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Dr. MIGUEL RUIZ  Libro "Los Cuatro acuerdos de la sabiduría Tolteca"    1. No supongas.  2. Honra tu palabra.  3. Haz siempre lo mejor.  4. No te tomes nada personal.

Dr. MIGUEL RUIZ Libro "Los Cuatro acuerdos de la sabiduría Tolteca" 1. No supongas. 2. Honra tu palabra. 3. Haz siempre lo mejor. 4. No te tomes nada personal.

Tlaloc: deus da chuva que detinha o poder de produzir os relâmpagos e trovões. Era muito temido, pois também representava algumas doenças. Por representar a chuva, era muito cultuado entre os agricultores astecas.

Tlaloc: deus da chuva que detinha o poder de produzir os relâmpagos e trovões. Era muito temido, pois também representava algumas doenças. Por representar a chuva, era muito cultuado entre os agricultores astecas.

Xolotl: god of fire and of bad luck. He was the twin of Quetzalcoatl, the pair being sons of the virgin Coatlicue, and was the dark personification of Venus, the evening star. He guarded the sun when it went through the underworld at night. He also assisted Quetzalcoatl in bringing humankind and fire from the underworld. He is depicted with physical deformities, is associated with dwarves and hunchbacks, and is the patron god of twins, who were considered monstrous and were feared.

Xolotl: god of fire and of bad luck. He was the twin of Quetzalcoatl, the pair being sons of the virgin Coatlicue, and was the dark personification of Venus, the evening star. He guarded the sun when it went through the underworld at night. He also assisted Quetzalcoatl in bringing humankind and fire from the underworld. He is depicted with physical deformities, is associated with dwarves and hunchbacks, and is the patron god of twins, who were considered monstrous and were feared.

The 10 Most Important Aztec Gods and Goddesses: Tonatiuh

The 10 Most Important Aztec Gods and Goddesses

XOCHIPILLI ( "flower prince") | Aztec god of art, games, beauty, dance, flowers & song. As the patron of writing and painting, he was called Chicomexóchitl ("seven-flower"), but he could also be referred to as Macuilxóchitl ("five-flower"). His wife was the human girl Mayahuel, and his twin sister was Xochiquetzal.

XOCHIPILLI ( "flower prince") | Aztec god of art, games, beauty, dance, flowers & song. As the patron of writing and painting, he was called Chicomexóchitl ("seven-flower"), but he could also be referred to as Macuilxóchitl ("five-flower"). His wife was the human girl Mayahuel, and his twin sister was Xochiquetzal.

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