Los aztecas religion

Aztec God Poster

Aztec gods presented in their traditional art work (or at least an artistic interpretation based on the origin source). This shall serve as a basis to develop the boss of the game from, as well as looking into other similar cultures for inspiration.

There should be more Mayan Calendar-inspired stuff in general. Make it happen, designers!

Ancient Aztec Calendar was believed to be one of the most advanced instruments the Maya used it helped them predict many things including solar eclipese.

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Goddess Mama Killa , in Inca mythology and religion, was the third power and goddess of the moon.

(Incan Mythology) Goddess Mama Killa , in Inca mythology and religion, was the third power and goddess of the moon.

Inca Deities, from mythencyclopedia.com

Mythology + Religion: Assorted Gods and Goddesses of Inca Mythology

Creatures, Monsters and Supernatural Beings of Native American Mythology! #NativeAmericanMythology #Monsters #Infographic #NativeAmericanFolklore #Mythology #MrPsMythopedia

Creatures, Monsters and Supernatural Beings of Native American Mythology! #NativeAmericanMythology #Monsters #Infographic #NativeAmericanFolklore #Mythology #MrPsMythopedia

How to make a God's Eye.The Ojo de Dios (Eye of God in Spanish) is woven with yarn and wood, often with several colors. The weaving of an Ojo de Dios is an ancient contemplative and spiritual practice for many indigenous peoples in the Americas, and beliefs surrounding them vary with location and history. Some people believe they were originally part of the sophisticated religion of the Ancient Pueblo Peoples.

God's Eye Craft Project

How to make a God's Eye.The Ojo de Dios (Eye of God in Spanish) is woven with yarn and wood, often with several colors

The serpent played a very important role in Aztec religion. It is associated with several gods such as Quetzalcoatl (Feathered Serpent), Xiuhcoatl (Fire Serpent), Mixcoatl (Cloud Serpent) or Coatlicue (She of the Serpent Skirt), the mother of the Aztec god Huitzilopochtli. The word for serpent in Nahuatl, the language spoken by the Aztecs, is coatl.

The serpent played a very important role in Aztec religion. It is associated…

Aztec God: Tlaloc was the god of rain but he was also associated with agriculture and fertility. Because of his association with fertility, children were sacrificed to him.

MesoAmerica Aztec God: Tlaloc was the god of rain but he was also associated with agriculture and fertility. Because of his association with fertility, children were sacrificed to him.

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