Central American - An Aztec heaven, lowest of 3, the home of Tlaloc and reserved for those drowned or killed by storms. Some say that this was the realm that provided a measure of happiness for the souls of the dead who spent their time eating, playing games and singing. After four years, they were reborn, allowing the poss-ibility of improved status giving access to a higher heaven later on. Also called Tlalocan, Ilhuicatl Xoxouhcan, Ilhuicatl Xoxouhcan, Chamecaciuatl or Chamecaciuatl.

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