The Rupturians, a highly advanced civilization from the Triangulum galaxy, send us the warning that our planet is going to be hit by the gamma-ray burst (GRB) of
the binary star WR104 supernova explosion, causing mass extinction on Earth. Our only hope for salvation is Tepeu, a Mayan boy who is predestined to
receive in his body the spiritual force of the Rupturians, and to get access to their advanced technology to build a GRB protective shield
|Xquic, converted to a Quetzal, is sacrificed in the Mayan ritual for the return of Kukulkan (Quetzalcoatl)
Traveling from Earth to the planet New Earth in the Andromeda galaxy via teleportation, at the replica of the pyramid of Kukulkan (Quetzalcoatl) that was built there
by the Rupturians, Tepeu, with the assistance of his gradfather, the Mayan priest Gucumatz, performs an ancient Mayan ritual for the return of Kukulkan that involves the
sacrifice of a Quetzal bird. The Quetzal bird explodes in a myriad of colors that open up the gate to Xibalba, the underground dimension, where there is no time and no
space, and where he can communicate with the last of the Rupturians.
|The gamma-ray burst of the WR104 supernova is about to hit the Earth
We are at the verge of extinction!
Tepeu performs the final steps of the Mayan ritual in a replica that the Rupturians built in New Earth of the underground world of Cenote, the sacred well of sacrifice in
Chichen Itza, at the moment when a beam of light touches the tip of the stalactite.
Written by Al Herrera (Alberto Herrera Guzmán)
Directed by Al Herrera & Michael Martinez
|Facing mass extinction on Earth, our only way out is via teleportation to the planet New Earth in the Andromeda galaxy. New
Earth is a planet in a three stars system: Two suns on the right side and one on the left. The sunset and the dawn occur
The Rupturians built a replica in New Earth of the Mayan pyramid El Castillo, for us to perform there an ancient Mayan ritual for the
return of Kukulkan, the Feathered Serpent.
With sun lights coming from opposite sides, the sunset shows Kukulkan's shadow descending the pyramid ("leaving"),
and the dawn shows Kukulkan's shadow ascending ("returning").
In the Mayan ritual for the return of Kukulkan or Quetzalcoatl, the pyramid itself represents the serpent. A real Quetzal flies down
and up along with the shadow, and it is sacrificed in the end.