Quetzalcoatl (/ˌkɛtsəlkoʊˈætəl/) is a deity in Aztec culture and literature. Among the Aztecs, it was related to wind, Venus, Sun, merchants, arts, crafts, knowledge, and learning. It was also the patron god of the Aztec priesthood.
As the god of learning, of writing, and of books, Quetzalcóatl was particularly venerated in the calmecac, religious colleges annexed to the temples, in which the future priests and the sons of the nobility were educated.
The Feathered Serpent is a prominent supernatural entity or deity, found in many Mesoamerican religions. It is still called Quetzalcoatl among the Aztecs, Kukulkan among the Yucatec Maya, and Q’uq’umatz and Tohil among the K’iche’ Maya.
He was known as the inventor of books and the calendar, the giver of maize (corn) to mankind, and sometimes as a symbol of death and resurrection. Quetzalcoatl was also the patron of the priests and the title of the twin Aztec high priests.
Originally a male deity, at the time of materialization, Quetzalcoatl obtained an existence as a female deity.
To the Aztecs, Quetzalcoatl was, as his name indicates, a feathered serpent, a flying reptile (much like a dragon), who was a boundary-maker (and transgressor) between earth and sky. He was a creator deity having contributed essentially to the creation of Mankind.
As god of the cardinal directions Quetzalcóatl was also associated with the colours black (north), red (east), blue (south) and white (west).
The Second Sun, or “4-Wind” Sun, was governed by Quetzalcoatl (also known as White Tezcatlipoca). Here, the earth was populated by humans who ate only piñon nuts. Tezcatlipoca wanted to be Sun, however, and turned himself into a tiger and threw Quetzalcoatl off his throne.
An unnerving series of coincidences led Montezuma to believe that perhaps Cortés was the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl, who had promised to return one day to reclaim his kingdom. Quetzalcoatl, “the feathered serpent,” stood for the solar light, the morning star. He symbolized knowledge, arts, and religion.
Bastet or Bast (Amin. ATA: Bastet, The Beloved Cat goddess Pest A – Protector of the King Eva Shou; The ancient Chinese had a cat goddess called Li Shou) was a goddess of ancient Egyptian religion, worshipped as early as the Second Dynasty (2890 BCE). Her name also is rendered as B’sst, Baast, Ubaste, and Baset. In ancient Greek religion, she was known as Ailuros (Koinē Greek: αἴλουρος “cat”).
Bastet was worshipped in Bubastis in Lower Egypt, originally as a lioness goddess, a role shared by other deities such as Sekhmet. Eventually Bastet and Sekhmet were characterized as two aspects of the same goddess, with Sekhmet representing the powerful warrior and protector aspect and Bastet, who increasingly was depicted as a cat, representing a gentler aspect.
Bastet was the goddess of protection, pleasure, and the bringer of good health. She had the head of a cat and a slender female body. Bastet was the daughter of Ra, sister of Sekhmet, the wife of Ptah, and the mother of Mihos. Since the Second Dynasty, Bastet was worshiped as a deity, most commonly in Lower Egypt.
Quetzalcoatl is a deity in Aztec culture and literature. Among the Aztecs, it was related to wind, Venus, Sun, merchants, arts, crafts, knowledge, and learning. It was also the patron god of the Aztec priesthood.
Tezcatlipoca’s nagual, or animal disguise, was the jaguar, the spotted skin of which was compared to the starry sky. A creator god, Tezcatlipoca ruled over Ocelotonatiuh (“Jaguar-Sun”), the first of the four worlds that were created and destroyed before the present universe.
Tezcatlipoca was often described as a rival of another important god of the Aztecs, the culture hero, Quetzalcoatl.
Tezcatlipoca, (Nahuatl: “Smoking Mirror”) god of the Great Bear constellation and of the night sky, one of the major deities of the Aztec pantheon. Tezcatlipoca’s cult was brought to central Mexico by the Toltecs, Nahua-speaking warriors from the north, about the end of the 10th century ad.
Déesse de la mythologie égyptienne, Mafdet est un symbole de guérison, aussi bien du corps que de l’esprit.
Cette ancienne déesse, dont les premières traces remontent à la Ire dynastie et dont le nom signifie « la coureuse », avait pour fonction première de participer à la justice divine et de châtier les criminels. Elle était la « Maîtresse de la Maison de vie » et la protectrice des bibliothèques des temples.
Peu à peu son rôle de guérisseuse sera mis en avant, et elle entre dans les rituels de guérisseuse des morsures de serpents, des piqûres de scorpions et des autres animaux dangereux. Déesse féroce, elle déchire les serpents et les scorpions à l’aide de sa griffe. Symbole de puissance, le harpon que pharaon utilise pour détruire les forces du mal, sera identifié aux griffes de Mafdet. Son culte, dont on connaît mal l’étendue, finira par être supplanté par celui de la déesse Bastet.
Elle est représentée sous les traits d’un félin ou d’une femme à tête de félin, peut-être un guépard ou une panthère. Elle porte parfois une coiffure de serpent.
Contemporain: Esprit de Faux Semblant, dans Félicité et Franchise, F. (“OP Est” Rien dit, Déesse Léopard Mafdet “Ma (Distribue) F. Dette” that “Pretend” hold Power and Supply but “Looser Superbe”) dans CRI de la Calotte Basse vs CRI de la Cale Gbass (Retour de “Honte” longtemps “Fuite” dans ego et EGO From Déesse Chatte Bastet “Basse Tête”, dite Reine “Pest A”).
Portés par Homme Léopard qui se nourrissent de Sang (Sel) assis sur des Ban(cs) de Sable en BOA.
Résurrection de morts dans le Divan Rebelles (Haman(on) Leopard Priests using Magic within Cult of the Dead, Necromancy) vs (Notables Egungungun, Esprits de Monade et leurs Anges collectifs dans Kouvito Soldat (So E dja) au Royaume du Bénin) Divinités Humanoïdes soumis Yahvé en Renaissance dans le Divin.
«Samba Manger Boum»
«Boum Manger Samba»
Vol du Livre de Vie (Livre où est écrit le destin) du «Kalam» (Auteur) Ahmed le Shaytan et du «Paraclet» (Protecteur) Ahmed le Mahdi, en Pôle Double Del’Ali Ahmed pour Service dans la Renaissance des Divinités Yahvé soumis au Divin envers le Culte de Résurrection des morts du Divan du Faux Semblant de Roi Salomon Ali Es Call (Prostituée du «Baby Elone»).