Ehecatl

In Aztec mythology, Ehecatl was the god of wind. He fell in love with a beautiful mortal maiden called Mayahuel who he caught up in his embrace, laid her on the ground and made love to her. Unfortunately, making love to a god was too much for Mayahuel who subsequently died as a result.
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Ehecatl

Ehecatl (eʔˈeːkatɬ) is a pre-Columbian deity associated with the wind, who features in Aztec mythology and the mythologies of other cultures from the central Mexico region of Mesoamerica. He is most usually interpreted as the aspect of the Feathered Serpent deity (Quetzalcoatl in Aztec and other Nahua cultures) as a god of wind, and is therefo...
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