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PostSubject: Aztec Gods   Mon Feb 16, 2009 4:07 pm

I don't know much about these gods, so I sort of put them all together in one long post instead of several smaller posts.

Huitzilopochtli was the Aztec god of the obsidian knife who sprang forth from his mother's belly to kill his siblings.

Quetzalcoatl was the Aztec creator god and god of the wind who was depicted as a bearded old man.

Camaxtli is a god of war and hunting and is also know as one of the four creator gods.

Chalchiuhtlicue is the goddess of lakes and streams and personification of youthful beauty. She caused the great flood and is married to the god of rain Tlaloc.

Tlaloc He who makes things grow. A water god and probably among the oldest gods. Benevolent, he would release floods and lightning when angered.

Xipe 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.

Xochiquetzal 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.

Xochipilli Flower Prince the twin of Xochiquetzal, Xochipilli is a god of flowers, maize, love, games, song, and dance.
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