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"In this lush depiction of the Aztec Goddess Xochiquetzal she is flanked by two powerful jaguars, one black the other spotted and two Mexican urns that are emitting incense smoke. As her legend says she is surrounded bu butterflies and birds (in this case the majestic Quetzal). In the background is a moonlit body of water over lit by a full moon just rising. Flowering orchids and a bromeliad balance the composition b echoing some of the surrounding colors. Xochiquetzal is dressed in…

"'Cancer / Xochiquetzal'" from the 'Empowered Feminine Zodiac' series by Karen MacKenzie

<p>In A Surefire Way, my heroes have to contend with and battle Aztec gods. For more on this comic, check out Wikipedia. One of the reasons I wanted to write about transhumans (humans with extraordinary abilities) is so I can…</p>

Will the Real Aztec Gods Please Stand Up?

Deep cocoa laced with patchouli, leather armor, ritual incense, and a touch of Xochiquetzal’s flowers - $4

The legendary birthplace of the Green Fairy. Swiss ferns, lilac, blackcurrant, Gallic rose and lavender with a dollop of sugar and absinthe.