Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Quetzalcoatl keeps cropping Up

I came across an article today about this Eagle/Condor crop circle which was discovered in Wiltshire, England on July 4th 2009:

The 'S' shape of the Rope/Serpent above, linked to the Maya Sun God Quetzalcoatl, reminded me of Jakes recent Blue Worm post where he looked at Xonecuili, the Staff of the Plumed-Serpent:

The very next day another Mayan flavored crop circle was found not far from the Wiltshire 'Staff' crop circle looked at above. This one has been linked to the head-dress of the feathery serpent, a symbol of the awakened Crown Chakra, or 'Hood' of Christ:

Linda Moulton Howe, the author of the article, states that: 'Each wing of this July 4, 2009 crop circle has 21 parts forming its spiral so the Eagle and Condor spirals united is 21 + 21 = 42. The number 42 relates to the Sixth Sun Tzolkin calendar because that Tzolkin has exactly 42 symbols that form all of its day-signs.'

For the full article check out the Earth Files.

This 400 foot Phoenix was recently discovered in Yatesbury (again in Wilshire, England) suggesting that the feathery Quetzalcoatl, who is said to return in the year 2012, is most definitely on the Rise:

For more on check out: Phoenix Crop Circle may predict end of the World.


  1. That head-dress 'CC' is candy for the brain.

  2. Agreed. There's the Crescent/Star symbol in there as well. Sneaky Grass Snake....

    Anyone else notice that CROP syncs with PORC?

    This porc circle was most certainly the work of the Divine. :)

  3. You can actually see the Blue Worm design in the headdress as well. Plus it's lines are uneven in the feathers suggesting a secret of some sort if you catch my drift.

  4. I find it odd that the 'tail' isn't syMMetrical with the rest of it...?

  5. Funny how we all notice the "flaws". Reminds me of the Crooked door pillar from way back ;D

  6. These crop circles are just beautiful. Is anyone else seeing a weird one-eyed smiley face in the headdress one? It also kind of looks like a 3d view of the top of a sinkhole (sync whole??)