Ehecatl (Wind God) symbol

Symbol Ehecatl (Wind God)
Origin Aztec
Meaning Wind, breath of life
Appearance Deity often depicted as a feathered serpent
Colors Typically depicted in shades of blue
Usage Associated with the wind and the breath of life
History Symbolizes the life-giving and ever-present force of the wind
Popularity Low
Importance Represents the elemental force of wind and life breath
Complexity Breath of life, elemental force, wind
Emotions Life force, breath of life, freedom

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