Indeed, you are 63% erudite, 46% sensual, 63% martial, and 88% saturnine.
All right, I'll be honest. The Aztec God of the Dead had an awfully long name, not quite as intimidating as the names of his equivalents, Hades (Greek mythology) or Pluto (Roman mythology). Still Mictlantecuhtli was the Lord of Mictlan, the lowest layer of the Aztec Underworld, and looked the part.
He took the form of a bloody skeleton, but basically he was a fairly nice guy who extended kind hospitality to the newly dead souls that ventured into his necropolis kingdom. However, he could get somewhat adamantine if you tried to steal one or more of his ?guests?, as Tezcatlipoca and Quetzalcoatl could tell you.
After restoring the sky and earth, these two Gods decided to create people to inhabit the new world. In order to do this, Quetzalcoatl had to travel to the Underworld to retrieve the human bones of the last creation. On his way back to the surface, he fell into a deep pit, dug by Michlantechutli?s minions, who were ordered not to let him get away with their master?s most precious possessions. The bones were broken and scattered, which is, in Aztec mythology, the reason why people are different sizes today.
Michlantechutli?s symbolic animals are the spider, the owl, and the bat.
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