Quetzalcoatl

 

Quetzalcoatl

Quetzalcoatl: The Feathered Serpent (The Bringer of Death)

“The bringer of death
gently enters your territory–
not the physical death
as you might expect it,
but the death of your beliefs.
With a smile and a word,
he uproots from the center of your being
the illusions that have kept you living–
not alive, but seemingly existing.
Layers and layers of unresolved
expectations entwirned with fears.
Hearing his voice and his sound
have shattered into millions of pieces
your rusty armor, leaving you naked
for the very first time,
a nakedness which does not know
the resonance of shame.
Even though, in that instant,
you feel devastated and lonely,
you stand tall and strong,
held lovingly by the wings of truth.
They are soothing and nurturing.
For the first time, you don’t know
who you are
because you are discovering
your true essence.
In that brief moment of truth,
your eyes meet the sparkle in his,
and true love ignites your freedom.”

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