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The Toltecs
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The Toltec culture is an archaeological Mesoamerican culture that dominated a state centered in Tula, in the early post-classic period of Mesoamerican chronology (ca 800–1000 CE). This tradition assumes that much of central Mexico was dominated by a "Toltec empire" between the 10th and 12th century CE. Scholars such as Michel Graulich (2002) and Susan D. Gillespie (1989) maintained that the difficulties in salvaging historic data from the Aztec accounts of Toltec history are too great to overcome. For example, there are two supposed Toltec rulers identified with Quetzalcoatl: the first ruler and founder of the Toltec dynasty and the last ruler, who saw the end of the Toltec glory and was forced into humiliation and exile.
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A nagual master told me that Tula was established by Quetzalcóatl, the same as Tenochtitlan, but once the city was made he had a vision, he saw that it was a mistake, so then he got mad and sent troops to destroy the city, a few priests of the temple could escape opening a portal to other dimension, they still are around there now, they built temples and got a lot of power and rule the White Brotherhood of Light from there.

Carlos Castaneda says that the Toltecs weren't average people like the other cultures, but they were mostly priests, wizards and sorcerers, who made their own culture apart, they lived like that for hundreds of years, secluded into their particular search of truth about nature and perception, the tale says that they were very focused in the world of dreams, they were more there than here, living in other worlds and realities, able to be aware and fixed in those worlds as we are here while awake, they discovered huge truths about consciousness, got where no one else did as seers, but many of them used their magic to abuse, they became scary wizards, so the other tribes, where most of people were just average humans started fearing them, until they finally extermined the Toltec culture. A few escaped and camouflaged, others got prisoners, later the Spanish came and killed most of the few survivors, but some Toltecs survived and kept passing their knowledge through lineages of naguals, that knowledge still is the basis of the modern Mexican shamanic traditions.
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(08-29-2015, 11:22 PM)nawal Wrote: A nagual master told me that Tula was established by Quetzalcóatl, the same as Tenochtitlan, but once the city was made he had a vision, he saw that it was a mistake, so then he got mad and sent troops to destroy the city, a few priests of the temple could escape opening a portal to other dimension, they still are around there now, they built temples and got a lot of power and rule the White Brotherhood of Light from there.

Carlos Castaneda says that the Toltecs weren't average people like the other cultures, but they were mostly priests, wizards and sorcerers, who made their own culture apart, they lived like that for hundreds of years, secluded into their particular search of truth about nature and perception, the tale says that they were very focused in the world of dreams, they were more there than here, living in other worlds and realities, able to be aware and fixed in those worlds as we are here while awake, they discovered huge truths about consciousness, got where no one else did as seers, but many of them used their magic to abuse, they became scary wizards, so the other tribes, where most of people were just average humans started fearing them, until they finally extermined the Toltec culture. A few escaped and camouflaged, others got prisoners, later the Spanish came and killed most of the few survivors, but some Toltecs survived and kept passing their knowledge through lineages of naguals, that knowledge still is the basis of the modern Mexican shamanic traditions.

Interesting how you put it though. You've read Carlos's books right? i've read four of his works. I believe them to be true, i've experienced my share of strangeness and terror, and i gotta say it's awesome :O

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Can you share a personal experience you've had with them?
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(08-31-2015, 04:33 AM)Itheblaze Wrote: Can you share a personal experience you've had with them?

It's hard to explain really but it began while i was asleep!
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