Sunday, December 25, 2011

Feathered Star Serpent Reborn

The timing of Comet Lovejoy is in itself pretty spectacular. The comet's approach was detected on December 2, 2011 by astronomer Terry Lovejoy in Australia. It was identified as a Kreutz sungrazer, fragments of a giant comet that broke apart in the 12th Century. NASA suggest this was the Great Comet of 1106. Well, on December 16, 2011 Comet Lovejoy flew through "the hot atmosphere of the Sun" and emerged intact. This fact alone raises many questions about the nature of comets and what is really going on close to the surface of the Sun.

Are Kreutz Sungrazer comets remnant parts of a larger original Quetzalcoatl "Feathered Serpent" Comet? According to Mayan Prophecies, the green feathered robe of the snake/serpent rise in the East.

December 2011, during the Winter Solstice period - the three days where the Sun stands still (December 22, 23, 24), Comet Lovejoy rises in the East just before Sunrise [as seen from the Southern hemisphere] .. the comet's tail is green.
NASA astronaut Daniel Burbank, commander of the ISS watched the comet from the orbiting Space Station: “Two nights ago I probably saw the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen in space and that’s saying an awful lot because every day is filled with amazing things. Just before the sun came up, the Earth’s limb was lit up as a thin sliver of blue and purple and then there was this long, green arc that extended probably 10 degrees or so from the horizon,” said Burbank.

Burbank described the tail of Comet Lovejoy as a green glowing arc at least 10 degrees long.

The Mayans were not only observing cosmic cycles; but they understood the cycles .. where you have COSMOS as a perfect mathematical witness (timing of events). One could say that during the time when the green feathered star meets the Sun and like a Phoenix is reborn from the fires, in the time when the Sun's return marks the new cycle .. great change will happen on the Earth.

Comet Machholz & The Return of Kukulkan
Quetzalcoatl is composed of two words: quetzal + coatl. Quetzal refers to feathers and coatl refers to a snake thus the traditional translation of Quetzalcoatl is “feathered serpent.”

Yet quetzal does not simply refer to any old feathers of any old bird. Quetzal refers specifically to the bright green tail feathers of the Resplendent Quetzal bird from southern Mexico. Of all the birds the Maya and Aztecs could have used to represent Quetzalcoatl, they chose the Resplendent Quetzal. Why?

The Resplendent Quetzal, known simply as the Quetzal to Mexican peoples, is known for its brilliant green feathers. More specifically, the Quetzal was known for its long green tail feathers. The tail feathers of the Quetzal are longer than the entire body length of the bird. A bird that flies across the sky with a really long tail is a logical choice if the Maya intended to represent a comet.

They would use the timing of the planets, stars, comets and galaxy to signify quantum timing of events; because the ancient ones knew that cycles affect humans as well as affecting seasons, growth, harvest, earthquakes, changes in sea level. These are natural changes in cycles that have been going on for hundreds of thousands of years.

If you understood those long-count cycles then you would give reference points that people can see with their own eyes. Natural changes in cycles could also be observed as changes in weather parameters, changes in the seasons, temperature changes as well as cosmic - seen in the heavens - changes.

There are probably smaller disruptive climate/weather cycles on this planet - like ripples crossing on the surface of a pond. During natural occurring climate disruption cycles, seasons for growing cannot be counted upon, there is severe flooding or drought, severe storms, probably more powerful earthquakes.

Comets were likely associated with upheaval and disaster, because the ancient stargazers used them as a cosmological clock to understand where we are now within the greater and smaller cycles.

Sun Charged Comets
Humans rarely look at relationship of events. For example, the comet is not plunging through and "surviving" the encounter with the Sun's atmosphere .. in my view the Sun is charging or recharging the comet. The observed vortex like serpentine tail is part of a not well understood interaction between the Sun and the comet (feathered serpent of the skies). See: The Electric Comet