A visual comparison of three “Mayan” crop pictures with true archaeological symbols from ancient central America: who could have made them?  

As the 2011 crop circle season ends, I thought it might be worthwhile to attempt a purely visual comparison of three related “Mayan” crop pictures from 2005, 2009 or 2011, in order to assess their cultural context and possible origins? Those three crop pictures would be Wayland’s Smithy of August 9, 2005, Silbury Hill of July 5, 2009, and East Kennett of July 22, 2011.  

No mathematics or advanced logic will be required to understand any of these crop-based images. For those who do like mathematics, Wayland’s Smithy 2005 predicted an outburst by comet 17P Holmes more than two years later (see time2007g or time2007h). Silbury Hill 2009 showed symbols from a Mayan Long Count calendar, referring to a time when Quetzalcoatl ruled as a “king” in central America 2000 years ago (see time2010f). The full meaning of East Kennett 2011 is still not certain.   

Three symbols appear repeatedly: a quetzal-feathered headdress, a wall mural from Palace of the Jaguars, and Pyramid of the Sun 

Three symbols appear repeatedly in these “Mayan” crop pictures: (1) a quetzal-feathered headdress worn by Mayan and/or Aztec kings, (2) a famous wall mural from the Palace of Jaguars in Teotihuacan, and (3) a “Pyramid of the Sun” motif from Teotihuacan, which is similar in shape to Silbury Hill:  

For more information about the quetzal-feathered headdress, see www.pasthorizonspr.com or www.archnews.co.uk. For more about Palace of the Jaguars, see www.richard-seaman.com or www.delange.org/Teo3/Teo3.htm. For more about Mayan pyramids, see www.world-mysteries.com or www.youtube.com or www.youtube.com 

Square-spiral symbols represent the Mayan Long Count calendar 

When we include in our analysis two other “Mayan” crop pictures from Silbury Hill on August 2, 2004, or Waden Hill on July 16, 2005, we can also see (4) square-spiral calendar symbols which represent five different lengths of time in their Long Count calendar, namely baktun-katun-tun-winal-kin numbered as 1-2-3-4-5 at Silbury Hill on July 5, 2009:   

For more information about the Mayan Long Count calendar, see Mesoamerican_Long_Count_calendar  or www.sizes.com 

A facial image of the Feathered Serpent, wearing a quetzal-feathered headdress 

Who made all of these amazing crop pictures? At the very centre of Silbury Hill on July 5, 2009, we can see a schematic image of (5) a “Feathered Serpent” from Teotihuacan, wearing his quetzal-feathered crown of kingship:  

For more information about the Feathered Serpent, see archaeology.asu.edu or  /Quetzalcoatl

“Pyramid of the Sun” and “crescent Venus” motifs 

One of those archaeological symbols has appeared many times in English crop pictures (whether at Milk Hill on June 30, 2009, Sanctuary on May 30, 2011, Honey Street on July 6, 2011 or East Kennett on July 22, 2011), namely (6) a five-step “pyramid motif” representing some ancient Mayan pyramid, say from Teotihuacan or Calakmul:  

A small crescent symbol, found at the centre of all three “Mayan” crop pictures from 2005, 2009 or 2011, probably represents (7) “crescent Venus” rather than the crescent Moon or an eclipse, because the Mayans used Venus for calendrical purposes:  

For more about the Mayans and their Venus-based calendars, see www.exploratorium.edu or www.tulane.edu/~danny/dresden.html or www.bibliotecapleyades.net 

Other repeated numerical symbolisms in crops: five and seven  

The number “five” appears repeatedly in three major crop pictures as discussed here. We can see five concentric rings about the centers of Wayland’s Smithy on August 9, 2005, or East Kennett on July 22, 2011. Likewise we can see five square-spiral calendar symbols around the edge of Silbury of July 5, 2009. All of those “five” symbols relate to the Mayan Long Count calendar with its five divisions of time as baktun (144,000 days), katun (7200 days), tun (360 days), winal (20 days) or kin (1 day).  

Likewise, the number “seven” appeared many times within crop pictures from the summer or 2009, often in a form “seven left, seven right”. We can see for example “seven quetzal feathers” on each side of the “headdress” in a crop picture which appeared at Silbury Hill on July 5, 2009. Quetzalcoatl was portrayed as wearing a “seven-left, seven-right” feathered headdress on wall murals at his Palace of the Jaguars, or Butterfly Palace at Teotihuacan (see www.richard-seaman.com).  

Who was Quetzalcoatl, and where did he come from?  

Many intricate crop pictures over the years, especially those at Wayland’s Smithy in 2005, Silbury Hill in 2009, or East Kennett in 2011, have shown a highly authentic collection of ancient Mayan archaeological symbols. As judging from ancient legends, Quetzalcoatl was a tall blond man with dark eyes, who (along with his colleagues) taught the Mayans everything they knew in a cultural, religious or scientific sense (see for example 17_aztec_beliefs). Is it just a coincidence that three tall, blond, extra-terrestrial men with dark eyes were witnessed on July 5, 2009 at Silbury Hill, inspecting the new “Mayan” crop picture just made there? (see www.telegraph.co.uk or www.colinandrews.net

Could the unexplained rise of an advanced civilization in central America 2000 years ago (while Europe was still ignorant) have been due to extra-terrestrial “help”? We send Peace Corps advisors to developing countries in Africa or Asia. Could Quetzalcoatl and his colleagues have been part of a similar group, intent on civilizing primitive humans on early Earth? A recent article informs us that many important archaeological finds in central America have been kept secret for the past 80 years (since 1930), and how there may be a relation between “Mayans and extra-terrestrials” (see www.reuters.com). What have they been hiding? Why would any wall carving or technological artefact from a Mayan pyramid be kept secret for 80 years?  

After living in ancient central America for hundreds of years around the time of Christ, the leader of that cultural assistance team, who went by the name of “Quetzalcoatl” (meaning “beautiful serpent who flies”), left for unknown places. The Mayan civilization which he had and his friends had built up there later collapsed. Yet Quetzalcoatl always promised to return at the end of his Long Count calendar in December of 2012. That will also be the first year “One Reed” of a new 52-year cycle in their Venus-based calendar, called the Tzolkin.  

Moctezuma, Cortés and the promise of Quetzalcoatl’s return in 1519  

The Aztec emperor Moctezuma in 1519 mistook Cortés and his sailors for Quetzalcoatl for two reasons. First, they had forgotten how to read the Long Count calendar (see www.swirlednews.com ). Secondly, they believed incorrectly that it was a year One Reed according to a local reckoning of his priests (see Quetzalcoatl).  

Quetzalcoatl was expected to return from the east in a year One Reed, across the Atlantic Ocean from Europe to central America, just as he had once arrived in 60 AD on a beach in the Yucatan. The Hopis still expect him to return from the east, and call him “Pahana” meaning “Lost White Brother” (see Pahana).  

When the Aztec emperor Moctezuma heard about tall, blond-haired white men arriving by boat on the coast of the Yucatan, in what he thought was a year One Reed, he greeted them in the following way:  

"You have graciously come onto the Earth in your high place of Mexico. You have come down to your throne, which I have kept for you. You have known weariness. Now come onto the Earth, take your rest, enter into your palace, and rest your limbs. May our lords come onto the Earth!" (see Moctezuma_II)  

By the time he figured out that those tall, white-skinned sailors were common criminals, it was too late: 

On November 8, 1519, Moctezuma met Cortés on the causeway leading into Tenochtitlan. The two leaders exchanged gifts. Moctezuma gave him the gift of an Aztec calendar, one disc of crafted gold, and another of silver. Cortés later melted those gifts down for their material value” (see Moctezuma_II).  

Moctezuma was then taken hostage and his capital city destroyed, by a small band of Spanish invaders intent only on acquiring personal wealth for themselves, while disobeying orders of the Spanish crown. Soon perhaps, the course of historical events on Earth may become very different? English crop circles seem to be a prelude to the next phase of our planetary history. They seem to be focused in time on December 2012 or early in the spring of 2013: just after the Mayan Long Count calendar ends, and when a new year ”One Reed” begins.  

Red Collie (Dr. Horace R. Drew)  

Appendix. Herman Cortés and his ruthless ways: was he really a “killer” as Neil Young and Grace Potter suggest?  

In 1518, Diego Velázquez, governor of Cuba, put Herman Cortés in command of an expedition to secure the interior of Mexico. At the last minute, he changed his mind. Cortés went ahead anyway. By March 1519, Cortés claimed the Aztec Empire as new land for the Spanish crown. By July 1519, his men took over Veracruz. Cortés again dismissed the authority of the governor of Cuba, to place himself under the orders of Spanish king Charles V. By August 1519, Cortès marched on the capital city of Tenochtitlan with 600 men, 15 horsemen, 15 cannons, and some indigenous warriors.  

In letters to Spanish king Charles V, Cortés claimed to have learned that he was considered by the Aztecs to be either an emissary of the feathered serpent Quetzalcoatl, or to be Quetzalcoatl himself. 

In April 1520, Velasquez sent another expedition led by Narvaez to oppose Cortés. He overcame Narváez, and convinced Narvaez's men to join him. Meanwhile back in Mexico, one of Cortés's lieutenants committed a massacre in the main temple, triggering a rebellion. Cortés attempted to support himself politically with the help of Aztec emperor Moctezuma. On July 1, 1520, Moctezuma was stoned to death by his subjects for disloyalty. The Spaniards managed a narrow escape across a causeway. Cortés then began a siege of Tenochtitlán and destroyed the whole city.  

In January 1521, Cortés met a conspiracy by Villafana who was hanged. By August 1521 with the capture of Cuauhtémoc (local ruler of Tenochtitlán), the Aztec Empire finally ended. Cortés renamed it Mexico City” (see Cort)  

Yes, Herman Cortés was really a ruthless killer! As we wait for a tall, blond-haired man known as “Quetzalcoatl” to return, here are some modern songs which may place the Spanish invasion of central America into a clearer perspective: see www.youtube.com or www.youtube.com .


Mark Fussell & Stuart Dike

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