29 Apr 2012



Quetzalcoatl, Sacred Ancient Deity of the Aztec peoples

The creator god of humanity represented duality by nature. Half air and half earth, the feathered serpent was one of the most important pre-Hispanic deities, the main protagonist of many of the major Mesoamerican myths and his cult was very ancient. Quetzalcoatl had different avocations: Venus as the morning star, called Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli; Xolotl, the "Precious Twin," Venus as the afternoon star; and Ehecatl, god of Wind. The cult of Quetzalcoatl reached the Maya zone, where he is known as Kukulkan. Among his most important attributes are the cut shell ornament, whether used as a pectoral, earplugs or adornment in some other part of his accouterments. As the wind god, he wears a beak-shaped mask, with which he produces the wind.


Nostradamus began to write his prophetic verses in the city of Salon, in 1554. They are divided into ten sections called Centuries (which refers to the number of verses in each section, not to a unit of 100 years). The Centuries were published in 1555 and 1558, and have been in print continuously ever since.

Nostradamus had the visions which he later recorded in verse while staring into water or flame late at night, sometimes aided by herbal stimulants, while sitting on a brass tripod. The resulting quatrains (four line verses) are oblique and elliptical, and use puns, anagrams and allegorical imagery. Most of the quatrains are open to multiple interpretations, and some make no sense whatsoever. Some of them are chilling, literal descriptions of events, giving specific or near-specific names, geographic locations, astrological configurations, and sometimes actual dates. It is this quality of both vagueness and specificity which allows each new generation to reinterpret Nostradamus.

Nostradamus is said to have predicted his own death. When his assistant wished him goodnight on July 1, 1566, Nostradamus reputedly pronounced, "You will not find me alive at sunrise." He was found dead on July 2, 1566.

Nostradamus Quatrains on May Earthquake

[X 67] A mighty earthquake in the month of May.

Saturn, Capricorn, Jupiter, Mercury in Taurus:

Venus also. Cancer, Mars in Nonnay (cero)

Hail will fall larger than an egg.

[IX 83] Sun twentieth of Taurus the earth will tremble very mightily.

It will ruin the great heater filled:

To darken and trouble air, sky and land

Then the infidel will call upon God and saints.

Information about a strange coincidence of

Nostradamus Quatrains and May 20, 2012.

An additional conjunction (alignment) of the 
Pleiades Star System on precisely the same date


Evidently this is referred to as the “Serpent’s Eclipse”. Keep in mind this is not only an alignment of the earth, moon, and Sun – but the Pleiades Star System also aligns simultaneously from behind the Sun (from the far reaches of the heavens) at precisely the same time.
The descent of light and shadow on the Pyramid of Kukulcán is an annual reminder of the sun-Pleiades-zenith conjunction that occurs during a seasonal window of 72 years, (1976 - 2048) over Chichén Itzá. In the middle of this seasonal window is 2012, when the Great Cycle ends.

The passage of the zenith will combine with two solar eclipses, the first on May 20, 2012.

This day on the Tzolkin is 10 Chicchan, which means "serpent". The second is on November 13. The winter solstice end-point will be 4 Ahau in the Tzolkin calendar, meaning Lord/Sun, and 3 Kankin in the Haab calendar, which means 'snake-day'.

THE DAY WILL BE LIKE NIGHT.........the number 20 is the MOST SACRED number of the Mayan...they say its because they had 10 fingers and 10 toes....but that makes zero sense(all conjecture.) seeing how the divine child himself had 6 fingers and 6 toes..Chilam Balam { The Jaguar Priest }...yes BAAL

Mayan Crop Circles Analyzed by Jaime Maussan may 20,2012

The Return of the Jaguar Serpent


Clip from the 16th Annual International UFO Congress. 

Jaime Maussan giving an interpretation of a crop circle with a sign 

that there 
will be some kind of event on or around May 20th 2012

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