January 13, 2022 How it was just before the Spanish arrived. The Mexica, I wish that I had a better understanding of their history, from what I know they began their journey to the central highlands of Mexico from the or what would become, the present American states of Utah, Arizona, Nevada. I am not […]Read More Unholy Zeal
February 14, 2021 Three years ago while using Facebook chat; I was talking with a retired high school teacher, in fact, he used to be a teacher at my high school. For most of the last 35 years, I had a type of respect for the guy; during that “talk” my opinion of him went […]Read More Someone Is Going To Be Offended
December 27, 2020 The Spaniards questioned the natives very closely regarding the location(s) of where they obtained the gold and other precious metals. It was obvious to the Spaniards that the Caribbean and Yucatán were not the primary source(s). The Maya said they had learned the art of gold smithing from the Toltec, sure, said […]Read More East Meets West
December 25, 2020 Mexico, once the land had been looted of gold, was definitely not the biblical land of Havilah, and Tenochititlán not the legendary city of gold. The Spanish then turned to other parts of South America. By this point, they were in Panama and were sending out expeditions. It was here they began […]Read More Next!
December 19, 2020 The realm of the Aztec, the highlands of Mexico is almost inextricably linked to the name of Hernando Cortés. In 1519, he sailed from Cuba with a fleet of eleven ships, some six hundred men, and he had scarce highly prized horses. Probingly he proceeded along the Yucatán’s gulf coast to where […]Read More Cortés