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Could Jesus Be The Same As The Aztec Quetzalcoatl Or Mayans Kulkuljan?
Some things are said to be kept quiet do to the best interests of humanity. A man with blue eyes and blonde hair with the name of Kulkulkan paid a visit to the Maya and taught them all about medicine, agriculture, mathematics and astronomy. The entity was called Quetzalcoatl by the Aztec people. But could that be the same story as that of Jesus and might it be possible that Jesus was actually an alien that visited from another star system or planet?

Very little has been said about the life of Jesus after birth and up to the age of around 30. Perhaps the star of Bethlehem wasn’t a star at all; perhaps it was the light from a UFO. Maybe Jesus was taken back to the mothership so that he could be readied for the teachings that he would eventually give to the people until he passed?
Perhaps one of the most compelling of arguments that go against the theory of mythological gods has been pointed out by Michael Tellinger. Around 9,000 years BC before the Sumer appearance, the Mayan population suddenly appeared and showed the same predilections to planting, agriculture, harvesting, commerce and trade, which the Sumeria did and which were all said to be attributed to the teachings of gods. It is more likely that there was more than just one ET group that actually left their stamp on earth.

The story of Jesus may have derived from and used by the church as one way of gaining subservient control, along with getting people to conform to religion and the government. It is possible that an entity that had supernatural abilities could have existed; more likely still is an extra-terrestrial or Anunnaki hybrid.

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