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South America -- Part 1

By Michael Johnathan McDonald

 

Primordial: means: “Before their history.”

 

The Arrival of the Aztecs

 

Among the last of the Chichimec tribes to arrive in the valley were the Aztecs, or Mexica. In fact , when the Spaniards asked them, they told them their name was “Meshica.” . The Spanish had no “sh” sound , so the Spanish just called them Me-Jico, or i.e. Mexico.

 

The Aztecs are the most powerful and militant group of all the Indian History. They are certainly not as advanced as the Mayans were, at any rate, every boy as a baby was given bows and arrows and girls brooms.  You can see how this society breads their young to be warriors.  The learned science and human rights were the furthest from their minds. Their astronomy and math was never close to that of the Mayans brilliance, and the Mayans who had city-states, and form of democratic male-only voting for councilmen of the towns showed a further civilized people.

 

large group that came from the north probably Chiemoscon, which means ‘the place of the seven caves,’ and the Aztlan, which means,’ place of the white reeds.’ They are lead by their god Huitzitpochtle, the main warrior god, whose name means  ‘humming bird-god of war.’

 

As the legend goes on there way down the met this girl. Her name, Coallicue, was sweeping up at the pyramids and a feathered ball fell from the sky and she put it into her bosom. Then later she looked for the feathered ball but could not find it, but had 900 babies. This probably meant that the tribe settled down and took many women for wives and had a slew of children of the first generation of that  place for their lineage. The ledged goes on to say that after 899 children later, the last kid comes out and sees the threat to the ruler ship of his siblings and slaughters them all and tosses them up to the sun.  A metaphor for the Pyramids of the males that are their thrones and symbolize the male dominate.

 

Since this kid is the only one left he becomes the god man, or the demi-god, making up stories out of his own insaneness’ after his slaughtering brought him madness in blood. He makes up the story that he came out of his mothers womb fully armored and ready fro battle. This story is used to brand the tribe as a people who will always have to fight continually. This mirrors the story of King David’s sins in his own recognition that the sword would follow his lineage because he was a man of the sword.

 

As he became an adult and obviously totally insane he delusional the idea that in order for him to stay alive as long as possible he had to sacrifice many humans on a regular basis and cut out their hearts while they are alive with a obsidian knife usually one of a pyramids (So people could see in fear) on a rock slab and raise the heart and show people the bring that heat to him so he could comp down on it.  This was not the end of the sacrificee, as their bodies were thrown down from the mount to be boiled then eaten by the leaders officials. Yes cannibalism was a staple of this uncivilized people.

 

Montecazhoma was one of the later kings who began mass sacrifice’s of the common people who he hated with passion. He started to ravish the land. He murders anyone who looked at him. You could never turn your back on him either as that was an insult. Everyone bows their heads to this demon when he passed.

 

Aztecs recorded history on bark that they turned into paper. They were history buffs, as most civilizations due the same, placing much emphasis on “oratory,” possibly because making paper took too much energy away from their scarifying pleasures. Anyway, placing history in print was a sure way of preserving their dastardly deeds of hell on earth ritualistic murder. In other words writing down their crimes would surely place them in the annals of recorded history as lower than animals.

 

They bathed in the Cenote, or springs and most took baths twice a day – especially the upper classes. They had starvation of their poor, and didn’t care. Poverty was a staple of the lower class who had to work primarily for the upper class. Basically they reigned 40 provinces and estimated 30,000,000 Indians.

 

The Aztecs were told by their spiritual advisor were to make their home city. ( Capital) “ When you find an eagle on a rock with a serpent in his mouth.” Tenochitian is where they settled and called their capital.  There were three causeways leading to the mainland, this was in order of safety as well as ingenuity of protection from invaders.

 

This is around 1300-1500 and the location of the Aztec was located in central Mexico, the city was located on top of a lake. There was some mountains around it also there was a large plot of land that still grew as they conquered. They had something called a chinampas, which is a floating garden with a jungle around it and a warm climate all around it. They put mud from the bottom of he lake to build their buildings and they all had canoes.  (Primitive boat)

 

The Aztecs were into collecting other Indian tribes and making them slaves to them. They would lie, coerce, or anything they could to conquer them.  In the beginning the Aztecs were subservient to their powerful neighbors in Azcapotzalco, the powerful tribe in the lake country in the late fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries.

 

 

Aztec Cosmos - Calendar

Aztecs believe they are in their fifth-year cycle, a cycle that every 52 years has a chance that a great cataclysm will destroy the earth. There are four squares in the middle of their base calandar that touch the centerpiece that is Tonatuih’s Face, the face of the sun, Lord of heaven, which around take place all daily and periodic phenomena.

1. Ocelotonatiuh ( Jaguar Sun) – Was the first and most remote of the four cosmogonic epochs.

2. Ehecatonaatiuh (The Winds Sun) The second mythological epoch.

3. Quiauhtonatian ( Rain Of Fire Sun) Third cosmogonic epoch.

4. Atonatiuh ( Water Sun) – the fourth epoch were everything is supposed to end.

 

Every 52 years the Aztecs would accent a large hill and have orgies and multiple bonfires and get stinking drunk and party to they puked.  They think the world is coming to an end, so they live it up, as any normal person would do at the time.  At 12:00 midnight they all looked up at the Pleiades, what they called the seven systems, and if a major catastrophe didn’t happen, than they knew they were safe for another 52 years.

 

All Indian tribes traded human slaves, so racism directed at Caucasian is just that, it seems that every culture has their own slave traders, including the Africans in this century, so sell their poorer folk into slavery to more affluent families in Northern Africa in the 1990s.

 

Quetzalcoatl, who was original Toltec, even though every other tribe claimed him as their descendant, was a benevolent god.  He did not like the fact of human sacrifice and ripping out live-beating hearts with obsidian knives on slabs atop a pyramid in a ritual of blood and gruesomeness.

 

Quetzalcoatl meant: ‘Quetzal,’ Feathered, l ‘coatl,’ serpent.  A play on words meaning a nice bad-ass. He is pictured with light blond hair and complexion and was believed to be the equivalent of the Hebrew Adam, who was from a garden of multi-colored cotton.  ( A type of their version of garden of Eden)

 

The Aztecs will forge a huge land mass of control from the upper middle of Mexico to present day Panama, or Vera Crews. Here they collected tribute from everyone. If you did not contribute especially after a third warning they kill you off – simple as that. People feared the Aztecs as they were less than civilized. Aztecs had few friends among them.

 

Their punishments were better known as intolerable compared to the Mayan civilization.

 

For example: Thieves were stoned, adulterous Indians were wrapped up in sheets than beaten severely, sometime death, homosexuals were hung, compared to Mayan very tolerant homosexual policy – even promoting little boys have sex with themselves as their first sexual awareness.  If you slandered somebody your lips were cut off. This parallels the Muslim punishments.

 

Montezuma was another historical leader who you could not turn your back on either or be killed. He is known for his bravery and History, probably because he was the one who had it written down for him and kept in place with his power and money.

 

 

In 1957, a comet appeared in the sky which was close to being viewed as an omen to the Aztecs. Montezuma kept pricking his body and throwing his blood onto stone idols , a great ritual many Indians did believing this would conjure op their prays to be answered, which did nothing.

 

It was prophesized that Quetzalcoatl returned after being kicked out by a dark lord Indian who’s black magic was stronger than the saint Indian. So in 1591 Cortez the Spanish conquer arrived to fill the prophecy, that many historians just say incredible timing.

 

The year 1519 approached, the year in which according to Aztec lore the gog-king Quetzalcoatl might return to reclaim the realm from which he had been driven out by the evil forces.  The Aztec Empire has traditionally been regarded as an inferior or deficient political organization in comparison with the Inca Empire. [1]

 

Quetzalcoatl was a reformer who like Jesus Christ called off human sacrifices and began to replace the ritual with a form of imitation, using  various non threatening objects. Jesus gave us bread and wine as a substitute, and Quetzalcoatl wanted to replace inanimate objects like these to use in the same fashion. Now this is what started a splitting up of the old ways for the new. In effect, as a result, the glorious Toltec golden age of learning ( see better societies in art and literature are periods with out war longing society) began to get rich and jealousy and greed went into to who should have what as Quetzalcoatl became older and close to the end of his reign. The mafia, so to speak of the Indians wanted to grab the money from the religious duties and profit and force back on society the old- sacrifice ways of black magic, or the same old leftist, devil, evil ways. Well the evil won. This happened according to legends that “this struggle found fanciful expression in the native legend that tells how the black magic of the enchanter Tezcatlipoca caused the saintly priest-king Quetzalcoatl to fall from grace and drove him into exile from Tula.[2]

 

It is quite possibly that at a party Quetzalcoatl became so drunk he slept with the wrong women or something he was never seen doing bring great embarrassment from his enemies. Which in my opinion does not mean that you through the baby out with the bathwater and bring back human sacrifice.

 

In conclusion, Quetzalcoatl was known as a benevolent god , because he didn’t like human sacrifices and also, his myth out lived his persona as the creator of man, mirroring the Biblical Adam. He is viewed as living in Tula, the garden of Eden type, with colored cotton surrounding him. He is called the redeemer and as predicted when Cortez arrived on the shores of Americas, that he would return to release his vengeance against the evil ones.

Mayans

Mayans had many gods whom they worshipped and believed in nine hells and  seven heavens. Only one transcendent god who was abstract that gave birth to all of them.

 

They wrote also on bark called a codices, folded like an accordion.

 

Marriages were arranged – long blouses in which they tied a knot on their blouses indicating marriage, this was a form of meaning of  tying the knot.”

 

About 900 A.D. there civilization disappeared. They will sacrifice peoples who they conquered, many malnutrition babies and much poor and hungry among the poor. They did horrible human sacrifice like the Aztecs.

 

More freedom than other tribes, the Mayans had city-states as a concept of the Ancient Greece. They had a form of voting for local councilmen and community leaders. Only the men could vote. Along with this freedom their cultured advances to a higher degree and could be considered close to a civilization, minus the human rights violations ( Human Sacrifices). Almost all aspects of their way of life were more advanced than the Aztecs or Incas, the two larger historical Indian cultures. In that war of the Aztecs continual fighting they never settled down for learned studies as they had no time and Incas were a full fledged empire also so they never became close to the same level as the Mayan culture in History.

 

Writing was a form of hieroglyphs. There height was about five foot-two to five foot-three inches. A peculiar characteristic is that the society considered cross eyes a form of beauty, especially the upper class. In this, they begin to invent ways of conditioning the eyes of the babies to become crossed. There looks took large precedence in culture as modern mans in the late 20th Century when young adults began tattooing and piercing their bodies far beyond mere earring adornments for the body. Also the upper-class distinguished themselves from the pack with filing the front teeth down to points as vampires would look. They wore glittery stones on the front teeth and even managed to wear forms of wigs in putting their hair up in dazzling headdresses. The upper the class the more elaborate and big the head dressing became. Cosmetics were made from the various roots and minerals in the areas they inhabited.

 

They had two calendars, that they called wheels, and one was for religion with 288 days and the closet to modern day colander was 365 days in a year. They based astronomical observations at the top of their list as it was important in planting crops and other important things such as harvesting and when to sow. They also had a numbering system that is said to contain the first zero. This is not  the case as the Sumerians who didn’t have the symbol of the zero, yet had a delete number sign indicating when a number was supposed to be in a slot that a mention of a real zero. So the Sumerians used and knew of the concept of zero and had to employ their form of the subscripts to keep their business records of trade.

 

Mayans tolerated homosexuals in their societies compared the Aztecs who would hand anyone suspected or caught have a same sex relation. From little boys who were encourage to have their first sexual experience with other little boys this was not a problem in their society.

 

1.                                        What  we have recently learned about the  civilization known as the Teotihuacán’s?

 

Excavators and archeologist working inside the Pyramid of the Moon in Teotihuacán Mexico, find new discoveries revealing that Mexico’s Teotihuacán was not the peaceful, pastoral culture experts long thought it was. Source:  a Los Angeles Times piece Nov. 12, 2002 by Thomas H. Maugh II ( Times Staff Writer [Discovery: from page 18])

 

A series of discoveries by Japanese archeologist is shattering the long-held belief that the inhabitants of Mexico’s mysterious Teotihuacán – the City of the Gods – were a peaceful people who manage to build a metropolis without having a warlike despot typically associated with vast empires,” according to the report.

 

Discoveries show that the Teotihuacán’s were just as warlike as the Mayans and connections to royal families of the Mayan ruling groups and Teotihuacán’s had direct relations, according to the report.

 

Archeologist Saburo Sugiyama has unearth bodies of hundreds of bound captives of war, indicating that the cities rulers were well-versed in mayhem.

 

Sugiyama has been at this since 1983 when he made his first major discovery around the temple of the Feathered Serpent, a smaller structure a little more than a mile from the Pyramid of the Moon. He unearthed a massive burial site containing 18 sacrificed men, the first evidence of such ruthless behavior. The men were dressed as soldiers and buried with obsidian-tipped spears and other weapons, the report goes on to say.”

 

“Continuing their excavation toward the center of the temple, the tem was shocked to intersect a jagged tunnel. Following it to the center, they found the remains of 20 more sacrificed soldiers. Disappointingly, they also found three large pits that apparently been emptied by looters.”

 

2.                                        Who was Quetzalcoatl?  Why is he important to the indians of Central America?

 

He will try to change the Indian society from their evil ways

He was considered the benevolent god by most tribes of South America

His legend will survive do to the timing of their calendar doom date, in reference to Cortez’ arrival to conquer the New World. (the indians of South America)

 

Quetzalcoatl, who was original Toltec, even though every other tribe claimed him as their descendant, was a benevolent god.  He did not like the fact of human sacrifice and ripping out live-beating hearts with obsidian knives on slabs atop a pyramid in a ritual of blood and gruesomeness. He will fight to change this in indian culture.

 

Quetzalcoatl meant: ‘Quetzal,’ Feathered, l ‘coatl,’ serpent.  A play on words meaning a nice bad-ass. He is pictured with light blond hair and complexion and was believed to be the equivalent of the Hebrew Adam, who was from a garden of multi-colored cotton.  ( A type of their version of garden of Eden) [see: 2 The Arrival of the Aztecs]

 

 

3.                                        Montezuma II was in a state of angst at the turn of the 16th Century.  Why was he and the Aztecs so fearful?

 

 

Their punishments were better known as intolerable compared to the Mayan civilization.

Massive Sacrifice of captives and own who rulers didn’t like.

Quetzalcóatl legend and he knew by way of runners ( communications of that day) of appearance of someone fitting the description of Quetzalcóatl, by the name Cortés

Possibly at that time the Aztecs were fighting with each other and their enemies were plotting and arrival of Cortés brought  Montezuma II angst.

 

Montezuma II became ruler in 1502, at this time the Aztecs are at the height of their despotic empire exacting tribute from perhaps 25 million indians. The Aztecs wage war without cause, making them feared throughout the lands. He inherited from his uncle an empire of 5-6 million people that stretched from present-day Mexico to Nicaragua.

 

The Aztec political system on the eve of the Conquest was a mixture of royal despotism and theocracy. 2 Montezuma II knew about the conquistadors and feared by way of communication runners that they were coming to get him. Being almighty in his world this must have irked him, to say the least. Basically he knows he is in trouble.

 

“Aztec belief in the prophesied return of the god Quetzalcóatl, whose description the conquistador H. Cortés resembled, contributed to his downfall. Cortés, who had made alliances with tribes eager to be rid of Aztec domination, held Montezuma prisoner in Tenochtitlán, and he died in custody,” 4

 

Montecazhoma (old version of name)  was one of the later kings who began mass sacrifice’s of the common people who he hated with passion. He started to ravish the land. He murders anyone who looked at him. You could never turn your back on him either as that was an insult. Everyone had to bows their heads to this demon when he passed.

 

4.                                        The Inka Empire survived without little or no unemployment, little or no crime and no hunger. How was this possible?

 

One would suspect propaganda or not enough evidence, because every empire has the same formulas as above.

 

Forced Labor of all peoples by El Inka ( the ruler)

Great roadways, used by the rulers runners who took monthly stats on who is working and who is not.

They had supreme agriculture system on the Andes mountain range.

Too stoned: Cocaine was the number one luxury of the Inkas and most widely used in their upper class, and restricted to the modest. ( Yet, who would notice if you just went out after work and hand picked some leaves for the nights consumption as many most undoubtedly did.)

Academia for the moment wants you to believe this argument.

Great technical social engineering of the Inkas that ensured a modest well-being for all.

 

 

 Twelve months of lunar time substituted fro the Inka’s calendar.

updaed 11 20 2016ad

Am e RiCA = #antiwhites because its name derives from Human sacrifice Aztec cultures who hunted and rounded up humans for live human sacrifice so the people of #Teotihuacán     could hear and #masturbate to the screams of humans' having their hearts cut out while alive.  Whites do not like this culture and there is the cultural clashes we 're experiencing.
 
Why? The Human #sacrificers are reincarnating into USA now.

 

 

[1] History of Latin America the Ancient America to 1910 by Keen Haynes. (2000) Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston New York ISBN: 0-395-97713-4

 

 

2 History of Latin America the Ancient America to 1910 by Keen Haynes. (2000) Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston New York ISBN: 0-395-97713-4

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[1] History of Latin America the Ancient America to 1910 by Keen Haynes. (2000) Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston New York ISBN: 0-395-97713-4

 

 

[2] History of Latin America the Ancient America to 1910 by Keen Haynes. (2000) Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston New York ISBN: 0-395-97713-4

 

 



 

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