You know they spoke only náhuatl, that is, before Cortés. Unfortunately, after the conquest, Spanish was imposed on everyone, and náhuatl was relegated and almost banned. I wish it was taught in schools regularly.
Regarding my misunderstanding, I see it now. Sorry. But if IIRC, you are the one who introduced the “crap” thing (not directed to me, though, I admit) in your OP:
Anyways, tell me something, C#3, did you listen to the Art Bell’s interview of Mr. Mini? Was there any interesting, credible information said in the program? Being in México there’s no way I can tune in to any radio station where Mr. Bell’s program is broadcasted, and I’m curious.
Also, have you read the entire info given on the website you mentioned? I have the utmost respect for the Aztec culture, although this doesn’t mean that I think it was the “most advanced” civilization there was. They were pretty much advanced in some ways, but they were also very cruel and supersticious (the spaniards were no less cruel and supersticious, BTW). What pisses me off is to see that someone like this Mr. Mini can come up with a bunch of lies, and tell the world that the Aztecs did this, and knew that, with no evidence whatsoever! All he has is his word about strange feelings, teachings he received from supposed aztecs, information about the government being “panicked” by the 13 de agosto profecies, wonderful technologies mastered by the Aztecs (he never says in the site what those are), etc. And in the end, he says that he doesn’t know what is going to happen!
What a bunch of… well, crap!
Men will cease to commit atrocities only when they cease to believe absurdities.