Who was the Mother of the Corn for the Incas and what does that seed represent?
Answers from the books of Samael Aun Weor
Well, I stayed in the sepulchre of the "God Pacal," it was extraordinary. Obviously that sepulcher has a big cover of carved stone. Don Pedro Ferriz, distinguish gentleman dedicated to the investigation in the field of the flying saucers, a man serious in these studies, believes that the plate of stone which covers the sepulcher of the "God Pacal" of Mayans, was an astronaut or traveller of the space.
In that, even though I admire Pedro Ferriz, I regret to disagree because I was examining carefully that great gravestone and I could verify by myself and in a direct manner that the "God Pacal" was not an inhabitant of another planet as don Pedro Ferriz believes.
It appears over the stone which weights several tons and that covers the sepulcher, a great cross made of corn stems, and this invite us to reflect about the Mayans, Nahuas, Zapotecs, Toltecs, etc.
The corn is sacred, it allegorizes or symbolizes the human seed. For example, in China, India, Japan, etc., the human seed is allegorized or symbolizes by the rice and in the Christian countries of Europe and Middle East, the seed was allegorized or symbolized by the wheat.
Samael Aun Weor.