The Gods of Mexico
The Gods of the Sun, Moon, and Stars
 
Tonatiuh - the Sun God.
Ruler of the Sun and of the House of the Sun, Tonatiuhchan. Before the Fifth Sun was created, when there was no sun, he was Nanahuatzin, the "Scabby God." His sacrifice by fire created the current sun. He is also known as Piltzintecuhtli, the "Young Prince."
[Tonatiuh]
  Tonatiuh
 
Tecciztecatl - the Moon God.
Also known as Metzli, the Lunar God. In the story of the birth of the Fifth Sun, Tecciztecatl was the "Rich God" who feared sacrificing himself and therefore lost his chance to be the new Sun.
[Tecciztecatl]
  Tecciztecatl
 
Tlazolteotl - Goddess of the Moon, Goddess of Lust.
Tlazolteotl has many functions and presents many faces. As Ixcuina, the Fourfold Goddess, she represents the four phases of the moon: The New Moon, the Young Girl-child; the ascending half-moon, the Nubile Maiden; the Full Moon, the Mother; the descending half-moon, the Crone. She is sometimes called Teteo Innan, "Mother of the Gods," and Toci, "Our grandmother," since the maize-god Centeotl is her son. She is also the Goddess of Lust - to her the young women who lived in the Warrior's School, the Telpuchcalli, and whose role was to keep the warriors satisfied sexually, were dedicated - and the ultimate witch, the patroness of the sorcerer; she sometimes rides a broom. She is also the Filth-Eater, able to consume man's sins and dispose of them. She is all women in one, the woman-warrior and the passionate lover, the crone. Crossroads are sacred to her. Some would disagree, but I think she is the same as Coyolxauhqui, the Moon-Goddess defeated by Huitzilopochtli in Mexica lore.
[Tlazolteotl]
[Tlazolteotl]
  Tlazolteotl
 
Coyolxauhqui - the Moon God.
"She With Bells on Her Cheeks," Moon-Goddess, sister of, defeated by and dismembered by Huitzilopochtli, daughter of Coatlicue.
[Coyolxauhqui]
  Coyolxauhqui
 
Quetzalcoatl - The Plumed Serpent, Lord of the Air.
Quetzalcoatl is the giver of life, the giver of knowledge. When a child is born, it is Quetzalcoatl who gives him or her the first breath. He is the patrons of priests and men of knowledge; he teaches the method of sacrifice though he finds it abhorrent. As Ehecatl he is the Lord of the Wind, of the Hurricane; as Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli he is the Lord of the Morning Star, bringer of the Dawn.
[Tlahuizalpantecuhtli]
  Tlahuizalpantecuhtli
 
Tezcatlipoca - The Smoking Mirror, Lord of the Night Sky.
Quetzalcoatl's ancient enemy; the tension between them maintains Ollin, it keeps the world moving. The ruler of the North, Tezcatlipoca is a God of War, a God of Sacrifice, a God of Fate; he is also known as Yaotl (The Enemy), as Titlacuan (He Whose Slaves We Are), and as Chalchihuitotlin (Jade Fowl). As Yohualli Ehecatl he is the Spirit of the Night Wind, as Itzli he is the Spirit of the Knife, as Itzlacoliuhqui he is the Lord of Snow and Ice.
[Itzli]
  Itzli
 
The Centzon Huitznahuac and the Centzon Mimixcoa
The "400 Northerners" and the "400 Southerners." The gods of the stars in the skies. "400" always means "innumerable." Unless, of course, it means 399+1.
 
   
 
Tzitzimitl
Goddess of peace, goddess of entropy. Tzitzimitl and her minions (the Tzizimeme) were feared demons, said to come from "beyond the stars." They once wreaked havoc on mankind, but were defeated by the gods and are held in check by Tlazolteotl's spells. Tzitzimitl is the only Mesoamerican diety without any sort of beneficent aspect. As the patron of peace (entropy), she prevents ollin movement, and this can only occur with univesal death.
[Tzitzimitl]
  Tzitzimitl