Practice of spatial travel
Toltec practices of moving Morning Star are based on understanding alchemic transformations, which occur in human body. They involve not only certain sequences of movements but also creating their links with sides and corners of the world. This practice is based on the art of movement developed by Toltec magicians.
The Indians called Venus “Morning Star” or “Evening Star” depending on the position of this planet at different times of the year. Quetzalcoatl was considered to be the God of Venus’s “Morning Star”. Being "morning star", he was Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli - direct translation of this word is “The Ruler of Sunrise Star”. Venus can often be seen in daytime (in daytime we can see from the Earth only two planets apart from the Sun – Venus and the Moon).
Even ancient Babylonians (1600 BC) as well as Olmec and Maya civilisations placed high emphasis on Venus as one of the brightest stars (third brightest star on our sky after the Sun and the Moon). Maya even invented a religious calendar based on Venus´s motion.