Prominent Aztec water goddess, patron of newborns and the sick.
Aztec fertility goddess wearing a serpent skirt, and mother of Huitzilpochtli.
Aztec god of war, who led his people to found the city of Tenochtitlan.
Skeletal Aztec god of death who ruled over Mictlan, the land of the dead.
Aztec god of the hunt, inventor of fire, and patron of the Tlaxcalan people.
Aztec creator deity, formed of both Ometecuhtli and Omecihuatl.
Aztec Feathered Serpent deity, god of winds and bringer of maize.
The “Smoking Mirror,” omnipresent Aztec deity ruling the modern age.
Aztec god of thunder and rain, whose blessings nurtured vital crops.
The fifth and current sun of the Aztecs, whose death signals the world’s end.
The “Flayed One,” Aztec god of agriculture, seasons, fertility, and goldsmiths.
Youthful Aztec goddess of fertility, sexuality, weaving, and the moon.
The body of myths of the Aztec people, who built their civilization in the heart of Mexico.