Chalchiuhtlicue Picture

An interpretation of Chalchiuhtlicue, "She of the Jade Skirt", is the goddess of oceans, rivers and any other running water, and also the wife of Tlaloc the Rain God, and mother of Tecciztecatl, the Moon god. This illustration of mine has been used for a card game project.

Chalchiuhtlicue was the ruler over the previous Fourth Sun (Nahui-Atl). This world was destroyed by a flooding.

In the tonalpohualli, Chalchiuhtlicue is the protector of both the fifth day, Coatl (snake), and the fifth trecena,1-Acatl (reed). Chalchiuhtlicue is Lord of the Day for days with number 3 ("yei" in Nahuatl). She is the sixth Lord of the Night.
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