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the corn god. He was a son of Tlazolteotl and the husband of Xochiquetzal.
The goddess of running Water. She was the sister of Tlaloc.
the goddess of Hearth Fires and Volcanoes.
the goddess of Corn and Fertility.
a goddess whose roaring signaled War.
She of the Serpent Skirt.
the god of wind.
"the old, old deity," was one of the names of the cult of fire, among the oldest in Mesoamerica. The maintenance of fires in the temples was a principal priestly duty, and the renewal of fire was identified with the renewal of time itself.
(the war/sun god and special guardian of Tenochtitlan) the deified ancestral warrior-hero, was the Mexica-Aztec patron par excellence.
a goddess of Agriculture.
the god of Healing, Feasting, and Games.
the god of Music and Dance.
the Moon god.
the underworld and home of all the dead except warriors and women who died in labor.
the lady and goddess of Mictlan and the Realm of the Dead.
god of the dead.
and his wife OMECIHUATL created all life in the world the god of Duality.
the god of Medicine.
the messenger to Huitzilopochtli.
(the god of civilization and learning) "quetzal (feather) serpent," had dozens of associations.
the god of Dead Warriors. -
(god of Night and Sorcery) "Smoking Mirror" (obsidian), characterized as the most powerful, supreme deity, was associated with the notion of destiny. His cult was particularly identified with royalty, for Tezcatlipoca was the object of the lengthy and reverent prayers in rites of kingship.
the rain deity, belonged to another most memorable and universal cult of ancient Mexico.
Tlalocan was the earthly paradise of Tlaloc, located in the East, the place of Light and Life. It was where the souls of those killed by lightning, dropsy, skin diseases, and those sacrificed to Tlaloc went.Last updated: December 31, 1969
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