Mayan Mysteries Explained
The Feathered Serpent Speaks

For centuries, Mayan Mysteries have capitvated anthropologists, archeologists and students of ancient history.

The Feathered Serpent Speaks, A Message of Love, Transformation & Happiness… A Memoir, by Mayan Elder Jeanette O'Donnal, presents a fresh perspective of these mysteries in an extraordinary personal memoir.

Jeanette, whose father was contractedby the U.S. Government at the end of World War II to build the first U.S. rubber plantation in Guatemala, spent the first 12 years of her life living on the plantation.

During this time she discovered a fascination for the Mayan ruins and the extraordinary artifacts linked to mysterious symbols whose true meaning remained hidden.

Jeanette O'Donnal Mayan Elder

Ancient Mayan history seemed to resonate with her own inner truths.

She identified strongly with her Guatemalan mother’s Hispanic heritage and enjoyed listening to ancient folk tales about these amazing gods, especially KuKulkahn, the “Winged Serpent,” who was known to have walked the earth and at a certain appointed time, ascended and became immortal.

Was all of this really true? Jeanette wondered. After resettling in the U.S., Jeanette continued to “dance with the mystery” of these symbols.

For example, what was the real meaning of the Feathered or Winged Serpent? Was he really a mortal at one time before he became deified?

Ultimately, Jeanette found the answers to her questions, but they were not what she had expected. Mayan Mysteries were not so mysterious after all, she realized.

Jeanette O'Donnal - Winged Serpent

The best part of her discovery was the extraordinary joy and release she experienced once all the pieces to her puzzle finally fit together.

Jeanette O’Donnal is an active Mayan elder, furthering the principles of freedom and harmony: "Build a strong spirit of love, trust and sovereignty and you will erect a great world of peace."

She is a skillful motivational speaker and enjoys creating flash fiction and short stories with characters that express metaphysical and mystical flavor. Mayan Mysteries has become a popular topic for her seminars.

The cover art for The Feathered Serpent Speaks is by Jose Garcia, “The Birth of Ku Kul Can,” represented by Seventh Street Gallery.

Jeanette’s first book, The Making Of A Master: Tracking Your Self-Worth, also published by Dandelion Books, is a prequel or handbook for The Feathered Serpent Speaks.

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