Nican Tlaca
August 27, 2015

Nican Tlaca – What does it mean?

Nican Tlaca Nican Tlaca is a Nahuatl (Mexica, Aztec, etc.) term used to refer to “the (indigenous) people” in their relation to the foreign invaders (Spanish/Christians.) From my understanding, while it has been documented as being used at least since the 1500’s, it was made popular in recent times by the organization Mexica Movement with the intention of creating...
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August 9, 2012

Mexica Identity

Mexica — as used on this site Mexica pronounced (meh-shee-ka) is a broad term used on here to refer the collective of Mexican area Indigenous peoples of which there are many.  Most people who claim Mexica today cannot actually claim that exact lineage. More accurately we compromised of numerous Indigenous nations within Mexico (“Meso-America.”) Descendants of the P’urhepecha,...
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Aztec Mayan Judging
July 31, 2012

Judging & Acknowledging are Two Different Things

“Don’t judge me.” “I’m sorry I didn’t mean to judge you.” “It’s not right to judge others.” I hear the term “Judging” used a lot in sentiments similar to the above.  In this usage of the word I feel it mostly misused and misunderstood. It’s one thing to Judge someone/something and it’s another thing to...
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