Origin of KUKULKAN: Feathered Serpent from ATLANTIS

Origin of Kukulkan: Feathered Serpent from Atlantis? Don’t you think that it’s strange? Could the Mayan God have come from the lost city of Atlantis? Join me to search in Mayan ruins.

The video below shows a quest in Mayan ruins, Mexico, for the image of Kukulkan Mayan God, the feathered serpent with a man in its mouth.

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TIME STAMPS for the Video

00:00 Why is Kukulkan Mayan God a Feathered Serpent?
00:27 We went off to Tulum
00:54 We moved off to Coba
01:52 We traveled to Chichen Itza
03:00 The next place we went to was Uxmal
04:12 When I went to the hypnotherapist
04:28 There is something called the Nunnery Quadrangle
05:53 Did the Maya who built the ruins experience Kukulkan?
07:24 Atlanteans traveled to Yucatan and Egypt

ATTRIBUTIONS for the Video: Origin of KUKULKAN, Feathered Serpent from ATLANTIS

 Photos and Footage (from beginning to end) Copyright 1995-2023 Carol Anne Chapman, All Rights Reserved
Nebula – 24623, Video by mike lacoste from Pixabay
YaxchilanDivineSerpent.jpg, Attribution: Public Domain
Page URL: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:YaxchilanDivineSerpent.jpg
Globe Map of Mexico with a label by kelesh from Envato Elements
Aerial View of Resort Area in Cancun from Envato Elements
SUV driving on a peninsula traveling through green Tulum Mexico rear tracking shot by BlackBoxGuild from Envato Elements
Drone flying in the Caribbean sea of Tulum Mexico by BlackBoxGuild from Envato Elements
Archeological zone, aerial view, tulum by BlackBoxGuild from Envato Elements
Fast Loopable Footage of Tulum, Mexico by dubassy from Envato Elements
Caribbean sea, mexican beach, tulum, archeological zone by BlackBoxGuild from Envato Elements
Drone Video of the Road Between the Jungle and the Sea by video80x from Envato Elements
Aerial view on the Mayan Coba ruins in Yucatan jungle in Mexico by poppers44 from Envato Elements
Young Woman on a Bicycle Rides Along a Forest Path in Summer Day Slow Motion by RoStRecords from Envato Elements
POV dolly shot of a path in boreal forest by BlackBoxGuild from Envato Elements
Tulum Stone Ruins Coba Civilization Aerial Drone Fly Above Jungle Forest Mexico by BlackBoxGuild from Envato Elements
Mayan Pyramid by LV4260 from Envato Elements
Top view drone pyramids Teotihuacán mexico in calzada de los muertos, pyramid of sun and moon
Colossal Sanctuary of Ollantaytambo in Peru by BGStock72 from Envato Elements
Single car driving through rural town in Tulum Mexico with dense forest, aerial top down by BlackBoxGuild from Envato Elements
Chichen Itza Road Sign by aframeinmotion from Envato Elements
Aerial Helicopter Tour of Chichen Itza Mexico Mayan Ruins Clouds fog by BlackBoxGuild from Envato Elements
Aerial View of Chichen Itza by a_medvedkov from Envato Elements
Mayan pyramid in Chichen-Itza, Mexico by Dmitry_Rukhlenko from Envato Elements
Cinematic closeup of El Castillo, the main pyramid of Chichen Itza, Mexico by BlackBoxGuild from Envato Elements
Drone shot of a white car driving in the forest near Merida Mexico by BlackBoxGuild from Envato Elements
Uxmal by Galyna_Andrushko from Envato Elements (photo)
Pyramid – 55718, Video by Tomislav Jakupec from Pixabay
Mexico: Mayan Pyramid Kukulcan Temple in Silhouette, Chichen Itza by Bamchik from Envato Elements
Mayan Ruins Mexico Uxmal 5 by dubassy from Envato Elements
Fireworks – 7122, Video by Hans from Pixabay
Landscape – 63812, Video by davidfoxx from Pixabay
Mermaid 2788170_640, Image by Mystic Art Design from Pixabay
Flare – 1327, Video by adam_szulc from Pixabay
Sun-304807, Image by Clker-Free-Vector-Images from Pixabay
animal-1299159_1280, Image by OpenClipart-Vectors from Pixabay
Uxmal main ruin maya by BlackBoxGuild from Envato Elements
arrow-7120085_1920, Image by harveertechnical from Pixabay
The Christian man wears the necklace of the cross around his neck by Nardavar from Envato Elements
Cross_-_85231, Video by Joe Hackney from Pixabay
Elderly black woman, bible and group in home, worship and prayer together by YuriArcursPeopleimages from Envato Elements
Christian Cross with Jesus Christ Statue by Macro_Media from Envato Elements
arrow-7120085_1920, Image by harveertechnical from Pixabay
Atlantis Map: Attribution: Ignatius Donnelly; cropped by Beyond My Ken (talk) 22:14, 28 September 2010 (UTC), Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Atlantis_map_1882_crop.jpg
Circle-7333077, Image by mspersoy from Pixabay
Arrow-97589, Image by OpenIcons from Pixabay
Chichen-itza-351375, Image by edtribo from Pixabay
Winged Serpent Copyright 2000 Carol Anne Chapman
Flower – 159951_1280, Image by OpenClipart-Vectors from Pixabay
Islands – 2119, Video by Bellergy RC from Pixabay
Like – 123997, Video by Sahim Sonde from Pixabay
Subscribe – 79554, Video by akbinhskyler113 from Pixabay

THUMBNAIL: Cartoon Quetzalcoatl from Envato Elements

FEATURED IMAGE: Serpiente-5230027, Image by Ariapsa MX from Pixabay

MUSIC and SoundFX
Dragon Rojo by Mini Vandals from YouTube Audio Library

Bring Me Your Sorrows by Dan Lebowitz from YouTube Audio Library

Family Montage by Biz Baz Studio from YouTube Audio Library

Ocean Beach by Dan Lebowitz from YouTube Audio Library

Battle Crowd Celebrate Stutter, Sound FX from YouTube Audio Library

The Crows Did It by Nathan Moore from YouTube Audio Library

Wedding Invitation by Jason Farnham, YouTube Audio Library

Sound FX, Swoosh: YouTube Audio Library


Carol Chapman

Hi, I'm Carol Chapman. I first traveled to Yucatan to find images of my Atlantis past life memories in Mayan ruins. I've continued to visit this wonderful land and it's amazing people because I love the place.

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