Goddess Coatlicue, digital e-manual pdf: For grief, comfort and care, Patron of woman who die in chldbirth
Channeled by Lee "Golden Eagle" Newman
Aztec Great Goddess of life, death and rebirth. Coatlique ("SKIRT OF SNAKES) wears a skirt of braided snakes and secured by another snake and a necklace of skulls. The earth mother of the Aztecs, Coatlicue is depicted in a fearsome The Aztec goddess of earth and fire, and mother of the gods and mother of the stars of the southern sky, she gave birth to the moon and stars. She is patron of women who die in childbirth. .
The story goes that Coatlicue was impregnated by an obsidian knife and gave birth to Coyolxauhqui, goddess of the moon, and to 400 sons, who became the stars of the southern sky. Later, a ball of feathers fell from the sky which, upon Coatlicue finding it and placing it in her waistband, caused her to become pregnant again. Coyolxauhqui and her brothers turned against their mother, whose unusual pregnancy shocked and outraged them, the origin being unknown. However, the child inside Coatlique, Huitzilopochtli, the god of war and the sun god, sprang from his mother's womb, fully-grown and armored. He attacked Coyolxauhqui, killing her with the aid of a fire serpent. Cutting off her head, he flung it into the sky, where it became the moon. That was act was supposed to comfort Coatlicue instead it made her grieve and you can go to her in your grief. Unlike Cerridwen who embraces rebirth Coatlicue, on the other hand, mourns and grieves with you allowing you to express your grief.
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