QUETZALCOATL: Deity of the ancient Mexicans, worshipped by the Toltecs which literally means: "feathered serpent"

Aztec Christic Magic

Quetzalcoatl, Toltec God of the Wind, third child of the divine couple Ometecuhtli and Omecihuatl, Lord and Lady of Duality. Quetzalcoatl is represented with a silvery garment such as the rays of Selene (the moon). He wears a crescent moon on his chest and covers his face with a sacred mask. In his left hand he holds the Chimalli, upon which the symbol of the dawning star is depicted. In his right hand he holds the Macuauhuitl, for battle.

In another representation, this deity appears as the dawning star amongst the clouds. He carries a single sash on his waist, and on his back there is a linen cloth with two crosses (each of the crossed arms equal in length). On one of his hieroglyphs, his head and ears appear as discs; on his nose, above his lip there hangs a disc; on his cheeks there are three discs where two Maltese crosses are depicted on the middle of each of them.

In the year Ce Acatl (895) in the home of Iztacmixcoatl and Chimalma Quetzalcoatl, the Nahua Cosmic Christ was incarnated. He had a mystical and austere disposition. When very young he practiced fasting and penance. When he was thirty years old he was named grand priest and monarch of Tollan (Tula, state of Hidalgo). Another Toltec anna states:

Exiled from his country, he returned to it after many years. From distant countries, he brought with him a very advanced civilization and a monotheistic religion of love for all human beings. Another of those chronicles states: Quetzalcoatl arrived to Tollan through Panuco; he was carried over the sea in a wooden vessel. He was fair skinned and bearded, he wore a tunic embroidered with little red crosses.

As an instructor, the Nahuas represented Quetzalcoatl with a miter (made out of gold) that was covered with a precio us feathered (quetzalli) tiger skin along with an attractively adorned surplice and turquoise earrings. He had a necklace made out of gold from which hung little tiny and precious marine shells. He wore a precious feathered (quetzalli) cape that resembled flames of fire, and a Cactli made out of tiger skin from which also hung little marine shells; these little marine shells were held tight with very wide laces. These laces were then crisscrossed up the calf. In his left hand he held shields, showing fivepointed stars in their centers and in his right hand he held a scepter made out of gold which was engraved with precious stones.

Quetzalcoatl taught them how to farm the earth, how to classify the animals, how to carve precious stones, how to melt metals. He taught them about the goldsmith trade and about ceramics. Quetzalcoatl taught them about astronomy and how to use the calendar. He prohibited war. He taught them that they should sacrifice bread, flowers and copalli instead of humans and animals. He prohibited homicide, thievery, polygamy and any evil deed among human beings.

In Tollan, Quetzalcoatl founded a Temple of Mysteries with four great altars. The first altar was made out of cedar wood with green ornaments. The second altar was made out of cedar wood with coral ornaments. The third altar was made out of cedar wood with marine shell ornaments. The fourth altar was made out of cedar wood with ornaments of precious feathers (quetzalli). Before these altars, Querzalcoatl and his disciples prayed, fasted and practiced penances.

Quetzalcoatl talked to them about Ipalnemoani (he from whom we live), about the creation of the world, about the downfall of the human being, about the deluge, about Christ and his Gospel, about the baptism, about the circumcision and about the cross (symbol of the immortality of life and of the regeneration of the human genre).

Quetzalcoatl recommended that crosses be set upon the altars of the temples and in their homes. He named the countries, the mountains and the valleys.

Quetzalcoatl was a divine instructor. He was denied and persecuted by the same people whom he had taught how to love and live. They persecuted him and in his escape from Tollan, he sought refuge for some time in Teotihuacan (a place of worship) where he left behind an open temple. On this temple’s altar, the Masters performed self-sacrifice and the solemn ceremony of the new fire.

The altar of this temple is adorned with serpents’ heads that are emerging from the calyx of a  lower. This symbolizes Quetzalcoatl’s fall into the atomic human abysses. The white shells and the red snail shells that decorate these serpents’ heads are the emblem of the primary origin of this deity.

Quetzalcoatl passed from Teotihuacan to Cholula where he lived for twenty years; however, because of a war, he had to flee from that place. He departed with four of his disciples to Coatzacoalcos. The annals state that he built a boat and entered the sea and disappeared. But before he left, he warned them that white bearded men like himself would arrive from the sea, to the east, and would take over Anahuac.
We know that this prophecy has been fulfilled; white bearded men did come from the sea through the East; however, they did not come in order to evangelize with words, but rather, by the sword. “Pray without rest so that ye can find the Lord with happiness instead of pain.”

In the Museum of Anthropology and History in the city of Mexico, there exists (as a testimony to the mystic teachings of Quetzalcoatl) a monolith with the figure of the “precious feathered (quetzalli) serpent (coatl).” Above the symbolized human head (that gives the final stroke to the whole of this serpent’s structure), protrudes a great bifid tongue (a symbol of light), an “I” (emblem of fire, Ignis) the hieroglyph “acatl” (cane), and a reed above his head.

Samael Aun Weor. Excerpt from the book: Aztec Christic Magic

The Logos, Perfect Multiple Unit, is radical; but he unfold Himself in the forty-nine fires to work in this new-born Universe. Unquestionably is precisely the Logos Quetzalcoatl who leads this Universe, it's, we can better say, the Cosmic Consciousness governing, leading what it is, it has been and it will be...
I'm perfectly certain that the materialistic anthropology won't accept this conception of Quetzalcoatl. I'm perfectly certain that the materialistic anthropology rejects the Logos, that it is against the Mexican tradition, that it doesn't want anything to do with the Mexican wisdom. The materialistic anthropology, by rejecting Quetzalcoatl as the real governor of the Universe is in fact against Mexico itself.
So, my dear friends, it is worth to reflex a little. Also it's not convenient for us to form an anthropomorphic conception of our Lord Quetzalcoatl, don't. Quetzalcoatl, I repeat, is a Multiple perfect Unit, it's the Greek's Demiurge, the platonic Logos, the huge Nature's principle making vibrate  each atom, making tremble each Sun, it's the Fire created in the first instant.

Samael Aun Weor. Excerpt from the book: Gnostic Anthropology.