The eagle-faced Thunder God (雷神 Léishén) in a 1923 drawing, punisher of those who go against the order of Heaven. From " Myths of China and Japan" by Donald A. Mackenzie. Published 1923 by Gresham Publishing Co. in London .
This is the most well preserved room at Korikancha. It was dedicated to the worship of the stars, which were looked upon as the daughters of the Sun and the Moon, and especially the morning star Venus (Chasea), considered to be the sentinel for her father the Sun god. The walls were covered with gold and silver sheets. The large window located in the middle of the access wall to the temple was ornately decorated with gold and precious stones. Cusco, Peru.