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Relationship with Nibiru/Tariq

In the Latin Culture of Central America, "Who Will Return", that is, "Quetzalcóatl" and the Quetzalcóatl relationship with Nibiru

"Quetzalcóatl is the god of life, light and wisdom, the lord of the day and the winds."

He is depicted as a "Feathered Serpent Dragon".

#Quetzalcoatl is represented as a feathered serpent in #Teotihuacan because in the Mesoamerican tradition, the serpent is connected with the reproductive powers of the earth and fertility. This figure symbolizes the resurrection, because the snake changes its skin every year and is renewed.

A little-known true story

In ancient times, white, blue-eyed, blonde people set foot in Central America by ship. They were very wise, warlike, intelligent people. There are even descriptions of the natives that they perform prayers. In other words, they belonged to the Hanif Religion. They taught many things to the natives with wisdom and built some pyramids. In later times, the natives strengthened their culture by making additions on top of the pyramids they built or by making new pyramids in other places. Over time, those who came from afar (aliens or gods, as the locals call them) boarded their ships and returned. They said "we'll be back" before they left. They called those who went for him "Quetzalcóatl", that is, "The One Who will Return". Many things that wise people who have gone through time have told have been forgotten and a wild understanding has come. They offered people as an offering so that those who left would return.

Relationship with Nibiru/Tariq

Latin American Indians (Zapotec, Aztec, Inca, Maya) have spread from Central America along the Ant Mountains to Patagonia. During the previous transition, these societies managed to protect themselves. Below are a few tips on how they managed it. The Sages also associated the Sages with Nibiru because they left after the passage of Nibiru. They thought that the sages got on Nibiru and left. That is why they used the word "Quetzalcóatl" in the sense of "He Who will Return". According to the locals, when Nibiru returns, those sages will also return. Nibiru gives a snake and dragon-like appearance from time to time as he comes and goes. For this reason, the Locals later created the figure of the "Snake God" for Nibiru.

How did they survive?

Both in the pyramids and in the places they used as shelters, they used different techniques with the guidance of the sages.

1. They placed natural stones in settlements and pyramids in such a way that Nibiru's electromagnetic waves could not affect them much here

2. They used mica abundantly to protect themselves from excessive heat. Mica was also used inside the pyramids. Mica is the most heat resistant material in the world.

3. The layout of the buildings was also made in a way that can produce a great resonance, that is, resistance. Because of this, meteorites from Nibiru fell in the region a little.

4. The prayers taught by the sages were also effective in their protection. Prayers create frequencies and resonances.

I gave a few of them as tips. Leave all of them and the detailed techniques to me.

The Bat God of the Central American and South American Indians

Nibiru also gives bird and bat-like landscapes from time to time. The locals have created the figure of the "Bat God" in dedication to this.

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