The Toltecs (The Civilization of the American Indian series)
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The Toltecs (The Civilization of the American Indian series) by Nigel Davies

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Published by University of Oklahoma Press .
Written in


  • Mexico,
  • Antiquities,
  • Toltecs

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages551
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7939282M
ISBN 100806113944
ISBN 109780806113944

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From The Gospel of the Toltecs, Part 4, Chapters 9, 10, and 12 Chapter 9 The Bonfire 1. The moment had come. All the earth was delivered to the service of the house of god! Paper flags with butterflies of fire were raised everywhere. The men were standing, facing the four directions. Never before had such a sacrifice as this been prepared. ed on: J The Gospel of the Toltecs book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A compilation of the teachings of Quetzalcoatl, avatar of the To /5(17). The Toltec tradition is a living one, surviving in the practice of contemporary indigenous people of Mexico. Sanchez explains how this wisdom, so crucial in today's world, is available to sincere seekers. Learn how these spiritual warriors of the new millennium encourage our renewed commitment to a better way of life, one in harmony with spirit and nature.   The "Toltec Empire" was a semi-mythical origin story told by the Aztecs. Aztec oral histories described the Toltec capital Tollan as having buildings made of jade and gold. The Toltecs were said to have invented all the arts and sciences of the Aztecs, and their leaders were the noblest and wisest of people.

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