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Better Gnomes & Cauldrons  XIPE TOTEGOor XIPE TOTEC is the Aztecs God of Vegetation, Rains and Spring    XIPE TOTEC was the Aztec god of spring (the beginning of the rainy season) and of new vegetation.  He was also the patron god of goldsmiths.    As a symbol of the new vegetation, Xipe Totec wore the skin of a human victim - the "new skin" that covered the earth in the spring.    Aztecs adopted Xipe as a god during the reign of Emperor Axayacatl (1469-81).  ...

Better Gnomes & Cauldrons XIPE TOTEGOor XIPE TOTEC is the Aztecs God of Vegetation, Rains and Spring XIPE TOTEC was the Aztec god of spring (the beginning of the rainy season) and of new vegetation. He was also the patron god of goldsmiths. As a symbol of the new vegetation, Xipe Totec wore the skin of a human victim - the "new skin" that covered the earth in the spring. Aztecs adopted Xipe as a god during the reign of Emperor Axayacatl (1469-81). ...

Mixcóatl-Camxtli - Dios de la Caza, Serpiente de Nubes (Vía Láctea) (Aztec god of hunt, serpent of the clouds (milky way))

Mixcóatl-Camxtli - Dios de la Caza, Serpiente de Nubes (Vía Láctea) (Aztec god of hunt, serpent of the clouds (milky way))

MICTECACÍHUATL | Aztec queen of Mictlán, the underworld, ruling over the afterlife with Mictlantecuhtli, who is her husband. Her role is to watch over the bones of the dead and preside over the ancient festivals of the dead.

MICTECACÍHUATL | Aztec queen of Mictlán, the underworld, ruling over the afterlife with Mictlantecuhtli, who is her husband. Her role is to watch over the bones of the dead and preside over the ancient festivals of the dead.

Huehuecoyotl (Old Coyote).  Aztec trickster god.

Huehuecoyotl (Old Coyote). Aztec trickster god.

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