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Mexica Perspective on Gregorian New Years

Just clear things up, I don’t mean to disrespect anyone celebrating today as their new year. And if you wish me a Happy New Year , I happily accept the well wishes. But just so yall understand, I promote the superiority of Indigenous Calendars not to be a cultural (or in this case Calendrical) elitist...
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Zapata Mexica Indigenous

Method for Dealing with Organizational Problems | Zapatista Philosophy

Zapatista Philosophy on Methods for Dealing with Organizational Problems. A great read to consider for any endeavors dealing with community organizing or any organizing for that matter.
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Indigenous Leadership Mexica

Reflection on Organizational Leadership, Ego, and Humbleness

A Personal Reflection and Advice on Organizational Leadership, Ego, and Humbleness...and the necessity to be vigilant with our mental and spiritual discipline.
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Huehueteotl | Mexica

Enjoy Your New Sun | Huehueteotl Poem

A Poem I whipped up thinking about The Sacred Fire and The Drum, but same thing I guess. Huehueteotl Tayecana.
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Feminine Dimension of Water | Chalchiuhtlique

The following is an excerpt from John Mini’s “The Aztec Virgin.” It gives a brief but beautiful insight on the feminine aspects of water.  As with all the “Gods”, Deities, Energies, or whatever word one wants to use, the myriad faces of Creation’s manifestations are very poetic and profound. John Mini’s books are a great...
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Nahuatl Greetings

Basic Nahuatl Phrases & Greetings

Last updated: October 17, 2016 Hello:  Pialli (pee-ahh-lee) Please:  NimitztlaTlauhtia(nee-meetz-tla-tlaw-ti-ah) Thank You:  Tlazocamati (tlah-so-cah-mah-tee) Thank You very Much:  Tlazohcamati huel miac. (tlah-so-cah-mah-tee wehl me-ahk) You’re Welcome/It’s nothing:  Ahmitla (ahh-mee-tla) Excuse me:  Moixpantzinco (mo-eesh-pahntz-ink-oh) How Are You?  Quenin tica?/Quen timohuica? (keh-nihn tee-kah/ kehn-ti-mo-we-kah) And You\You as Well:  Huan Tah (wahn-tah) Good:  Cualli (kwal-lee) Very Good:  Cualli Cualli (kwal-lee, kwal-lee) Not Good/Bad: ...
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Toltec Mexica Prayer

Tolteca Prayer for Beginners

Prayer is the backbone of Indigenous ways. Anyone who says otherwise is full of it. The people have lost faith in their Grand Creator, traditions, and the medicine ways of their ancestors. Indigenous people as a collective have fell for the colonizers cheap spell that Native ways and medicines are superstitious and backwards. Some may...
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