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The Codex Selden is a Mexican manuscript Mixtec origin. The two figures on the right show the red and white "flint knife" icon attached to their small speech scrolls, indicating that they are verbally attacking the travellers on the left.

The Codex Selden is a Mexican manuscript Mixtec origin. The two figures on the right show the red and white "flint knife" icon attached to their small speech scrolls, indicating that they are verbally attacking the travellers on the left.

Mayan Mask ♥ Mayan Masks  ♥ Mexican Decorations ♥ Mexican Chic Boutique (www.MexicanChicBoutique.com)

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Aztec Empire1428-1521 by nosuku-k on DeviantArt

Aztec by nosuku-k

колодец с водой, Кукулькан, Мексика, фото

колодец с водой, Кукулькан, Мексика, фото

Mayan & Assyrian Connection: the mysteries of Cetho Temple, Sukuh & Penataran Temple in Indonesia , page 1

Mayan & Assyrian Connection: the mysteries of Cetho Temple, Sukuh & Penataran Temple in Indonesia , page 1

Tlaloc Coyoacan Museum Mexico | by Ilhuicamina

Tlaloc Coyoacan Museum Mexico | by Ilhuicamina

Caxcan culture artifacts in Mexico – IAHA

Caxcan culture artifacts in Mexico – IAHA

The Plumed Conch: January 2013

Netted Jaguar mural from Teotihuacan. Note the fanged mask at the left side of the picture, it is very similar to masks found from Nepal to Indonesia.

DAR ORŁA / Sztuka podchodzenia / VII / Carlos Castaneda w ŚCIEŻKA SERCA DON JUAN CASTANEDA

DAR ORŁA / Sztuka podchodzenia / VII / Carlos Castaneda w ŚCIEŻKA SERCA DON JUAN CASTANEDA

“We seldom realize, for example that our most private thoughts and emotions are not actually our own. For we think in terms of languages and images which we did not invent, but which were given to us by our society.”     ~ Alan W. Watts  Codex Magliabechiano, showing the day signs Flint (knife), Rain, Flower, and Crocodile.   <3 lis

"Reverse of folio 11 of the Codex Magliabechiano, showing the day signs Flint (knife), Rain, Flower, and Crocodile.

OMETÉOTL

In the Aztec religion, little distinction was made between the world of the gods and the natural order. Hundreds of male and female gods representing rain, fire, etc., were worshiped.

coatlicue

mariposa-reina:kennethsmoot: Coatlicue, Aztec Goddess of death, rebirth, and motherhood.

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