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Mayan Light Beam Seen at El Castillo – Mexico Temple Light Beam Published by: Shakeel Burthun | March 6, 2012

August 7, 2012

Mayan Light Beam Seen at El Castillo – Mexico Temple Light Beam
Published by: Shakeel Burthun | March 6, 2012

hector-siliezar-mayan-light-beam at El Castillo Mayan Temple calling on the GOD deity Kulkulkan Quetzalcoatl symbol appears in sun 7 aug 2012

“El Castillo,” a Mayan temple on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, with a mysterious “light beam” emerging from the top. hector-siliezar-mayan-light-beam at El Castillo Mayan Temple calling on the GOD deity Kulkulkan Quetzalcoatl symbol appears in sun 7 aug 2012

A Vision Serpent, detail of Lintel 15 at the Classical Maya site of Yaxchilan Quetzalcoatl appears in sun warning of WAR 7 aug 2012

read more about this strange light appearing in march 2012 here:

http://www.sparkingdawn.com/2012/03/mayan-light-beam-el-castillo/

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The photo didn’t draw much attention in 2009 when it was taken. The Mayan apocalypse fever was still just blossoming in the bowels of the bored unemployed.

Kukulkan at the base of the west face of the northern stairway of El Castillo, Chichen Itza

Kukulkan at Chichen Itza during the Equinox. The famous descent of the snake. March 2009

this light appeared in 2009 in march during the equinox?

the sun is directly above our equinox in august 2012..

there is a connection of sorts.. looking for it…

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El Castillo in Chichen Itza served as a temple to Kukulkan. During the spring and fall equinoxes the shadow cast by the angle of the sun and edges of the nine steps of the pyramid combined with the northern stairway and the stone serpent head carvings create the illusion of a massive serpent descending the pyramid.

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Kukulkan causes earth tremors every year in July.[7]

A modern collection of folklore from Yucatán tells how Kukulkan was a winged snake that flew to the sun and tried to speak to it but the sun, in its pride, burnt his tongue. The same source relates how Kukulkan always travels ahead of the Yucatec Maya rain god Chaac, helping to predict the rains as his tail moves the winds and sweeps the earth clean.[16]

Among the Lacandon Maya of Chiapas, Kukulkan is an evil, monstrous snake that is the pet of the sun god.[7]

A warning of high winds sweeping the earth with heavy rains flooding to clean the earth.. (noah’s ark?)

Ballcourt marker from the Postclassic site of Mixco Viejo in Guatemala. This sculpture depicts Kukulkan, jaws agape, with the head of a human warrior emerging from his maw.[

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