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Chicahuac Necahuatl
General Information

Main blog:Poetess Chicahuac
Gender:Female
Occupation:Artistic / Creative
Education:High school, Some college, School of life
Religion:Other
Race/lineage:Other
Location:Mexico, Anahuac


Appearance

Body Size:Sturdy
Height:4' 11" (150 cm)
Eyes:Hazel Green
Hair Color:Salt & Pepper
Hair Style:Ever Changing
Skin Tone:Light Brown
Best Feature:Eyes
Clothing Pref.:Practical


Personal Information

Relationship Status:Married
Family Info:Nican Tlaca Anahuac Mexica
Sexual Preference:Straight/Heterosexual
Existing as:Human
Smoking:Occasionally
Liquor:Social drinker. One or two
Exercise:Regularly
Your Home:Live with husband
Biography/About:I am now an ordained and licensed Spiritual Humanism Elder - I can and do preform marriage ceremonies, blessings, energy channeling, as well as marriage counseling. You may contact me through my personal website Ometeotl Ministries. The name Chicahuac Necahuatl is NOW LEGAL.... Yes I had my name legally changed, no more spanish/hispanic/latino slave name. I'm a woman, a warrior, writer, singer and a poet. These eyes have seen much, this heart has felt much. I try to relay a message in all my works.
Likes:Truth; love; art; poetry; reading; music; "our story"; animals; nature; science; family; our continent before the 1492 invasion; Mayan and Nican Tlaca culture.
Dislikes:Borders; people being called immigrants and illegal aliens; our present government; our continent being stolen in 1492 and being falsely called America real name Anahuac!
Interests:Revolution, reading, education, like minded people.


Personal Favorites

People/Heroes:All who fight the good fight and those who get off their asses to get educated, my dad!
Books:Daily Life of the Aztecs by Jacques Soustelle, Mexico by Michael Coe, Mexico Profundo by Guillermo Bonfil Batalla, Lies My Teacher Told Me by James W. Loewen, Stolen Continent The "New World" Through Indian Eyes by Ronald Wright, Anahuac Book by Olin Tezcatlipoca, American Holocaust by David E. Stannard, Year 501 by Noam Chomsky, Colonizer's Model of the World by J.M. Blaut, 1491 by Charles Mann, Mexico's Indigenous Past by Lopez Austin and Lopez Lujan, American Indian Contributions to the World by Emory Dean Keoke & Kay Marie Porterfield CHRONOLOGY AND OTHER REFERENCES, Latin America: From Colonization To Globalization by Noam Chomsky, Encyclopedia of World History 6th Edition by Peter Stam, Oxford Atlas of History 2002 by Oxford Press, Course of Mexican History by Michael C. Meyer and William L. Sherman, Oxford History of Mexico 2000 by Michael Meyer and William Beezley, In the Language of Kings by Miguel Leon-Portilla, Skywatchers by Anthony F. Aveni, Flayed God (out of print, get used) by Roberta and Peter Markman, The Mastery Of Love by Don Miguel Ruiz, An Analytical Dictionary of Nahuatl by Frances Karttunen
Music Genres:Anything with a real message and backbone.
Bands/Artists:El Vuh, Victor E, Billy Holiday, Sam Cooke, Nina Simon, Gimmy Hendrix, Sun Ra and his Arkest'Ra
Albums/CDs:Black and Red Ink
Season:Autumn
Food:Maize
Quotes:You may call me Mexican You may call me Chicana, You can even call me a half breed! Pero DON'T ever call me hispanic and DON'T ever call me latina Those are fighting words pinche pendejo! Chicahuacnecahuatl


Four Most Recent Entries

2013 WOW
So! December 21, 2012 didn't end with a bang! I didn't think it would....I always felt that it would be the end of much of the chaos we now experience and are undergoing. What if anything are you seeing as a positive change in your neck of the woods? Yes there is horrible things, very negative things going on around the world but as the saying goes....,"the darkest is just before the dawn" I don't know who said that but it's very true. I know for myself when things are at there most toughest and I want to throw in the towel that is when things begin to change slowly for the better and once...
 
BackPage
Have been promoting my business on backpage.com with pretty good success. The cost to post adds are not that pricey and the clientele are consistent. All and all it's working out pretty well! Perhaps you'd like to try it out in your own city! Click the banner below and get your business posted in your city, town, village ;-) today! Will keep you updated and good luck in all that you do!
 
Too Long an Absence. . . .
My goodness, I have been gone so long from here. So many things and changes have underwent in my life. Coming back is like coming home to a tiny secret cabin high up in the mountains where no one knows where you are. Let's see, first and foremost and most likely the most difficult thing that has happened to me recently is that my Father passed away this past December 3rd, 2011 {RIP} Jefito mi amor y corazon. I'm now a home/land owner and run my own business out of my home. Right now things are slow. The economy is horrific, too many people here in Kansas and other major states around the...
 
Long time!
Wow, it's been like a really long time since I've blogged here! I almost forgot about it. Geeez I've been so busy. Taking care of Dad, the home, the dogs and now myself. Just found out recently that I have type 2 diabetes.... So now I have dad enrolled in a Adult Day Care program and have some freedom and free time for me on Mon.s, Wed.s, and Fri.s..... This is when I go to the Y and work out, I have a great work out partner and he's wonderful. His wife and sons are too I just love them, really good friends. So yesterday was my first day at the Y, did pretty good, didn't have the bad...
 






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