posted on Nov, 23 2011 @ 03:16 AM
Yes this is true,it's not about violence as we see as believers in God but just pure genetic inheritance,the cartel drugs decapitation in Mexico it's
just a scientific fact genetic transmitted information and activated in genes from time to time depending on the social bases of the society at some
points in the time!DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is a strand of 23 pairs of chromosomes, with one chromosome in a pair coming from each parent. These 46
chromosomes contain hundreds of individual genes, which are sequences or combinations of information that transfer traits from parents to children.
Dominant genes are genetic traits from one copy of a gene (from only one parent) that will always express when present in a pair of genes.
TextBeheadings, hangings and dismemberment of victims have become commonplace and the violence among rival cartels has spiralled out of control.
The violence in Mexico has claimed more than 40,000 lives since the Government ordered a crackdown on the violent cartels who control the drug trade.
TextDecapitation in Aztcc Mcxieo was so impor t ant tha t both thc writtcn and the archaeological record are full of examples of its practice.
Deeapi tatíon involves the fields of mythology, politics and economy (agricul tur e and hunt ing) . All four aspccts will be mentioned, but the
agri cultural one stands out. The severing of heads or r a the r the skulls themselves are related to fa me and to honouring thc deities. Torquemada
(1975, p. 221) left the following description: "y parecíales que en tener sus templos t an adornados de estas cabezas se mostraban famosos y grandes
guerreros, muy valerosos en a rma s y muy servidores y cultores de sus dioses". According to Broda (1988, p. 71) the fundamental concern of Aztec
ritual was with rain and fertility. [ . . . ]. Another very important element was the extreme conditions of the natural environment of the central
Mexican highlands. During the dry season there was a constant lack of water, while during the rainy season the waters could be dangerous by their
excess. Thunderstorms and hail, and even frost, could threaten the young crops during the initial months of the rainy season. The obsession for
controlling the rains within religión thus had its direct material basis. human being, anímals (espec:ially qua i l ) were decapitated. The blood of
both was used to sprinkle on the images of deities e.g. Huitzi lopochtli and Camaxtli. As will be discussed later, decapitation was so valuable an
offering tha t only a t the site of Tlatelolco archaeologists une a r thed 170 skulls perforated for placing them on poles (González Rul 1963) . In
many othe r Mesoamerican sites skulls with traces of de capitation are often found. In the excavations oC the Gr e a t Templ e of Tenocht i t l an a
great numbe r of offering caches contained supp
Heredity is how traits and characteristics are transferred from parent to offspring. Because DNA is at its core simply a resilient strand of chemical
compounds, it can be affected by many things. Evolution has historically been the process of gradual genetic change, but in recent times genetic
information is apparently being altered more rapidly by chemical damage. This appears to be causing damage to those with weaker immune systems by
"turning on" recessive traits for certain illnesses and or disabilities. Some hypothesize that this may be one cause of autism and similar disorders
with a genetic component.
Textims impcrsonating gods were sacrificcd by he a r t extraction first and next by dccapitation, in honour of heaven (Sun) and Ea r th. Sorne
victims however were sacrificed fírst by decapitation and then by car diectomy, or only by decapitation. We shall now focus on those immo lations
in order to establish clearly the link with the e a r th and fertility. Decapitation had a long-standing religious and mythological foun dation in
the Mexica case. According to one version of the myth [we shall mentÍon anothe r one further onJ in Coatepec lived a devout woman named Coatlicue,
who was the mother of 400 sonso Dne day, she was sweeping in the temple on the Hill: "And once, as she swept feathers, as it were, a ball of feathers
descended upon her.
This is the real reason of Mexican violence the rituals still played those days they just need the reason to happen,and that reason is the genes of
each nation on the earth.So the conclusion is that we cannot escape our genetic inheritance!
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