Re: Does anyone recognize this symbol?
Very interresting stuff...
Also this looks related:
The Sacred Symbols of Mu - by James Churchward
The other serpent was covered with feathers instead of scales. This also originated in the
Motherland and was there called Quetzacoatl. It is still to be found in the impenetrable jungles
and swamps of Yucatan and Central America, but extremely rare. During all of my explorations I
have only seen one, and I never want to see another. It is the most venomous serpent ever
known on earth. Its location was apparently along the northern half of the Motherland. One tribe
who made Quetzacoatl their symbol for the Creator, like the Nagas took their name from it, being
known as--the Quetzals. The Quetzacoatl varied in design among these people.
Throughout the world have been found glyphs which archaeologists have called Swastikas. I refer
to a glyph which is formed by crossing the hieratic letters N which are crossed thus
This is not a Swastika but the diphthong Sh in the Motherland's alphabet. Where the ends of a
cross are curved, it is not a Swastika. The arms of a Swastika must be bent over at perfect right
angles to form a perfect two-sided square, the symbol for "Builder."