Quetzalcoatl  by *GENZOMAN  Quetzalcoatl (Classical Nahuatl: Quetzalcohuātl [ketsaɬˈko.aːtɬ]) is a Mesoamerican deity whose name comes from the Nahuatl language and has the meaning of "feathered serpent". The worship of a feathered serpent deity is first documented in Teotihuacan in the first century BC or first century AD.

15 Spectacular Mythological Beasts Illustrations

Quetzalcoatl by *GENZOMAN Quetzalcoatl (Classical Nahuatl: Quetzalcohuātl…

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.

dioses aztecas | ... Conocimiento Milenario: EL DIOS QUETZALCÓALT ... y SU DUALIDAD DIVINA

dioses aztecas | ... Conocimiento Milenario: EL DIOS QUETZALCÓALT ... y SU DUALIDAD DIVINA

Tepeyollotl - Aztec god of the mountains, jaguars, and echoes.

Aztec/Mexica (Tepeyollotl, god of mountains, jaguars, earthquakes, and echoes)

A depiction of the Aztec god of war and the sun Huitzilopochtli. The god carries his typical atl-atl or spear-thrower, feathered arrows and shield and wears hummingbird feathers. (Codex Barbonicus).

Aztec Huitzilopochtli god of war and the sun . The god carries his typical atl-atl or spear-thrower, feathered arrows and shield and wears hummingbird feathers.

Xipe Totec, the Aztec god of agriculture, spring and the seasons, the symbol the death and rebirth of nature. In order to stimulate the growth in both nature and mankind, he flays himself to offer food to humans (as the maize seed loses its outer skin to enable the shoot to grow). After he has shed his skin, he appears as a shining, golden god.  In his honor, each year in the beginning of spring, people were sacrificed to him. These victims were flayed alive.

Xipe Totec, the Aztec god of agriculture, spring and the seasons, the symbol the…

Huehuecoyotl- Aztec myth: the god of dance, song, and mischief. He was depicted as having the head of a coyote with the hands and feet of a man. He also sported a drum. The coyote was a symbol of astuteness, worldly-wisdom, pragmatism, male beauty and youthfulness which were all represented by him.

Huehuecoyotl- Aztec myth: the god of dance, song, and mischief. He was depicted…

Mictlantecutli - The Owl Man, Aztec god of death

Mictlantecuhtli: God of the dead and the Lord of Mictlan, the lowest and northernmost section of the underworld. He was one of the principal gods of the Aztecs and was the most prominent of several gods and goddesses of death and the underworld.

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