Goddess of water from springs and seas,
also associated with earth, salt, and maize, she was
a consort of Tlaloc.
God of the wind, road sweeper of the rain gods,
he is one of Quetzalcoatl's many manifestations
a deified earthly leader from the Aztec days of wandering,
this patron of Teneochtitlan was the god of war.
He who "showered down the rain" appears in
multiple form. He also relished the sacrifice of children.
Sun God and patron of warriors, the "eagle that
soars" rewarded those who died in his service with eternal joyful
Carrying a shield embedded with gold, this patron
of smiths and god of spring and renewal wears the skin of sacrificial