Over 700 years ago, Ancient Aztecs lived in Mexico and worshipped their Gods. To please their Gods, they believed that human sacrifice was necessary.
One day, the neighbours see the Aztecs and chase them away with burning fire. The neigh-bouring tribes didn’t want the Aztecs anywhere near them because they were dangerous. “Get away!” shouted an old women.
That afternoon, a little boy called Malik visits the gods. The Gods tell Malik he shall have Â a city of his own. “You shall find your own city!” said a God.
“How can I, thats impossible!” exclaimed Malik.
“Believe me, you will find a Eagle, perched on a Cactus with a wriggling and colourful snake in its pointy and sharp beak.” he said with excitement. Although he found this very strange, he believed his words were true.
He had been walking for 7 years with no sign. He decided to take a break from all the walking he had been doing.
He began walking again and he came to a deep and swampy lake. He swam across it and got to the other side. Then he came to a colourful bridge and he looked over it. “I’ve found it!” Malik shouted with excitement. There it was, a Eagle, perched on a Cactus with a wriggling and coulourful snake in its pointy and sharp beak.
He called his city the place of Malik’s! On the first night, he was very happy he had is own city. He drifted off into a peaceful sleep he could finally call home.