One of the principal gods of the Aztec was Quetzalcoatl, who's best known as the 'feathered serpent'.
He and his 3 incarnations form Tezcatlipoca, who was known as the inventor of books and the calendar,
the giver of maize corn to mankind, and as a symbol of death and ressurection.
Quetzalcoatl and his counterparts were typically envisioned as glowing entities manifesting themselves
in lightning or other streaks of light and reflections displayed in the sky, cosmos, and through mirrors.
Temple of the Dreaming Serpent is the astral connection between the Earth and the Stars,
that casts a serpents shadow as their smoking mirrors reflect light in the dark .