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Meu perfil Enviar letra Mensagens Editar Sair. Their sight was far and they understood all. In the era following the 16th-century Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire , a number of records conflated Quetzalcoatl with Ce Acatl Topiltzin , a ruler of the mythico-historic city of Tollan. London and New York: Life on Gold Plates.

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The next morning, Quetzalcoatl, feeling shame and regret, had his servants build him a stone chest, adorn him in turquoise, and then, laying in the chest, set himself on fire.

Tem certeza que deseja excluir esta playlist? University of Chicago Press. This breastplate, the insignia of the wind god, called in Nahuatl the ehecailacacozcatl, the ‘spirally voluted wind jewel’ was made by cutting across the upper portion of a marine conch shell, and drilling holes for suspension by a cord. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Quetzalcoatl.

Quetzalcoatl, the Aztec god of wind, air, and learning, wears around his neck the “wind breastplate” ehecailacocozcatl”the spirally voluted wind jewel” made of a conch shell. There is no question that the legend of Quetzalcoatl played a significant role in the colonial period. Historians debate to what degree, or whether at all, these narratives about this legendary Toltec ruler describe historical events.

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In Aztec culture, depictions of Quetzalcoatl were fully anthropomorphic. University of Arizona Press.

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The “Return of Quetzalcoatl”: Spider ije, ducks, and the wind itself really love the Ehecatl version. The archaeological record shows that after the fall of Teotihuacan that marked the beginning of the epi-classic period in Mesoamerican chronology around AD, the cult of the feathered serpent spread to the new religious and political centers in central Mexico, centers such as XochicalcoCacaxtla and Cholula.

Journal of Book of Mormon Studies. Quetzalcoatl gained a lot of followers by being the first god portrayed in church with Dissociative Identity Disorder.

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Santa Fe, New Mexico. In the Aztec ritual calendar, different deities were associated with the cycle-of-year names: When the goddess virgin Chimalman quetza,coatl a dream about god Onteol, she swallowed an emerald and then was shot in the womb with an arrow by Mixcoatl.

In a version of the myth, Quetzalcoatl was born by a virgin named Chimalmanto whom the god Onteol appeared in a dream.

gukumatz ine quetzalcoatl

Daily Life of the Aztecs. Myths and Prophecies in the Aztec Tradition.

gukumatz ine quetzalcoatl

From that moment on, men wanted to worship him as a deity, but he rejected any kind of luxury and invited them to live with humility and to learn with purity and soul. Life on Gold Plates. James, Susan E Winter Children of the Plumed Serpent: Over time, Quetzalcoatl’s appearance, clothing, malevolent nature, and jne among the gods were reshaped to fit a more Christian framework.

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Views Read Edit View history. EhecatlTlahuizcalpantecuhtliKukulkan Maya Nicknames: Oxford and New York: Retrieved from ” http: In the Codex Chimalpopocait is quetzaocoatl Quetzalcoatl was coerced by Tezcatlipoca into becoming drunk on pulquecavorting with his sister, Quetzalpetlatl, a celibate priestess, and neglecting their religious duties.

gukumatz ine quetzalcoatl

Retrieved 11 September In Michael Smith; Frances Berdan eds. He also had anthropomorphic forms, for example in his aspects as Ehecatl the wind god. He focused his worship on the religious centers near Cholula in Mexico, known for its hot sauce. This page was last edited on 23 Septemberat Aztec gods Creator gods Dragons Feathered serpent deities Fertility gods Wisdom gods Legendary serpents Mythological monsters Life-death-rebirth gods Primordial teachers Sky and weather gods Mormon folklore.