¿Lo sabías? Monedas mexicanas forman el Calendario Azteca • NeoMexicanismos
Pasan todos los días por nuestras manos sin saber que cada una de las monedas es una pieza de rompecabezas que forma al Calendario Azteca o Piedra del Sol.
YAX CHE, la ceiba sagrada (Ceiba pentandra) - MAYANANSWER
La cosmogonía maya establece en el libro del Popol Vuh que los dioses creadores sembraron en los cuatro rumbos del cosmos sus respectivas ceibas sagradas, al este la ceiba roja, al oeste la ceiba negra, al sur la ceiba amarilla y al norte la ceiba blanca,...
Ancient Mayan Aztec Art Print Warrior Priest
A 11x14 inch art print of an Aztec warrior priest of the feathered serpent. The Aztec were some of the most feared warriors of their day, they were also responsible for some of the most beautiful stylized artwork ever found on Earth. This print is similar in design to the relief sculpture on the
Pacal the Great - Sarcophagus Lid Inscription
Pakal’s tomb has been the focus of attention by some enthusiasts since its appearance in Erich von Däniken's 1968 best seller, Chariots of the Gods?. Von Däniken reproduced a drawing of the sarcophagus lid (incorrectly labeling it as being from "Copan") and comparing Pacal's pose to that of 1960s Project Mercury astronauts, interpreting drawings underneath him as rockets, and saying it is supposed evidence of extra-terrestrial influence on the ancient Maya. In the center of that frame…
Mandala Azteca by Roberto Valdes Sanchez
The Aztec calendar, also known as the Sun Stone, is a huge twenty-five-ton monolith created in 1479, during the reign of the 6th Aztec monarch. Uncovered on December 17, 1790, it was found buried face down by workers excavating a street alongside Mexico City's main plaza, near what was once a corner of a ceremonial center of Tenochtitlan (the Aztec capital). The stone, carved with symbols depicting the Aztec universe, calendar, history and lore, was a fascinating discovery and has since…
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Coyolxauhqui Queen of Flints Moon Goddess Aztec Mexican | Etsy
Coyolxauhqui This is a painting of Coyolxauhqui, Bells Ringing on her Cheeks, who is Our Lady the Moon, the Aztec Teotl of that heavenly body. She appears enthroned on the moon, which is a bone vessel filled with water, within which is a flint-stone blade. The water is life and the knife, death,
Ometeotl, Large Print, Aztec Mexican Spirituality Art, Corazon Mexica, Mexica Heart
Ometeotl This painting metaphorically describes Ometeotl. Ometeotl can only be pictured metaphorically, They contain within Themselves the totality of existence, and are identical with all being, and do not exist symbolically like the other Teteo (gods) in a human-like form. Ometeotl, whose name
Mandala and Thangka Painting: Art and Wisdom
Community of artists creating thangka paintings and Buddhist mandalas in a lovely village in Nepal. We accept commissions and offer express delivery worldwide.
The First Sun, Nahui Ocelotl
The First Sun, Nahui Ocelotl Before our time, the Teteo created four previous eras or suns, which were destroyed by their opposite forces. These eras were Nahui Ocelotl (Four Jaguar), Nahui Ehecatl (Four Wind), Nahui Quiahuitl (Four Rain) and Nahui Atl (Four Water). The people who lived in these
The Birth of the Fifth Sun, the Mexica (Aztec) sacred narrative which tells of the birth of our current sun. The paintings are posted in order, and follow the progress of the narrative told...
The Birth of Huitzilopochtli, Sun God, Native American, Aztec Mexican Spirituality Art, Corazon Mexi
The Birth of Huitzilopochtli This is a devotional image of Huitzilopochtli, the Hummingbird on the Left, Lord of the Midday Sun, and the Tezcatlipoca of the South. His mother, Coatlicue, Our Lady of the Serpent Skirt, was sweeping a celestial temple, when a bundle of precious feathers fell from the
Mayan Indian Yucatan Peninsula Mexico Editorial Stock Photo - Image of america, peninsula: 26566068
Photo about A Mayan Indian wearing an eagle costume in XCaret, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Image of america, peninsula, mayan - 26566068
Tonatiuh Sun God Native American Aztec Mexican Spirituality | Etsy
Tonatiuh This is painting of Tonatiuh enthroned, Our Lord the Sun. When the world was still in darkness, the Teteo (gods) gathered in Tamoanchan, the Twelfth Heaven, and asked Nanahuatzin, the Syphalitic Lord, and Tecciztecatl, the Lord of Snails, to leap into the Spirit Fire and transform