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Mexico Aztecs And Ramayana, Hinduism, Ram Sita connection

Ram Sita and Ramnavami was celebrated in Ancient Mexico, when Spanish and later British slaughtered and burned and converted as they did in rest of world.


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I had written on Aztecs , Mexico and in Central America.

I mentioned that the term Aztec ,

‘AZTEC OF MEXICO is derived from “worshipper of Ashtabhuja or Ashtak ( 8 armed ) ” , the eight armed God- found in Mexican temples.’

Hindu Trinity – Brahma- Vishnu- Shiva and the Mexican Trinity are Ho- Huitzilopochtli- Tlaloc …

The idols were represented with serpents round their heads, as for Lord Shiva.-basically raised Kundalini.

The Swastika sign of this area , seen on a “huaco” pot had with four dots inside, a Vedic sign .

The ancient American’s dresses (male and female) were simple and similar to those of Hindu dresses.

Aztec Kingdom. Aztec Kingdom.

Ayar Inoa King used to wear a turban, earring and a trishul type trident in his hand…

A festival called Sita-Ram (Situa – Raimi) was celebrated in Mexico during Nav-Ratri or Dussehra period which has been described on…

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One comment on “Mexico Aztecs And Ramayana, Hinduism, Ram Sita connection

  1. Tina Lu
    January 15, 2018

    I recently came up with a reproducible Sri Yantra construction method that uses a template based on the Tawa Chikana or Inca cross. The error rate is only 0.00000502%, although it is stated by basically everyone that a “perfect” Sri Yantra is impossible to create. https://www.facebook.com/luminousgrids/posts/353966441732875


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