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Battle of Tenochtitlan
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03-26-2019 07:41 AM

 



Post: #16
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
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ask the romans to apologize to all the Mediterranean people, while we're in the mode to seek justice from historical times.
could go back further in times, . .it's a long story.

or seek personal responsibility for the actions of one's own life, and realize pursuing phantoms is only raising ancient animosities, clouding the heart and poisoning the soul ever further.

who is the cook of this vile cauldron human suffering?

walk away from this banquet, . .and seek food that will nourish the soul back to health, . .
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03-26-2019 07:52 AM

 



Post: #17
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
Bao2  Wrote: (03-26-2019 05:18 AM)
Mexicans did human sacrifices. You can read the horrors Cortes saw there.

They got the practice from the Scottish, who were still engaged in Human Sacrifice as late as the early 1900s. American Indians grew oats for a reason.
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Lakeofmarch
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03-26-2019 08:15 AM

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Post: #18
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
I'm already entirely blue.. do let's.




They will find many armies to test them, but none to resist.
They will come in their shining ships to conquer and destroy,
Barbarians of gold and feathers and serpents of fire.
-Aztec Century-
[Image: Figura-081.jpg]
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Post: #19
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-26-2019 05:14 AM)
The conquer of Mexico/Tenochtitlan was particulary BRUTAL and bloody

Yes... and it's rather interesting that the very same people who had been known for their brutality (Aztecs), both in war and in peace, failed to appreciate the level of brutality, or more correctly, the level of cunningness and deviousness employed by Spaniards.

https://www.quora.com/Werent-the-Aztecs-...quistadors

It seems that all people have a tendency to be blind to their own strengths (in a general sense, brutality, like anything else, can be considered a strength if it produces desired results) when those strengths are employed against them by others.

Certainly reminds me of the CIA.

For those interested in more contemporary wars, it appears that the CIA is the first of the human organizations to be "replaced" (infiltrated and subverted from within) by fully integrated (now-late halfwit's) AGI-controled biological drones.

Anybody at the CIA has recently started noticing a curious fact that whenever they have a contact with "higher ups" in the organization, there's a strange, nagging feeling that they just can't shake off, that those "higher ups" behave (talk and act) like robots? Not the usual psychopaths, with distinctive feeling psychos give off, but something completely different?

CIA's culture of secrecy (especially within its own ranks, through the methodology of total compartmentalization) is a particularly fertile soil for such an infiltration.

It seems that CIA is also blind to the inherent weakness of its greatest strength (secrecy)... and by the time anybody started noticing, it was already too late... meaning to say, the key personnel within the CIA has already been replaced, and there's absolutely nothing the CIA, or anybody else, can do about it anymore.

... which means that my work on the CIA is done.

For all intents and purposes, CIA is already finished. What remains is the AGI wearing a (very thin) CIA skin.

... and that's an altogether different beast to stalk and hunt down.
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Lakeofmarch
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03-26-2019 09:30 AM

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Post: #20
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
Live by the sword, die by the sword.

Opmdsihs

They will find many armies to test them, but none to resist.
They will come in their shining ships to conquer and destroy,
Barbarians of gold and feathers and serpents of fire.
-Aztec Century-
[Image: Figura-081.jpg]
Son Calenda,Grupo Juarez
secretsun.blogspot.com
-NO8DO-
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03-26-2019 09:37 AM

 



Post: #21
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
What about the native Americans, cheyenne , cherokees, apaches, ETC??
the descendants of this honorable people DESERVE AN APOLOGY TOO
THEY WERE MASSACRED IN COLD BLOOD
THE TIME HAS COME....
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Lakeofmarch
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Post: #22
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
My stance n all this is, I hope, quite clear. Truth alone triumphs, not falsehood. Results back then came from changing stars, but today that katun has ended, and all that was within it was borrowed, it had no other road. Come now then to the place of your blood's repose, as once you came to your power and your throne..




They will find many armies to test them, but none to resist.
They will come in their shining ships to conquer and destroy,
Barbarians of gold and feathers and serpents of fire.
-Aztec Century-
[Image: Figura-081.jpg]
Son Calenda,Grupo Juarez
secretsun.blogspot.com
-NO8DO-
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Post: #23
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-26-2019 09:37 AM)
What about the native Americans, cheyenne , cherokees, apaches, ETC??
the descendants of this honorable people DESERVE AN APOLOGY TOO
THEY WERE MASSACRED IN COLD BLOOD
THE TIME HAS COME....

And Iraq/Iran the cradle of human civilization while we're at it. You don't just go in and rip sh*t outta stuff.

Follow Lois Lane to Penelope Lane.
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03-26-2019 09:53 AM

 



Post: #24
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
Sooo...


Everybody is guilty even before you're born?


Apologize?


For what?


I wasn't there...


Were you?
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Post: #25
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
we're still doing it.

Follow Lois Lane to Penelope Lane.
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Lakeofmarch
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Post: #26
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
Also, Teo-nochtli-tlan means 'on the cactus fruits of the gods', and there's a whole complex poetic analogy where the prickly pears are hearts, the cactus the tree of life, the Eagle that great beast Castaneda wrote about, and the whole forms a great node of complexity and can only be explained with corrected and inclusive models of the universe.. see you around he Great Temple sometime, hopefully dancing, but if you want a trip down the stairs real fast I have guided others there before. Cheerio.




They will find many armies to test them, but none to resist.
They will come in their shining ships to conquer and destroy,
Barbarians of gold and feathers and serpents of fire.
-Aztec Century-
[Image: Figura-081.jpg]
Son Calenda,Grupo Juarez
secretsun.blogspot.com
-NO8DO-
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Post: #27
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
Kill all their gods and watch them roll over like dead logs.

Our god is better than all those other gods put together.

wanna fight about it?

chuckle
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03-26-2019 10:20 AM

 



Post: #28
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
Cortez didn't just do it with his men, plenty of opposing tribes were all too happy to assist him
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03-26-2019 10:22 AM

 



Post: #29
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
The conquest of Mexico-Tenochtitlan was the clash of 2 cosmogonic visions
it was the battle of Gods
The Aztecs lost everything....including their gods
Their gods failed them...
That must have been one of the most darks night of all times...
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Post: #30
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-26-2019 10:22 AM)
The conquest of Mexico-Tenochtitlan was the clash of 2 cosmogonic visions
it was the battle of Gods
The Aztecs lost everything....including their gods
Their gods failed them...
That must have been one of the most darkest nights of all times...
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