Imagenes relacionadas al kuahtli (aguila) entonando al Atl-tlachinolli.

 M E X Í C A 

Organisations Resources Linguistics Quetzal Musics Museums Arts Calendars Histories Politics Myths

 Organisations 

  • mexika.org  » social consciousness and cultural diffusion « [formerly Mexikan Eagle Society]
  • Mexica Uprising  » In Support of Worldwide Indigenous Revolution «
  • MEXÍCA MOVEMENT » ... reclaiming our indigenous identity, history and heritage. «
  • F U N A A Z  » Fuerza Nacionalista Azteca ... una organización cultural. «
        FUNAAZ in English » ... tries to present the great anahuaca legacy in Internet «
  • La Voz de Aztlan  » a totally independent news service « - - »We are the party of the Sixth Sun «
  • XISPAS  » The Xispas colectivo is made up of people who have deep roots in the commnunity « * » We deal with culture, history, indigenous traditions, books, opinions, and social criticism. «
  • Native American Association of Germany e.V. ... languages available: en, de, fr.

 Resources 


S.T.A.T.S

 Linguistics 

écritures précolombiennes

 Poesia 

  • POESIA NAHUATL MAYA (anthology)
  • Poems © Copyright 1996 Olin Tezcatlipoca 1519 TENOCHTITLAN, IMAGINE THIS, MEXICAS IN AZTLAN: LOS BUENOS Y LOS MALOS, DISEASE OF THE HEART, PRAYER TO OMETEOTL.

 Musics 


 DANCES 

-->March in Vienna 1999 El Grupo de Danza tradicional Ometeotl
 de Xokonoschtletl
[xoko2004AThotmail.com].  SABIDURIA - CULTURA - DIGNIDAD - TRADICION.
Traditional Dances of the Aztecs © Xokonoshtletl
Earthdance Living Systems in Evolution. To my planet and its people
© 1999 by e.sahtourisATverizon.net

 CALENDARS 

  • tonalpohualli  Aztec Calendar. Shows you the current date according to the tonalpohualli, the sacred Aztec calendar. Gives a reading of the significance of the day and the relevant gods. (René Voorburg)
  • Calendario Mexika  La observación metódica de los ciclos terrestres en relación con el Sol, la Luna, Venus y la interpretación de los rumbos cósmicos dio como resultado dos cuentas calendáricas de gran precisión, una de 365 días llamada XIUHPOUALLI y otra de 260 días conocida como TONALPOUALLI o TONALAMATL. Todos los derechos reservados electrosound.net)
  • The Aztec Calendar Project [en |es] The system of the Tonalpohualli, Sun Stone or Aztec Calendar, The Stone of the Sun, Mesoamerican Calendar Carvings, Astronomy and Observation of Nature, Calendar Stone, Gods, The objects and deities associated with each day, Legends contained in the symbols of the Aztec Calendar Stone, The Twenty Day Signs.
  • The Legend of the FOUR SUNS
    By © Charles William Johnson Introduction / The Aztec Calendar: The Five Suns / The Four Suns: 2028 Years. A Possible Relation Between the Numbers 485/584 and 676 / The 52-Year Cycles of the 676-Pattern Divided by the Total 2028 / The Vatican Codex and the Number 17125
  • History of Venus Transits There have been 52 transits of Venus across the Sun between 2000 B.C and 1882 A.D.
    The Mayan civilization had a particular fascination with Venus because it was associated with their chief god Quetzalcoatl and one of his incarnations, Kulkulkan.
    [MIRROR]
    • Catalog of VenusTransits. 2000 BCE to 4000 CE
    • Who observed the first transit of Venus? Did Montezuma see the Venus transit in 1518? Montezuma, the leader of the Aztec people in pre-Columbus Mexico, and he was a careful observer of the sun which he used in his divination practices. Venus was a very important celestial body in Aztec mythology as well as Mayan. The Transit of May 25, 1518 would have been visible to him at sunset. It is said that a jade figure at the British Museum of the god Quetzalcoatl, an aspect of Venus, wearing the Sun as his neck ornament, is a memorial of this rare event.
  • Mayan Archeological Timeline Information for this timeline is from the Code of Kings by Linda Schele and Peter Mathews
  • Prehispanic Calendars How are the prehispanic calendars interpreted? by Victor Mendoza Grado and Ricardo J. Salvador

 Geography 

 Culture & History 

 Politics & Myths 

 NAUATILAMATL 

  • 12th of August 1521  ... Tlatoani Kuauhtemok, created and broadcasted the following message to its people.
  • El 12 de agosto de 1521
     los ancianos hicieron un DECRETO, que todos los mexicanos deben de conocer; y el cual nos ha llegado a nuestro tiempo, por TRADICION ORAL. Pulse aqui para escuchar el decreto en la lengua Nahuatl.

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