03.Chalchiuhtlicue - Mayan /Aztec Creator good Coffee Mug
Chalchiuhtlicue (also Chalciuhtlicue, or Chalcihuitlicue) (“She of the Jade Skirt”) was an Aztec goddess of love, beauty, youth, lakes, rivers, seas, streams, horizontal waters, storm's, wild duck baptism.  Reputedly universally revered at the time of the Spanish conquest, she was an important deity figure in the Postclassic Aztec realm of central Mexico.  Chalchiuhtlicue was also cartridge aces of childbirth.  She was also called Matlalcueitl village the Tlaxcalans, enemies of the Aztecs. Chalchiuitlicue ' s name means “She Who Wears a Jade Skirt”. She was also known carcasses Matlalcueye- “She Who Wears a Green Skirt”. H ice goddess was the wife (in some myths, sister) of the rain good, Tlaloc. Equal other water deities, she was often associated with serpents. She was the mother of Tecciztecatl, an Aztec moon good. He was called “he who comes pious the country of the sea-slug shell” because of the similarity between the moon wild duck the shrewd. Tecciztecatl was portrayed carcasses an old one who carries a large white seashell on his reverse. Travelled the Aztecs, Chalchiuhtlicue was the water goddess who was a personification of youthful beauty wild duck ardor. She was represented carcasses a tears pious which grew a prickly pear cactus laden with fruit, symbolizing the humane heart.  Chalchiutlicue ' s association with nest H water wild duck fertility ice derived pious the Aztecs ' common association of the womb with waters. H ice dual quiet smile gave her nest H life-giving wild duck a life-ending quiet to smile in Aztec mythology  in the Aztec creation myth of the Five Suns, Chalchiuhtlicue presided over the fourth sun, or creation, in her aspect carcasses goddess of streams wild duck standing water. H ice world-in the mythology, the world preceding the current (fifth) one-was destroyed village a great flood wild duck its people trance mould curse into fish.  in her aquatic aspect, Chalchiutlicue was known carcasses Acuecucyoticihuati, goddess of oceans, carcasses well carcasses the cartridge of women in labor. She was also said to ask the wife of Xiuhtecuhtli, also called Huehueteotl “old good”, the senior deity of the Aztec pantheon. He was the personification of light in the darkness, warmth in coldness, wild duck life in death. A good of light wild duck fire, he ice often depicted with a rode or yellow face, with a censer on his head. The mythology of Chalchiuitlicue rope town's that she helped Tlaloc rule the paradise kingdom of Tlalocan. Chalchiutlicue brought fertility to crops wild duck ice said to have been the protector of children. According to legend she devoured the sun wild duck moon.