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Famed Aztec feathered serpent, son of creator God, helped create the cosmos and the system of death and rebirth, god of culture and agriculture
Aztec war god, name means "hummingbird of the south"
Domestic Aztec goddess of the home and domestic hearth fires, combination of pleasures and pain, name means "she who dwells in this house"
Two in one Aztec creator god, entire universe is his temple, god of fire, he and his wife (Omecihuatl) symbolize duality/primordial forces of nature
All-important Aztec god specializing in night, death, and temptation; carries a smoking mirror that confuses
Aztec god of Mictlan (Aztec underworld), husband of Tlazozomizqui
Aztec god of fertility and water, ruler of Tlalocan (4th level of upper world, heavens)
Aztec mother goddess, goddess of earth and fire
Aztec goddess of youth and beauty, goddess of lakes and streams
founder of Mayan culture who brought maize to the people, state-god of Mayan Empire
Mayan god of fertility and agriculture, sends thunder and rain
Mayan god of death, ruled over Mitnal (Mayan underworld)
Mayan sun god who appears as a firebird, father of Itzamna
Fierce and violent Mayan god of war, patron of merchants, portrayed as a black man
Lord of the woods, Mayan god of maize and agriculture
Mayan earth and moon goddess, patroness of pregnant women, invented the art of weaving
Deified Mayan hero, "heart of the cities," patron god of the drum
Mayan moon god, responsible for the stars