Thursday, 5 April 2012

The so-called experts knew nothing about our history.....but you will...

In 1910 Alfred M. Tozzer and Glover Morrill Allen, two Harvard Graduate “experts” attempted to interpret Mayan history by analyzing the ancient book of the Maya Codex, Tro-Cortesanio. Their deciphering of this ancient text produced what they titled, Animal Figures in the Maya Codices, published at the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University.

Of all the amazing animal figures in this ancient Mayan text, the only intellectual explanation these experts could account for when identifying the Eagle and Condor was:

“A remarkable figure is that shown in plate 17, fig. 4, in which an ocellated turkey and a king vulture confront each other with necks intertwined.” (1)

That was it! They said nothing more, nothing less. These so-called experts had nothing else to say of this remarkable figure because they were disconnected from Indigenous thought and culture, interpreting the figure based only on their own Eurocentric egos. So much for being experts on Mayan culture.

If only they knew the movement that would re-connect our people to the prophecy based on that remarkable figure.
If only they knew.

1: Tozzer, Alfred Marston, and Glover Morrill Allen. Animal figures in the Maya codices. Vol. 4, no. The Museum, 1910. (p.329)

To learn more about the prophecy of the eagle and condor please visit

You can also watch the documentary: Columbus Didn't Discover Us, which addresses more than 500 years of Indigenous people struggling to have colonial governments recognize the damage done  during the colonizing of what we call North & South America.

The remarkable figure from Mayan Codice Tro-Cortesanio