Huitzilopochtli, era el hijo de Coatlicue, la diosa de la tierra (diosa madre), hermano de Coyolxauqui, (la luna) y los zenzonahuas (las 400 estrellas del sur). Huitzilopochtli fue concebido milagrosamente por Coatlicue, saliendo armado de su vientre para defenderla y dando muerte a su hermana y a sus cuatrocientos hermanos.  Huitzilopochtli es el fulgor que vence a las tinieblas y da nacimiento al sol. Con motivo de la festividad de este dios, ser realizaban sacrificios humanos…

La Tierra: Coatlicue Cōātlicuē, madre de Huitzilopochtli. Su nombre significa en náhuatl 'La de la Falda de Serpientes'. Diosa terrestre ...

Ofrenda a Coatlicue Artista: Nacho

Amor, pasión y orgullo de pertenecer a este maravilloso país lleno de tradiciones, arte, gente que sin lugar a dudas son dignos de presumirse.

Tezcatlipoca: ‘The Smoking Mirror’. God of the night sky, ancestral memory, time and the Lord of the North, the embodiment of change through conflict. Together with his eternal opposite Quetzalcoatl, he created the world. In this process, he lost his foot when he used it as bait for the Earth Monster Cipactli. The Black Tezcatlipoca, he appears in the codices with a smoking mirror on his head, and in other instances, the mirror substitutes for one of his feet.

Tezcatlipoca: ‘The Smoking Mirror’. God of the night sky, ancestral memory, time and the Lord of the North, the embodiment of change through conflict. Together with his eternal opposite Quetzalcoatl, he created the world. In this process, he lost his foot when he used it as bait for the Earth Monster Cipactli. The Black Tezcatlipoca, he appears in the codices with a smoking mirror on his head, and in other instances, the mirror substitutes for one of his feet.

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