We find a like conception in the Aztec wind-god Tezcatlipoca, who was looked upon as the primary source of existence.
So Tezcatlipoca entered, and he said to the sick god-king, How art thou?
Tezcatlipoca went in unto her, and she was healed from that hour.
This was Tezcatlipoca, whose name signifies 'Shining Mirror.'
Tezcatlipoca is a god with considerable pretensions to an abstract and lofty divinity.
It is still the implacable Tezcatlipoca who pursues and finally conquers him.
The Aztec devotee picked up a pinch of clay in the temple of Tezcatlipoca and ate it with the greatest reverence.
Tezcatlipoca withdrew to concoct another scheme of disgrace.
Then Tezcatlipoca wrought another evil upon the Toltecs: he rained down stones upon them.
Tezcatlipoca was not the blood-brother of the war-god of the Aztecs, but his brother in so far as he was connected with the sun.