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Old 05-22-2012, 02:37 PM
SYDERA SYDERA is offline
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Is it Quetzalcoatl?

It could be, the plumed serpent appears in many forms both written and carved throughout all cultures. It may also be a reference to Venus as a comet, have you heard of Velikovsky's comet? This is why I came to this thought:

40. The giantess old | in Ironwood sat,
In the east, and bore | the brood of Fenrir;
Among these one | in monster's guise
Was soon to steal | the sun from the sky.

41. There feeds he full | on the flesh of the dead,
And the home of the gods | he reddens with gore;
Dark grows the sun, | and in summer soon
Come mighty storms:
| would you know yet more?

Could this be a reference to a massive natural disaster such as a celestial body colliding with earth? Or, the plumed serpent is also symbolic of electric discharge- 'ThunderBolts of the Gods'?
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