Thursday, July 9, 2009

Native Headdress Mayan Crop Circle UK 2009

On the 5th of July, 2009 an awe inspiring Mayan Motif Crop Circle formation was reported at Silbury Hill near Avebury, Wiltshire. This magnificent crop circle resembles a Native American Headdress with a prominent Mayan Motif symbolizing solar flares, coronal mass ejections represented as dots on the feathers of the headdress. It has a zig zag pattern to it ... signature of the feathered serpent, Quetzalcoatl, 'The Radiant One' who is expected to make his return any time now ...

The Native Americans are known for having rather animated headdresses. For them the headdress was not just about aesthetic value. Rather it had deep spiritual significance.

In general, head hair was considered to be the extension of the soul for the Native American Indians. Hence they would use various forms of personal medicine and ornaments to decorate the hair. This was topped off with a truly breathtaking headdress.

While the Native American Indian headdress did make the wearer stand out there was much deeper meaning associated with it. The headdress stood as an expression of the beliefs of the wearer. The Natives believed that by carrying various items they could actually acquire the powers of other animals. This enabled the wearer to gather wisdom and develop an insight that would help him in his daily life.

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