HUHUECÓYOTL ( "very old coyote") | Aztec god of music, dance, mischief & song. He is depicted as a dancing coyote with human hands and feet, accompanied by a human drummer. Coyotes were an Aztec symbol of astuteness and worldly-wisdom, pragmatism and male beauty and youthfulness. Although often appearing in stories as male, Huehuecóyotl can be gender changing, as many of the offspring of Tezcatlipoca.
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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.
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Aztec/Mexica (Huitzilopochtli, the god of war)
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Omecihuatl: “Mujer dos, Señora de la Dualidad”. Diosa que representa la esencia femenina de la creación en la religión azteca. Esposa de Ometecuhtli. También se le conoce como Tonacacihuatl, “Señora de nuestra carne”.
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Itzpapalotl is the Obsidian or Clawed Butterfly, the Feminine Warrior. For more Eastern and Western #Netal Chart Reports- www.fb.com/madamastrology