IX But Tláloc does not forget the Mexica And he continues to watch over them from afar Tláloc sends you his blessing and help In the form of rain and crops Tláloc also remembers the Spanish And he forgives them their offense and their betrayal Tláloc accepts them as his children And he offers them his protection Tláloc becomes a universal god That he does not distinguish between races or cultures Tláloc becomes a natural god That he is only governed by nature

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