Itzpapalotl is the Obsidian Butterfly, a Lesser Teotl who rules over Tomoanchan. Itzpapalotl is gifted with the power to create new life forms with but a thought, but is also cursed to kill anything she touches. All but the hardiest of beings will be …
The goddess of desire, wealth, and feminine sexual allure, Xochiquetzal knows what she wants and how to get it. The twin sister of equally-attractive Xochipilli and former wife of Tlaloc, Xochiquetzal has discovered (after being stolen from her husband …
As the personification of the maguey plant, Mayahuel was also part of a complex of interrelated maternal and fertility goddesses in Aztec mythology and is also connected with notions of fecundity and nourishment. She is the wife of Xochipilli and was …
The dark twin of Quetzalcoatl, Xolotl is the god of bad luck, the evening star to his brother’s morning star. In spite of his negative associations, Xolotl feels a responsibility toward mortals, and does his best to care for them. Together with his …
The flower prince of the Atzlánti spends much of his time in the World, because that’s where all the fun is happening. Like his twin sister Xochiquetzal, Xochipilli exemplifies the physical beauty of his gender, but this well-sculpted god is also a patron …
Coyolxauhqui died when her brother, Huitzilopochtli, leapt from their mother's womb and killed all his siblings when they, under her command, led them to murder [[:coatlicue-1 | Coatlicue]] before he could be born. She died, along with her brothers and …
Chalchiuhtlicue is the water goddess and the personification of youthful beauty and ardor. She is represented as a river from which grew a prickly pear cactus laden with fruit, symbolizing the human heart.
Chalchiutlicue's association with both water …