HPL Case 121.
By De Vignate. AWD Attic 320.
Narragansett Indian, friend of Laban Billington. AWD Lurker 9-14, 20, 23-24, related to Misquamicus? 30, 34, 69-70, 92, 102, 111, 126-127, (141), 142, (143), 144-146.
Northwest Coast. AWD Survivor 159.
Incl: Kwakiutl Indians.
Canada. AWD Survivor 149-151, 153.
Incl: Quebec University.
Quebec. AWD Wind mentions Dr. Spencer.
Incl: Spencer, Dr..
HPL Mountains 10.
HPL Mountains 13, 71, 103.
HPL Electric 63, 76, 78.
A god revered as the "feathered serpent" by various Mesoamerican cultures, including the Olmec, Toltec, Aztec, and Maya. He was associated at various times with soil fertility, the wind, the planet Venus, death and resurrection, learning and education.
The Mound narrator recognized a serpent carving from K'n-yan as a prototype of the Yig, Quetzalcoatl and Kukulcan conceptions [Mound115]. The Curse of Yig narrator identified Yig as the older and darker prototype of Quetzalcoatl [Yig 81, 83].
Arthur Feldon believed it is imperative to remove everybody from the earth before Quetzalcoatl comes back [HPL Electric 68]. Feldon believed that he, Quetzalcoatl and Huitzilopotchli will rule the world alone .
Compare with: Feathered serpent.
Indians. AWD Curwen 10.
HPL Mound 98, 116.
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