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Estos son heiroglificas de los mayas. Ellos tallieron las picturas en los templos para decir muchos cuentos de la cultura y para illustrar la historia de los dioses y otros aspectos de sus vidas. Hoy hay muchas personas quien trabaja todos los dias para aprender sobre la cultura maya al mirar las photos.

Estos son heiroglificas de los mayas. Ellos tallieron las picturas en los templos para decir muchos cuentos de la cultura y para illustrar la historia de los dioses y otros aspectos de sus vidas. Hoy hay muchas personas quien trabaja todos los dias para aprender sobre la cultura maya al mirar las photos.

Huastec Corn Mother, Veracruz, Mexico. Festival dancers might have looked much like this with headdresses that resemble the tablitas of the Corn Maidens in the pueblos of Arizona and New Mexico (Suppressed Histories Archives)

Huastec Corn Mother, Veracruz, Mexico. Festival dancers might have looked much like this with headdresses that resemble the tablitas of the Corn Maidens in the pueblos of Arizona and New Mexico (Suppressed Histories Archives)

a page of amazingly graphical Mayan hieroglyphs from the Dresden Codex

a page of amazingly graphical Mayan hieroglyphs from the Dresden Codex

Mayan temple, they say many cultures in antiquity have done psychoactive ingestion as a way to communicate with God. It's apparent.

Mayan temple, they say many cultures in antiquity have done psychoactive ingestion as a way to communicate with God. It's apparent.

The Aztecs lived in Tenochtitlan now known as Mexico City. This city was made of gold which was what caught Cortez eye. Cortez raided Tenochitlan and plundered the city of all its gold.

The Aztecs lived in Tenochtitlan now known as Mexico City. This city was made of gold which was what caught Cortez eye. Cortez raided Tenochitlan and plundered the city of all its gold.

saintpadfoot: “ Mythology | Aztec Goddesses | Chalchiuhtlicue was the patron goddess of lakes and streams. Aztec women pleaded for her comfort whilst going into labor, and she often aided in baptisms of the innocent.

saintpadfoot: “ Mythology | Aztec Goddesses | Chalchiuhtlicue was the patron goddess of lakes and streams. Aztec women pleaded for her comfort whilst going into labor, and she often aided in baptisms of the innocent.

Dating from the early Maya Classic period, approximately 320 A.D. The intricate engravings on this plate are an extraordinary example of Mayan art and proof of the excellence of their craftsmanship. It must have been part of a governor’s belt, like the one worn by the figure shown on the front side of the piece […]

Dating from the early Maya Classic period, approximately 320 A.D. The intricate engravings on this plate are an extraordinary example of Mayan art and proof of the excellence of their craftsmanship. It must have been part of a governor’s belt, like the one worn by the figure shown on the front side of the piece […]