Pagan Prayers to the Storm god [Aztec Mythology]

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Hymn to Tlaloc Prayer by


While searching for answers, I found a series of Pagan Prayers to an unknown god. I will work through this series of prayers to lift the veil upon the core beliefs of our ancient ancestors.

There appear to be two tales woven, and as the series progresses, this fact will become more evident. The Pagan Prayers are short, but they give us great insight into their souls, as they ask God for simple things like comfort, food and happiness.

Tlaloc in Aztec style depiction in green and red.
The Aztec Storm god Tlaloc

What did the Prayer become?

The Prayer today is for an unknown god. Still, after a little digging, I discovered it became the worship for Tlaloc, the storm god, one of the most ancient Mexican gods.

Of course, there is a twist waiting within the documentary I created for you; we find Tlaloc was specifically Aztec but later connected to the Plummed Feathered Serpent Quetzalcoatl of Teotihuacan. Enjoy!

The Fallen One

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