(More about Teraquetzals)
Tera and Quetzal are both names for certain flying dinosaurs, Pterodactyl and Quetzalcoatl.
Tera = 10^12 is a billion multiplied by a million of a million something like that
Quetzal = Is a bird and is a beautiful one
Quetzalcoatl = To a Pre-hispanic God of Mexico.
It is believed that Quetzalcoatl is Jesus Christ himself... how?
Well lets just say that in the bible there's like no shit about Jesus from the ages of 12 to 30 and when he comes back he says "My herd has grown" so people from here believe that. Anyway, in Mexica mythology, Quetzalcoatl was described as a man with a white beard and shit... anyway Quetzalcoatl disappeared one day not before saying that he will come back in a different form how? Don't ask me.
- The Name Quetzalcoatl is composed of two words
1)Quetzal = A type of Bird 2) Coatl = serpent...
So Quetzalcoatl = serpent with feathers... meaning maybe The merge of heaven and earth (that's why that shit about Jesus Christ).
So Teraquetzals = Maybe means the last bird with a billions of a billion of a million wings.
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