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Aztec Chalchihuitlicue Goddess Greeting Card
 
Goddess figure from Tajin, 4th- 9th century CE;
turkey from a Teotihuacan vessel 400-600 CE.

Chalchihuitlicue, Aztec Goddess
of Rain and Flowing Water

The Aztecs believed there were 4 prehistoric ages. The first was "4 Jaguar" during which the giants lived. At the end, the sun carrier Tezcatlipoca was turned into a jaguar who devoured them. During the second age, "4 Wind", Quetzalcoatl became the sun carrier but in the end was defeated by Tezcatlipoca and became a hurricane, killing many people. Those who remained became monkeys.

During the third age, "4 Rain", the sun carrier was Tlaloc, the rain god. In the end he was overcome by Quetzalcoatl and created a rain of fire (lightning) that changed people into turkeys.

The fourth age, "4 Water", Chalchihuitlicue was carrier of the sun. Known as She of the Robe of Green Jewels, she saw much injustice in the world, and created a bridge to the 5th world for those whom she favored. Others were drowned in a deluge that lasted 52 years.

When it was over, she calmed the wild waters and was thereafter remembered during the month of Etzaqualitzl when pilgrims came to ask for rain.

Blank Inside with White Envelope
Back Cover has information below about the Goddess on this
5 inch by 7 inch card. Small framable works by artist Sandra Stanton.
Helps to support the Global Fund for Women.

Regularly:      $2.75
Now on Sale: $ .50

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