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Tepeyollotl Is Known As The Jaguar Of Night He Is The Lord Of

Tepeyollotl Is Known As The Jaguar Of Night He Is The Lord Of

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Tepeyollotl Is Known As The Jaguar Of Night ~ He Is The Lord Of Animals

Tepeyollotl, Heart of the Mountain, the Jaguar of Night, lord of the animals, darkened caves, echoes and earthquakes. Tepeyollotl is a variant of ...

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Tepeyollotl

Tepeyollotl

Jaguar skin Tezcatlipoca

Tepeyollotl,Jaguar god; lord of the night, mountains, and the thunderous roar of nature's fury. His call is storms and volcanoes. Great sorcerer of darkness ...

Tepeyollotl

In Aztec mythology, Tepeyollotl ("heart of the mountains"; also Tepeyollotli) was the god of earthquakes, echoes and jaguars. He is the god of the Eighth ...

Centeotl (also Cinteotl), the Lord of Maize. He is also known as

God-Jaguar in Aztec mythology.

Tlaloc

Aztec god Tepeyollotl for "Earthcore: Shattered Elemetns" game - by Dagmara Gąska

Lords of the Night

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Jaguars, predator and spiritual symbol of ayahuasca drug ritual, threatened by poaching and habitat loss.

Tezcatlipoca in the Codex Borgia.

However, there is now a need to protect the jaguar. It was hunted for its beautiful coat and it is estimated that during the 1960's and 70's anywhere up to ...

Tlipoca - jaguar form of god Tezcatlipoca after first creation the Sun of the Earth (all history will be describe later) and Tepeyollotl. He is ruler of ...

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Marduk spoke to me a long time ago about the association Balam/Yumil-Cax (Yumil-Kaax: Lord of the fields). So I went back to my notes and records which ...

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The jaguar was a sacred animal to Tezcatlipoca.

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Tezcatlipoca

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Jaguar - Symbol Of The Aztec Elite Warriors

He's a pretty rad dude - the Aztec god of earthquakes, echoes and jaguars. That's sort of like being the modern day god of heavy metal, ...

Pic 5: Tezcatlipoca as a jaguar or ocelot in the Codex Borbonicus

Tepeyollotl

Pic 4: Tezcatlipoca, whose foot has been taken by Tlalteotl, earth goddess.

Tlaloc

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Snake leg Tezcatlipoca. Jaguar skin Tezcatlipoca

Aztec Animals were used for sacrifices to the gods, as food, and were also important part of the symbolism in Aztec society. Aztec Gods and people were ...

The story of creation, according to the Aztecs, is actually a story of birth, death, and rebirth. When the world is destroyed, it's born again through the ...

Tlaloc, also known as Nuhualpilli, was, in Aztec belief, the god of rain and fertility. He was greatly feared among the Aztecs, who drowned children to ...

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Tepeyollotl - Red Outline by ShamansYoik

Jaguar

Tepeyollotl - Red Outline by ShamansYoik

We actually know very little about the Lords of the Night.

#Tepeyollotl, en la cultura mexica es el dios de las montañas y de los movimientos de tierra o #terremotos.pic.twitter.com/8J4sDJJen6

The fierceness of the macuahuitl was known to make men submit before a swing was even taken, most Aztec warrior skeletons were found with very few wounds.

In Aztec mythology, Tepoztecatl (or Tezcatzontecatl) was the god of pulque, of drunkenness and fertility. He is a consorts of Mayahuel, who is a mask-avatar ...

Pic 3: Tlalteotl portrayed in the Codex Borbonicus

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Tlaloc (by Alex Torres)

Tepeyollotl – God Of Earthquakes. Tepeyollotl

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Tlaloc

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In Aztec mythology, Tonatiuh was the sun god. The Aztec people considered him the leader of Tollan, their heaven. He was also known as the fifth sun, ...

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Tlaloc, Collection E. Eug. Goupil, 17th century

God of Civilization and Learning

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Eight Deer Jaguar Claw, AD 1063-1115 by coricancha ...

Click on the picture to hear a jaguar roar:

In Aztec mythology, Tonatiuh was the sun god. The Aztec people considered him the leader of Tollan, their heaven. He was also known as the fifth sun, ...

Jaguars in Mesoamerican cultures

Water Lily Jaguar transformer (way) from a plate in the Museo de América, Madrid

Tezcatlipoca is the main Deity, who is described as being an antithesis to Huitzilopochtli the main God. Tezcatlipoca controls the night ...

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Tezcatlipoca vs. Quetzalcoatl.

Xipe Totec is the god of disease, rebirth, spring, and violence. He would remove his own skin every Spring in order to bless humanity with a good harvest.

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MURAL OF THE ANNUNCIATION; 55.

In Aztec mythology, Metztli (also Meztli, Metzi) was a god of the moon, the night, and farmers. He was probably the same deity as Yohaulticetl and ...

Pic 7: Just two guises of Tezcatlipoca: as jaguar and as turkey - both noble animals: it's likely that both were associated with meting out punishments to ...

Tigre Fighter With Whip & Jaguar Mask. Copyright 2008 by the Associate Press/Eduardo

Ceramic sculpture, 'Tlaloc Lord of Rain' (Mexico)

In Aztec mythology, Ehecatl ("wind") was the god of wind, an aspect of Quetzalcoatl. His breath moved the sun and pushed away rain. He fell in love with a ...

How Drawing Becomes Writing: Proto-orthography in the Codex Borbonicus - Page 83 - Digital Library

In Aztec mythology, Xipe Totec ("our lord the flayed one") was a life-death-rebirth deity, god of agriculture, the west, disease, spring, goldsmiths and the ...

QUETZALCOATL

Tlaloc. Thaloc may be one of the more unpleasant gods in the Aztec pantheon yet since he's

Tlaloc Seated on a Mountain Issuing Water, Plate 7 of the Codex Borbonicus

OCELOTL (Jaguar), Lord of the Animals

Both of these warriors wore wooden helmets that were carved in the form of the heads of animals like jaguars, eagles, coyotes, parrots, monkeys and wolves.