Kukulkan - Quetzalcoatl.
The feathered serpent god is one of the great mysteries of ancient Mesoamerican cultures. He was called Kukulkan by the Mayas and Quetzalcoatl by the Aztecs, but this deity also appeared in other Prehispanic cultures. He (and in some cases his 'men') was described as being a bearded Caucasian man in some writings, and as a man with white skin, hair on the face and stunning emerald eyes in others. Kukulkan was both a real person and a myth. The Mayas believed that he came from heaven to earth, for this reason he was represented as a feathered or plumed serpent in the majestic ruins of Mexic…
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