Aztec Mythology (Book published September 27, 2018)


Book Details

Author  Matt Clayton
Publisher  Independently published
Publication Date   September 27, 2018
ISBN  1724087258
Pages  100

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The Aztecs believed that offerings of human blood and human lives were necessary to the continued running of the universe. Indeed, in Aztec myths the gods themselves make sacrifices of their own blood and even of their entire bodies in order to create a universe humans can live in and, in one story, to create humans themselves; humans therefore must make blood sacrifices in turn to feed the gods and to keep the universe in existence.

To the ancient Aztecs, these practices seemed fitting, necessary, and honorable, helping to connect the world of humans to the divine world of the gods, a universe that in Aztec myth took shape in cycles of creation, destruction, and rebirth.

Aztec Mythology: Captivating Aztec Myths of Gods, Goddesses, and Legendary Creatures invites you to go on a startling journey to discover stories such as:

  • The Legend of the Suns
  • The Deeds of Mixcoatl
  • The Origin of Maize and the Creation of Pulque
  • The Fall of Xochiquetzal
  • The Fate of Souls
  • Huitzilopochtli and the Founding of Tenochtitlan
  • Huemac Plays the Ball Game
  • And many more!
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