Articles

February | 2021

 

Fraternitas

Written by: Bro. Victor Manuel Vega Antunez 

Translation by: Bro. Pablo Arturo Gomez Duran (PGM)

 

 

The stated Golden Rule,

With two additional others form a legacy:

Libertatem and Aequalitatem as fundamental bases of our past, present, and future.

 

Fraternity, fraternal, fratellis.

Brother’s love, friends’,

Fully understanding our fellows

And thus, understanding one selves.

 

November | 2020

 

If you have felt the need

Written by: Bro. Victor Manuel Vega Antunez 

Translation by: Bro. Pablo Arturo Gomez Duran (PGM)

 

 

If you have felt the need,

The thirst for knowledge,

Eagerness to learn, Inquiries to answer.

If you are not satisfied with just living.

If you think it is necessary to transcend,

Grown, leave legacy and heritage

Of knowledge, of knowing.

October | 2020

 

Noche de muertos

Written by: Bro. Victor Manuel Vega Antunez 

 

 

El orígen de la celebración del Día de Muertos en México, puede ser trazado desde la época de los indígenas de Mesoamérica, tales como los Aztecas, Mayas, P’urhépechas, Nahuas y Totonacas.

 

La ritualística de celebración a las vidas de los ancestros fueron realizados por éstas civilizaciones por lo menos durante los últimos 3,000 años. 

 

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