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In Yucatan Maya mythology, Kukulcan ("feathered serpent") was a supreme feathered snake god, one of all three groups of gods who created Earth and humanity. He was the god of resurrection and reincarnation. He taught mankind civilization and agriculture. He controlled the four elements - earth, fire, air and water. He is described as comparable to the Quche Maya Gucumatz, and the Aztec Quetzalcoatl. He is less of a god than Quetzalcoatl because he does not control the sun and wind.
Kukulcan was a culture hero who taught the Toltecs, and later the Maya, the arts of civilization, including codes of law, agriculture, fishing and medicine. He came from an ocean, and eventually returned to it. According to Mayan legend, Kukulcan will return to the Earth during the End times. He also represents the forces of good and evil, similar to the yin-yang paradigm of Oriental religions.