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True History of the Profound Mexico by Guillermo Marín Ruiz, translated by Wikisource
Index


INDEX
Pag.
1. THE WORLD´S OLDEST CIVILIZATIONS. 6.
The six civilizations with autonomous origin. 6.
2. DIFFICULTIES IN LEARNING THE ANCIENT HISTORY OF MEXICO. 9.
3. THE ANÁHUAC CIVILIZATION. 18.
4. THE PRECLASSICAL OR FORMATIVE PERIOD. 22.
Agriculture   23.
The corn invention. 25.
The Milpa invention. 27.
5. THE OLMECS. 29.
The food system.  31.
The health system. 32.
The education system. 33.
Social organization system. 35.
The Mother Culture.   39.
6. THE CLASSICAL OR SPLENDOR PERIOD. 44.
7. THE TOLTECS.  48.
8. KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPMENT. 54.
Agriculture. 55.
Mathematics and time keeping. 57.
The three knowledge circles.   60.
The philosophical thought. 64.
9. RELIGION.  67.
The Supreme Divinity. 68.
The Divine Duality. 71.
Tláloc & Quetzalcóatl. 73.
Religious abstraction.   78.
Religious divinity symbols. 80.
10. EDUCATION.  84.
The Institutions. 85.
The Teacher. 90.
Education concept. 92.
The ancient word. 95.
Education as heritage.  99.
Pag.
11. PHILOSOPHY. 103.
The ontological problem of being. 104.
Philosophical levels. 107.
Flower & Song.   111.
The origin. 114.
Th Suns legend. 116.
The time. 120.
Space.   123.
The thirteen skies. 124.
The Underworld. 125.
Death. 126.
Florid Battle.   128.
Existential responsibility. 132.
The Quetzalcóatl cross. 134.
The Center Law or Quincunxe. 135.
The three knowledge circles.   138.
Burnt Water. 141.
The Toltecáyotl. 142.
12. THE COLLAPSE OF THE CLASSICAL PERIOD. 146.
The collapse magnitude.   147.
The collapse permanence and transcendence. 148.
13. THE POSTCLASSICAL PERIOD. 150.
The Fifth Sun prophecy. 153.
Historical value of the Postclassical period. 155.
Challenges in the construction of the own history.   156.
14. THE MEXICAS. 158.
Faceless people. 159.
The ideologist. 163.
The philosophical and religious reforms.   165.
The divine mission. 168.
The Pochtecas and the Warriors. 169.
The Mexica Face. 173.
Mexica Tlatoanis Chronology.   176.
15. THE CONQUEST. 188.
The conquerors world. 188.
The “Discovery” reason. 191.
The conquest philosophy.   195.
The conquistador.   199.
The invasion. 200.
The prophecy is fulfilled. 203.
The delivery of the Mexicas to the Spaniards. 207.
The great massacre and the war origin.   209.
The “Noche Triste” mystery. 212.
The fall of the eagle and the resistance war. 215.
Crime against humanity. 218.
16. THE COLONY.   222.
17. INDEPENDENCE. 230.
18. THE XIX CENTURY. 235.
19. THE XX CENTURY. 242.
20. AN OWN-HOURS HISTORY.   247.
Cultural Colonialism. 247.
The sons of the sons of the ancient grandparents. 250.
The profound Mexico. 251.
The de-indianized indians.   252.
An own face and a true heart. 253.
The Toltec Heritage in the Matria. 254.
A total quality millenarian Culture. 258.
The Mexico of the XXI Century.   259.
Bibliography 261.