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Quetzalcoatl  The origin of his name comes from the Nahuatl and means “Quetzal”: a bird of beautiful plumage and “Coatl”, which means snake, resulting in what is commonly known as “the Plumed Serpent.” This deity was one of the most popular in Hispanic tradition and refers to the union of terrestrial and rain waters, which, among agricultural peoples, was essential for their survival, thus signifying the origin of life itself.

Quetzalcoatl poster for a school project. We celebrated some kind of Spanish Day - and since Aztecs lived in Mexico that belongs to Latin America, my teacher suggested me to do something connected .

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Realistic black and gray Eyes tattoo art by artist Tomasz Sugar Cukrowski

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Never Look Back Tattoo - Eye Tattoo - Tattoo by Florian Karg this awsome want I two eyes though

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Ink My Whole body / I love the idea of a bunch of tiny identical tattoos all over one body.

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