The article below overlaps with the myth about the return of Quetzalcoatl the serpent God on December 21, 2012.
Headed for the SkyThunderbolts - June 14, 2012
In parts of the Amazonian rainforest, traditional costume included a headdress consisting of a circular arrangement of feathers. The ring of 36 feathers, most of which are white, lacks an obvious counterpart in the skies we see above us. In stark contrast to the modern world, traditional societies often used to derive their fashion standards from mythological or religious sources, looking backward rather than ahead for inspiration. None of this would make any headlines were it not for the awkward fact that the world or the sky looks nothing like the Kayapo outfit. If the heavens are circular, no vertical 'rope' is seen to dangle down from the centre. Neither the central red feather on top nor the two orange feathers flanking the bottom strike one as familiar. Read more ...
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