List of Aztec gods and supernatural beings
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- Ahuiateteo, gods of excess and pleasure
- Centzonmimixcoa, 400 gods of the northern stars.
- Centzonhuitznahua, 400 gods of the southern stars.
- Coyolxauhqui, goddess and leader of the Centzonhuitznahua, associated with the moon
- Centzontotochtin, 400 gods of pulque
- Cinteteo, gods of the maizes associated with the Tianquiztli
- Cinteotl, god of maize.
- Cipactonal, god of astrology and calendars associated with daytime
- Oxomo, goddess of astrology and calendars associated with nighttime
- Cihuateteo, were the malevolent spirits of women who died in childbirth.They were likened to the spirits of male warriors who died in violent conflict, because childbirth was conceptually equivalent to battle in Aztec culture.
- Tzitzimitl, were female deities, and as such related to fertility, they were associated with the Cihuateteo and other female deities such as Tlaltecuhtli, Coatlicue, Citlalicue and Cihuacoatl. The leader of the tzitzimimeh was the Goddess Itzpapalotl who was the ruler of Tamoanchan - the paradise where the Tzitzimimeh resided.
- Cihuacoatl, goddess of childbirth and picker of souls.
- Coatlicue, goddess of fertility, life, death and rebirth
- Chimalma, goddess of fertility, life, death and rebirth
- Xochitlicue, goddess of fertility, life, death and rebirth
- Itzpapalotl, obsidian butterfly, leader of the Tzitzimitl
- Toci, goddess of healing
- Temazcalteci, goddess of maternity associated with Toci
- Ehecatl, god of wind, associated with Quetzalcoatl as "Quetzalcoatl-Ehecatl".
- Ehecatotontli, gods of the breezes.
- Huehuecoyotl, god of old-age and origin patron of wisdom
- Huehueteotl, god of old-age and origin
- Xiuhtecuhtli, god of fire and time.
- Xiuhtecuthli-Heuheuteotl the connection of old-age and time
- Chantico, the goddess of fires in the family hearth and volcanoes.
- Mictlantecuhtli, god of the Underworld.
- Mictecacihuatl, goddess of the Underworld.
- Xolotl, god of death, associated with Venus as the Evening Star (Double of Quetzalcoatl
- Ometeotl, god of duality.
- Ometecuhtli, god of substance.
- Omecihuatl, goddess of substance.
- Tonacatecuhtli, god of sustenance associated with Ometecuthli
- Tonacacihuatl, goddess of sustenance associated with Omecihuatl
- Piltzintecuhtli, god of the visions,associated with Mercury (the planet that is visible just before sunrise or just after sunset) and healing
- Citlalicue, goddess of female stars (Milky Way).
- Citlalatonac, god of female stars (Milky Way)
- Mixcoatl, old god of war and hunting associated with the milky way
- Tonatiuh, god of sun.
- Metztli, goddess of moon.
- Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli, god of dawn (Venus) aspect of Quetzalcoatl
- Xolotl, god of death, associated with Venus as the Evening Star (Double of Quetzalcoatl)
+ (They have both Venus as association as symbol of twins)
- Four Tezcatlipoca's
- Tezcatlipoca, god of providence, the darkness and the invisible, lord of the night, ruler of the North. (Black Tezcatlipoca
- Quetzalcoatl, god of the life, the light and wisdom, lord of the winds and the day, ruler of the West. (White Tezcatlipoca
- Xipe-Totec, god of force, lord of the seasons and rebirth associated with vegitation, ruler of the East. (Red Tezcatlipoca)
- Huitzilopochtli, god of will and the war, patron of sun and fire, the lord of the South.
- Tepeyollotl, god of the animals, darkened caves, echoes and earthquakes. Tepeyollotl is a variant of Tezcatlipoca, associated with mountians
- Chalchiutotolin, god of cleanse of contamination, absolve them of guilt, and overcome their fate, variant of Tezcatlipoca
- Tlazolteotl, goddess of lust, carnality, sexual misdeeds.
- Itzpapalotltotec, god of sacrifice
- Itzpapalotlcihuatl, goddess of sacrifice.
- Tlaloc,god of rain and lightning and thunder. He is a fertility god
- Chalchiuhtlicue, goddess of water, lakes, rivers, seas, streams, horizontal waters, storms and baptism.
- Opochtli, god of fishing and hunting
- Huixtocihuatl, goddess of salt.
- Atlacoya, goddess of drought.
- Tlaltecuhtli, old god of earth (changed in the landscape and atmosphere)
- Tlalcihuatl, old goddess of earth (changed in the landscape and atmosphere)
- Coatlicue, goddess of Earth
- Xipe Totec, god of force, patron of war, agriculture, vegetation, diseases, seasons, rebirth, hunting,
trades and spring, the lord of the East.
- Chicomecoatl, goddess of agriculture
- Cinteotl, god of maize
- Xilonen, goddes of tender maize
- ChicomecoatlXilonen, goddess of tender maize, also sometimes referred to as Chicomecoatl as connection of maize and agriculture and they were both female deities.
- Xochipilli, god of love, art, games, beauty, dance, flowers, maize, fertility, and song.
- Xochiquetzal, goddess of fertility, beauty, female sexual power, protection of young mothers, pregnancy, childbirth, and women's crafts.
- Xochitlicue, goddes of growthiness, she is the mother of the twin gods Xochiquetzal an Xochipilli.
- Yacatecuhtli, patron god of commerce and travelers, especially business travelers
- Zacatzontli, god of (day/night) roads (He can be a protector for merchants)
- Malinalxochitl, goddess or sorceress of snakes, scorpions and insects of the desert.
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