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  • A fat toad-monster demoness from Aztec mythology. Known as "Queen of the Earth," she is always hungry and demands fresh flesh at all times. Her appetite is so insatiable that one mouth isn't enough — she has slavering mouths all over her body. (From

    August 13, 2008

  • Synchronized mouth-slavering!

    August 14, 2008

  • Whilst plotting the creation of the new world, Tezcatlipoca and Quetzalcoatl clapped eyes on Tlaltecuhtli and were horrified. They had to get rid of her so they decided to kill two birds with one stone. Taking the form of serpents the creator Gods ripped her in half, then used one bit to form the earth and slung the other bit into the sky to form the heavens.

    Obviously this made Tlaltecuhtli slightly irate even though they decorated her earthly half with pretty shrubs and forna.

    She now demands a constant supply of human flesh to feed the many mouths that her entire body is covered with. While this sounds a little greedy at least while she's chewing she isn't whining about her great sacrifice for the good of mankind.

    (From Gods Laid Bare)

    September 3, 2008