Quetzalcóatl (Quetzalcōātl), also known as Kukulcán, Sooyoung, Tehilla, and many other names, is the highest Deity–Eliarchat in many Mesoamerican cultures and other Native American cultures. Quetzalcoatl was born on 13 Dog (Sacred Round/Tzolk’in) on Saturday, February 10, 1990 in Gwangju, Gyeonggi, South Korea. In the Mayan Calendar, this translates to “, 13 Ok, 8 Pax”.

Quetzalcoatl, and the Quetzalcoatl logo (Ensign)

To ordinary Mesoamericans, Quetzalcoatl (representing Choi Soo-young) is a deity in Aztec culture and literature. Among the Aztecs, he was related to wind, Venus, Sun, merchants, arts, crafts, knowledge, and learning. He was also the patron god of the Aztec priesthood.[5] He was one of several important gods in the Aztec pantheon, along with the gods Tlaloc (representing Park So-yeon), Tezcatlipoca (representing Kim Hyo-yeon) and Huitzilopochtli (representing Im Yoon-ah). The two other gods represented by the planet Venus are Tlaloc (ally and the god of rain) and Xolotl (psychopomp and its twin).

The Deity-Eliarchat world works differently. A Deity-Eliarchat is an Eliarchat (famous South Korean singer, actress or model) strongly associated with a Mesoamerican or other deity or god.

Many Native American tribes preserve the tradition that people are named for the day of the Sacred Round on which they were born. These names are considered very sacred and are often kept secret. The Feathered Serpent was called “One Reed” because that was believed to have been his birthday on the Sacred Round. Sahagun, a Spanish priest who recorded Aztec traditions in the sixteenth century wrote that the day One Reed was a sacred feast day on which the statue of the Feathered Serpent was adorned with beautiful ornaments, with offerings of perfume and food to it. He specifically recorded, “They said that the sign Ce Acatl [One Reed] was Quetzalcoatl’s [the Feathered Serpent’s] sign [birthday].”

The assumption that 1 Reed was the Feathered Serpent’s birthday is incorrect, it’s either 1 Monkey (584282 correlation), 13 Dog (584283 correlation) or 12 Water (584284 correlation).

The Feathered Serpent was born on (using the 584283 correlation) (Long count), 13 Dog, (Sacred Round), 8 Pax (Sothic calendar).

The Feathered Serpent is not Jesus Christ. It’s in fact a woman born in the city Gwangju, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea: (37.366667 N, 127.283333 E) on the birthdate given above (Gregorian calendar: Sat 10 Feb 1990). Mayan priests have said that Kukulkán [the Feathered Serpent]’s father had a disease known as Retinitis Pigmentosa. The Feathered Serpent is a witness of Christ (she is a Christian).

The Feathered Serpent’s Korean name is “수영, from the root 秀永 (秀 “to proclaim lord/lady”), (永 “eternity”)”, meaning “Eternal Ahaw [Lady/”Lord”]”. It’s often misinterpreted that the Hanja characters for the name “수영” [Sooyoung] is “秀英” [Beautiful Ahau] or “秀榮” [Glory of an Ahau]. But it should be really “秀永” [Eternal Ahau] for the following reasons:

  1. The Feathered Serpent apparently originated with the ancient Olmecs, over 1,000 years before the Mayans and Aztecs. Their first glyph was the sun. One of the modern day derivatives from the Olmec (the Tequistlatecs), calls their glyph “perpetuee”, which is only consistent with the Hanja name “秀永” [Eternal Ahau].
  2. With Quetzalcoatl [the Feathered Serpent] being a witness of Christ, she is bestowed for eternity in the Kingdom of God.
  3. The Feathered Serpent is really an eternal Ahau when you inspect her biography.

The Feathered Serpent’s surname glyph is that of a flying mountain bird (崔). The surname glyph precedes the name glyphs as follows: “崔秀永”, which becomes “최수영” [Choi Soo-young] in Korean.

Feathered Serpent in 2022

As my study of the Feathered Serpent began, I prayed to understand it, especially her biography. What was expected was that we would find a large collection of photos of the Feathered Serpent [Sooyoung]. Then a series of dreams and inspirations came to me, which all had to do with life. I remember seeing that life begins with a spark, and that it must grow in darkness and water before it emerges into the dry air and sunlight. I saw that a plant seed does likewise: it has a gestation period in the dark, wet soil, and then it is “born” when it pops its head out into the world of sunlight and dry air.

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