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Things in California schools are going to get even weirder, at least according to The Epoch Times.

According to The Epoch Times, the state’s Department of Education is proposing new curriculum that involves teachers leading students in prayer to Aztec gods.

The idea, according to The Epoch Times, is to “build unity in the classroom.”

Centering and placing high values of the traditions and experiences of the pre-Columbian America along with critiquing “white supremacy and racism” are among the proposed “Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum.”

The Epoch Times highlighted one community chant of “In Lak Ech.” It translates to “You Are My Other Me,” the outlet says. Teachers are to lead the students in chanting and clapping to Tezcatlipoca, which is a cannibalistic wizard-god who brought the downfall to the Toltec civilization in favor of the human-sacrificing Aztecs.

Feel free to read all about it over at The Epoch Times.

Author: Jacob Hall