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    Finding Atzlan



    Historic Aztec Treasure is Refuse

    In 1352 AD, Hector Jose Murguia Flores Gutierrez, discovered and transcribed a stone tablet from an early Aztec dwelling, located in Central Mexico. The ancient tablet has since been lost to history. However, this transcribed map proves that the Aztecs were directionally challenged and therfore explains the contemporary confusion over their first century migration patterns. The evidence of directional dysfunction amongst the Aztecs has been preserved, in this only surviving map, known to historians as the Bass Ackwards Map of 1352. Until recently, this forgotten piece of history was believed to have been destroyed by fire in 1845. Fortunately, an attentive American taking out the trash, at a well known Latino organization, rescued the map from a waste basket, sitting next to a paper shredder. It is unclear how this organization came to possess such a valuable piece of Aztec history and it is evident by its near fatal destruction, that they did not know the historic significance.
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    1300 whatawhata? Didn't Columbus sail the ocean blue in 1492? Sounds like the Spanish were a bit off on their math when it comes to history as well....

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    I just made up a number. LOL
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