From the The Book of 1 Enoch translated from the Ethiopian by R.H. Charles in 1906, we find a description of the Red and White god in Chapter 106 of Book 5. The relevant passages describe the birth of Noah, as follows:
"And after some days my son Methuselah took a wife for his son Lamech, and she became pregnant by him and bore a son. And his body was white as snow and red as the blooming of a rose, and the hair of his head and his long locks were white as wool, and his eyes beautiful. And when he opened his eyes, he lighted up the whole house like the sun...."
From the Greek, we know that coma means hair and is the root of the word comet. A comet might be described, in the greek as having long locks of hair (its tail), and it certainly could light up the house of the sky, like the sun. But how could its body be red and white? Take a look at the following photographs of a Linear Comet from the European Southern Observatory.
|Red and White Sky God?
More information from the European Southern Observatory
But there are other tales of a Red and White god flying through the sky. For example, there is the legend of Santa Claus and his Eight Deer, a mythical Red and White Character who flies through the sky, which is the subject of a 19th century poem. And what are Eight Deer? For that, we must look to Mixtec legends, a Meso American tribe. There we find that Eight Deer was a mythological hero connected to the Nuhus, red and white sky gods that brought treasure to men. Further we connect nuhu's to Tlaloc, another name, or aspect of Quetzalcoatl. Nuhus, Noah, Comets and Quetzalcoatl? Is it possible they are connected to a cosmic impact event?
"Looking me square in the eye with its singular circular red and white eyeball (which indicates a star) was Tlaloc as the Rain God day sign. He wore a red and white bow on his head. The red and white bow is one of the symbols used for the Red and White Bundles and for the presence of the Nuhus. The "noso" ("ndodo") or "nuhu" in the Nuyoo dialect, "maintains a vast store house of wealth" and is assocated with a yahui or priest who in the Codex Telleriano Remensis is connected to celestial bodies as fire-serpents glossed there as cometas.(Pohl, John, et. al. "Religion, Economy, and Factionalism in Mixtec Boundary Zones" in Codices y Documentos sobre Mxico, Segundo Simposio, Vol. I. p. 210 and p. 215.) The Aztec Tlaloc was believed to reside in mountain caves which were "miraculous treasure houses filled with wealth and prosperity.(Miller and Taube, The Gods and Symbols of Ancient Mexico and the Maya, p. 166) This gives us a reference point that is stronger than just the bundles and spears of the Selden Codex."
See Lords of the Earth
Any theory of a comet impact must have left some evidence in the form a crater on the surface of the earth, if we would seriously consider there is any plausibility to the ancient legends, myths and religious revelations. Does such evidence exist?