Toltekáyotl or in english Toltekity is the gathering and sinthesis of the Anahuac knowledge developed by the modern and ancestral people of anahuac.

From its roots Toltécatl, a person from a capital city, and yotl, essence; Toltecáyotl is the art, the science, the religion: the culture.

Among the branches of culture, five elements stand out that give basis to Toltekity. They are: languages, numbers, the calendar, the cosmovision and nagualism.

Language is a set of sounds, signs, symbols that allow us to communicate emotions, ideas, thoughts, reflections between people and their environment.

The language both constitutes the main factor of the identity of a people, as well as guards and manifests its soul.

The more the people cultivate, the more agile, elegant, gentle, precise speech becomes.

A people remains as long as its language remains.

Numbers are a tool that allows us to abstract elements of energy, quantify and order them.

Numbers are the language of the mind, order, architecture, worldview, beliefs, economy, statistics, etc. are reflected in them.

Anahuaca numbering is vigesimal and consists of three base elements: the dot, the bar, and the shell.

The calendar is an artificial mechanism created by astronomers - mathematicians with the purpose of counting the cycles of the stars with those of the earth.

According to the star of reference, it will be the nature of the calendar.

Archetypally, calendars are usually made up of the rhythms of the sun, moon, stars, planets, and even the structure of the human being and mathematics.

The worldview or cosmovision is a set of knowledge, symbols, stories that shape existence and its mysteries.

In other words, it is the way of organizing our beliefs, knowledge and information in order to give meaning to existence and how we relate to the world, society and individuals.

Nagualism is the practice of the Toltecáyotl.

The term nagualism is formed from the root nawalli which is the invisible and/or hidden; and that in turn comes from the Nahua root that is to embrace, to agree, to go in cadence; and from yotl, which indicates the essence of the hidden, of agreeing and going in cadence. In this way, nagualismo or nawállotl can be translated as the art of matching, flowing, going in rhythm, in harmony.

The Nawal Masters teach that everything we see is the reflection of energy. This reflection of energy, what we see, is called tonalli, what shines; and that energy, the one that is behind everyone, is called nawalli, what is not seen, what flows, what goes in harmony.

achimej - provisional náhuatl alphabet.
anahuaca number system.
calendar symbols.
tonal & nagual.