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Centeotl
Centeotl, the God of Maize.
Chalchihuihtotolin
Chalchihuihtotolin, the Jewelled Fowl, a nagual of Tezcatlipoca.
Chalchihuitlicue
Chalchiuhtlicue, She of the Jade Skirt, goddess of oceans, rivers and running water, goddess of birth, patron of women in labor.
Chalmecatecuhtli
Chalmecatecuhtli, a god of one of the levels of the Underworld.
Chantico
Chantico, She Who Dwells In The House, the goddess of hearth fires, personal treasures and volcanoes.
Cihuateteo
Cihuateteo, the Divine Women, spirits of women who died in childbirth.
Citlalicue
Citlalicue, Her Skirt is Stars, goddess of the Milky Way and the stars.
Huehuecoyotl
Huehuecoyotl, Old Coyote, the Trickster, god of deception.
Huitzilopochtli
Huitzilopochtli, Hummingbird of the South, is the central deity of the Mexica.
Itztlacoliuhqui-Ixquimilli
Itztlacoliuhqui-Ixquimilli, the Curved Point of Obsidian, the god frost, ice, cold, winter, sin, punishment and human misery. He is the god of blind-folded justice.
Itzpapalotl
Itzpapalotl, the Obsidian or Clawed Butterfly, the Feminine Warrior. She is one of the Tzitzimime, the powerful and dangerous star daemons. Itzpapalotl rules over Tamoachan.
Itztli
Itztli, Obsidian, god of stone, variant of Tezcatlipoca.
Mayahuel
Mayahuel is the goddess of the maguey plant and of fertility. Protector of mature wombs that turn into life.
Mictlancihuatl
Mictlancihuatl, Lady of the land of the Death, wife of the Death God Mictlantecuhtli.
Mictlantecuhtli
Mictlantecuhtli, Lord of Mictlan, the Land of the Death.
Patecatl
Patecatl, Lord of the Land of Medicines, a pulque god. Husband of Mayahuel.
Piltzintecuhtli
Piltzintecuhtli, the Youthful Lord, a solar deity.
Quetzalcoatl
Quetzalcoatl, is the Feathered Serpent or Precious Twin. God of intelligence and self-reflection.
Tecciztecatl
Tecciztecatl, the Old Moon God, represents the male aspect of the moon.
Tepeyollotl
Tepeyollotl, Heart of the Mountain, the Jaguar of Night, lord of the animals, darkened caves, echoes and earthquakes.
Tezcatlipoca
Tezcatlipoca is the Smoking Mirror, the god of the nocturnal sky, god of the ancestral memory, god of time and the Lord of the North, the embodiment of change through conflict.
Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli
Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli (also (Tlahuixcalpantecuhtli) is the Lord of the House of the Dawn, Venus as the Morning Star. Tlahuixcalpantecuhtli is a manifestion of Quetzalcoatl.
Tlaloc
Tlaloc, He Who Makes Things Sprout, the god of rain, lightning and thunder. Het is a fertility god, but also a wrathful deity. He is responsible for both floods and droughts.
Tlaltecuhtli
Tlaltecuhtli is the Earth God or Goddess.
Tlazolteotl
Tlazolteotl, Filth Goddess, a mother-earth goddess. Goddess of the human fertility and of sexuality, goddess of the Ritual Cleansing.
Tonacatecuhtli
Tonacatecuhtli, Lord of Our Sustenance, is a creator god, a god of fertility and beginnings.
Tonatiuh
Tonatiuh, the Sun or the Sun God. Symbol of the Fifth World, the present era.
Xipe Totec
Xipe Totec, Our Lord the Flayed One. God of rejuvenation and spring.
Xiuhtecuhtli
Xiuhtecuhtli is the Turquoise Lord, Lord of the Year, god of fire, creator of all life.
Xochipili
Xochipili, the Flower Prince, is the god of flowers, pleasure, feasting, frivolity and artistic creativity.
Xochiquetzal
Xochiquetzal, is Flower Feather, the ever young and pretty goddess of flowers, love, pleasure and beauty.
Xolotl
Xolotl, the Twin. A dog-like deity, Double of Quetzalcoatl.



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