Public School Students Pray To Aztec Gods

“These can be used as energizers to bring the class together, build unity around ethnic studies principles and values, and to reinvigorate the class following a lesson that may be emotionally taxing or even when student engagement may appear to be low.”

Three California parents are suing to prevent the state’s public school system from reciting prayers to Aztec deities that have been worshipped with human sacrifice – arguing that doing so violates the U.S. and state constitutions. 

Tezkatlipoka is an Aztec god that was honored with human sacrifices. According to the World History Encyclopedia, an impersonator of Tezkatlipoka would be sacrificed with his heart removed to honor the deity. In Aztec mythology, Tezkatlipoka is the brother of Quetzalcoatl, Huitzilopochtli and Xipe Totec – all of whom appear to be invoked in the chant. Source: Fox New


Not the constitution, but the Word of God

Thou shalt have no other gods before me. Exodus 20: 3

It is not the U.S. constitution or any state constitution that should be our rule; it is the Word of God. Constitutions may be changed, amended, or done away with but the Word of God endureth for ever.

What more will it take to wake up the people to the dangerous teachings of a humanistic school system? Many see the public (State) school system as “a tree to be desired to make one wise”. Don’t be fooled, it is a system of educational perversion.

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