Who Is Goddess Chihuacoatl?


Chihuacoatl, also known as Cihuacoatl is the Goddess of childbirth in Aztec mythology. 

Chihucoatl is the patroness of Aztec matrons and is often depicted as a large snake. 

She is in charge of labor, birth, midwives, and mothers who have died during childbirth. 

Chihucoatl, whose name means "Snake Woman," is revered as an Earth Mother. 

Her scream indicated a period of conflict or sorrow, and she assisted in the creation of the human race. 

Chihucoatl is portrayed as a youthful lady or a skeleton-faced hag.