Our lord, you are very welcome in your arrival in this land. You have come to satisfy your curiosity about your noble city of Mexico. You have come here to sit on your throne, which I have kept for you. . . . For I am not just dreaming, not just sleepwalking, not seeing you in my dreams. I have been worried for a long time, looking toward the unknown place from which you have come. Our ancestors said that you would come to your city and sit upon your throne. And now it has been fulfilled, you have returned. Go enjoy your palace, rest your body. Welcome our lords to this land.
Once upon a time, Motezuma and the Aztecs lived happily together in there happy village.
One day, a man by the name of Hernán Cortés came to the village.
Motezuma was so stu- i mean. was so un experienced in the thought of white men, he though they were gods!
Then Cortez did something VERY mean
Hernán Cortés arrested Motezuma and took over his empire.