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V But the men from the west arrived those who brought fire and metal and they came with a thirst for blood and gold and who wanted to subjugate the continent. And with them came the pestilences who decimated the children of corn and that made them weak and unhappy and that filled them with fear and death. And with them came the traitors those who hated the Mexicans and that they allied themselves with the invaders. And among them were the Tlaxcalans those who knew the ancestral secret and that they revealed it to the conquerors.

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 Sonnet V - 5 sonnets to the Feathered Serpent, the spine of the universe, in the Temple of Quetzalcóatl, the center of the world.
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