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Ancient Mayan Ruins

Ancient Mayan Ruins - god, kukulkan, doomsday, god of resurrection, 2012, chichen itza, mayan ruins, pyramids, ancient, pyramid, mexico, ruins, pyramidal, mayan
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Ancient Mayan Ruins Chichen Itza Mexico
Kukulkan was among the Mayan feathered serpent, god of resurrection and reincarnation. At each equinox rises in the shadow of El Castillo stairs up or down (Chichén Itzá). He plays an identical role as Quetzalcoatl to the Aztecs.

According to the legend of Kukulkan from the ocean and is perhaps one day return there. A Mayan legend says that while he of the world on the Earth will return. In Yucatan Kukulkan is his name, in Guatemala it is called Gucumatz.
Kukulkan, the god of the four elements (water, earth, fire, air), each element is represented by a plant or an animal displayed:
* Air - the vulture
* Fire - the lizard
* Earth - the corn
* Water - the fish
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Kukulkan was among the Mayan feathered serpent, god of resurrection and reincarnation. At each equinox rises in the shadow of El Castillo stairs up or down (Chichén Itzá). He plays an identical role as Quetzalcoatl to the Aztecs.

According to the legend of Kukulkan from the ocean and is perhaps one day return there. A Mayan legend says that while he of the world on the Earth will return. In Yucatan Kukulkan is his name, in Guatemala it is called Gucumatz.
Kukulkan, the god of the four elements (water, earth, fire, air), each element is represented by a plant or an animal displayed:
* Air - the vulture
* Fire - the lizard
* Earth - the corn
* Water - the fish
Rating: 5.0

Wallpaper Comments (13)

Emma_Lestrange
Posted by Emma_Lestrange on 08/27/11 at 11:23 PM
You went there? Lucky! I would kill to be able to go there!
HaegarTheHorrible
Posted by HaegarTheHorrible on 11/09/10 at 09:12 PM
OMG Thats GREAT! I visited Chichen Itza last year and was impressed - one place where you can breath the unbelievable Mayan Culture!
Took 100s of photos- but none which compares to this one!
sweetwitchy
Posted by sweetwitchy on 03/23/10 at 09:35 AM
I want to go there to explore :) fav+1 D
jsoc
Posted by jsoc on 01/06/10 at 12:53 AM
Not bad...
Ahava
Posted by Ahava on 08/05/09 at 10:19 PM
amazing! i've never been to mexico but i have seen Mayan ruins in Copan, Honduras. that was quite a sight! ancient civilizations amaze and fascinate me!
eyelove
Posted by eyelove on 04/04/09 at 07:29 PM
good sharing
KULL
Posted by KULL on 03/12/09 at 01:19 AM
awsome pic thanks for sharing it with us :-)
GuestPosted by Strider (Guest) on 03/03/09 at 09:52 PM
I wonder if when they find El Dorado it will look like this?
slobodan
Posted by slobodan on 02/06/09 at 02:11 AM
Great picture.
GuestPosted by Alaskanangel19 (Guest) on 01/16/09 at 03:23 AM
Very cool! I was there when I was 11 or 12.
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Uploaded By: Eremit
Date Uploaded: January 05, 2009
Filename: Chichen-Itza-Mexico.jpg
Original Resolution: 1600x1200
File Size: 410.3KB
Category: Monuments

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