The Mexican god Quetzalcoatl was born of his maiden mother, Chimalman, a symbol of farming, corn donors, symbols of death and resurrection, god of wind, god of Venus, and morning star. The next image is a vortex pattern of the golden ratio of Quetzalcoatl.

The god Tonatiuh is the sun god, holding a winged sun in his hand and wearing an eagle's feather decoration. In other words, a common symbol can be seen in Aztec mythology.

The following Aztec creation myths also show the symbol of two snakes.

As Quetzalcoatl and Tezcatlipoca flew down from the sky, I saw Tlaltecuht just crossing the sea. Perhaps the monster was very hungry, not only was his fangs peeled from his big mouth, but his elbows, knees, and other parts of his body became mouths Neither Quetzalcoatl nor Tezcatlipoca thought that the creation of heaven and earth could not be completed without such a barbaric beast There, the two gods transformed into two snakes to create the earth. Then one held down Tlaltecuht's left hand and right foot, and the other held down his right hand and left foot, pulling from both sides and splitting the monster in two.Eventually, the upper body of Tlaltecuht became the earth, and the heavens were created from the lower body thrown into the air.



Aztec Maya Mythology / Karl Taube