Godess Coyolxauhqui with resplandor (Radiance)
Goddess whose name literally means “obsidian butterfly” Itzpapalotl.
Goddess purified and forgave the sins and disease caused by misdeeds. Tlazolteotl.
Goddess who protected and kept the fire of the familial hearth. Chantico.
Goddess of drought is a deity that represents dualities between scarcity and abundance. Atlacoya.
Goddess of the Water. Symbolized the purity and preciousness of spring. Chalchiuhtlicue.
Goddess Mist and Haze. She is responsible for fame and vanity. Ayautheotl.
Goddess of Art, Dance, Love and Music. Xochiquetzal.
Goddess of Leo. Citlalolli.
Goddess of Fertility. "Heavenly Lady" Tōnacācihuātl.
Goddess of the Heavens. She rules the 3rd of the 13 levels of the Aztec cosmos. Citlalicue.
Goddess of the Moon or Milky Way. Coyolxauhqui.
Goddess of Earth. (Nahuatl: “Serpent Skirt”) Coatlicue.
Goddess of Scorpius. Citlalcolotl.
Goddess who presided over salt and salt water. Huixtocihuatl.
Goddess of the Underworld. Mictlancihuatl.
Goddess of Orion. Citlaltlachtli.
Goddess of Fallen Warrios. Cihuateotl.