Tepeyac Cultural Studies


Information Meeting: CSU Dominguez Hills, LSU Room 326-327, Thurs. Feb. 8th, 2018 from 8-9pm.


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Come join us this summer as we journey into the past to discover the striking links between ancient Mesoamerican song poems and the apparitions of Guadalupe. For the first time ever, you will be taken to the actual places that set the stage for the monumental event of 1531 that would change the Americas as we know it.
To and From Tijuana: $899
To and From LAX: $1099
JUNE 25- 29, 2018

Included in the Trip

Roundtrip airfare, 4 nights of lodging, breakfast each day at hotel, entrance to museums and archaeological sites, 3 meals in famous restaurants, transportation to and from Mexico City Airport and hotel, taxes and fees.

Reserve Your Place as soon as possible!! A $300 non-refundable deposit is required by Feb. 28th. Payment by Check or money order. Checks to be made out to: Tepeyac Cultural Studies. We will have more reservation information at the Feb. 8th meeting. Limit of 20 people, so Book Fast!!

Contact: Ezekiel Stear, Ph.D.
(909) 435-9156

Aztec Songs and Stories: The Prophetical Case for Guadalupe

1531: Juan Diego met Guadalupe on Tepeyac hill. Their iconic meeting fascinates the faithful and society even today. She is the force that created the Mexico that we know, blending Spanish and native blood. What if indigenous prophecies foretold her coming, ages before anyone saw a Spaniard? What if their ancient flower songs foreshadowed Juan Diego’s encounter?

The research of Joseph Julián and Monique González has uncovered striking links between ancient Mesoamerican song poems and the apparitions of Guadalupe. Joined by Ezekiel Stear (PhD, Colonial Spanish Language and Literature), and featuring Chris García (expert practitioner of Mesoamerican percussion), the group goes beyond the famous image. There is more to the Guadalupe story than meets the eye. Come learn about a meeting between the ancient past and a Western story we thought we knew.


The Aztec flower songs communicate indigenous ideas about truth and beauty. Millions of indigenous in mesoamerica knew these songs ages before the conquest of Mexico.

These songs express a longing for paradise.

Through setting, language, and the gift of sacred flowers, the “Guadalupe Narrative” fulfills the hope of the Aztec Flower Songs.

Implication #1- News of The Guadalupe Narrative encouraged millions to convert to Christianity immediately.
Implication #2- The tilma is a part of a large “Network of Ideas”

The Three Pillars

Pillar #1 Preexisting Knowledge or The Flower World Complex
Pillar #2 The Guadalupe Event
Pillar #3 Millions of Conversions

The Guadalupe Flower Song Team

Joseph Julián González
Monique González
Ezekiel Stear, PhD