The Toltecs were legendary sculptors and artists, who left impressive monuments and stone carvings behind. They were religious warriors who spread the cult of their god Quetzalcoatl to all corners of their empire.
The story of Quetzalcoatl is the journey of a serpent that grows wings on its chest. It symbolizes the journey of becoming a heart-centered conscious being. Tula and Chichen-Itza are undeniably connected: both share architectural and thematic similarities that extend far beyond their worship of Quetzalcoatl.
Archaeologists originally surmised that the Toltecs conquered Chichen-Itza, but it's now generally accepted that exiled Toltec nobles likely settled there and brought their culture with them.
For us, Tula is the portal to our spiritual dimension: we come from the stars, from infinity, and at the end of our lives, we return, to infinity. Our journey here on earth is a journey of awareness. We remember who we are and what we came here to do while visiting Tula.