Behold, I send you forth as sheep [neophytes] in the midst of wolves [the profane]: be ye therefore wise as serpents [magicians], and harmless as doves [mystics]. Matthew 10:16
Unquestionably, the theme of Quetzalcoatl is transcendental and deserves to be reflected upon profoundly.
First of all, I have to emphatically state with complete clarity that Quetzalcoatl is not a myth. Unquestionably Quetzalcoatl is the great Word, the Platonic Logos, the Demiurge Architect of the Universe, the Creator.
When we study Quetzalcoatl, we then discover that within it there exists the same Cosmic Drama of Yeshua Ben Pandira (Jesus Christ). Quetzalcoatl carrying his cross on his shoulders reminds us precisely of the Martyr of Calvary.
Thus, indeed, Quetzalcoatl is the Logos; he is what is, what was, and what will always be; he is the life that palpitates within every sun. So before the Universe came into existence, Quetzalcoatl already existed.
It would be impossible to accept, in any sense, a mechanism without a mechanic, as the materialist anthropologists believe. We must never stop comprehending that behind any mechanism there most always exists intelligent principles. Quetzalcoatl is the Multiple Perfect Unity, the Cosmic Christ.
Thus, we must not only study Quetzalcoatl from the literal point of view, but rather we must analyze him judiciously in light of the most diverse theologies. Quetzalcoatl, as fire that inhabits within every universal nucleus, expresses itself in everything that is, that has been and that shall be.
Therefore, the Quetzalcoatls, the Deukalions, the Hermes Trismegistus, the Buddhas, can never be comprehended without previously having known the Christic Mysteries. Indeed, beyond a doubt, Quetzalcoatl is a seed of remote places… a force of unknowable destinies for this present humanity; it is the “living germ of the Super-man.”
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