Just before the 2012 election, the Obama administration spent a couple million dollars restoring the murals at Chicano Park, which honor communist dictators, extreme anti-Americanism and Mexican separatism. The Chicano/La Raza/Aztlán movement is a supremacist neo-pagan/occult quasi-religious movement that draws significant inspiration from other racial nationalist movements, such as Nazism, though at the same time it has collectivist aspects similar to Marxism.
The Chicano myth of Aztlán developed by Mexican/Hispanic supremacists is similar to — if not directly adapted from — the occult Nazi myth of a utopian Atlantis, where the Aryans dwelt as a race of gods. The Aztecs are also said to have been descended from a mythical race of gods, who lived in their homeland paradise of Aztlán.
Chicano Park in San Diego has swastikas displayed all around the park. If you ask they will probably say that it is an old Indian, symbol, which is true. However, such swastikas were not a common feature of Aztec art. The style of these swastikas is similar to those used by organizations that had connections to Nazism. Some occult groups admire the realization of the occult will of the Nazis, whether they agree with the methods and specific racial beliefs, or not. They see spiritual power in Nazi and occult symbolism. The Nazis also tried to gain the support of Mexican nationalists in both World Wars in exchange for a return of the Southwestern United States to Mexico. So, there is some history of cooperation and sympathy between the Mexican and German nationalist movements.
Chicano-ism teaches the supremacy of the “new” Hispanic mestizo (or mixed) “race” over other races. This is still a racist concept, or better said, a reverse-racist concept. The founders of the Chicano movement have adapted and re-used some Nazi occult mythology to their own Mexican-American cultural context. This webpage outlines and reviews some of the similarities and also other quasi-religious symbolism used in the Chicano nationalist movement. As is the nature of such revolutionary movements, most of the rank-and-file members are probably not aware of the occult underpinnings of this perverse ideology.
The Minutemen and others have complained in the past about the Chicanos raising a modified version of the Mexican flag at this public park. Such a flag raising, though a violation of the Flag Code, can be considered by the authorities to be a legitimate, though very obnoxious, exercise of their 1st Amendment right to freedom of speech. A bigger issue is that this is a subversive, racialist anti-American quasi-religious cult movement, blatantly mis-using public land and tax money for neo-pagan religious purposes and to promote their subversive revolutionary political agenda. That city, state and federal governments fund their religious and political activities in such places as Chicano Park in San Diego violates the Constitution and a number of laws at various levels. It is, in fact, treasonous for public officials to support a nationalist group that claims a large part of the US as its lost homeland.
Millions of tax dollars have been spent on the murals and upkeep of Chicano Park. In addition, this Chicano identity quasi-religion is taught at many universities and high schools under the guise of “ethnic studies,” supported with with your tax dollars.
The Chicanos are also not representative of all Mexican-Americans and their control of the park is discriminatory in favor of a small group with a separatist, anti-American, political agenda.
ORIGIN OF THE TERM, “LA RAZA”
According to the links below, the term “La Raza” comes from the book, “La Raza Cósmica,” (The Cosmic Race) published in 1925 by the Mexican nationalist and mystic, José Vasconcelos. Vasconcelos is often called the “father of indigenism.” Life magazine reported in 1940 that Vasconcelos was a paid Nazi agent and propagandist.
Here, a founder La Raza Unida and of the Chicano movement scapegoats and publicly advocates elimination of whites.
CHICANO SACRIFICIAL MASS MURDER
In 2005 radical Chicano, Juan Alvarez, caused the derailment of a train in Los Angeles, killing 11 people and wounding 180. After the killings, Alvarez engaged in ritualistic bloodletting, characteristic of the Aztecs. These murders can be considered to be sacrificial killings, rooted in Chicano mysticism and the Aztec blood cult.
One of the Founders of the Chicano movement wrote a famous poem, entitled “I am Joaquin,” which compares himself and the mestizo race to Christ, the Messiah.
I am Joaquín.
The odds are great
But my spirit is strong,
My faith unbreakable,
My blood is pure.
I am Aztec prince and Christian Christ.
The art in the mural below — displayed at Chicano Park in San Diego — includes a bold swastika in the middle of the mural. In Nazism the Swastika was the symbol of the superior race, the Aryans. This is a concept that was taken from the occult group, the Theosophical Society, founded by the famous Luciferian, Madame Helena Blavatsky.
Since the neo-Aztec concept of “La Raza” is still a kind a supremacist concept, one can assume that this slightly modified Nazi swastika is symbolic here of the supremacy of the Mexican mestizo “race.”
One Chicano website, The Mexi’cayotl Indio Cultural Center, made this comparison between the Aztecs, the Nazis and Communists. The ideology of Chicano-ism combines aspects of both Nazism and Communism.
Their (the Aztecs) city-state was the center of the universe, the navel of the earth. The Mexi’ca felt that they had a right to re-write history in order to make themselves seem to be the logical and prophetic inheritors of the classic cultures of the ancients. The poetry, stonework, artwork, and architecture of the Mexi’ca people reveal a colossal, triumphant psychology that finds modern echos in the cultures of Nazi Germany, Stalinist Russia and Maoist China.
Early Nazis used various swastikas that swirl in either direction, including this curved swastika. Hitler standardized the official design on a swastika that swirls in the clockwise direction and has straight arms, but other kinds of swastikas continued to be used for non-official purposes.
This mural is entitled “The Prophecy of Quetzalcoatl,” the Aztec Messiah, who is presented as a green-plumed serpent, but will return as an ordinary man. The swastika here probably represents his return, destruction of the current system and the re-birth of Aztlán/La Raza.
For comparison, the swastika below was shown on an Aryan-Nation building in the PBS documentary “Nazi America a Secret History.” The two nationalist groups, Chicano and Aryan Nation share the same symbol, just swirled in opposite directions.
The swastika had an analogous meaning in the Nazi context. Hitler was the Nazi messiah, a god-man, who was to bring on world transformation and create an new Aryan millennium, the Thousand Year Reich. In the Christian context Quetzalcoatl, usually represented as a green-plumed serpent, could be considered to be the equivalent to Lucifer, who in the Christian tradition will falsely claim to be the Messiah.
Below the swastika in the image above is an Asian yin-yang figure, symbolic of the struggle between good and evil. In the context of Chicano Park, this can be taken to symbolize the struggle against the white oppressor race. Above it is a six-pointed star, which is not only a Jewish symbol, but also an occult/Freemasonic symbol, which signifies the union of man with God, or here perhaps symbolizes, in analogy to Nazism, the divinity of the mestizo Hispanic race, the Chosen People.
The image above has a representation of Quetzalcoatl as the plumed serpent and a swastika shown as a shooting star. The shooting star may represent the return of Quetzalcoatl, the messiah, as a man-god.
A Nazi belt buckle with similar swastika design.
The swastika is an ancient solar symbol and the symbol of the Hindu god, Igna, the god of fire. Both meanings symbolize death and rebirth or destruction of the old system and reaction of a new system. The sun sets every evening (destroyed) and rises again every morning (rebirth). Fire destroys the old and creates new growth. The swastika is a variation of the solar cross, aka solar wheel, which is an important pagan/occult symbol. Many solar wheels are seen in the murals at Chicano Park.
Historical Side note: The Theosophists actually had their world headquarters in San Diego from about 1900, where the campus of the Nazarene college on Point Loma is today. Their campus was shut down and taken over by the US Navy as WWII approached, because it was known there was a connection between Theosophy and Nazism. The Nazis borrowed some of their occult concepts ultimately from the Theosophists and some top Nazis were Theosophists. The Theosophists also used a swastika in their logo.
The Theosophists teach that races have karma, based on the collectives actions of their members. The Aryan race is the highest race, whose symbol is the swastika. At times in history an adept appears, who is a great historical figure, a god-man. Vasconcelos — in analogy to what the Nazis did — appears to have just adapted the teachings of Theosophy to fit his own vision of the mestizo race as being the superior (cosmic) race and in these murals a Chicano park, the swastika would appear to represent the Cosmic Race.
The Thule Gesellschaft was an occult society that spawned the Nazi Party. The Thule used a similar swastika as in Chicano Park with curved arms. The Nazis also used at times such swastikas, but swirled in the opposite direction.
Thule is another name for “Atlantis,” as is “Hyperborea.” In Nazi mythology, Atlantis was the lost homeland of the Aryan god-men. In Aztec mythology, the Atlantis-like Aztlán is the lost homeland of the Aztecs. Below is an excerpt from “La Raza Cosmica.”
The architectural ruins of the legendary Maya, Quechua, and Toltec are proof of civilized life that precedes the oldest foundation of the Orient and Europe. As the investigations progress, the hypothesis of Atlantis is affirmed, as the craddle of a civilization that thousands of years ago flourished in the vanished continent and in part of what is now America. To think of Atlantis evoques the memory of its mysterious antecedents. The disappeared hyperboreous continent, that left few clues other than the traces of life and culture that sometimes are found under the snows of Greenland; the lemurian or black race of the South; the Atlantis civilization of the red men; next the appearance of the yellow, and at last, the civilization of the whites. This profound legendary hypothesis is a better explanation for the development of the races than the beliefs of geologists like Ameghino, who place the origin of Man in Patagonia, a land that is well known to be of recent geologic formation. (Emphasis added.)
There are several such swastikas displayed at San Diego’s Chicano Park. Below is another example in the middle of the concentric circles on the upper left of the image.
Not only is Chicano Park on “occupied” public land, but politically-correct government bureaucrats in the National Park Service recently added this extreme anti-American site to the National Register of Historic Locations. An exception was made, in order to add them to the Register, because the murals are not at least 50 years old as is normally required. One might assume that being added to the register helped Caltrans obtain a $1.6 million dollar federal grant to restore the murals, which was awarded soon enough that the murals were restored just before 2012 election time.
The design of the flag of United Farm Workers of America (UFWA), a Chicano organization, has a symbol of Chicano nationalism (Eagle) in a white circle on a field of red, symbolizing socialism, that is apparently a form of Chicano National Socialism. The design is borrowed from a well-known, historic design of a German National Socialist (Nazi) flag as shown in the comparison below, with the well-known symbol of Aryan nationalism in a field of red.
This is an example of the Nazi version of the same flag design.
United Farm Workers’ of America flag inspired by the Nazi design.
Section of a mural at Chicano Park with a historically accurate Nazi Swastika near the center of the image.
Next is an image of a magic circle in a pit at Chicano Park, used for religious ritual. They call it a “Kiva,” as Indians of the Southwest call similar religious strutures. Note the all-seeing eye of Ra, the Egyptian solar diety, above the magic circle. A sweat lodge is next to the circle, also used for religious ceremony. Worship using a magic circle or solar circle is common of Wiccanism and other pagan/occult religions. The bottom of the underpass is blackened from the smoke of many pagan religious ceremonial fires and the ashes of the fires are often seen on the ground below.
There is a mixture of pagan Aztec symbolism at the Chicano-park site and more common western occult symbols, like this all-seeing eye. This is a site for the performance of ritual, which, considering the Chicano doctrine, are most likely meant to bring about the realization of Aztlán as a nation, the return of Quetzalcoatl (the Aztec messiah) and the re-birth/exaltation of La Raza and a return to the former glory of the Aztecs.
Underneath the all-seeing eye is a human heart in front of a pyramid. The Aztecs used to engage in human sacrifice in the temples of their pyramids, in which the heart was torn out of the victims chest. You can click on the above image to expand it and get a better view of the heart. The Chicanos place special significance on the heart and are apparently referencing Aztec human sacrifice at the altar where their own religious ceremonies take place.
Next to the circular pit, used for religious offerings and sacrifice is the frame of a sweat lodge, which is also used by native American Indian tribes for religious ceremony and purification. There have been cases, in which people died or were seriously injured in such sweat lodges. The City could have a serious legal liability if that happened here, especially since such religious sites are not legal on public property.
The mural of the intertwined snakes is a reference to the Staff of Hermes, which is often used as an symbol of the occult. The Cult of Hermes Trismegistus (thrice great) in Alexandria was an early center of the study and development of the Gnostic occult, which has to do with the worship of man, the idea that man can exalt himself to divinity, a Luciferian concept in the context of traditional Christianity. Due to the abundance of occult symbols and references in a number of different murals, it must be assumed that this mural is also a reference to occult belief. You can read more about the occult Hermetic religion at this link:
This image below is the normal depiction of Hermes and his staff.
Besides Chicano leaders, communists like Fidel Castro and Che Guevara are honored on the Park murals. Other murals contain references to Salvador Allende, Ho Chi Minh and Emiliano Zapata.
One of the original mural artists refers in this clip to the revolutionary, cult millenary religious significance of the murals as Chicano Park. This is an excerpt from a KPBS, San Diego interview by Peggy Pico of Mario Torero, one of the original muralists and Jesse Constancio, Chicano Park Steering Committee member
This land belongs to the California State Highway Patrol and the Park had to be approved by the San Diego City Council. So, it is bizarre that it is used for pagan/occult ritual and also as a kind of shrine to a subversive, reverse-racist, revolutionary anti-American political movement, Chicano nationalism. The City and the State must be violating multiple laws by allowing this revolutionary cult religious and political site to operate on public land and support it with taxpayer funds.
HISTORY OF THE CHICANO VERSION OF THE AZTLAN MYTH
Chicanos gratuitously identify Aztlán as the southwestern United States, lost in the Mexican-American war of 1846-48. They actually try to use use this manufactured concept to claim a holy right to the Southwest.
Mexicans believe they inherited a claim to the American Southwest from the Spanish after the Mexican War Independence that ended in 1821, but the Mexicans never had much of a presence in the American Southwest. There were a couple hundred thousand people in the Southwest from 1821-1848 and the vast majority of them were American Indians that had no feeling at all of being Mexican citizens, but were, in fact, often openly hostile to Mexican (mestizo) occupation.
The vast American Southwest at that time was unoccupied, except for Indian tribes a few former Spanish administrators, missionaries and a couple of detachments of Mexican troops. The Chicanos use a specious collective argument that, since the southwest was once populated by indigenous people that the territory belongs to all descendents of indigenous people, even mestizos, whether they ever lived there or not. The idea that the color of their skin and racial identity gives them a special right to ownership of the territory is quite racist, in itself.
The association of Aztlán with the Southwest was never a serious issue about history. It’s just literary device employed by a reportedly gay Chicano poet from San Diego, who uses the pen name Alurista. He invented the concept for a poem that he read before the First National Chicano Liberation Youth Conference in 1969. After that, this treasonous idea became popular among Chicanos. You can read about how the idea came about of Aztlán as being the American Southwest at this link:
The Aztlán cult movement is similar conceptually to the mystical Ghost Dance Movement of the 1890’s and it’s more modern offshoot American Indian Movement of the 1960’s. The Ghost Dance was a spiritual anti-white millennial movement, in which god was prophesied to destroy the white man and regenerate the earth and the indigenous people in a millennial Utopia. The Ghost Dance was performed by some tribes after a purification ritual in a sweat lodge in a circular pit around a fire, both as has been constructed at Chicano Park.
By returning to the old ways, the white man will be destroyed and the indigenous people and mestizo race will experience a renaissance and renewal. The world will be restored (healed) to as it was before the white man came. The white man is compared to a disease that is destroying “Mother Earth.” The original concept of the Ghost Dance was peaceful, but the Lakota Sioux and some other tribes interpreted in what was perceived to be a potentially violent way. The “peaceful” interpretation of some tribes may also have been just subterfuge, also, due to fear of retaliation. Both the Ghost Dance and AIM provoked violent conflict.
Prayer for the End of White Society and Revival of Pre-Columbian Society
The Chicano/Aztlán cultists believe that they have a divine right to the Southwest, which is to be ultimately re-united with Mexico. For now, at least, their stated means of gaining control is to simply promote waves of illegal immigration from Latin America and encourage higher rates of reproduction.
At a national amnesty summit, held at the University of Riverside in March 2013, Professor Armando Navarro speaks of the “takeover” of “Aztlán” via mass migration and high reproduction rates of illegal aliens in America. Navarro is sometimes called El Commandante and El General.
IS THE CHICANO MOVEMENT NAZI-LIKE OR MARXIST?
Such groups sometimes have influences that are both racial nationalist and collectivist. So, they appear to be a mixture of Marxist and Nazi-like influences. This is not quite the contradiction that it seems. The Nazi Brown Shirts were led by collectivists, such as Ernst Röhm and Gregor Strasser. Some have called them “National Bolsheviks.” Radical ideologies that combine aspects of both communism and national socialism are called “Third Position“.
Hitler started his career with these “leftist” Nazis and sold them out, when he took a turn to the right and made a deal with the conservative German military and industrialists. Many of them were killed in the massacre, called the “Night of the Long Knives.”
The overall concepts of the Chicano movement that are similar to Nazi concepts are the following. Due to the obvious borrowing of Nazi symbolism, these ideas were likely borrowed directly by the founders of the movement from Nazi doctrine and adapted to the Chicano situation.
● Supremacy of the brown, mestizo race
● Collective guilt and scapegoating of the white race for the fallen state of Mexicans
● Expectation of a Chicano messiah (Prophecy of Quetzalcoatl) who will lead them into a millennial New Age of the indigenous people, much like the Nazi concept of a 1000 year (millennial) Reich.
● Preoccupation with a manufactured pseudo-culture, based on pagan roots
● The Chicano myth of Aztlan appears to be the Nazi myth of Atlantis translated into the Chicano context.
There are a number of Nazi-like supremacist cult religious groups or movements in the US that often admire Hitler and the Nazis for their success in the realization of their occult “will to power,” whether they agree with what the Nazis actually did or not. Such groups are all colors, white, brown, black and even mixed race. It is difficult for Americans to believe that brown and black people can have this kind of mentality, but that just allows such revolutionary hate groups to grow and fester, without much limitation from social criticism and disapproval.
RELATION TO LIBERATION THEOLOGY
The Chicano, quasi-religious dogma is much like a racialist form of Liberation Theology and for that reason, also has similarities to the Black Liberation doctrine of Barack Obama’s own Trinity Church, which teaches that the black race is the manifestation of God on earth and that white society is the supreme evil of the world, equated to the Antichrist. This shared belief is partly why Obama is so warmly received at anti-American meetings of the National Council of La Raza.
For further information on genocidal, racial-nationalist, indigenous movements see this link about the Mexica Movement, who propose to eliminate Europeans in the Americas.