Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Mexico: The media exaggerated the practice of human sacrifice in the case of Aztec civilization.

Hollywood in more than a movie, to lift the box office has exaggerated the practice of human sacrifice in the indigenous peoples of America as in the case of Aztec civilization and even concealed the horrors of the Inquisition in Europe, much more bloody and oppressive than the Aztec ritual sacrifice.

 

Today we present an excellent account of the newspaper "El Pais", Madrid, Spain where a renowned Mexican archaeologist, Professor Eduardo Matos Moctezuma, clarifies these exaggerations and myths about indigenous people in Mexico before the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus, little doubt now that Chinese archaeologists say that China discovered America long before.Gualterio Nunez Estrada, Sarasota, Florida, 34232.
Hollywood em mais de um filme, para levantar as bilheterias exagerou a prática de sacrifícios humanos nos povos indígenas da América como no caso da civilização asteca e ainda ocultaram os horrores da Inquisição na Europa, muito mais sangrenta e opressivo do que o sacrifício ritual asteca.



Hoje, apresentamos um excelente relato do jornal "El Pais", Madrid, Espanha, onde um renomado arqueólogo mexicano, o professor Eduardo Matos Moctezuma, esclarece esses exageros e mitos sobre os povos indígenas no México antes da descoberta da América por Christopher Columbus, pouca dúvida de que agora os arqueólogos chineses dizem que a China descobriu a América muito antes
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hariuddo de eiga ijō ni , amerika senjūmin no asutekabunmei no baai de sae mo , yōroppa de itan shinmon no osoroshi sa wo kakushi te , haruka ni to chimamire no ningen no gisei no renshū wo kochō shi te iru kōgyō wo kaijo suru asutekazoku no gishiki no gisei ni mo appaku .

kyō , wareware ",madoriddo, supein de yūmei na mekishiko no kōko gakusha , kyōju edo~uarudomatosumokutesuma, kurisutofā koronbusu no amerika hakken sa reru mae wa , korera no kochō to mekishiko no senjūmin zoku no hitobito nitsuite no shinwa wo meikaku ni kami "erupaisu no yūshū na akaunto ga sonzai utagai no yochi ima de wa chūgoku no kōko gakusha wa , chūgoku ga amerika wo hakken shi ta to iu .

Hǎoláiwù diànyǐng duō, jiěchú piàofáng kuādà le shíjiàn zhōng de rén de xīshēng tǔzhù rénmín zài měiguó de ànjiàn ā zī tè kè wénmíng, shènzhì yǐnbì de kǒngbù zōngjiào cáipàn zài ōuzhōu, gèng duō de xuèxīng hé Yāpò bǐ ā zī tè kè yíshì xīshēng.

Jīntiān, wǒmen tígōng yīgè jí hǎo de zhànghù de bàozhǐ “guójiā bào”, mǎdélǐ, xībānyá zài mòxīgē zhùmíng kǎogǔ xué jiā, jiàoshòu àidéhuá duō mǎ tuō sī mò kè tè zǔ mǎ, chǎnmíng zhèxiē kuāzhāng hé shénhuà guānyú tǔzhù rénmín zài mòxīgē fāxiàn zhīqián, měiguó de kèlǐsītuōfú gēlúnbù, Háo wú yíwèn xiànzài shì zhōngguó kǎogǔ xué jiā shuō, zhōngguó fāxiàn měizhōu zhīqián hěnjiǔ.
Hollywood trong hơn một bộ phim, để nâng văn phòng hộp đã phóng đại các thực hành của sự hy sinh của con người trong các dân tộc bản địa của Mỹ như trong trường hợp của nền văn minh Aztec, và thậm chí che dấu các horrors của Inquisition ở châu Âu, nhiều hơn nữa và đẫm máu áp bức hơn so với sự hy sinh nghi lễ Aztec.

Hôm nay chúng tôi trình bày một tài khoản xuất sắc của tờ báo "El Pais", Madrid, Tây Ban Nha, nơi một nhà khảo cổ học Mexico nổi tiếng, Giáo sư Eduardo Matos Moctezuma, làm rõ những exaggerations và huyền thoại về người dân bản địa ở Mexico trước khi phát hiện ra Mỹ của Christopher Columbus, chút nghi ngờ bây giờ mà các nhà khảo cổ của Trung Quốc nói rằng Trung Quốc đã phát hiện ra rất lâu trước khi Mỹ.

Adhika sē adhika ēka philma mēṁ hŏlīvuḍa, bŏksa ŏphisa para uṭhānē kē li'ē hai amērikā kī svadēśī lōgōṁ mēṁ ēzṭēka sabhyatā kē māmalē mēṁ aura bhī dharmādhikaraṇa kē yūrōpa mēṁ khaupha chupā mānava balidāna kā abhyāsa atiran̄jita, adhika aura khūnī Ēzṭēka pūjā balidāna sē damanakārī.Adhika sē adhika ēka philma mēṁ hŏlīvuḍa, bŏksa ŏphisa para uṭhānē kē li'ē hai amērikā kī svadēśī lōgōṁ mēṁ ēzṭēka sabhyatā kē māmalē mēṁ aura bhī dharmādhikaraṇa kē yūrōpa mēṁ khaupha chupā mānava balidāna kā abhyāsa atiran̄jita, adhika aura khūnī Ēzṭēka pūjā balidāna sē damanakārī.


Āja hama akhabāra'ala pēsa kē ēka utkr̥ṣṭa khātē mēṁ maujūda', spēna maiḍriḍa, jahāṁ ēka prasid'dha purātatvavid maiksikana, prōphēsara ēḍu'ārḍō Matos Moctezuma, krisṭōphara kōlambasa nē amērikā kī khōja sē pahalē ina exaggerations aura mēksikō mēṁ sthānīya lōgōṁ kē bārē mēṁ mithakōṁ spaṣṭa kiyā hai, Aba thōṛā sandēha nahīṁ hai ki cīnī purātatvavidōṁ kā kahanā hai ki cīna amērikā kī khōja kī lambē samaya sē pahalē.




Āja hama akhabāra'ala pēsa kē ēka utkr̥ṣṭa khātē mēṁ maujūda', spēna maiḍriḍa, jahāṁ ēka prasid'dha purātatvavid maiksikana, prōphēsara ēḍu'ārḍō Matos Moctezuma, krisṭōphara kōlambasa nē amērikā kī khōja sē pahalē ina exaggerations aura mēksikō mēṁ sthānīya lōgōṁ kē bārē mēṁ mithakōṁ spaṣṭa kiyā hai, Aba thōṛā sandēha nahīṁ hai ki cīnī purātatvavidōṁ kā kahanā hai ki cīna amērikā kī khōja kī lambē samaya sē pahalē.


Hollywood dans plus d'un film, de lever le box-office a exagéré la pratique des sacrifices humains chez les peuples autochtones d'Amérique, comme dans le cas de la civilisation aztèque et même dissimulé les horreurs de l'Inquisition en Europe, beaucoup plus meurtrière et oppressante que le sacrifice rituel aztèque.

Nous présentons aujourd'hui un excellent compte rendu du journal "El Pais", Madrid, Espagne, où un archéologue mexicain de renom, le Professeur Eduardo Matos Moctezuma, précise ces exagérations et les mythes sur les populations autochtones au Mexique avant la découverte de l'Amérique par Christopher Columbus, peu de doute maintenant que les archéologues chinois disent que la Chine a découvert l'Amérique bien avant.
The Aztec gods did not require so much blood


Matos Moctezuma archeologist shape topics on human sacrifice

HYACINTH ANTOON -Barcelona - 03 15, 2010 "El Pais", Madrid, Spain.
Votes Been 61 votes Eduardo Matos Moctezuma (, 1940 in Mexico City) who has travelled to Barcelona to take part in the day art and myth organized by Pompeu Fabra University and the Barbier-Mueller Museum is one of the names of reference in Mesoamerican archaeology. Director of excavations in the Mexican capital project Templo Mayor is considered one of the people who know more of the Aztecs around the world. Despite his affable aspect, the scientist has a worthy of his surname Obsidian, character (Moctezuma, "which is makes fear" in Nahuatl), a surname majestic - of the penultimate Aztec caudillo-, emphasizing "has not predestined my interest".
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"The last thing we have found is the Temple of the God of wind"

"The project of the Templo Mayor started 32 years ago," explains this journal "when coincidentally a monumental piece, representing a lunar deity, Coyolxauqhi. shield-shaped" The dig is the Templo Mayor, dismantled in the 16th century building. For years we have dedicated to explore the building and its outskirts, that area of great sacredness of Tenochtitlan containing up to 78 cult buildings. "The last thing we have found is the Temple of the God of the wind, Ehecatl, which has appeared behind the Cathedral". Matos Moctezuma considers the archaeology and "travel in a time machine" or descend into the world of the dead back to life. "Every day have left the land the old gods", points.
Human sacrifices continue disrupting observers of Aztec culture. The imagery of uprooted palpitantes hearts... "Does and does not cause perhaps the same or more the Inquisition with their faith cars repulsion?", is upset the scholar. "Think about it." Not to mention of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. At least the Aztecs not killed the other because judged it, but for ritual purposes. Human sacrifice was a propiciatorio, Rite of agricultural, origin for life not stop, so that the Sun follow its course. Certainly believes that the phenomenon in the Aztec world has much exaggerated. Archaeological data give the lie to the sacrifices were so massive. There was a special Festival to the God of war sacrificed prisoners. And then there were more sporadic occasions in which sacrificed to individual characterized as the God who venerated. And what about cannibalism? American anthropologist Marvin Harris theorized that the sacrifices were an excuse for food. "Enough black legends and nonsense!", explodes Moctezuma. "Not me speak Harris!" Read things serious, please. There are scientific studies have shown that there were plant and animal resources more than sufficient. Human meat consumption was not at all a widespread Act. "Only in some specific ritual with a sacrificed represented the God was taken as a form of communion".


Los dioses aztecas no requerían tanta sangre



El arqueólogo Matos Moctezuma lima tópicos sobre los sacrificios humanos

JACINTO ANTÓN - Barcelona - 15/03/2010 "El Pais", Madrid, Espana.
Vota Resultado 61 votos
Eduardo Matos Moctezuma (Ciudad de México, 1940), que ha viajado a Barcelona para participar en la jornada Arte y mito organizada por la Universidad Pompeu Fabra y el Museo Barbier-Mueller, es uno de los nombres de referencia en la arqueología mesoamericana. Director del Proyecto Templo Mayor de excavaciones en la capital mexicana, está considerado una de las personas que más saben de los aztecas en todo el mundo. Pese a su aspecto afable, el científico tiene un carácter de obsidiana, digno de su apellido (Moctezuma, "el que se hace temer", en náhuatl), un apellido majestuoso -el del penúltimo caudillo azteca- que, subraya "no ha predestinado mi interés".
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"Lo último que hemos encontrado es el templo del dios de viento"
"El Proyecto del Templo Mayor comenzó hace ya 32 años", explica a este diario, "cuando apareció fortuitamente una pieza monumental, en forma de escudo, que representaba a una deidad lunar, Coyolxauqhi. Al excavar se encuentra el edificio del Templo Mayor, desmantelado en el siglo XVI. Durante años nos hemos dedicado a estudiar el edificio y sus aledaños, toda esa área de gran sacralidad de Tenochtitlan que contenía hasta 78 edificios de culto. Lo último que hemos encontrado es el templo del dios del viento, Ehecatl, que ha aparecido detrás de la catedral". Matos Moctezuma considera la arqueología como "viajar en una máquina del tiempo" o descender al mundo de los muertos y devolverlos a la vida. "Cada día han salido de la tierra los dioses antiguos", apunta.
Los sacrificios humanos siguen perturbando a los observadores de la cultura azteca. Esa imaginería de corazones palpitantes arrancados... "¿Y no provoca acaso la misma o más repulsión la Inquisición con sus autos de fe?", se enoja el estudioso. "Piénselo. Por no hablar de Hiroshima y Nagasaki. Al menos los aztecas no mataban al otro porque lo juzgaban diferente, sino con una finalidad ritual. El sacrificio humano era un rito propiciatorio, de origen agrario, para que la vida no se detuviera, para que el sol siguiera su curso. En todo caso, se cree que se ha exagerado mucho el fenómeno en el mundo azteca. Los datos arqueológicos desmienten que los sacrificios fueran tan masivos. Había una fiesta especial al dios de la guerra en la que se sacrificaban prisioneros. Y luego había otras ocasiones más esporádicas en las que se sacrificaba a un solo individuo caracterizado como el dios al que se veneraba". ¿Y qué hay del canibalismo? El antropólogo estadounidense Marvin Harris teorizó que los sacrificios eran en realidad una excusa para disponer de alimento. "¡Basta de leyendas negras y tonterías!", estalla Moctezuma. "¡No me hable de Harris! Lean cosas serias, por favor. Hay estudios científicos que demuestran que había recursos animales y vegetales más que suficientes. El consumo de carne humana no era en absoluto un acto generalizado. Tan sólo en algún ritual específico, con un sacrificado que representaba al dios, se tomaba como una forma de comunión".













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