Describe the importance of quetzalcoatl in the conquest of the aztecs

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Quetzatcoatl, the Feathered Serpent, was one of the top Aztec deities. In the Aztec culture, he was the patron of priests, inventor of the calendar and the books, protector of goldsmith and artisans. He was a symbol of death and resurrection.  In an irony of destiny, the cult of Quetzalcoatl played a curious role in the Spanish conquest of present-day Mexico. One day in the past, he had departed eastwards, but before leaving, he promised to come back. An old Aztec prophecy said that one day, he´d come back with his people, and he´d arrive from the east. When the first Spanish arrived, the emperor Moctezuma and his entourage believed that Hernán Cortés and his men were  the people of Quetzalcoatl. This fatal mistake, culturally induced, helped the Spanish to deceive the Aztecs and other Indian peoples for their conquest purposes.

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Quetzatcoatl, the Feathered Serpent, was one of the top Aztec deities. In the Aztec culture, he was the patron of priests, inventor of the calendar and the books, protector of goldsmith and artisans. He was a symbol of death and resurrection.  In an irony of destiny, the cult of Quetzalcoatl played a curious role in the Spanish conquest of present-day Mexico. One day in the past, he had departed eastwards, but before leaving, he promised to come back. An old Aztec prophecy said that one day, he´d come back with his people, and he´d arrive from the east. When the first Spanish arrived, the emperor Moctezuma and his entourage believed that Hernán Cortés and his men were  the people of Quetzalcoatl. This fatal mistake, culturally induced, helped the Spanish to deceive the Aztecs and other Indian peoples for their conquest purposes.

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The Aztecs believed that they lived under the sun of Quetzalcoatl, the feathered serpent god, god of creation, learning and the wind. The sun moves with your breath. When warriors die, their souls turn into rare feathered birds and fly to the sun.

Quetzalcoatl was the king of the City of the Gods. It was totally pure, innocent and good. No task was too humble for him. He even swept the paths for the rain gods, so that they could make it rain.

The Aztecs believed that they lived under the sun of Quetzalcoatl, the feathered serpent god, god of creation, learning and the wind. The sun moves with your breath. When warriors die, their souls turn into rare feathered birds and fly to the sun.

Quetzalcoatl was the king of the City of the Gods. It was totally pure, innocent and good. No task was too humble for him. He even swept the paths for the rain gods, so that they could make it rain.



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