Mata Hari - Mata Hari was an exotic dancer and courtesan who was arrested by the French and executed for espionage during World War I. After her death, her stage name, "Mata Hari," became synonymous with spying and espionage.

Mata Hari - Mata Hari was an exotic dancer and courtesan who was arrested by the French and executed for espionage during World War I. After her death, her stage name, "Mata Hari," became synonymous with spying and espionage.

Ixchel, La Diosa maya de la luna...y de los tiempos de siembra y cosecha.

Recordad... Es momento para volver a hablar con las piedras, plantas, animales; de reencontrar la vinculación sagrada con las montañas, los ríos, las...

Medicine Wheel Earth Mother..anyone know the name of this artist?

El pueblo indio veneraba a sus mujeres, las consideraba mágicas, fuentes saludables de energía, generadoras de vida.... "Los ancianos dicen que las...

Aprende con este artículo online gratis. Dioses aztecas: lista de nombres con ejercicios y soluciones. La civilización azteca siempre ha sido una de las poblaciones más enigmáticas de Mesoamérica, siendo considerada por muchos...

Aprende con este artículo online gratis. Dioses aztecas: lista de nombres con ejercicios y soluciones. La civilización azteca siempre ha sido una de las poblaciones más enigmáticas de Mesoamérica, siendo considerada por muchos...

Xochiquetzal is the Aztec Goddess of flowers and the creative arts. Her name is made up of two components in Nahuatl, the language of the Az...

Xochiquetzal is the Aztec Goddess of flowers and the creative arts. Her name is made up of two components in Nahuatl, the language of the Az...

Zaramama is the Incan Goddess of Grain, especially Maize. When someone found an unusually shaped ear of corn, it would be dressed as Zaramama and worshipped. The person who found the corn was said to be lucky—if it was a woman, she would be blessed with many children. Zaramama’s name, means “grain mother.”

Zaramama is the Incan Goddess of Grain, especially Maize. When someone found an unusually shaped ear of corn, it would be dressed as Zaramama and worshipped. The person who found the corn was said to be lucky—if it was a woman, she would be blessed with many children. Zaramama’s name, means “grain mother.”

Chicomecoatl Goddess of Maize and Food    This great ceramic image of the Aztec goddess Chicomecoatl is in the collection of the Anthropology Museum in Mexico City. her name means "7 serpents." Red was her color, and she is wearing a large hat made from wood and covered with bark (amate) paper.

Chicomecoatl Goddess of Maize and Food This great ceramic image of the Aztec goddess Chicomecoatl is in the collection of the Anthropology Museum in Mexico City. her name means "7 serpents." Red was her color, and she is wearing a large hat made from wood and covered with bark (amate) paper.

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