Tlaloc. Dios azteca de la lluvia, agua y la fertilidad, con lentes. San Miguel Cuautlinchan, Estado de México.

Tlaloc, Aztec god of rain, water, and fertility, usually shown with goggles.( he looks strangely modern)

Mayan Tattoos

Vector set - American Indian national patterns - buy this stock vector on Shutterstock & find other images.

Ixchel, Mayan goddess of the Moon, fertility, medicine, weaving, rainbows, songs and childbirth. Ixchel also watches over bodies of water, such as lakes, lagoons, natural wells (cenotes), underground rivers and the ocean, thus receiving such names as "Lady of the Sea".

Ixchel - Aged jaguar goddess of midwifery and medicine, also known as Ix Chel; she is associated with the Moon (L) water, fertility and childbirth. The patron of healers and J-Men and Ix’Men as.

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May a good vision catch me May a benevolent vision take hold of me, and move me May a deep and full vision come over me, and burst open around me

King Pacal, Maya King Pacal, Maya Art, Maya, pre-columbian reproductions.

During the height of the Classic Maya civilization, Lord Pacal (Pakal) Votan ruled the empire of Nah Chan Palenque (in present day Chiapas, Mexico).

Maya Mask, jade - http://www.latinamericanstudies.org/maya/jade-mask.jpg

(Art) Along with paintings, sculptures, and pottery, mask-making was also a big part of the art culture in Maya civilization. Masks symbolized a role of authority (like for kings an priests). Jade was often used to create masks and other forms of art.

dioses aztecas | ... Conocimiento Milenario: EL DIOS QUETZALCÓALT ... y SU DUALIDAD DIVINA

dioses aztecas | ... Conocimiento Milenario: EL DIOS QUETZALCÓALT ... y SU DUALIDAD DIVINA

Avestruz, Ave, Mexico, Inca, Maya - Imagen gratis en Pixabay

Imagen gratis en Pixabay - Avestruz, Ave, Mexico, Inca, Maya

Pendant in human form, probably from the Tiwanaku (Tiahuanaco) culture | Cast gold | ca. 800 - 1000 AD.

Pendant in human form, probably from the Tiwanaku (Tiahuanaco) culture

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