Top 10 Gods & Goddesses of Aztec Mythology

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Hey YouTube, Jim here! Welcome to Top10Archive! The Aztecs may be a civilization long since gone, but the stories they left behind, their mythology, is forever ingrained in time. It may not be as widely retold as Greek or Roman mythology, but this Mesoamerican religion, which focused heavily on human sacrifice, was fascinating on its own, breeding these top ten deities of Aztec mythology.

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10. Tonaituh
9. Tlaloc
8. Xipe Totec
7. Huitzilopochtli
6. Huehueteotl
5. Mictlantecuhtli
4. Tlaltecuhtli
3. Ometeotl
2. Coatlicue
1. Quetzalcoatl

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  1. Quetzalcoatl is also known as the Feathered Serpent. The bird being master of the skies, and snakes able to move amidst the creatures of the land. The Feathered Serpent was lord of both heavens and earth. The Aztecs described him as a white, bearded god who taught good principles to their ancestors. They looked forward to his return, and mistook Hernando Cortez as him.

    The origins of the Feathered Serpent legend are revealed in a very special book: “Another Testament of Jesus Christ.” Just months after His resurrection in Palestine, the Lord of heaven and earth visited a scattered Israelite branch in the Americas. He performed miracles, and taught the same Gospel and organized the same church as He did in the New Testament. But after a thousand years of apostasy and war, these people’s Aztec descendants only knew about “the Feathered Serpent,” mixed with a bunch of paganism.

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