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Xochiquétzal y Tlazoltéotl

Xochiquétzal y Tlazoltéotl, diosas mexicas de la sexualidad

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mayan blue

Chemists Crack Code Of Mysterious 'Mayan Blue'

Maya Blue (Spanish: Azul Maya) is a unique bright blue to greenish-blue pigment manufactured by cultures of pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, such as the Maya and Aztec.

Aztec God: Tlaloc was the god of rain but he was also associated with agriculture and fertility. Because of his association with fertility, children were sacrificed to him.

MesoAmerica Aztec God: Tlaloc was the god of rain but he was also associated with agriculture and fertility. Because of his association with fertility, children were sacrificed to him.

Chalchiuhtlicue, Aztec Goddess of flowing water, lakes, and streams. She represents youthful beauty and is commonly referred to as "Jade Skirt"

Chalchiuhtlicue takes special care of pregnant women and of young children, easing childbirth and defending the helpless. Immediately after birth, Aztec infants are ritually bathed, an act that uses water to secure Chalchiuhtlicue's blessing.

XOCHIPILLI ( "flower prince") | Aztec god of art, games, beauty, dance, flowers & song. As the patron of writing and painting, he was called Chicomexóchitl ("seven-flower"), but he could also be referred to as Macuilxóchitl ("five-flower"). His wife was the human girl Mayahuel, and his twin sister was Xochiquetzal.

The Aztec goddess Xochiquetzal, associated w/flowers, fertility, love, crafts…

enter-the-fossa: She of the Jade Skirt Chalchiuhtlicue (náhuatl: chalchiuhtlicue, ‘la que tiene su falda de jade’‘chalchihuitl, jade; i, su; cueitl, falda; e, que tiene’)? en la mitología mexica es la diosa de los lagos y corrientes de agua.

Chalchiuhtlicue is the goddess of all sources of water and is believed to give birth to all life through her birthing waters as is depicted here.

HUITZILOPOCHTLI kills CENTZONUITZNAUA (the 400 gods of the southern stars) | Florentine Codex

HUITZILOPOCHTLI kills CENTZONUITZNAUA (the 400 gods of the southern stars) | Florentine Codex

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