the Mayan pantheon under the name Kukulcan.
So who was this mythical God? When we look at the serpent through the ages it widely represents wisdom, whether that be the serpent of Eden (Eden = human body) or many of the other depictions out there.
Quetzalcoatl is no different. Quetzalcoatl literally translates to ‘Precious Coatl’ and Coatl means serpent. Under his other identity Kukulcan it translates as KU (sacred) Kul (Coccyx) and Can (serpent) so in other words the sacred serpent at the base of the spine.
This is now quite obviously referring to Kundalini energy, the dormant serpent at the base of the spine that awaits activation and leads us to spiritual awakening.
The Aztecs were telling us about Consciousness using this mythical God as a symbology to that end!
Kundalini is the serpent of wisdom and awakening and we are being told time and time again by the people of vanished times that this is the route to enlightenment.