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LA Times – Big Snakes


The LA Times ran an article about the fossilized remains of a giant snake in Colombia.

“It was the mother of all snakes, a nightmarish behemoth as long as a school bus and as heavy as a Volkswagen Beetle that ruled the ancient Amazonian rain forest for 2 million years before slithering into nonexistence.”

There is a strong link in the origins of birds and reptiles, sharing common ancestors.

Archosaurs‘ (Greek for ‘ruling lizards’) are a group of diapsid reptiles that is represented today by birds and crocodiles and which also included the dinosaurs.

Quetzalcoatl


” Quetzalcoatl is an Aztec sky and creator god. The name is a combination of quetzal, a brightly colored Mesoamerican bird, and coatl, meaning serpent. ” – from WIkipeadia

Author Steven McFadden, in his book Ancient Voices affirms that: “Quetzalcoatl is said to be the embodiment of the serpent rainbow beam of cosmic intelligence–the electric sperm of the universe fertilizing the womb of the Earth.”

This makes me at once think of the theories of panspermia, that postulates that life on Earth came from other sources outside our own planet.