Toltec, Nagualism and the confusion about lineages Reply

I think many of us know fairly well (at least through David Icke’s books) of how the darkness grew and evolved for thousands of years in Europe, Australia and in modern America. But what of pre-Columbian America before the Aztec, Maya, and Inca?

The writer of this essay sums up what was going on in what is now known as Mexico, and then shares about the lineage of warriors who broke off from the darkness to embrace source creativity, and who survived until these modern times.

Their ways were called the Toltec Path, and were shared with us in an earlier wave of light-warriors, one of whom was Carlos Castaneda, who later wrote books about the breakaway from the morbidity of the darkness. Castaneda is considered by many to be the father of the new age movement that started in the 1960s.

This essay describes the origins of the ancient (old and morbid) Toltec, and explains the importance of distinguishing them from the “new” Toltec seers of these modern times.

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Recently there has been a frightening number of bandwagon effects surrounding these words.  These words are intense and loaded.  As a Toltec warrior and a person walking a path as a man of knowledge, it has come often to my attention that if it is said on Wikipedia and on some video on the internet it must be true.  If enough people pass that along then it becomes accepted as fact.  Clarifications are in order, and not from the internet, but from direct experience and connection to intent and hopefully well established lineages.  This bandwagon effect is exactly what occurred in the first century to the nagual Yeshua Ben Joseph though in context he would have never used the word nagual, rather “gnostic” or knower of spiritual pathways.

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