“Voices that bring accents from Atlantis; depths contained in the pupil of the red man, who knew so much, so many thousand years ago, and now seems to have forgotten everything. His soul resembles the old Mayan cenote of green waters, laying deep and still, in the middle of the forest, for so many centuries since, that not even its legend remains any more.” – Jose Vasconcelos
New World Aryan diffusion has conventionally been problematic due to an informational blank between the archaeologically attested beginnings of crop cultivation and the earliest times depicted in indigenous mythology, the latter corresponding to a relatively recent era in global terms. Some phenomenon must have occurred to create this blank, but as a consequence of the blank itself there is no starting point based on local lore from which to hypothesize what this phenomenon was. On the other hand, much might fall into place if the Atlantis legend from Old World lore is incorporated, by positing that the continent of Atlantis, far from being a ”sunken” continent as popularly assumed, is none other than the New World landmass itself. (“This island, as we were saying, was at one time greater than both Asia and Libya combined.” – Plato) It is unknown whether or not Hitler had considered this idea when sending researchers to South America, but it was well known that he considered New World archaeology key to solving the Aryan puzzle (“In the Chancellory, in Berlin, Adolf Hitler had ordered the Aztec Eagle to be carved onto a cabinet … as the emblem of the Reich To Come.” – Miguel Serrano), so much so that, among esoteric Hitlerists who believe he did not commit suicide in the Fuehrerbunker but instead survived the Battle of Berlin, it has been rumoured that he discreetly retired to a farm in Brazil, Argentina or Paraguay, lived to old age and continued investigating Aryan prehistory nearby.
External link: Historic Atlantis
Formerly believed by Western academia to have started farming late, recent digs are pushing back date estimates of the earliest New World cultures by thousands of years to a timeframe comparable to those of early Old World cultures (as predicted by National Socialist Germany). In addition to food crops, cotton has also been cultivated in the New World for at least as long as in the Old World. (Not coincidentally, many of the New World culture-founders are described in myth as wearing white cloth, similar to their Old World counterparts.)
Material evidence for subsistence farming villages in the New World points to roughly contemporaneous origins in the southern Madres and the northern Andes. The Andean settlements attained a higher technological level than the former, with the earliest evidence of canal irrigation found in the Zana River basin, but were limited to non-cereal crops such as peanuts and potatoes, therefore did not significantly expand the range of their habitation, nor acculturate the primitive rainforest populations of Paleo-Indians all around them. Meanwhile, the farming techniques of the Madrean settlements were rudimentary by comparison, but although their initial primary crop in the Oaxaca River basin was the likewise non-cereal squash, they soon supplemented it with the far more versatile cereal crop of maize. First cultivated in the Balsas River basin, maize (along with squash) hence gradually spread southward following the settled migration of the Balsas people (perhaps picking up some Oaxaca people also). When Madrean maize and squash crossed paths with Andean canal irrigation, the union enabled rapid development of civilization toward cities and government. This parallels Plato’s Atlantean lore as the marriage of Leucippe and Evenor, neither of whom were themselves rulers but whose descendants were fated to become rulers.
External link: Squash Seeds Yield New View of Early American Farming
External link: Peruvian Canals Most Ancient in New World
However, also contributing to city-building from an early stage was the Paleo-Indian fishing clan of Valdivia, which learned farming from the Aryan populations upon contact. As dead fish was a potent fertilizer for the local soil, the populations that included fishing in their economy became more efficient farmers than those which did not, and thus overtook the latter demographically. Again this parallels Plato’s Atlantean lore which refers to Cleito, daughter of Evenor and Leucippe, being impregnated by Poseidon (obviously not the same individual as the Poseidon from the previous page, but nonetheless racially a fisher). Cleito, an only child herself, consequently gave birth to ten sons – an instant population explosion as always occurs when non-Aryans learn farming and intermarry with Aryans - one of whom was King Atlas, the first ruler after whom the civilization and its capital city came to be named. It is at this point that New World lore rejoins the narrative from its own angle, but in agreement with Old World lore at least as concerns racial mixing. A Quechua story tells of the virginal Princess Cavillace unexpectedly giving birth after eating fruit which contained the sperm of the extremely ugly Coniraya, and who only learned the identity of her son’s father when the baby spontaneously crawled towards Coniraya. But whereas Cavillace was so traumatized by the incident that she fled society and transformed both herself and her son into stones, her fame in myth suggests that her reaction was the exception; doubtless plenty of less discerning Atlanteans in similar situations did not terminate their bloodlines despite degeneration. One example would be Princess Kerana, niece of the ascetic teacher Tume Arandu, who in a Guarani story gave birth to seven monsters fathered by her kidnapper Tau.
“In every mingling of Aryan blood with that of lower peoples the result was the end of the cultured people.” – Adolf Hitler
Thus from inception Atlantean civilization was a product of mixed Aryan and Gentile blood. This matches Plato’s depiction of it as a civilization that was materially wealthy and advanced but beset with insoluble moral and political conflicts throughout the duration of its existence. As in the Old World, here too was bifurcation between religion based on sacrifices/rituals and religion based on asceticism, but this issue took a back seat to class conflict between the lords (known as the Apu) who lived on the mountain and the subjects who lived in the valley. According to this Titicaca legend, ambitious subjects attempted to ascend the mountain, drawn to the perpetually burning fire kept there by the Apu and which the ascenders desired for themselves. The Apu reacted not only by intercepting and killing the ascenders, but eventually by terrorizing even those who had remained in the valley. In other words, on neither side was nobility to be found: the lords were tyrannical in their hold onto their positions, and the subjects (who also fought one another) merely desired to displace the lords and take over their positions.
If anywhere, it was in settlements distant from the Atlantean political centre (hypothesized to be in the Altiplano region), such as the Supe River sites classified in archaeology as Norte Chico/Caral culture, that there appeared to be greater concern for ideological differences. It was here that worshippers of the creator god Pachacamac (which literally means “World Creator”) were murdering and mutilating the children of a widow who had switched to sun-worship, until Vichama, one of the children, fought back and turned the attackers into ocean stones.
The myth continues that the triumphant Vichama found and hatched three magic eggs containing a new race. The three eggs might refer to (see below) the Mokaya, the Capacha and the Taino.
While Inca lore speaks of Viracocha as a primordial creator god who made the sun, moon, earth, etc., and hence quite logically (from its own perspective) places the great flood chronologically after the creation, this contradicts pre-Inca Quechua lore which not only already has Pachacamac as creator god, but also places the great flood chronologically before Viracocha’s so-called ‘creation’, implying that Viracocha merely created a new human habitat following (from our perspective) the flood which destroyed Atlantis. Thus the real Viracocha was simply an Atlantean, presumably a prominent figure in the old society. Inti, who is commonly assumed to be the sun itself, and who unleashed the flood after no longer being able to tolerate the evil of the Atlantean populace, is subordinate to Viracocha in later lore (being supposedly created by Viracocha), but in earlier lore Viracocha is subordinate to Inti, which strongly suggests that Inti was another Atlantean of higher status than Viracocha, likely a sun-worshipping ruler in relation to whom Viracocha was a trusted aide. In conjunction, Chibcha lore presents the story of the ascetic teacher Bochica arriving in the East Andes with the specific agenda of bringing knowledge of farming and associated crafts to the Paleo-Indian Muisca clan, enabling their transition to a settled village lifestyle. (There are also stories of revolt against Bochica by Chibchacum, suggesting that not all the Muisca accepted the new lifestyle.)
The original homelands of the Muisca (left) and the Kuna (right). The Kuna only moved to Panama after Spanish colonization of Colombia.
The historical Kuna people (who exist to this day) consider themselves descendants of the Muisca, and are the only population in the region to use the swastika as their clan symbol, suggesting that the swastika was exclusively introduced to the Muisca by Bochica.
Piecing these clues together, it seems that Inti had decided to terminate an irredeemable Atlantis via the great flood and establish a new political centre further north in Caral (perhaps after hearing of Vichama’s heroism) via economic support from newly acculturated Paleo-Indians in the East Andes. Bochica and Viracocha were supposed to execute this plan, with Bochica going ahead to the Muisca and Viracocha releasing the Titicaca waters into Altiplano. But Viracocha double-crossed Inti by evacuating all of his own followers prior to the flood, thus indeed destroying Atlantis but at the same time conserving an alternate faction ready to seize power in the aftermath. Hence Quechua lore states that Viracocha emerged from Lake Titicaca following the flood, found the people turned into stone by Inti’s tears and re-animated them by transforming them into miniature copies of himself, which he then sent south (perhaps to the arable Parana basin) to re-establish economic stability (possibly based on cultivation of quinoa which was a new crop at the time, and very easy to grow), while his two sons Imaymana and Tocapo he sent northeast and northwest to suppress the rebellions there (in other words to respectively attack Bochica in the East Andes and whomever was in charge in Caral - perhaps Vichama?) by turning the rebels into stone. Details are unknown, but it appears that Viracocha was victorious, and his broad direction for civilization predominated for thousands of years to come. By earliest historical reckoning already stabilized into Tiwanaku tradition, sacrificial cults in South America continued without opposition until Manco Capac defeated all three of his ruling older brothers and integrated countless local clans under the unifying Inca Empire, with himself as monarch. Claiming descent from Inti, Manco Capac re-emphasized sun-worship and at least made an effort to abolish sacrifices and simplify religion so as to make it accessible to all. Consequently, Inca society was the only late-era pre-colonial society in the New World with a genuine monastic institution known as the Aclla, as opposed to a mere ceremonial priesthood. Unfortunately, Inca aristocracy was disproportionately encouraged into the Aclla, thus in the long-term only hastening the decimation of remaining Aryan bloodlines, leading in turn to re-corruption of the Aclla itself.
External link: Mamaconas
“The celebrated Atlantes from whom the Indians derive, fell asleep thousands of years ago never to awaken.” – Jose Vasconcelos
Our narrative moves northward with the migration of formerly Atlantean Aryan blood in the same direction. During the Atlantean era, potato cultivation had already spread into Central America as well as to some of the Caribbean islands, apparently unaccompanied by other influences (hence probably via trade or individual travellers rather than large-scale migration). Later, but still predating the fall of Atlantis, the Mokaya (meaning “Corn People”) appeared in the Soconusco region during the Barra Ceramic Phase which some archaeologists consider similar enough to Andean pottery styles to be evidence of a link to the south. An even stronger clue that the Mokaya migrated from further south is the Mokaya calendar whose astronomical predictions are aligned for more southern latitude than that of the Mokaya archaeological sites themselves. In any case, unlike their distant Aryan relatives of Balsas Valley descent who were still living in elementary farm villages with no advanced infrastructure or large-scale social organization, the Mokaya (Aryan-sympathetic Atlanteans from post-Vichama but pre-Tocapo Caral) possessed knowledge of statism and engineering from their experience of Atlantean civilization, which they proceeded to apply locally.
The Mokaya, although initially following the coastline, made a right turn at the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.
Following the fall of Atlantis, three further migrant populations from the south contributed to rapid population increase and corresponding expansion in the size, number and spread of settlements in the north. Two of these were the (similarly Aryan-sympathetic Atlantean) Capacha and Taino peoples, which could correspond to Bochica’s group and a group from Caral fleeing the armies of Imaymana and Tocapo respectively. The last seemed to be the Viracochan expedition, speculatively followers of Imaymana and/or Tocapo after they had secured the Andes. The Capacha, whose pottery compared with pottery found in Ecuador suggest an Andean connection, steered clear of the next round of conflict altogether by limiting themselves to the Pacific coastline. The Taino, who brought maize and cotton from the mainland to the Caribbean islands for the first time, soon mixed with the indigenous hunting/fishing islander populations and degenerated. But the Mokaya and the Viracochans resumed the old struggle as they, both possessing similar Atlantean technology to teach the local inhabitants of the Monte Alto region, each tried to influence civilization in their own direction.
The Capacha, on the other hand, ignored the right turn and stayed on the coastline.
Aztec lore describes Tlaloc as a patron of agriculture associated especially with rain, water wells and every type of hydraulic engineering, but also as one of the main advocates of sacrifices, particularly of young children in some of the most sadistic rituals known anywhere in the world, deliberately designed to make the children cry continually before their deaths (including pulling out their nails and drilling their bones and joints) to demonstrate that his mastery over water extends even to mastery over children’s tears. His rival was Piltzintecuhtli, a clairvoyant prince associated with sun-worship and whose greatest fame comes from devoting his life to the protection of all children. Piltzintecuhtli was the son of Oxomoco and Cipactonal, who are described as the “Guardians of the Calendar”, suggesting that Piltzintecuhtli is of Mokaya descent (which in turn infers that Tlaloc represents the Viracochan camp). Piltzintecuhtli’s own daughter Chicomecoatl was presented as an alternative patron of agriculture, indicating direct competition between Piltzintecuhtli and Tlaloc, as is also metaphorically depicted in Maya art as opposition between sun and rain (which makes no sense if taken literally, since both sun and rain are required for crops to grow).
“However great … be the influence which the soil exerts on men, this influence will always vary according to the race in which it produces its effect.” – Adolf Hitler
The best interpretation is that Piltzintecuhtli (yellow) gained support mostly among existing Aryan communities inhabiting the already arable land (Balsas Valley, left cluster of pink dots), whereas Tlaloc (orange) gained support mostly by teaching farming to Paleo-Indians inhabiting the originally non-arable land further east (right cluster of pink dots) by increasing its fertility via his undeniable talent in hydraulics. This, however, eventually produced Tezcatlipoca (green) (see below). (Note the isolated pink dot indicating the Capacha on the far left.)
This struggle and its outcome are metaphorically reflected as a contention over the flower goddess Xochiquetzal, who first married Piltzintecuhtli (consistent with the Mokaya arriving earlier) but then switched to marrying Tlaloc (consistent with the numerically dominant Viracochans displacing the Mokaya upon their late arrival), and following this was abducted by a third contender named Tezcatlipoca and ended up as his wife, as did Chicomecoatl also! Tezcatlipoca, whose mythical origin predates Aztec lore and whose aesthetic depiction hints at physiognomic primitivity compared to his rivals, surely represents a Paleo-Indian bloodline which, after adequately acquiring practical Atlantean crafts, simply took political power for itself rather than continue to follow either ex-Atlantean side.
This would explain why, even though the land area of Central America is small enough for comfortable logistic coverage by a single formative civilization, it instead hosted two separate formative civilizations in close proximity: Olmec (Paleo-Indian-dominant) and Maya (Viracochan-dominant). Why Maya civilization arose later than Olmec civilization might be accounted for by the story of rivalry between Tecuciztecatl (son of Tlaloc) and Nanahuatzin (adopted son of Piltzintecuhtli – perhaps one of the many children he had rescued?), which suggests the Viracochans had to deal with residual insurrection within their own domain inspired by the memory of Piltzintecuhtli. But since this opposition was not blood-based, once fully crushed it would not return. And indeed no later-era Aryan influence was known to have arisen in the Monte Alto region or the Yucatan peninsula where the Maya consolidated their civilization; they kept only technical elements such as the Mokaya calendar, from which they derived their Maya calendar.
By comparison, the Teopantecuanitlan region (part of the wider Olmec sphere but nearer the Balsas basin) at least continued to produce committed anti-traditionalists, albeit of minor practical consequence. The pre-Toltec monarch Ce Acatl tried to alter various religious elements during his reign, yet not only were his ethics underwhelming by Aryan standards (e.g. ending human sacrifices only, while disregarding non-human sacrifices), but even these half-measure reforms found no lasting acceptance among the masses, so low had the racial quality become from many centuries of population growth and mixing with Paleo-Indians as civilization expanded in territory. (Those who believe Ce Acatl to be the real-life inspiration behind the mythical character Quetzalcoatl should note that Quetzalcoatl’s father was the mythical hunter Mizcoatl, so at best he had only matrilineal Aryan heritage from an already heavily diluted bloodline.) The Acolhua warrior-aristocrat Nezahualcoyotl founded an esoteric group called the Tlamatini (a term with identical etymology to the term “Gnostic”) that disavowed the traditional tribal gods and promoted instead a universal “Unknown God”, but was able to keep only a single temple within his domain untainted by sacrifices of any kind (non-human as well as human) as a token of his universalist ethical convictions, while in all other temples even in his own city traditional sacrifices continued as usual.
External link: The Allure of Nezahualcoyotl
“In the Popol-Vuh, the old sacred book of the Quiches of Central America, it is said that the animals were, from the start, condemned to be killed and eaten because they were devoid of articulate speech and could not therefore praise the Gods.” – Savitri Devi
The more complicated the swastika becomes compared to the original form, the less Aryan the society has become. The Aztecs had totally lost the plot. As an example of poor Aztec understanding of history, they erroneously believed everything before themselves in the Valley of Mexico had been built by the “Toltecs”, which they used as a synonym for “settled people”, as opposed to the “Chichimeca” or “nomadic people” (of whom the actual Toltecs, like the Aztecs themselves, were actually part, both groups being invaders from the north). In reality, the Toltecs were the ones who destroyed the existing Teotihuacan civilization in the process of taking over the region for themselves.
In effect, this left the Capacha as the sole remaining Aryan-sympathetic Atlantean group. From their early northward exploration, they already knew the potential of the north for mass resettlement in case of emergency. After the decline of Mokaya influence inland, the Capacha received Mokaya remnants and, facing hostile pressure from Tlatlico culture (an Olmec-influenced population dominating the Valley of Mexico by then), decided that it was time to evacuate Central America altogether and bring their crafts into southwestern North America. Thus was created what archaeology refers to as Hohokam culture and the various Pueblo (meaning “village”) cultures*, from which came such clans as the sun-worshipping Hopi. Hopi lore provides context by narrating a series of consecutive migration across “four worlds” due to the fall of each previous world, of which this expedition is merely the last leg from World 3 to World 4. Thus it is likely that this is a myth from Atlantean perspective, where World 1 in fact refers to Atlantis, World 2 to the north Andes, World 3 to Central America and World 4 to southwestern North America (the only part of North America featuring architecture comparable in scale and style to that of Central and South America), a conjecture further supported by the claim that the migrants travelled by boat each time, implicitly a journey along the Pacific coastline. Moreover, the Pueblo explicitly prohibited the eating of fish, possibly still remembering the Valdivian corruption of Atlantis.
(* For simplicity, the rest of this page will not consider the Hohokam as a separate entity from the Pueblo, but will conisder them as one of the Pueblo.)
The expedition leader from World 3 to World 4 was most likely the Spider Woman, a weaving expert and ousted queen originally from pre-Toltec Teotihuacan presumably of Mokaya ancestry, appearing as she does in both Teotihuacan and Pueblo myths - in the former as a young woman and in the latter as an old woman, matching the direction of travel. (The Spider Woman character has also been picked up by non-Aryan lores throughout North America, recast as a literal spider and inserted into numerous unrelated stories.) An alternate theory about Ce Acatl proposes that he might have been part of the same expedition, based on the account of him having been forced into exile and subsequently travelling to the “land of black and red”, assumed to be a description of the Grand Canyon. In this case Ce Acatl would not have been Quetzalcoatl (contrary to popular assumption), but instead most likely the Pueblo mythical character Tawa, a sun god who assisted the Spider Woman in many endeavours.
On the other hand, this was far from the first Aryan presence in North America. Squash cultivation arrived in North America millenia earlier, with samples found not only in the southwest but also in the southeast. According to Choctaw lore, the common ancestors of the sun-worshipping Choctaw and Chickasaw (Muscogean clans which modern research corroborates as having shared roots) originally lived in a land to the west but moved east along the Red River tributary in search of better arable land, and settled the Mississippi River basin under the co-leadership of brothers Prince Chata and Prince Chikasa, who are thus to be credited for founding what is commonly referred to as the Eastern Agricultural Complex, with Chata staying in the south while Chikasa followed the Mississippi upstream and settled north. Likewise, even maize cultivation arrived in southwestern North America before the Pueblo people, though only via dry-farming techniques in tiny pockets of arable land incapable of expansion. Rather, the main significance of the Pueblo was to bring in canal irrigation and road transportation that made maize feasible as a staple food for an entire civilization in what was practically a desert habitat, and hence indirectly allowed maize cultivation to spread more widely in times to come, notably in the form of Three Sisters companion planting with beans and squash. Thus following World 4 there is even mention of a yet unconstructed World 5, most likely referring to the Mississippi region, and present-day Pueblo people conventionally believe their bloodlines to have dispersed to some extent throughout all of North America.
External link: Early Irrigators – Tucson, Arizona
Turanians have conventionally been considered absent from the pre-colonial New World, a reasonable assumption in light of absence of nomadic pastoralism among indigenous North American populations despite huge tracts of pastoral land and no shortage of potential herd animals. However, recent research has shown that archery was introduced to the New World via the Bering Strait by the Arctic Small Tool tradition which postdates Turanian settlement of Siberia, and at the same time the Na-Dene language group of North America and the Yeniseian language group originating in the Turanian steppe have been found to be linguistically related. Furthermore, Hopi lore cites a mysterious ”Back Door” through which they accuse other clans (unlike themselves) of travelling to reach North America, and which is speculated to refer to precisely the Bering Strait. Therefore it is not entirely impossible, though by no means necessary, that the Na-Dene brought with them a minor Turanian influence. Intriguingly, llama herding appeared among some populations (e.g. Moche) in South America at some point postdating the Na-Dene arrival in North America, and was eventually picked up by the Inca Empire.
External link: The Origin of the Na-Dene
Regardless of who the Na-Dene might or might not have been, bow-hunting proved so much more efficient than older methods that the local hunting populations steadily grew in number while at the same time their prey populations crashed in number. This led to widespread food shortage, which in turn catalyzed the spread of maize cultivation throughout all suitable river valleys, this time less via Aryan initiative to teach than via non-Aryan desperation to learn, motivated by the prospect of a more reliable food supply. This is archaeologically referred to as the Woodland period (and its participants the Hopewell tradition) of the east, which temporarily solved the problem of famine (both for those who became farmers and for those who remained hunters but whose competition over limited prey was hence alleviated) until further population increase eventually brought it back. The numerous resulting Mississippian settlements possessed varying levels of competence in agricultural techniques, but had little in common spiritually with the much older farming settlements that had taught them and racially mixed with them. All this is reflected in the myths of the Corn Woman, sometimes also described as a “Daughter of the Sun”, that appears in the lores of many clans (Cherokee, Penobscot, etc.). She did not teach maize cultivation to all who wished to learn, but tested candidates by disguising herself as a crippled, wandering beggar, with a resolution to teach only those who showed her charity despite their own famine. The only one to pass the test was a young orphan boy. The Corn Woman eventually married her student, but only to be subsequently killed by their grown sons who deemed her to be a witch (either by their own judgement or persuaded by tribal elders depending on the version). Some versions claim that the grief-stricken husband plotted revenge against his sons, but was unsuccessful, and thereafter left society in search of a portal to the underworld so that he could be with the Corn Woman again. More dubious versions claim that the Corn Woman volunteered to be killed as a sacrifice to ensure good harvests, blatantly a later-era non-Aryan retcon.
Back in the southwest, the Pueblo populations too gradually shared their culture and intermarried with their neighbours. For example, the Na-Dene-speaking Navajo, who adopted the settled lifestyle, split from the similarly Na-Dene-speaking Apache who remained primarily nomadic. Meanwhile, the Zuni, who are classified among the Pueblo archaeologically, and who according to myth were taught farming and herbal medicine by Yanauluha (though they continued hunting), nominally adopted sun-worship but placed the sun subordinate to the sky and the earth (one of the strongest clues of Turanian influence preceding Aryan influence). Much of Zuni lore is a bad copy of Hopi lore that minimizes the role of the Spider Woman. The Hopi themselves incorporated elements from the Zuni worldview over time, thus corrupting their own lore. But the best indicator of relations between the Pueblo and their neighbours is that clans such as the Navajo refer to the Pueblo as ”Anasazi”, meaning “ancient enemy” in Na-Dene. Aside from exceptions such as the Zuni, the clans in the region were traditionally hostile towards the Pueblo. Perhaps this exerted pressure on some of the Pueblo to compromise their culture, somehow leading to one of the most enigmatic phenomena of the regional past: the concerted Pueblo abandonment of their own settlements roughly a thousand years ago , including organized dismantling of shrines, sealing of doors, and simply vanishing as a civilization. War and religious upheaval have been posited as factors, but it is unclear whether these were causes or consequences of the abandonment; climate change (which also affected the Mississippi cultures in the east) has also been vaguely suggested as a factor, but without specifics. To this day nobody knows what really happened.
“The changes that take place among those races that are only the depositories of a culture also furnishes a picture of the development and the activity and the disappearance of those who are the true founders of culture on this earth, namely the Aryans themselves.” – Adolf Hitler
The mythical Skeleton Man who was said to have warmly welcomed the Pueblo upon their arrival at World 4, and helped them initially settle in, seems to refer to the earlier southwestern farming communities, perhaps the Mogollon. The “Elder Brother” in the east, whom the Skeleton Man informs the Spider Woman about, probably refers to the Choctaw/Chickasaw.
The Navajo were introduced to the swastika by the Pueblo while learning farming from them, and – considering it to be a symbol of power - have kept it ever since, despite their later animosity towards the Pueblo. From the Navajo it passed to the Apache who had refused to learn subsistence farming and who had no interest in settled life but liked to use the swastika anyway!
The northernmost extent of the Mississippi zone of cultural interaction extends well into the arable regions of what is now Canada, which was introduced to pottery at this time. The extent of Aryan influence varies widely, but as a rough guide, clans in which farming was an occupation for women only, while men continued to hunt, can be considered Gentile-dominant.
The original Choctaw/Chickasaw religion was explicitly dualistic, believing in the universe as a bi-product of conflict between Good and Evil, with the sun aligned with Good. Subsequent acculturation of and mixing with Paleo-Indians throughout the Mississippi region and beyond corrupted regional thought into monism, believing in a single so-called ”Great Spirit”, degrading Good and Evil from moral absolutes to self-centred fortune and misfortune, and downgrading the sun to an equal of the moon (sometimes described as siblings) in significance. The swastika symbol became associated with death and the underworld, possibly from the Corn Woman story.
But with the incursion of Western civilization from the Old World, it appeared as though everything that had previously happened in the New World no longer mattered, and would never matter again. In South America, the systematic massacres and sabotage of infrastructure cut short budding Inca Empire aspirations of unifying the Andean region anew. In North America, those who were not massacred were ejected from their farmlands into low-grade territories that the colonialists did not need. In Central America, additional to the massacres, libraries were burned in their entirety, deleting almost all original texts that might have provided far better information about New World religion, philosophy and history than what anyone knows today based almost entirely on Western colonial journals (where local lore describing ancient culture-founders in white cloth was conveniently reinterpreted as ancient culture-founders with white skin). As expected, behind it all included a disproportionate number of figures from the same tribe that had dominated Old World history: leaders such as Cristobal Colon (a.k.a. Christopher Colombus) (Jew), Francisco Pizarro (Jew) and Hernando Cortes (Jew). Keeping with traditional Jewish expertize in biological weapons, smallpox, measles, typhus and other infectious diseases were deliberately spread among the defending populations (which were often herded to flee from one location to another, thus hastening pandemic outbreak) to weaken and kill them with tremendous efficiency in combination with the conventional warfare waged upon them. As per standard Western colonial methodology (also applied throughout their Old World colonies), the colonialists especially targeted the aristocratic classes among the colonized populations for elimination in order to facilitate subsequent portrayal of “non-white” ethnicities as inferior. Whatever little Aryan blood still remained within New World bloodlines was surely thinned yet again as a consequence of this calculated demographic measure.
“In my book “The Golden Band” I have a chapter called “The Mirror of Papan,’ from which the Aztec Princess … received her visions. In which she contemplated the return of Quetzalcoatl … a mirror of onyx, or some other unknown material. It fell into the hands of Hernán Cortes, who took it to Europe … where Queen Elizabeth the First coveted it … where the Holy Roman Emperor of the Germans Rudolf II, the alchemist, wants to have it at any price. … I have seen it in the British Museum … But I doubt very much whether it is authentic, since it would not be there but in some Synagogue.” – Miguel Serrano
“The Chief of the Pueblo Indians, Ochia-Biano, Mountain Lake, told Dr. Jung that “the sun would no longer go out into the mornings because the white men would prevent them from helping the sun to rise.” … I also remember a ‘Gaucho’ of the cordillera who once told me: “Señor, what will happen to the snow? I think it will not return again because the ‘gringos’ have stomped it away (he was referring to the skiers); they have gravely offended it.” Other ancient people who lived in the vicinity of the mountain “El Plomo,” thought the same.” – Miguel Serrano
Since then, the New World has become a fresh battleground for the ideological war spilled over from the Old World. Popularly portrayed using Christian terminology as a struggle of Abrahamic vs Nazarene, Old Testament vs New Testament, Mosaic Law vs Sermon on the Mount, it has been just as much (see previous page) a struggle of Giant blood memory vs New Trojan blood memory, “Manifest Destiny” vs “E Pluribus Unum”, America as a mere outpost of Western civilization vs America as its own centre of a yet unborn new civilization (“Emigrants who shake the dust of Europe from their feet, with the cast-iron determination to lay the foundations of a new existence in the New World and acquire for themselves a new home.” – Adolf Hitler) capable of challenging Western civilization from across the ocean. The independence movements of New World nations from Old World colonial powers offered excellent opportunities for the nascent nations to break ties with Western civilization, but were each time subverted by Freemasonic entryists into nothing more than pro-democracy revolts in societies that have remained obstinately Eurocentric in thought. Centuries have passed, and still the promise of taking back the Americas in spirit from Western influence has yet to successfully capture American imagination, except among occasional, isolated individuals.
“My name is Serrano. This means hills, mountain. I was born near the mountains of my native land and I have loved the highest peaks. … I am also an Ankahuiinka [Eagle Initiate, in the initiation of the Incas.] … Many a morning I pulled myself back up to my writing desk to dream the glories of an imaginary triumph and the return of a Golden Age to my country and the world. The peaks of the Andes changed colour with the impossible red of our sunsets, with the colour of yearning. And this is the only thing that still remains from those years, the only thing they have not been able to deny us or destroy. The miracle of the dawn in Chile. For this I have come back, for this I am still here.” – Miguel Serrano
For those who understand the principle of blood and soil, such failure is not surprising. Organic civilization demands rooting in its own mythology - in the New World even more so, expressly because our nations are nations of immigrants longing to be unified under a compelling common vision. The rise of a New World civilization first requires that post-colonial Americans of all origins declare that we migrated here not merely to seek a better life away from the Old World, but to help our fellow swastika bearers of antiquity rebuild our Lost City. What two Aryan bloodlines began in prehistory that had since come so close to being been completely forgotten, Aryan bloodlines brought in from all over the planet can together now remember, resume and complete: this time, not the Atlantis that was, but the Atlantis that was meant to be.
“So many races that have come and others that will come. In this manner, a sensitive and ample heart will be taking shape within us; a heart that embraces and contains everything and is moved with sympathy, but, full of vigor, imposes new laws upon the world. … We in America shall arrive, before any other part of the world, at the creation of a new race fashioned out of the treasures of all the previous ones: The final race, the cosmic race.” – Jose Vasconcelos
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