Metztli was an Aztec goddess of the moon, the night and farmers. Known as the Queen of the Night to the Otomi people, she represented the moon and the earth simultaneously.

Metztli was an Aztec goddess of the moon, the night and farmers. Known as the Queen of the Night to the Otomi people, she represented the moon and the earth simultaneously.

Citlali Meaning Star Aztec Baby Names

Citlali Meaning Star Aztec Baby Names

saintpadfoot: “  Mythology | Aztec Goddesses | Chantico, referred to as She Who Dwells in the House, was the goddess of fires, volcanoes, and treasured items. Men that left their families to join battles prayed to her in hopes that they would return home to hearty fires.

saintpadfoot: “ Mythology | Aztec Goddesses | Chantico, referred to as She Who Dwells in the House, was the goddess of fires, volcanoes, and treasured items. Men that left their families to join battles prayed to her in hopes that they would return home to hearty fires.

Mythology Goddesses Names and Meanings | Aztec Mythology - Myth Encyclopedia - god, story, legend, names ...

Mythology Goddesses Names and Meanings | Aztec Mythology - Myth Encyclopedia - god, story, legend, names ...

The Names and Symbols representing the 20 Aztec Days

The Names and Symbols representing the 20 Aztec Days

This is so Egyptian and Aztec themed. I could really see someone like Jennifer Lopez or Sofia Vergara looking absolutely stunning in this gorgeous gown.

This is so Egyptian and Aztec themed. I could really see someone like Jennifer Lopez or Sofia Vergara looking absolutely stunning in this gorgeous gown.

* Tezcatlipoca - aztec god of Moon and death. His name in the Nahuatl language is often translated as "Smoking Mirror" and alludes to his connection to obsidian, the material from which mirrors were made in Mesoamerica and which was used for shamanic rituals. But this illustration is little fusion between mayan An Puch god - (god of decay and death, without eyes) and aztec god Tezcatlipoca *

* Tezcatlipoca - aztec god of Moon and death. His name in the Nahuatl language is often translated as "Smoking Mirror" and alludes to his connection to obsidian, the material from which mirrors were made in Mesoamerica and which was used for shamanic rituals. But this illustration is little fusion between mayan An Puch god - (god of decay and death, without eyes) and aztec god Tezcatlipoca *

Mexica Movement: Nahuatl names, Aztec names, Mexica names

Mexica Movement: Nahuatl names, Aztec names, Mexica names

Joley Bean Designs, hospital door hanger, Aztec, arrows, feathers

Joley Bean Designs, hospital door hanger, Aztec, arrows, feathers

Aztec God Poster

Aztec God Poster

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