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Regaining Our Harmony Through the Tonalpohualli

Regaining Our Harmony Through the Tonalpohualli by Luis R. Pesia A subject that in my experience in Chicano Studies, or other areas where our ancestral culture is discussed, that is touched upon but never really understood is the count of the daily solar energies, or Tonalpohualli in Nahuatl. The Tonalpohualli is understanding the science of...
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Toltec Poem | Quimichipilli

.. again

  Abyss of Loneliness I sit here with you.. again, with my Tears that I only partially comprehend with your Air of Divine Self-discovery that I really do appreciate but,  why am I here.. again? Never saw it coming, you’re pretty slick. My reckless love style makes me easy to catch huh? I’ve been stuck...
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Mexica Spirituality

Mexica Prayer & Spirituality

The word “Prayer” and how it will be used on this site:  ‘Prayer’ : An act of giving one’s attention (energy) to a focus for an intention while holding the awareness that one is connected to the  Flow of  “All Life,” Creation, Universe etc. Intentions such as an expressions of gratitude, requests for clarity, manifestation of...
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Mexica Four Directions | Medicine Wheel

Mexica Four Directions – Basics

  East: Nahuatl name: Tlahuizlampa: Direction of Light/Illumination Deity: Xipe Totec   Element: Fire Color: Red  Season: Spring • Direction of Male Principles/Energies • Beginnings, Seeds of Creation South: Nahuatl name: Huitzlampa Deity: Huitzilopochtli  Element: Water Color: Blue  Season: Summer • Direction of the Children/Youth • Renewal, Cleansing, Perseverance, “Warriorness” West:  Nahuatl name: Cihuatlampa: Direction of the Women Deity: Quetzalcoatl  Element: Earth...
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Tonalpohualli | Aztec Calendar

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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