The Feathered Serpent God of Ancient MesoAmerica dates back as early as 1800 years ago hear at the Pre-Classic city of Teotihuacan. It was also referenced by the Maya during the Classic period as Kukulkan, and even 1200 years later in the Post-Classic period of the Aztecs, which referred to it as Quetzalcoatl. It is historically unclear whether these are all the same "God" or different "God's" for each civilization. Some theorists have even gone as far as stating that Thoth from Pre-Dynastic Egypt could be this same feathered "God" who brings knowledge. Mythology/History states that this Feathered Serpent came from the sky in a flash of light, it would shake the ground and blow the trees when it would visit. It was said a man would come from the mouth of the Serpent, and this man brought the knowledge of astronomy, calendar making, agriculture, mathematics, etc: So, once again, are we dealing with symbology in form of modern day religion? Or did this Serpent God physically decend from the sky and bring them mysterious knowledge we still do not fully understand today nearly 1500 years later?