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Forums -> Spiritual Creatures -> Quetzalcoatl

Quetzalcoatl
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Post # 1
I need to know how to summon him.
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Re: Quetzalcoatl
By: Moderator / Novice
Post # 2

Can you state a reason why?

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Re: Quetzalcoatl
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 3

Talk to Sillieh at http://www.spellsofmagic.com/profile.html?profile=226575 they follow Meso-American Deities and may be able to help you.

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Re: Quetzalcoatl
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Post # 4
First, one does not "summon" a deity. Any deity. You only attract their attention. And you do that through Prayer. Just pray with all your heart and focus on the prayer.

Anyway, out of curiosity, why Quetzalcoatl?
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Re: Quetzalcoatl
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Post # 5
isn't Quetzalcoatl a winged serpent of the Aztec?
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Re: Quetzalcoatl
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Post # 6

Close, Arteus. Quetzalcoatl is the feathered serpent.

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Re: Quetzalcoatl
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Post # 7
Ancient aztecs believed that you could "summon" or "call on him" by means of blood sacrifices. They used to take the tip of the Maguey leaf (http://www.dgcs.unam.mx/boletin/bdboletin/multimedia/WAV110507/269.jpg) and would perforate either their tongue, their ears or, in cases of dire need: their genitalia.

This blood was left to fall free to the ground while they prayed. I do not know (as I have never ever done it) if it works. I can tell you that the Maguey leaf tip is extremely hard and perforates flesh easily. the wound bleeds profusely and it stings A LOT. (I fell onto once once, and I got several dotted scars on my arm) BTW it takes up to three weeks to heal.
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Re: Quetzalcoatl
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Post # 8
this isn't final fantasy viii....
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Re: Quetzalcoatl
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Post # 9
(final fantasy viii is a video game for playstation and pc where you can 'summon' Quetzalcoatl)
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Re: Quetzalcoatl
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Post # 10
This deity is also rumored amoung Christians to be Christ isn't it? Or at least the Aztec verion.
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