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Toltecáyotl as a civilizing structure

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The majority of "Creole country" inhabitants are children of the children of one of the most ancient and with autonomous origin six civilizations of the planet. We are culturally, as old as China or India. However, unlike these countries, where their Governments and peoples have completely linked their present with their ancient past, we live unknowing and disconnected to the history and culture of our ancestors. Building, year after year, an uncertain present, which we immediately destroy and forget. Our condemn is to forget, to live in ignorance of ourselves, inhabiting an endless "solitude labyrinth".

 

Due to the colonization processes, which we have endured in the last five centuries, at the hands of the colonizers of yesterday (the gachupines) and the neo-colonizers of today (Creoles), during which they have tried to make disappear our languages, historical memory, knowledge, territoriality, and spirituality; We have lost consciousness, -in the everyday world- of the ancient wisdom that our ancestors created over seven and a half millennia, that is evidenced by the indigenous peoples and peasants in the traditions, fiestas, uses and customs, and subconsciously, in the mestizos "modern life" living in urban centers.

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