Morning Star

Central American - In Aztec lore, the morning. Star was personified as Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli, an aspect of Quetzalcoatl. In some references, referred to as Morning Star, Apisuahts, Apisuahts, Apisirahts, Morning Star or Scarface.
Central American - A deity of the Cora tribe in Mexico. He is said to have shot the sun because it was too hot at noon and is depicted as a young man armed with a bow and arrows. Sometimes identified as Morning Star, Apisuahts, Apisuahts, Apisirahts, Morning Star or Scarface.

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