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Hacha in the Form of a Jaguar ~ Mexico, Veracruz, Totonac ~ 700-900 A.D. ~ LACMA ~ Hachas, probably were used in ballgame ceremonies, though how is unclear.

(Pre-Columbian) Hacha in the Form of a Jaguar, Mexico, Veracruz, Totonac…

Black Jaguar, Mexico

Black Jaguar, Mexico

Black Jaguar (aka Black Panther and Black Leopard) .in this pose you can clearly see the leopard rosettes in subdued black/gray

Nouvelle illustration // Jaguar // Mexico  #jaguar #mexico #illustration #draw #tattoo #violette #bleunoir #bleunoirtattoo #violettetattoo #geometrictattoo #dotwork #blackwork #blackworkerssubmission #blacktattoo #blacktattoomag #blacktattooart #btattooing #iblackwork #inkstinctsubmission #equilattera #darkartists

Nouvelle illustration // Jaguar // Mexico #jaguar #mexico #illustration #draw #tattoo #violette #bleunoir #bleunoirtattoo #violettetattoo #geometrictattoo #dotwork #blackwork #blackworkerssubmission #blacktattoo #blacktattoomag #blacktattooart #btattooing #iblackwork #inkstinctsubmission #equilattera #darkartists

Caballero Jaguar Azteca                                                                                                                                                      Más

“Align yourself with the Creator, so when a man wants to find you he will have to go there first.” *************** "Alinearse con el Creador, por lo tanto, cuando un hombre quiere encontrar usted tendrá que ir primero".

Olmec Jade Celt Depicting a Were-Jaguar Origin: Mexico Circa: 900 BC to 300 BC

Olmeca Jade Celta Representando un Jaguar Origen: México Circa: 900 aC a 300 aC

8 Animals That Love Getting High More Than We Do

8 Animals That Love Getting High More Than We Do

The Jaguar, Panthera onca, is a big cat, a feline in the Panthera genus. It is the only Panthera species found in the Americas. The jaguar is the third-largest feline after the tiger and the lion, and

Huichol beaded jaguar

I've seen work similiar to this in a gallery and it is impossibly amazing up close.

Jaguar shaped receptacle for hearts of sacrifice victims, Aztec, Mexico, Templo Mayor.

Copyright:Kenneth Garrett Jaguar shaped receptacle for hearts of sacrifice victims, Aztec, Mexico, Templo Mayor.