(Fragment of a story censored by the Spanish scum – christian fanatical extremists -- Iberian terrorists, invaders whose unbearable stench wasn't mitigated by any xochitlenamactli ['perfumes composed of various essences'] sprayed on them and who, allied with tens-, hundreds- of thousands of indigenous mortal enemies of the Mexicah, laid siege and subsequently destroyed Mexico-Tenochtitlan, circa 1521. Some two-hundred-and-fifty thousand real Mexicans1 valiantly defended the eponymous symbol of their essence, pride as fearless warriors, and their very existence. As the Mexicah conveyed Cuauhtemoc, their last Tlatoani ['commander-in-chief'], death was obviously preferable as the alternative outcome was enslavement to Spain's genocidal genetic waste invaders commanding their Tlaxcaltecah, Cholultecah, Huexozincah, Tetzcucah, Chalcah, Xochimilcah Tepenacah, etc., indigenous allies who subverted against the Mexicah.)
Fragment of censored story follows:
Possibly lost in reverie involving the Mexicah's collectively held archetype of feminine beauty -- Xochiquetzal -- Quetzalcohuatl washed his divine body with xiuhahmolli. His arms then dropped and both of his hands slid down, touching his well-hung male member and triggering a series of events culminating in his effluence. The Teotl's masculine essence fell onto a nearby rock which in turn triggered the birth of the tzinacantli ['bat'] and He would subsequently seal the fate of the specimen as a cave dweller, as well. Quetzalcohuatl commanded the tzinacantli to go and bite-off the innards of Xochiquetzal's oztotl, i.e., cave, a typical Nahua metaphor for the female genital organ or womb.
Xochiquetzal was asleep when the tzinacantli delicately bit off a fragment -- deep within her genital cavity -- which the animal emissary subsequently took to (other) Teteo ['Divinities']. The Teteo tenderly rinsed Xochiquetzal's genitalia fragment and -- as the water flowed through -- exquisitely scented roses3 emerged and blossomed. The tzinacantli then took Xochiquetzal's rinsed-off genitalia fragment to Mictlanteuhctli ['Masculine Entity 'overlord' of the ninth-level abode of Death'] who, again, performed a likewise rinsing ritual; notwithstanding, this time what emerged and bloomed was the Cempohualxochitl, i.e., literally Twenty-Flower -- symbol of 'The Cycle of Life'-- which the Mexicah offer at the altar of their dead loved ones. 1Transliterated into English from the moniker 'Mexicanos' in the Spanish dialect now spoken in New Spain -- essentially still Spain's colony as 2021 approaches; i.e., nearly 500 years usurping the Mexicah's eponymous City-State Altepetl -- now degraded to a frivolous label, 'Mexico', associated with the Spanish genetic wasteland colony's 'culture' of Iberian corruption and imbecile arrogance which begot prevailing institutionalized racism. 2Xiuhahmolli : plant used as soap in Tlalnepantla ['mesoamerica'] 3 Now you know wherefrom the so-called 'Indian Juan Diego' got the roses for 'Guadalupe'.