Pantheon of Aztec Divinities and Their Meanings - PART 4 | Religion and Spirituality | SAHIFAT ASSALAM PALESTINE 

Eduardo Ruman (In Memoriam)
Diretor-Presidente
Administrativo e Empreendedor
Denise Ruman
MTB - 0086489
JORNALISTA RESPONSÁVEL
The Biggest and Best International Newspaper for World Peace
BRANCH OFFICE OF THE NEWSPAPER "PACIFIST JOURNAL" in PALESTINE
Founder, President And International General Chief-Director / Founder, President And International General Chief-Director :  Denise Ruman - MTB: 0086489 / SP-BRAZIL
Local Chief-Director - Palestine / Local Chief-Director - Palestine :  OSAMA RBAYAH
Mentor of the Newspaper / Mentor of the Newspaper  :  José Cardoso Salvador (in memoriam)
Mentor-Director / Mentor-Director  :  Mahavátar Babají (in memoriam)

Religião e Espiritualidade / 23/06/2020


Pantheon of Aztec Divinities and Their Meanings - PART 4

0 votes
Pantheon of Aztec Divinities and Their Meanings - PART 4

Fonte Thpanorama
Cinteteo

Continuing our story about the pantheon of Aztec deities and their meanings

31- Citlalicue

The star-creating goddess, along with her husband Citlalatonac. He also created the milky way, earth, death and darkness.

32- Cinteteo

Name by which the Aztecs called the four corn gods. They were sons of the goddess Centeotl and the god Cinteotl.

Their names were Iztac-Cinteotl (white maize), Tlatlauhca-Cinteotl (red maize), Cozauhca-Cinteotl (yellow maize) and Yayauhca-Cinteotl (mblack eye).

33- Ahuiateteo

Group of gods of excess and pleasure, also represented the risks and dangers that accompany the first. They were related to the Tzitzimimeh, a group of supernatural beings who personified death, drought and war.

34- Centzonhuitznahua

Group of gods of the southern stars. They were the evil sons of Coatlicue and brothers of Coyolxauhqui.

Together, these brothers tried to kill their mother while she waited for Huitzilopochtli. His plan was thwarted when the older god was born adult and ready for battle, in which he murdered them all.

35- Centsontotochtin

Aztec gods of wine and pulque, were represented by a group of rabbits that met in alcoholic celebrations. Among others, were Tepotztecatl, Texcatzonatl and Colhuatzincatl.

36- Cipactonal

Aztec god of astrology and calendars.

37- Cihuateteo

Female group of Aztec spirits who died during childbirth. The Aztecs believed that this group of spirits followed the sun while hiding each night.

38- Chalchiutotolin

She was considered a goddess of disease and plagues. It was a symbol of powerful witchcraft. His nahual, or animal, representation was a turkey that terrorized villages bringing disease and death.

39- Chimalma

She was considered the mother of the god Quetzalcoatl. Its name means "coat" in Nahuatl.

40- Coyolxauhqui

Daughter of Coatlicue and Mixcoatl, she was an Aztec goddess who led her four hundred brothers in an attack on her mother, when she learned she was pregnant with Huitzilopochtli.

However, when her fully grown brother was born and ready for battle, she was murdered and dismembered. A disc found at the Templo Mayor in Mexico City represents this path.

Fotos
2 fotos


Comentários
0 comentários


  • Enviar Comentário
    Para Enviar Comentários é Necessário estar Logado.
    Clique Aqui para Entrar ou Clique Aqui para se Cadastrar.


Ainda não Foram Enviados Comentários!


Copyright 2020 - Jornal Pacifista - All rights reserved. powered by WEB4BUSINESS

Inglês Português Frances Italiano Alemão Espanhol Árabe Bengali Urdu Esperanto Croata Chinês Coreano Grego Hebraico Japonês Hungaro Latim Persa Polonês Romeno Vietnamita Swedish Thai Czech Hindi Você