Thank you Manfred. The stories of Quetzalcoatl as a benevolent god, and his past and future reign of peace are hard to find. Most of the information we have is post conquest and written by the conquerers. Unless you look at the older myths and pre-conquest texts it is easy to miss. Go to Comment
They are as connected as night and day. This started out as something for Muro's scroll (but I didn't know Muro wanted short blurbs when I wrote them). I will be glad to add a hook or two and to expand on the connection and duality of the two characters. Any other information people are interested in?
Lovers have often shared a cup of this sweet-tart pomegranate mead in the hope of benefitting from its unique properties. Many have found only sadness in their cup. When shared by two people who are truly in love Persephone's Bane ensures that they will be bound together for all time. If they should attempt to part, or circumstance should seek to devide them, they will inevitably be drawn back to each other. Should one lover be false, it will set them on a quest to regain their real true love at any cost. The true lover who is left behind will seek to reclaim his love with the same fervor. Even death can not break the bond. Go to Comment
A civilization which constructs of irregular shapes constructed of a light metal, heaped together so that they stand on each other; these structures rattle and bend in the wind or at a push, but ultimately hang together except under heavy force (such as cannonballs, falling stones, floods)