Introducing “Sacred Symbols” Collection by C.7 Design Studio. Here you will find a unique design, featuring the Quetzalcoatl – the Snake-God of Mesoamerica.
Quetzalcoatl is a mysterious ancient god who took the appearance of a serpent-like figure, whose body was covered with the emerald feathers of the sacred quetzal bird. Quetzalcoatl was Lord and Master of the wind, science and the arts, a supreme creator god who together with two brothers gave life to man and the universe during the current “fifth sun”. Quetzalcoatl (the Nahuatl name for the god means “feathered serpent”) is perhaps one of the most ancient gods to exist in Mesoamerica.
In the Maya language, he was known as Kukulcan. But Quetzalcoatl has even more distant origins than the Aztecs or Maya or even the Toltecs. Quetzalcoatl probably dates back to the earliest of all Mesoamerican civilizations, the Olmec whose beginnings date back to around 1500 BCE.