Teotihuacan (ast. Teōtīhuacān) is the place where the gods were born, or the city of gods. The correct network of streets intersecting at right angles to the central avenue of the city shows that Teotihuacan was developed by carefully orchestrated plan. In its heyday it was a city with a well-organized way of life, which was headed by rigid rulers. The priests who had knowledge of astronomy, have followed social life and exercised considerable influence on the minds of residents.
One of the main and oldest buildings of Teotihuacan is the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon (a height of 42 meters). The "Moon" Pyramid - the top view (standing in a place of the number twelve). The design of the pyramid is executed in such way that when the hands of the clock reach number twelve – they pass through the pyramid by cutting another period of time.
Quetzalcoatl (Quezalcoatl Ketsalkoatl, ast. Quetzalcōātl - «Feathered serpent" – is an ancient symbol of freedom: - in the Nahuatl language it is the name of the deity of ancient America, one of the chief gods of pantheons of Aztecs and other civilizations of Central America.
By its static nature the Feathered Serpent interlaces harmoniously with straight lines of the streets of Teotihuacan.
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