In this article I will offer solid historical evidence that the name of the American continent was adopted from its original inhabitants, rather than after the Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci.
The Worship of the Serpent Gods – The Oldest ‘Religion’ on Earth
Quoting the book “Secret Doctrine” by H. P. Blavatsky, it states that worship of the dragon and the sun were universal on the earthplane.
“The tradition of the Dragon and the Sun is echoed in every part of the world… There was a time when the four parts of the world were covered with the temples sacred to the Sun and the Dragon: but the cult is now preserved mostly in China and the Buddhist countries (p. 378-9, V. II). The dragon, however, is not the middle age concept of a beast with wings breathing fire, but is, in reality, a snake.” (Reference).
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In his book, “New World Order: The Ancient Plan of Secret Societies“, William T. Still shows that America was called initially “The Land of the Plumed / Feathered Serpents” by the Indians of Peru.
James Pyrse researched an article written in the Theosophical Society magazine entitled “Lucifer”, which gave insight into the word “America.”
He says that the chief god of the Mayan Indians in Central America was Quettzalcoatl / Kukulkan (“Plumed Serpent”, “Feathered Serpent”). In Peru this god was called Amaru and the territory known as Amaruca.
Pyres states: “Amaruca is literally translated ‘Land of the Plumed Serpents’ (p. 45) – (Variation: ‘Land of the Great Plumed Serpents).” He claims that the name of America was derived from Amaruca, instead of after the explorer Amerigo Vespucci. This further proves that serpent worship was common throughout all cultures.
“In the most prevalent versions of American history, the origin of the name America is attributed to the Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci (notice the reptilian beneath Vespucci’s feet, climbing a column representing America — just another ‘coincidence’, nothing to worry about).
“This popular distortion of the true origin of the native Amaruca (…) may be finally gaining more credibility among scholars to restore the name Amaruca to it’s rightful place.
“Recent discoveries in Peru may lead to more conclusive evidence concerning the relationships between North and South American indigenous peoples. As discoveries continue to unearth ancient Incan cities, writings pertaining to the mysterious origins of Amaruca are sure to be found.
“The Incas abandoned their towns and cities and retreated from the treasure-hunting Spanish invaders after the Conquistadors captured and executed the last Incan leader, Tupac Amaru (i.e. ‘Shining Serpent’), in 1572. Some of the cities have since been rediscovered, but many more are believed to lie hidden in the dense jungle.” – Amaruca.com;
Why ‘Feathered Serpents’?
The obvious question is why would the native cultures call their home “The Land of the Feathered Serpents”?
Actually, the name should be interpreted as “The Land of the WINGED Serpents”, or even more to the point “The Land of the FLYING Serpents” – which meant that these serpents had the capability to fly.
It’s an easy analogy with the Egyptian ‘winged sun‘ (notice the serpents!), which in turn derives from earlier cultures, going back to the very first civilization on Earth: the Sumerians.
Flying chariots and dragons were also common depictions throughout ancient Asia, making this a global phenomenon.
In fact, in China, the dragon is a symbol of imperial authority.
“According to Chinese legend, both Chinese primogenitors, the earliest Emperors, Yandi and Huangdi, were closely related to ‘Long’ (Chinese Dragon). Since the Chinese consider Huangdi and Yandi as their ancestors, they sometimes refer to themselves as ‘the descendants of the dragon.’
“The dragon, especially yellow or golden dragons with five claws on each foot, was a symbol for the emperor in many Chinese dynasties. The imperial throne was called the Dragon Throne.” – Reference;
The Falsification of History
“History is the lie commonly agreed upon.” – Voltaire
“We may fairly agree that the subject of history, as commonly taught, is one of the most boring of all subjects. However, the study of how the subject of history has been manipulated is surely one of the most interesting of all subjects.” – Michael Tsarion, “Astrotheology and Sidereal Mythology”
“The falsification of history has done more to mislead humans than any single thing known to mankind.” – Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Why Falsify History?
If a reptilian species of extraterrestrials ruled the Earth in ancient times, and your family was left in charge as their direct descendants, wouldn’t you do the same?
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