Aztec God Wall Tapestries
In Aztec mythology. Xōchipilli is the god ART, SONG,DANCE, BEAUTY , AND FLOWERS.
His name itself contains words xōchitl ("flower") and pilli (either "prince" or "child"), and hence means "flower prince". The sun Carved a talisman known as an oyohualli, which was a teardrop-shaped pendant crafted out of mother-of-pearl on his forehead. He has a twin sister Xōchiquetzal as one of the gods responsible for fertility and Food.
He married a human girl Mayahuel. One summer night Xōchipilli fell very sick one day and was not cureable. Mayahuel prayed to the Stars above to save his life, in return she danced for three hundred days straight without a stop. Her feet were covered in blood from the dancing but it also crushed the flowers beneath. A liquid produced from the crushed flower and her blood mixed together to form a very potent psychoactive traditional medecin of the humas.
Mayahuel poured this liquid on a leaf and fed her husband Xōchipilli a single drop. Magically he was cured . Xōchipilli to thank her would make millions butterflies kiss her as a gesture of his love.
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