Excerpt from – The Cosmic Chess Match – Follow up on yesterday’s post on the Mayan’s
Posted by lamarzulli on October 28, 2011
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The first is the Mayan Calendar
The Maya were a group of people living in Central Mexico. Their culture and civilization spanned from 2000 B.C. until the conquest of the Spanish in the 16th century.
The height of Mayan culture extended from 250 to 900 A.D. One of the remarkable accomplishments of the Maya was their precise astrological calculations of the stars and planets.
This ability remains a mystery to modern researchers because the Maya did not possess knowledge of the wheel, yet they built intricate stone-work complexes and understood astronomy. How did they acquire this knowledge? How did the Maya devise calendars of such accuracy that only in our modern day can they be rivaled?
The Mayan Calendar is the primary focus of our discussion because it is the source of endless books, movies, Internet sites, radio and television interviews, etc.
Briefly stated the Maya believed in a god-man whose name was Quetzalcoatl that translates the Plumed Serpent. The Maya built huge temple complexes. One such complex is the Temple of Kulkulcan at Chechen Itza in which a pyramid of stone, not unlike the great pyramid of Giza, was constructed between the 9th and 12th centuries A.D.
One of the most unique features of this pyramid is on the Winter and Summer solstice the image of a large undulating serpent is created by the sun. This image appears to be moving down the sides of the pyramid. How did the people in this culture know how to do this and why the image of the serpent?
Were they contacted by a race of aliens? Some, like the majority of guests who appear on the popular Ancient Alien series produced by the History Channel on which I was guest for Seasons One and Two, believe this. Did they stumble on this knowledge by themselves or was it given to them? Here’s a theory that correlates with the cosmic chess match.
It has to do with the manifestation of the fallen angels on the planet. If we recall what was discussed in Chapter 4 of this book, the cohabiting of the fallen angels with the daughters of men that created the Nephilim, then we can postulate that the knowledge the Maya attained from the plumed serpent may have come from a fallen angel.
In researching material for this book, I have found a wide dispersion of theories regarding Quetzalcoatl. Some believe he was one of the disciples of Jesus: others that he was a European explorer who was mistaken as a god. Others believe that he descended from the sky. The bottom line for me is this: we will never know who Quetzalcoatl was. However, we can see that the knowledge he gave to the Maya is affecting the modern culture today in ways that no one would have predicted a century ago.
There is much discussion on the 2012 phenomenon. People are wondering whether or not we are headed toward the destruction that some say is foretold in the Mayan calendar.
As I mentioned earlier, television shows abound on the subject and as of this writing there are about one hundred books that have been published regarding 2012. Why is this happening now? Why are the so called prophecies of the Maya (based solely on their calendar) reaching a world-wide audience?
I will venture to answer this after I have finished discussing the other so called prophets and seers because I believe all of this is from the same source, from the Fallen One.
One of the most brutal and horrific aspects of the Mayan culture was the practice of human sacrifice to “appease” the gods. When the Spanish Conquistadors arrived and began to explore the world of the Maya, they were overcome with revulsion when they entered a room at the top of one of the temples … that reminded the men of a butcher shop back home in Spain.
Accounts that I have read report the same nightmarish scenarios of human sacrifice. Some of us have seen the Mel Gibson movie, Apocalypto. It shows what I believe is an accurate portrayal of how human sacrifice was carried out.
If the victim’s heart was to be taken out, reported one Spanish observer in the sixteenth century,
…they conducted him with great display…. and placed him on the sacrificial stone. Four of them took hold of his arms and legs, spreading them out. Then the executioner came, with a flint knife in his hand, and with great skill made and incision between the ribs on the left side, below the nipple, then he plunged in his hand and like a ravenous tiger tore out the living heart, which he laid on the plate….
Human sacrifice is certainly nothing new and it was practiced by cultures all over the world in antiquity. However, we must ask ourselves to whom was the victim’s heart being offered, and why? Who initiated this?
In my opinion, this has the finger prints of the Fallen One all over it.
Travel with me for a moment. Let us suppose that a fallen angel manifested in this region and set itself up as a god and, like the similar account that we read in The Book Of Enoch, gave out knowledge that was far superior to the primitive peoples’ who lived there. This may account for the human sacrifice because we have the ancient accounts telling us that the Nephilim drank the blood of men and each other. They were cannibals. Is there a connection here? I would propose that there is.
The Mayan Calendar with its complexity may have been handed down, like the Enochian knowledge was reported to have been, by a fallen angel who became known as the plumed serpent Quetzalcoatl. In doing this an entire race of people became enslaved in satanic, ritual sacrifice that opened up portals into the second heaven. In other words, like we are told in the Book of Enoch, the fallen angels gave men the secrets of heaven. This is one of the main reasons why they were punished; the other being that they had sex with the daughters of men.
I believe that this is a deliberate set up and I will tell you why in the conclusion of this chapter. However, having established who the Maya were, it is time for us to move to the next so called prophet.
 In Search of Quetzalcoatl – Pierre Honore – Adventure Unlimited Press – 1961 – 2007 – Pg. 28
 Friar Diego de Landa, Yucatan before and after the Conquest – quoted from – Fingerprints of the Gods – by Graham Hancock, Random House – 1995 – pgs 96 & 97
 The Book of Enoch – R. H. Charles – SPCK 1917 – I –VII:4 pg.35
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