Minimalist white glyph on black background representing the symbol of Quetzalcoatl


Represents creation, fertility, knowledge, and the duality of human nature. In Aztec and Toltec cultures, Quetzalcoatl is a feathered serpent deity symbolizing the union of Earth (serpent) and Heaven (feathers). He is a god of wind and air, a creator deity, and a bringer of civilization, embodying the principle of life and the continuity of existence. Quetzalcoatl’s legend also speaks to the idea of spiritual rebirth and transformation.

Themes: “creation”, “fertility”, “knowledge”, “duality”, “rebirth”

More in: “Aztec Thought and Culture” by Miguel León-Portilla.

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