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The Hopi legend of Pahana or "Lost White Brother"
When he and his colleagues lived and taught on Earth many thousands of years ago (almost like an interstellar "Peace Corps"), Quetzalcoatl-Kukulkan seemingly taught not only in central America to the Olmecs or Mayans, but also in north America to many native tribes there such as the Pueblo, Anasazi or Fort Ancient. To them he was known as "Pahana" or "Awanyu". The Hopi people in particular kept detailed oral histories about him, including what would happen someday when he returned:
"Pahana is the Lost White Brother of the Hopi. Most legends have it that Pahana left for the east at a time when the Hopi entered the Fourth World and began their migrations. However, the Hopi say that he will return again; and at his coming the wicked will be destroyed, and a new age of peace will be ushered in. Their legend of the Pahana seems intimately connected with the Aztec story of Quetzalcoatl from central America. Such similarity is furthered by the common representation of Pahana-Awanyu in Hopi or Pueblo art as a horned or plumed serpent. Those figures bear a striking resemblance to images of Quetzalcoatl the feathered serpent in Mexico." (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hopi_mythology).
"My people await Pahana, the lost White Brother from the stars, as do all of our brothers in the land. He will not be like the white men we know now, who are cruel and greedy. We were told of their coming long ago. But still we await Pahana."---White Feather of the Hopi,1960 (see www.loveforlife.com.au/node/2308).
Several remarkable crop pictures suggest that those crop artists are capable of time travel
Are these crop images being sent to us from the distant past, by the historical Quetzalcoatl or his colleagues? Possibly, but we cannot know for sure. Another possibility is that those crop artists have some kind of messaging capability through space or time, which uses in physics what is known as as a "wormhole" or "closed time-like curve".
"As time is incorporated into the structure of space-time, the theory of general relativity becomes filled with closed time-like curves. A closed time-like curve allows for time travel, in the sense that any observer who travels on a trajectory through space-time along such a curve will return to some event that coincides with his departure".
Thus, some of those crop artists may have lived on Earth in the distant past: say in the Avebury region of England, central America or Germany, but that does not mean they are located there "now". A more precise way of describing this situation would be to say that they are still "connected" to our present time and space by means of a space-time wormhole or "conduit", as described at Crabwood in 2002