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XVIII | A Z T E C

Godess Coyolxauhqui with resplandor (Radiance)

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XVII | A Z T E C

Goddess whose name literally means “obsidian butterfly” Itzpapalotl.

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XVI | A Z T E C

Goddess purified and forgave the sins and disease caused by misdeeds. Tlazolteotl.

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XV | A Z T E C

Goddess who protected and kept the fire of the familial hearth. Chantico.

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XIV | A Z T E C

Goddess of drought is a deity that represents dualities between scarcity and abundance. Atlacoya.

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XIII | A Z T E C

Goddess of the Water. Symbolized the purity and preciousness of spring. Chalchiuhtlicue.

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XII | A Z T E C

Goddess Mist and Haze. She is responsible for fame and vanity. Ayautheotl.

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Goddess of Art, Dance, Love and Music. Xochiquetzal.

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Goddess of Leo. Citlalolli.

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Goddess of Fertility. "Heavenly Lady" Tōnacācihuātl.

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VIII | A Z T E C

Goddess of the Heavens. She rules the 3rd of the 13 levels of the Aztec cosmos. Citlalicue.

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Goddess of the Moon or Milky Way. Coyolxauhqui.

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Goddess of Earth. (Nahuatl: “Serpent Skirt”) Coatlicue.

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Goddess of Scorpius. Citlalcolotl.

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Goddess who presided over salt and salt water. Huixtocihuatl.

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Goddess of the Underworld. Mictlancihuatl.

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Goddess of Orion. Citlaltlachtli.

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Goddess of Fallen Warrios. Cihuateotl.

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