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Metztli was an Aztec goddess of the moon, the night and farmers. Known as the Queen of the Night to the Otomi people, she represented the moon and the earth simultaneously.

Mythology ~ Metztli was an Aztec goddess of the moon, the night and farmers. Known as the Queen of the Night to the Otomi people, she represented the moon and the earth simultaneously.

saintpadfoot: “ Mythology | Aztec Goddesses | Chalchiuhtlicue was the patron goddess of lakes and streams. Aztec women pleaded for her comfort whilst going into labor, and she often aided in baptisms of the innocent.

saintpadfoot: “ Mythology | Aztec Goddesses | Chalchiuhtlicue was the patron goddess of lakes and streams. Aztec women pleaded for her comfort whilst going into labor, and she often aided in baptisms of the innocent.

saintpadfoot: “ Mythology | Aztec Goddesses | Coatlicue was an earth goddess, mother of all gods and mortal-kind. She birthed the moon and stars. She often appeared with the face of a fanged serpent, wearing a skirt of snake bodies symbolizing fertility and a necklace of human hearts, hands, and a skull. .

saintpadfoot: “ Mythology | Aztec Goddesses | Coatlicue was an earth goddess, mother of all gods and mortal-kind. She birthed the moon and stars. She often appeared with the face of a fanged serpent, wearing a skirt of snake bodies symbolizing fertility and a necklace of human hearts, hands, and a skull. .

saintpadfoot: “ Mythology | Aztec Goddesses | Coyolxauhqui was a daughter of Coatlicue and the goddess of the moon. Coatlicue also gave birth to the god Huitzilopochtli. Huitzilopochtli and Coyolxauhqui battled, a battle symbolized by the fading of day into night. He eventually cut off Coyolxauhqui’s head and thrust it far away into the sky, and her head became the moon.

saintpadfoot: “ Mythology | Aztec Goddesses | Coyolxauhqui was a daughter of Coatlicue and the goddess of the moon. Coatlicue also gave birth to the god Huitzilopochtli. Huitzilopochtli and Coyolxauhqui battled, a battle symbolized by the fading of day into night. He eventually cut off Coyolxauhqui’s head and thrust it far away into the sky, and her head became the moon.

Rusałka in Slavic mythology is female water nymph that dwells at the bottom of river. Rusałka sing sweet songs to entrap men into the water and drown them. She would also entice children with singing and then tickle them to death. Rusalka can also live on land, climb trees during the night and sing.

krigfattig: “ In Slavic mythology, a rusalka (plural: rusalki or rusalky) was a female ghost, water nymph, succubus or mermaid-like demon that dwelled in a waterway.

The Mythology of Goddess Durga. Durga Puja, the festival of Bengalis is the worship of 'Shakti' or the divine power. Most of the religious celebrations in the world have legends surrounding them.The fables are generally the fight between the evil and the good, the dark forces eventually succumbing to the divine.Worship of Goddess Durga is based on myths where Durga symbolizes the divine power. Shared on 11 July 2013 Courtesy of Durga-The Holy Deity Page.

Goddess Durga The Mother Goddess & Her Symbolism Goddess Durga is the mother of the universe and believed to be the power behind the work of.