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  • I wait for the next trendy cult, or seek grace in the presence of Xochipilli, the Aztec god of song, dance, queers, male prostitutes, and psychedelic plants.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • I wait for the next trendy cult, or seek grace in the presence of Xochipilli, the Aztec god of song, dance, queers, male prostitutes, and psychedelic plants.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • I wait for the next trendy cult, or seek grace in the presence of Xochipilli, the Aztec god of song, dance, queers, male prostitutes, and psychedelic plants.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • Xochipilli, “Flower Prince”, the god of positive creative energies, was associated with flowers, dancing and feasting.

    Mexico - flowers and flower art

  • Xochipilli - Flower Prince; god of flowers and plants

    Aztec Calendar

  • Xochipilli - Flower Prince; god of flowers and plants

    Aztec Calendar

  • Xochipilli, “Flower Prince”, the god of positive creative energies, was associated with flowers, dancing and feasting.

    Mexico - flowers and flower art

  • Tlaloc, the rain god, Ome Acatl, the patron of banquets, and Xochipilli, the god of youth, poetry and flowers, were all honored with amaranth likenesses.

    Mexico's Grain Of The Gods: Cooking With Amaranth

  • Tlaloc, the rain god, Ome Acatl, the patron of banquets, and Xochipilli, the god of youth, poetry and flowers, were all honored with amaranth likenesses.

    Mexico's Grain Of The Gods: Cooking With Amaranth

  • Also on view is a compelling offering to the Xochipilli-Macuilxochiti, patron god of music and dance: dozens of miniature musical instruments rendered in ceramic, found during construction of a drainage system in the late 1970s.

    Museums: Aztecs Take Manhattan

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  • Aztec god of art. The name combines xochitl ("flower") and pilli (either "prince" or "child"), and hence means "flower prince".(or flower child)

    October 3, 2010