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Tezcatlipoca - deus asteca da Lua e da morte. Seu nome na língua Nahuatl é muitas vezes traduzido como "Fumaça Espelho" e faz alusão a sua conexão com a obsidiana, o material de que espelhos foram feitas na Mesoamérica e que era usado para rituais xamânicos. Mas esta ilustração é pouco fusão entre Deus maia Uma Puch - (deus da decadência e da morte, sem os olhos) e deus asteca Tezcatlipoca.

"Mictlantecuhtli ("Lord of Mictlan"), Aztec Death God -- pinned using BrowserBliss

Tzitzimitl- Aztec myth: a female skeletal deity of the stars. She was the protector of women, especially wives. She was also feared during periods of cosmic instability such as during eclipses and the end and start of the year

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Xochiquetzal is the Aztec Goddess of Women. Her name means "Goddess of the Flowering Earth". An Earth Goddess, She is associated with flowers, beauty, marriage, fertility, love and pleasure, and is a patroness of weavers. She is the female counterpart of the flower prince, Xochipilli and is sometimes mentioned as the wife of the rain god Tlaloc. Xochiquetzal was also the goddess of artists and craftworkers, such as weavers, silversmiths, and painters. She is also associated with the moon.