TezcatlipocaTezcatlipoca - The Mirror That Smokes
Anxiety and trouble follow in his wake. He is also known as Titlacahuan, "He Whose Slaves We Are." He was the warrior god of the north and the god of sin and misery with an obsidian knife. In Toltec mythology he was the adversary of his brother Quetzalcoatl.
One of the four creator gods, Camaxtli is a god of war and hunting.
Goddess of lakes and streams and personification of youthful beauty. She caused the great flood. Chalchiuhtlicue is married to the god of rain, Tlaloc.
TlalocTlaloc - He who makes things grow
Known to the Olmec as "Epcoatl", meaning Seashell Serpent; to the Maya as Chac; to the Totonacs as Tajin; to the Mixtecs as Tzahui; to the Zapotecs as Cocijo. A water god and probably among the oldest gods. Benevolent, he would release floods and lightning when angered.
Xipe TotecXipe Totec - Our Lord of the Flayed One
God of suffering and diseases and goldsmiths. His worship required the flaying of a slave and the wearing of his skin.
XochiquetzalFlower Quetzal-or Plumage
Patroness of erotic love, maize, vegetation, artistry, and prostitutes. She is said to have been taken to the Underworld by Xolotl and to have eaten forbidden fruit.
The twin of Xochiquetzal, Xochipilli is a god of flowers, maize, love, games, song, and dance.
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