Toltec Lord of Tula (Author Interview)

 Toltec Lord of Tula looks like a great book.  Can you tell us a little about it?

There once was a man, who was considered the wisest, and most heroic figure of the people of the valley of Anahuac, the valley of Mexico. He was known as a Tlamatini, one who knows and teaches, as if a flame of light, but without smoke.

His story was so important, that his teachings were taught in the schools, both the calmecac and telpochcalli, of the ancient city states of Mexico. His life was performed as a play for over three hundred years, before the coming of Cortez. His name IN THE Nahual language was Ce Acatl Topiltzin, or One Reed – Our Dear Prince.

One Reed was the ruler of the Toltec people. He would bring back the ancient wisdom, and crafts of the people of Teotihuacan, after its fall.

If you wish to go on a journey, following in the steps of One Reed, as he leaves Tepotzlan, traveling to the ancient religious center of Xochicalco, then rallying the people of Anahuac, to end the rule of Zoltan, who would enslave and oppress the people, then you may wish to read this story. Read on as One Reed, he sits in mediation, in the mountains of Michoacán, surrounded by butterflies, as he completes his final teachings with the Quetzalcoatl of Xochicalco, by a mind link.

I spent years doing the research, then finally sat down and wrote the play. I wrote the play to be performed in the South West, and in Mexico. The play is available in both English and Spanish. And recently I had it translated to Nauhal, the native language, of the people of Mexico.


How long did it take you to write Toltec Lord of Tula?

Five years of research and one year to write the play, then the noval.


What inspired you when writing Toltec Lord of Tula?  

I realized that is was that One Read was the greatest cultural hero of Mesoamerica, and that this story needed to be told.


Would readers of The Four Agreements enjoy your book?

Yes. The book covers many of the words of wisdom, that came down from the Olmec, to the people of Anahuac, the great valley of Mexico, including the Toltec.


What will readers get out of your book?

A great story. If they open their minds to a new awareness, they will awaken to the true nature of our reality.


Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing Toltec Lord of Tula?

Truly understanding the wisdom, and the truth that there is a certain illusionary nation to what we believe is real.


Can you tell us a little about your background?

Studied ancient beliefs, religions, and years of meditation. In a work a day world, I worked as a tax consultant, real estate and mortgage loan broker. And a whole lot of other things.


Where can readers find out more about your work?

I am building web sites, that are lised in the back of my books. One of the primary web sites will be That site will be changed by early 2021. Now it mostly shows Mexican American medal of honor winners.




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