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, Aztec Goddess of Flowers and the Creative Arts by Thalia Took Embroider your life with beauty.

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Tlazolteotl (Whose name can be variously translated as "Earth Goddess", "Filth Goddess" or "Dirt Goddess") is the Aztec and Toltec Goddess of Guilty Pleasures, who both inspires and forgives carnal acts.

Finally her three eyes represent the sun, moon, and fire, with which she is able to observe the three modes of time: past, present and future. This attribute is also the origin of the name Kali, which is the feminine form of 'Kala', the Sanskrit term for Time.

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Kali, Black Mother of Destroying Time by Thalia Took Kali represents…

Itzpapalotl by ThaliaTook, USA: "The Aztec Goddess of the sacrificial flint knife, Her name means 'Obsidian Butterfly' or 'Clawed Butterfly', which may be a poetic name for the bat. She is also the leader of the tzitzimime or star Goddesses, and one of the cihuateteo, or women who died in childbirth. She rules Tamoanchan, the paradise from where humans originated." {traditional, 2013}

"Itzpapalotl", Aztec Goddess of the Sacrificial Flint, by Thalia Took. Itzpapalotl is the Aztec Goddess of the sacrificial flint knife. Her name means 'Obsidian Butterfly' or 'Clawed Butterfly', the latter likely referring to the bat.

Blodeuwedd is the Welsh Goddess of spring created from flowers, and the wife of Lleu, son of Arianrhod. In the late Christianized myth, She was created by the great magicians Math and Gwydion to be Lleu's mate, in response to a curse pronounced by his mother that he would never have a wife from any race then on the Earth. They fashioned Blodeuwedd from flowers and breathed life into Her.

Blodeuwedd is the Welsh Goddess of spring created from flowers, and the wife of Lleu, son of Arianrhod.She represents temporary beauty and the bright blooming that must come full circle through death: She is the promise of autumn visible in spring.

Algunas palabras en idioma Nahuatl. Reference for Nahuatl to Spanish body parts.

Algunas palabras en idioma Nahuatl. Reference for Nahuatl to Spanish body parts.

xochiquetzal by korangi.deviantart.com on @deviantART xochiquetzal goddess of beauty and love in the  Aztec mythology.

The theme was Aztec+space, hahaha :l not too creative as i wanted but yeah, this is my representation of xochiquetzal goddess of beauty and love in the .

Xochitl

An Aztec fertility goddess, Xochiquetzal linked to spring, its flowers and the fruits of life and abundance. I find it interesting she is also the patron goddess of craftsmen and prostitutes.

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