Aztecs-Mexica, The Sacred Power of Sweeping + How This Can Enrich You

The broom and the act of sweeping by the Aztec, more accurately the Mexica, have often been misidentified as strictly communicating femininity, principally because a small tlazoltectli (Nahuatl, “broom”) was placed in an infant girl’s hand, during the bathing birth

Busting Popular Maya Myths

Maya Time as Being Cyclical, Even the Long Count Calendar David Stuart in The Order of Days does a remarkable job at explaining the cyclical nature of the Maya Long Count Calendar, and addressing many misconceptions concerning ancient Maya culture.