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Tlaloc, With a Lightning in his Hand in a Dart Shape

Tlaloc, With a Lightning in his Hand in a Dart Shape

Aztec War God | Read about the gods & goddesses who created the world

Aztec War God | Read about the gods & goddesses who created the world

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Xolot (Feathered Dog). In Aztec and Toltec mythology, Xolotl is the god of lightning who guides the dead to the Mictlan. The Aztec regard him as the twin brother of Quetzalcoatl. As lord of the evening star and personification of Venus, he pushes the sun at sunset towards the ocean and guards her during the night on her dangerous journey through the underworld. Xolotl is represented as a skeleton, or as a man with the head of a dog.

Xolot (Feathered Dog). In Aztec and Toltec mythology, Xolotl is the god of lightning who guides the dead to the Mictlan. The Aztec regard him as the twin brother of Quetzalcoatl. As lord of the evening star and personification of Venus, he pushes the sun at sunset towards the ocean and guards her during the night on her dangerous journey through the underworld. Xolotl is represented as a skeleton, or as a man with the head of a dog.

Houston Street, NYC (by MK Wong Photography)

Houston Street, NYC (by MK Wong Photography)

Tlaloc: 'He Who Makes Things Sprout’. God of rain, lightning and thunder. He is a fertility god, but also a wrathful deity, responsible for both floods and droughts. Tlaloc has goggle eyes and large jaguar teeth and resides in mountain caves. In Aztec times he was so important that he had a special shrine on top of Mt. Tlaloc and he shared the Great Temple of Tenochtitlan with Huitzilopochtli.

Tlaloc: 'He Who Makes Things Sprout’. God of rain, lightning and thunder. He is a fertility god, but also a wrathful deity, responsible for both floods and droughts. Tlaloc has goggle eyes and large jaguar teeth and resides in mountain caves. In Aztec times he was so important that he had a special shrine on top of Mt. Tlaloc and he shared the Great Temple of Tenochtitlan with Huitzilopochtli.

Hochob Mexico Mayan Ruin-Campeche

Hochob Mexico Mayan Ruin-Campeche

El dios Tláloc manejaba cuatro rumbos, situado en el oriente del universo, y cada uno de ellos una gran vasija derramaba un tipo de lluvia diferente. De su paraíso llamado Tlalocan procedía el agua beneficiosa y necesaria para la vida en la tierra.

El dios Tláloc manejaba cuatro rumbos, situado en el oriente del universo, y cada uno de ellos una gran vasija derramaba un tipo de lluvia diferente. De su paraíso llamado Tlalocan procedía el agua beneficiosa y necesaria para la vida en la tierra.

Frescoes at the little temple in the Ball Court, Chichen Itza.

Frescoes at the little temple in the Ball Court, Chichen Itza.

The 10 Most Important Aztec Gods and Goddesses: Tonatiuh

The 10 Most Important Aztec Gods and Goddesses

The 10 Most Important Aztec Gods and Goddesses: Tonatiuh

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