Explore these ideas and more!

Explore related topics

22 best images about Aztec Gods on Pinterest | Mexico, Aztec ...

22 best images about Aztec Gods on Pinterest | Mexico, Aztec ...

VITTORIO SODANO APOCALYPTO

VITTORIO SODANO APOCALYPTO

Chalchiuhtlicue, deidad mexica de las aguas mansas, lagos, lagunas y pozos (del "agua horizontal") Pareja o contraparte de Tlaloc, deidad de la fertilidad (en todas sus acepciones) de la lluvia y los rayois ("agua vertical")

Chalchiuhtlicue, deidad mexica de las aguas mansas, lagos, lagunas y pozos (del "agua horizontal") Pareja o contraparte de Tlaloc, deidad de la fertilidad (en todas sus acepciones) de la lluvia y los rayois ("agua vertical")

aztec art

Foundation for Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies provides research funds and Pre-Columbian educational resources: Images; and Mesoamerican Bibliography.

Goddess Coyolxauhqui  with the sun stone at her back. National Museum of Anthropology Mexico City mexicas

Goddess Coyolxauhqui with the sun stone at her back. National Museum of Anthropology Mexico City photo credit: Thomas Aleto

"As one awakens, the heart becomes a rarefied organ of perception..."    The Aztec fire serpent Xiuhcoatl, guardian of the celestial sun and an aspect of the ‘refining fire’ that purifies the emotional centre. From the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan, Mexico, 1325-1521 AD.  Copyright © 2008, Being Present

The Aztec fire serpent Xiuhcoatl, guardian of the celestial sun and an aspect of the ‘refining fire’ that purifies and enlivens the emotional centre

Serpent's head,	 Mexica (Aztec),	 Late Post-Classic (1325-1521 A.D.)	 - Mexico City.	 Volcanic tuff	 - National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico. Photo © Jorge Pérez de Lara

Serpent's head, Mexica (Aztec), Late Post-Classic A. Volcanic tuff - National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico.

The jaguar is representative of power, ferocity, and valor; he is the embodiment of aggressiveness.  For some, the jaguar represents the power to face one’s fears, or to confront one’s enemies.  However, they are also associated with vision, which means both their ability to see during the night and to look into the dark parts of the human heart.

The jaguar is representative of power, ferocity, and valor; he is the embodiment of aggressiveness. For some, the jaguar represents the power to face one’s fears, or to confront one’s enemies. However, they are also associated with vision, which means both their ability to see during the night and to look into the dark parts of the human heart.

Pinterest
Search