|The Rupturian story is deeply immersed into the Mayan culture; with its most important consideration being that the advanced knowledge that the Mayan had about the cosmos was
transmitted to them by an extraterrestrial civilization -symbolically, by the Rupturians. Kukulkan (Quetzalcoatl for the Aztecs) is presented as a spirit highly advanced in the evolution
spiral, close to the Divinity; he was even older than the Rupturians themselves, and is the only one that survived when the Rupturians committed their own annihilation (third movie of
the Rupturian saga).
Kukulkan (Quetzalcoatl) is one of the most important myths of the Mayan and Aztec cultures; he was the one that brought in the knowledge that supported their civilization.
Kukulkan is represented as a snake with Quetzal wings or covered with Quetzal feathers. The pyramid of Kukulkan in Chichen Itza, is placed in such a way or direction with respect to
the Sun that in the spring and fall equinoxes, the only two days of the year when both the day and the night have exactly the same duration of twelve hours, during the sunset, over the
shadow of the stairs,
a light appears moving down, towards the face of one of the two feathered serpents that lie next to the stairs of the pyramid.
|In the Rupturian story, the light that goes down over the shadow of the stairs during the equinoxes is taken as a symbol of Kukulkan's departure.
On Earth, not all the days of the year have exactly the same duration, due to the inclination that it has over its orbital plane.
In the Rupturian story, in the planet New Earth in the Andromeda Galaxy, there is no inclination, so that its days and nights have exactly the same duration, all throughout the year; that
is, there are no seasons, but a perennial spring.
New Earth has two suns in one side and one of the other; there are never nights, properly speaking, but there are sunrises and sunsets.
In New Earth there is a replica of the Kukulkan's pyramid, and here it happens that when the light over the shadows of the stairs go down, due to sunset, over one of the sides of the
stairs, over the other side the light goes up, due to sunrise.
The return of Kukulkan
In the Rupturian story, as it happens every day in New Earth, the light going down symbolizes Kukulkan's departure, and going up, his return.
|Xibalba and Xquic.
In the Mayan mythology, Xibalba was both an area in the Milky Way where spirits would go after death, and a court below the surface of the Earth associated with death and with twelve
gods or powerful rulers known as the Lords of Xibalba. Xquic was the daughter of one of these Lords. She was the mother of the hero twins Hunahpu and Xbalanque, who brought down
the reigning of the Lords of Xibalba, and who then became the Sun and the Moon.
In the Rupturian story, Xquic is a friend of Tepeu, who will play an important role in the ceremony for the return of Kukulkan, becoming, transforming herself into a Quetzal, while Tepeu
becomes a serpent. The Quetzal will be attacked to death by a big black bird, exploding into a myriad of photon-lights providing the energy needed to open the gate of Xibalba, which
connects to the parallel dimension of reality.
The actual physical entrance to the chamber that takes to Xibalba is in the sacred cenote at Chichen Itza.
|Advanced Mayan Knowledge
Rupturian presents the concept that the Mayan advanced knowledge about the cosmos was transmitted to them by an extra-terrestrial civilization; symbolically by the Rupturians. One way
was via Kukulkan and his teachings, and the other was by the soulstrings, who draw in the sky, for the Mayan to copy, the contents of their hieroglyphs.
In Tabasco, Mexico, the monument 6 of Tortuguero became of great importance in the year 2012, since it includes hieroglyphs that signal the end of a cyclical time period. The hieroglyphs
on the right side at the bottom are missing, and many people interpreted that stelae to indicate the end of world.
In the movie Rupturian, the soulstrings draw in the sky the stelae as it was originally created, providing this way its true meaning.
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|In the Popol Vuh, sacred book of the Kiche Maya,
Gucumatz was the feathered serpent god who created humanity,
along with the god Tepeu,
who was a “sovereign plumed serpent”
Gucumatz is also written as Q'uq'umatz, where Q'uq means Quetzal.
In the Rupturian story, Gucumatz is an old Mayan priest, and Tepeu his grandson.
Together, on Earth, they have performed many times the ceremony for the return
of Kukulkan, with no results; but when they perform the ceremony in the planet New
Earth, where the light over the stairs of the Kukulkan pyramid not only goes down,
departure, but also goes back up, return, they open a gate to the underworld of
Xibalba, which in the Rupturian story is the gate to a parallel dimension where the
last of the Rupturians, actually Kukulkan, is trapped.
This way, Tepeu and Gucumatz will be able to communicate with the trapped
Kukulkan, who will come back to this reality by infusing his spirit into Tepeu's body,
integrating with him at DNA level.
Phisical entrance to Xibalba: Sacred cenote in Chichen Itza
|Xquic in the underworld of Xibalba
|Xquic converted to a Quetzal, attacked to death
|In the Mayan underworld of Xibalba, there is a gate that connects
with the parallel dimension of reality.