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|Location of Mejico|
|Official languages||Spanish, Nahuatl|
|Largest Cities||Mejico City: 6,102,000|
|Nation formed||1821 (from Spain)|
|Currency||Mejican Peso (MJP)|
|Our Timeline Equivalent||Mexico, minus Baja California and northernmost Baja California Sur, and "South" (Oaxaca, Guerrero & Chiapas) and "Southeast" (Yucatán Peninsula), as these are defined in the Wikipedia article. Easternmost Veracruz State is also not part of Mejico.|
The nation of Mejico (alternatively spelled "Mexico" or "Mehico", though pronounced the same), is a nation in Pemhakamik, bordering the nations of Cochimi, Yumapai, Apache, Maya, and Ludua, and also the "British Taysha Preserves" territory.
The Spanish first landed in what is now Mejico in 1517. In 1521, Spain invaded Tenochtitlan, the Aztec (also known as the Meshika or Mexica) capital and overcame it with the help of the Tlaxcaltecs and other tribes. The Spanish quickly gained power, and elevated the subjugated tribes. Over time, the area now known as Mejico was subjugated by the Spanish, and most of the indigenous people were converted to Christianity. Most indigenous people had a hunger for Christianity, as it was nominally opposed to violence, especially including human sacrifice, which the victimized tribes and lower rungs of Aztec society had been subjected to for hundreds of years. Thus, Christianity became the major religion of Mejico, and even now, it is generally a religious (though generally not fanatically so) nation.
In 1821, Mejico gained its independence after a bloody war with Spain. Mejico continued to grow, though its growth was checked when the Pemhakamik War broke out in 1860, at which time it allied with Great Britain to erase the Confederacy's territorial gains. Resulting treaties established the northern border of Mejico. In the early 20th century, Mejico's economy took off. Post Pan-Global War, its economy slowed down substantially, though it is currently showing economic growth on par with the likes of New England and Pacifica.
- 52% Vegetarian
- 48% Non-Vegetarian
- 37% Indigenous (various groups)
- 33% Mestizos (Indigenous-European mix)
- 21% Europeans (chiefly Spanish)
- 03% Sub-Saharan African
- 01% Pachan Aboriginals
- 03% other mixed race
- 01% other Pemhakamik Aboriginals
- 01% other (Chinese, Luzonese, etc)
- 54% Christian
- 39% Catholic
- 09% Protestant
- 04% Quaker
- 02% other Christian
- 20% Cathar
- 19% Non-religious
- 11% agnostic
- 08% atheist
- 03% Jewish
- 03% various indegenous beliefs
- 01% other
- 76% Spanish
- 20% Indigenous languages (various)
- 02% German
- 01% English
- 01% other