Jesus in Central and South America

Jesus Christ also lived among the ancient Mayans and other Indian tribes of Central and South America.

Kukulkan – the Supreme God in the representations of the ancient Mayans. Among the Aztecs and other civilizations of Central America, he is known as Quetzalcoatl. Kukulkan-Quetzalcoatl is a historical person, it is Jesus Christ.

Quetzalcoatl taught the people mathematics, medicine, writing, crafts, weaving, astronomy, art, jewelry, the canons of music and dance. A chocolate drink is also His invention. He laid the foundation for productive agriculture, gave people corn – the basis of life in these parts. The great healer, he “revealed to people the mysterious properties of plants.” He was revered as a legislator. Kukulkan-Quetzalcoatl gave people the famous Mayan calendar.

According to legends, Quetzalcoatl ruled in Tula (Tollan) for more than twenty years. It was indicated above that for about twenty years, Jesus Christ also lived in Saskatchewan. From this we can conclude that in every large group of Indians of America, Jesus Christ lived for about twenty years.

It was described above that the Indians of North America had a lot of similar events from the life of the Jews during the Old Testament. They roamed with the Arch of Jesus like the Jews moving through the desert with the Arch of the Covenant. Jews traveled through the desert after the Exodus. A similar thing happened with the Indians of Central America. Around the year 1000, Quetzalcoatl, like Moses, led a great exodus. He led his followers from Tollan (Central Mexico) to distant Yucatan. Legends say that the leader of Kukulkan captured the city of Chichen Itza in the north of the peninsula. Residents of Chichen Itza recognized his authority and soon began to worship as God.

The name Quetzalcoatl became the title of high priests and rulers of Tollan.

Quetzalcoatl was the God of the winds and the Sun.

The Indians depicted Quetzalcoatl in the form of a bearded man in a mask, with huge lips, or in the form of a snake covered with feathers. A huge number of his images in manuscripts have been preserved. In his honor, the Indians carved huge snakes from stone.

One legend says: “On the banks of the Panuco River appeared white people with beards in long clothes. The friendly guests were well received by the local population. They reached Tollan, where they settled, led by their leader Quetzalcoatl. He was a tall white man with a wide his forehead, big eyes and long black hair and a big broad beard. He was smart, fair and polite. Quetzalcoatl taught people how to work metals and earth. He convinced that it was necessary to adopt a new religion, preached love for one’s neighbor, and also called for repentance and good deeds. Most of the Toltecs were imbued with respect for him. Quetzalcoatl became very popular and lived in Tollan for several years”.

One of the texts says that “He forbade human sacrifice and preached peace.” Initially, the worship of Quetzalcoatl opposed human sacrifices and included the sacrifice of butterflies and hummingbirds.

The 16th-century chronicler Bernard de Sahagun wrote: “Quetzalcoatl was a great civilizer who came to Mexico at the head of a group of foreigners. He brought art to the country and especially encouraged agriculture. In his time, corn cobs were so large that a man could not carry more than one; the cotton grew in different colors, so it did not need to be dyed. He built spacious and beautiful houses and preached a religion that encouraged peace. ”

In the pre-Columbian myth from Mexico, recorded by the Spanish chronicler of the 16th century, Juan de Torquemada, there is a description of Quetzalcoatl:

He was a “ruddy fair-skinned man with a long beard.”

In another text about Him it is written: “A mysterious person … a white man of a powerful physique with a high forehead, large eyes and a flowing beard. He was dressed in a long white shirt almost to the floor. He condemned sacrifices, except for fruits and flowers. His they knew as the god of the world … When they turned to him on military issues, he is said to have covered his ears with his fingers. ”

According to legend, this wise teacher “arrived from across the sea in a boat that moved on its own, without the help of oars. He was a tall, bearded white man who taught people how to use fire for cooking. He also built houses and taught couples to live together as a husband and wife; since people often quarreled in those days, he taught them to live in peace”.

He was like a European, so the Indians mistook the Spanish conquistadors for Quetzalcoatl and the satellites who returned. On the territory of Chichen Itza is also located the Temple of the Beared Man, so-called officially. There are many statues of Olmecs depicting bearded people with an atypical appearance for America. Native America has a weak hairline (beard and mustache). It follows from this that the bearded Teacher was not a local resident, but was a visitor.

God Kukulkan-Quetzalcoatl with the image of the cross

The cross is further evidence of the arrival of Jesus Christ in America long before Columbus. Quetzalcoatl brought with him a mysterious cross; clouds and red crosses were painted on his robes. The Quetzalcoatl cross became a sacred symbol among the Mayan Indians. In Mayan representations, angels had the image of a cross on their foreheads, painted with different colors. Similar crosses were placed on the eyes of the initiates in the mystery. When the Spaniards arrived in Mexico, they brought with them a cross. Upon learning this, the Indians decided that Quetzalcoatl was back because he promised to return in the uncertain future and save his people.

Chronicles of the Indians say that Quetzalcoatl retired to the East. According to legend, before this, Quetzalcoatl gathered himself around his closest students and informed them that he would return on a certain day from the east. When the Spanish conquerors sailed from the east in the year dedicated to Quetzalcoatl, the Indians mistook them for messengers of the divine ruler. When Hernan Cortes from the east arrived in Mexico, the Aztec supreme ruler Moktesum II did not dare to attack him. The ruler feared that it would be a war against God.

Godfrey Higgins describes the symbolism of the cross in America in his book Anacalipsis:

“The Incas had a cross made of beautiful marble or beautiful jasper, from one piece three quarters of an elbow long and three fingers thick. It was kept in the sacred hall of the palace and was highly revered. The Spaniards decorated this cross with gold and jewelry and placed it in the cathedral in Cuzco. Quetzalcoatl is depicted in paintings in the Borgia manuscript nailed to a cross with nails. In volume II in picture 75, God is crucified in heaven in a circle of nineteen figures, the number of the metonic cycle. The snake robs its organs of reproduction. In the same manuscript (p. 4, 72, 73, 75), the Mexican god is depicted crucified and nailed to the cross. In another picture, the cross is red, and the face and hands are black. If it was Arianism or Nestorianism, how could he teach that the crucified Master was black? The name of the crucified god was Quetzalcoatl. ”

Lord Kingsboro writes: “Can we not consider the seventy-third page of the Borgia manuscript as evidence that the Quetzalcoatl was crucified, and that the Jews of the New World attributed to their Messiah not only all the prophecies from the Old Testament, but also all the events of Christ’s life set forth in the Gospels “. From Kingsborough’s Antiquities of Mexico

Lord Kingsboro sought evidence that the Mexicans were descendants of the Jews. He was close to the truth when he identified Quetzalcoatl with Jesus Christ, he was mistaken in considering Mexicans descendants of Jews.

Crucifixion of Christ. Images taken by the ancient Indians


Maya Indians often depicted Kukulkan in the form of blood. The blood of Jesus Christ is the highest shrine in Christianity. In Indian languages and in the name Kukulkan, the word “Kan” means blood. Also in the languages of many peoples of the world the word “Kan” (han, gan …) means “blood”:




Қан (qan)


Кан (kan)




Хун (hun)


Кан (kan)







Hausawa (Nigeria)





Ngwaed (in ancient times, gwaedN; parts of [gwaed] – [N] changed places)

In ancient peoples, the concepts of “blood”, “law”, and “it is possible – forbidden” were close in meaning. This is explained by the law banning the use of blood in food. In this sentence, the words “law”, “prohibition”, “blood” had the same or similar sound. For ancient people, they were the same or almost the same. This law was given to the first people by God after the Flood:

4. But flesh with the life thereof, which is the blood thereof, shall ye not eat.
5. And surely your blood of your lives will I require; at the hand of every beast will I require it, and at the hand of man; at the hand of every man’s brother will I require the life of man.
6. Whoso sheddeth man’s blood, by man shall his blood be shed: for in the image of God made he man.
(Genesis 9:4-6)

For many nations, the word Law comes from the word con, which also means blood. In other words, the law is a trait that cannot be crossed. Blood is a trait that cannot be crossed.

There are peoples (for example, the British) whose word “can” means “allow.” “Can” is also blood and this is the law. The ancient peoples believed that it was allowed to do everything except shedding blood.

The meaning of the name Kukulkan

To decipher the meaning of this name, you need to drop the letter “l”. In the language of the Indians, this letter often does not mean anything, it is simply a feature of the pronunciation of names. The letter “c” is similar and, in a sense, “superfluous”, as an ending in Lithuanian, Latvian, and Greek surnames.

The name Kukulkan (Kukukan) means “Jesus the Blood” or “Jesus the Law” (the concepts of “blood” and “law” were related in ancient peoples).

Kukukan = Kuk + Kan

Kan is blood. A number of peoples in this word replace the letter “k” with the letter “c / s”. Sounds [k] – [с / s] often change.

The word “blood”:

Latin language






Kan (blood) is the “San” of other nations

Thus, “Kukukan” can be in the form of “Kukusan.”

If all the letters “k” in the name Kukukan are replaced by the letter “s”, the form “Sususan” is obtained.

Sususan = Sus + San

Sus = Jesus

San = Blood (or Law)

The similarity of images of Jesus Christ and Kukulkan

The union of the thumb and ring finger on the hands of Jesus Christ and Kukulkan also confirms that this is the same Person.


Quechua (Quehua Qhichwa runa) is an Indian people living in South America (Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia, Chile, Argentina) and is the heir to the cultural tradition of the Inca state. By the time the Spaniards conquered, they were the most powerful of the peoples of America.

The name Quechua is a variation of the name Joshua / Jesus. Jesus brought knowledge, culture and the light of civilization to the peoples of South America as well.


Viracocha – God, the creator of the world, in the representations of many pre-Columbian peoples of the Andean region. In the traditions of these peoples, Viracocha was a pale-faced bearded God who appeared in Tiahuanaco in the time of darkness, carrying with him in the form of gifts light and civilization. Viracocha is Jesus Christ. The word “Viracocha” comes from the name Joshua / Jesus.

The word Viracocha consists of the parts Vira and Cocha. The “Cocha” part corresponds to the name of the Quechua tribe and is a variant of the pronunciation of the name Joshua / Jesus. Perhaps a part of vira means “virny” (Slavic word, faithful). God’s faithfulness is described in the Bible:

Know therefore that the LORD thy God, he is God, the faithful God, which keepeth covenant and mercy with them that love him and keep his commandments to a thousand generations…
(Deuteronomy 7:9)

Perhaps the name Viracocha means “Faithful Jesus.”

According to the Inca, Viracocha is the creator of civilization and one of the main gods. Viracocha created the first eight civilized people.

The religions of the Andes are actually monotheism. Among these peoples there was a tendency to consider all the gods as hypostases of Viracochi-Pach Kamak. There are monotheistic hymns of Viracoce attributed to Pachacutec Yupanki.
One of these hymns:

O Creator, the root of everything
Viracocha, the end of everything
Lord in radiant clothes
Beginner of life and putting everything in order,
Saying: “Let there be a man! Let there be a woman! ”
Creator, creator
You gave life to everyone -
Keep them
May they live in prosperity and happiness,
In safety and peace.
Where are you?
Outside? Inside?
Above this world in the clouds?
Under this world in the shadows?
Hear me!
Answer me!
Take my words to your heart!
Endless centuries
Let me live
Hold me in your arms
Hold me in the palms
Get this offering
Wherever you are, my Lord
My Viracocha.

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