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chicago.chink Aug 12
yall my family has hella experiences involving ANIMAL shape shifting brujos. I CANNOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH: HELL NAH TO THE NAH NAH
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Nahua Of Bordeaux Nov 22
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R ☾ May 21
Proudly indigenous mexican.
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siouxstandingrock Aug 5
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Tania Teyacapan 8 Jan 18
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Zotz Apr 19
Aztec male hairstyles and headdresses including warrior helmets.
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Carlos β€’ COMMS OPEN Feb 20
Replying to @Carlos_RSL
8) Quetzalli, Nahua light infantry. The was the Ethnic group of the Aztecs, and most weren't able to be as equipped as the more elite Aztec Jaguar Warriors
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Zotz Jul 19
Mometzcopinqui. Malicious sorceresses who take off their legs and replace them with turkey ones. They add petates for wings and fly about at night devouring the blood of children.
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Patricia Murrieta 24 May 18
I'm still captivated by the map of my Mexico City neighbourhood , as shown in the 1550 . The toponym 'Coyohuacan' is derived from the 'coyotl' and it means 'the place of coyotes', hence its cute glyph (see the top of the church) :)
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Tonatiuh 21 Apr 18
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Chicnahui Ocelotl Nov 29
Replying to @iuhkayotl
Modern academia claims that our ancestors from were idolatrous and had thousands of ill-defined "gods". But we the modern know that's just eurocentric bullshit and it was the ignorant spaniards who couldn't understand at all our culture/science/philosophy/religion
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Rengira 22 Jul 18
Inspired by the book on Cortes I just read, drew a conquistador in a Mesoamerican-esque style!
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My Fashion Mag 4 Dec 17
art. Hand-painted by the over a...
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Tlatoani 17 Nov 17
in translates in to
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Mexicolore Aug 5
Numbers were sacred in ancient . THREE levels of the universe, 3 bright stars of , 3 stones 'centre' every house even today (for the each hearthstone has its own name), the gods placed 3 stones at the centre of the earth to kickstart our world...
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Tlatollotl Nov 12
Ceremonial drinking vessel Eastern (Mixteca-Puebla) Post-Classic Period, 1300–1521 Object Place: or , Eastern Nahua-style pottery bowls with elaborate painted decoration were among the finest ceramics of the Post-Classic Period in highland
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MoMaryssa 23 May 18
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kenneth Nov 20
But who’s gonna make the turkey zacahuil this so-called β€œThanksgiving”?
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𝙅π™ͺπ™‘π™žπ™–π™£ π™‚π™–π™œπ™š π™ˆπ™žπ™‘π™šπ™¨ Apr 17
β€œOn this day exactly 100 years ago, 10 April 1919, , peasant leader during the of and descent, was assassinated in , municipality, by General of the "revolutionary" government.
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Sameer ud Dowla Khan Jul 9
URGENT: needs volunteer translators of indigenous languages (, , , , , , ...) ASAP for mothers separated from their children at the . You don't need to be in Texas, or even in the US. Email volunteer@raicestexas.org
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