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Mazatzin Casas Acosta, of Kickapoo and Chichimeca First Nations descent, devotes his life’s work to understanding and sharing the teachings of his culture, and in particular the Aztek Cosmology. He is a founding Board Member of the new International First Nations Academy; a member of the Frente Nacional Mexicano Pro Derechos Humanos; and a Peace Ambassador for the United Nations. For over 23 years he’s learned from many teachers from Mexico who had intensively studied the pre and post-Hispanic ‘codices’ and records as well as modern investigators. He also performed extensive independent research concerning the Olmek-Toltek-Maya-Zapotek-Mixtek-Aztek calendar system, along with 7 years of Astronomical Zenith confirmation of their relationship.
He is presently in collaboration with the Institute of Astronomy at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico, UNAM, on the Aztek Calendar. His contributions to the application and use of the units of time have been reviewed by many other recognized scholars and traditional authorities such as the Supreme Nahuatl Counsel, who corroborate the importance of his work. He is recognized as a Tonalpouki… keeper and interpreter of the calendar count.
He met and meets with Elders, Teachers and calendar keepers from Onondaga (Canada) to Machu Picchu (Peru); from the Rain Forest of Brazil to the Valley of Anauak, Mexiko Tenochtitlan (aka Mexico City), to Los Angeles, California. The Aztekayolokalli team’s research helped to re-ignite the ceremonial fires of the 2nd Zenith passage of the Sun through sacred observatories in the past seven years. Every summer from July 25 to July 29 Mazatzin has led a group to the pyramid observatories in Teotiuakan, Mexiko Tenochtitlan, Malinalko, Tepoztlan and Xochikalko; confirming that the Aztek Calendar Day symbols correspond on Zenith observations dates to archaeological sites and to the ancient codices (Borgia).
Roman has 20 years of experience working as a Psychic. His readings focus on bringing healing and closure to his clients.
Roman also has a strong background on energy healing, sound healing and Shamanism. His years of working with the healing arts bring great healing to his mediumship sessions that allow his clients to find the love, closure and perspective that is often needed.
"I grew up surrounded by a strong mix of Spanish and Native Mexican cultures. The name of this venture reflects that. In Nahuatl ( Aztec ) the word Teotl, refers to God, Spirit, The creative force behind all things. Tonalli is a term referring to the soul, a divine spark needed for a healthy life. Together they loosely translate to Divine Soul, words that reflect my view of the sanctity of the Human Spirits with which I communicate both in the living world and in the other side."
Email- Roman at email@example.com, web-info- www.teotltonalli.com
or call 253-273-6509
The Mexica Movement was founded in 1993 as the Chicano Mexicano Mexica Empowerment Committee (CMMEC) by the poet and writer Olin Tezcatlipoca. The name 'Mexica' is derived from the Nahuatl word Mexihcah (Nahuatl pronunciation: [me?'?i?ka?]), the name the Aztecs used for themselves.
The organization is named after the Mexica (a.k.a. Aztec) civilization. This civilization is seen as the best chance from which the continent's indigenous-descent peoples can reconstruct themselves as a nation, similar to the way that modern Italians unified their nation under Roman-Italic identity and the Tuscan dialect. The organization asserts that the Mexica civilization is the best and most thoroughly-documented of all the major indigenous civilizations (e.g. architecture, language, theology, calendrics, etc.). Mexica is asserted as a civilization-rallying point for a future nation. Collectively, these indigenous people of the hemisphere are known as Nican Tlaca.
"best kind of prayer is action" Olin Tezcatlipoca
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