Tlaloc, Aztec god of rain

_Tlaloc_Archetypes:

The Authority/Emperor (King, Chief, Leader) — He is the representative image of Father Time; in charge of the seed and the withdrawal of the Life Force when the period of Life is done

Death (personification) — Transformation via Dramatic Change, as symbolized by the image of physical Life being terminated and the Afterlife commencing. Therefore, a sudden pole reversal occurs, i.e. orientation or circumstances change is indicated. That which was the order of things has been totally shattered

Shadow — the Shadow represents the energy of the dark side, the unexpressed, unrealized, or rejected aspects of something

Chinese Zodiac Animal-types

Dragon: Charismatic and colorful. Wants to be center of attention. Very arrogant.

Carolyn Myss’s Archetypes:

Bully (Coward)

Destroyer (Attila, Mad Scientist, Serial Killer, Spoiler)

God (Adonis, see also Hero)

King (Emperor, Ruler, Leader, Chief)

Often depicted:

with goggle eyes & jaguar fangs

as a cloud on the mountaintops

as part jaguar

Associated with:

Caves, springs, mountains, nourishing the crops, child sacrifices, white & blue,

Said to send:

Hail, thunder, lightening, large waves, rain, or drought & hunger

References:

Encyclopedia Britannica. (n.d.). Tkakic (Aztec god). Retrieved from http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/597478/Tlaloc

http://www.merriam-webster.com/concise/tlaloc

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